Stress-Free Strategies for Eating Healthy this Holiday Season

It’s never too early to start planning for the holidays. From Christmas straight on through New Year’s you’ll be spending countless hours cooking, hosting, gift shopping and let’s not forget all the holiday parties you’ll be attending! With all the hustle and bustle who has the time to be healthy?

Taking the time and effort to be healthy can be a laborious choice but it doesn’t have to be. Why wait until the New Year to start your healthy living resolution? There is no better time than NOW!  Let Carolyn O’Neil show you how to navigate a healthy holiday season without feeling miserable. From simple strategies to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle, to easy-to-prepare wholesome meals- healthy holidays has never been this easy!


Noted nutrition expert, award winning food journalist and television personality CAROLYN O’NEIL, MS, RD is a registered dietitian and award-winning author and journalist who reported on food and travel at CNN for nearly 20 years. As a journalist specializing in food and nutrition, Carolyn is a contributor and called upon as a nutrition expert for quotes in many national magazines including Self, Shape, Cooking Light, Redbook, Family Circle and WebMD Magazine and she writes a weekly column for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Healthy Eating Out”, contributes to WebMD as a nutrition expert and famously appears on the Food Network as “The Lady of the Refrigerator” a recurring nutrition expert on Alton Brown’s hit Food Network program Good Eats.

Her blog, featuring posts on food, nutrition, travel and healthy lifestyle is ONeil on Eating.  The American Heart Association, The Institute of Food Technologists, The American Dietetic Association and The National Restaurant Association have presented O’Neil with awards for food and nutrition education. Carolyn O’Neil has a master’s degree in Nutrition with a specialization in Communication from Boston University and an undergraduate degree in Foods and Nutrition with a minor in English from Florida State University. She completed her Dietetic Internship at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital, San Diego. Carolyn is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

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