13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Many people think of the holiday season as something to survive, while others look at it as a fun time to be cherished with family and friends.Lifestyle and entertainment expert Josh McBride gives some holiday survival tips to help people make the most of their holiday experience.
She’s the winner of Food Network’s “Holiday Baking Champion,” and now Chef Maeve Rochford Schultz is showing us some delicious and easy holiday baking recipes, as well as sharing some great professional tips and tricks to help home bakers take their holiday treats to the next level!Currently, Chef Maeve is partnering with Finlandia Imported Butter, the premium butter brand recognized for its superior taste and quality.
The holidays present a full season of temptation for anyone, let alone someone managing diabetes.Asghar Naqvi, primary care physician at Ochsner Health Center – Zachary, offers nine tips for a healthy holiday season while still enjoying delicious holiday food favorites.
If you’re overwhelmed with lots on your plate, here are six tips to beat holiday stress (ironically, using an acronym of STRESS).Science also shows that when you’re sleep deprived, you tend to have higher levels of the appetite-stimulating hormone, ghrelin, likely leading to a case of next-day munchies.
But come holiday time, that ratio tends to change, particularly if you’re baking cookies or other sweets in batches for an exchange or to give to friends and family.Visit Consumer Reports’ 2017 Holiday Gift Guide for updates on deals, expert product reviews, insider tips on shopping, and much more.
The Kane County Health Department offers the following food safety tips to help ensure your holiday meals are prepared in a safe manner.Beef, pork, veal and lamb roast, steak and chops) should be cooked to 145 degrees F, with a 3-minute "rest time" after removal from the heat source.
There is no one formula that fits everyone’s health goals, he says.“It’s easy and cost effective for people to track data and set realistic goals,” says Frick.
Sarah Baker, CHPS health promotion coordinator, has some tips to help avoid overeating and gaining extra pounds.She recommends that individuals be aware of their triggers – identify what food items make them eat more of and try the following:
– Eat a small, healthy snack before arriving to a party.