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Healthy Holiday Eating: You CAN Do It

From the Show: Eat Right Radio
Summary: Just because it's the holidays doesn't mean you have to put on all those extra pounds.
Air Date: 11/11/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Jessica Crandall, RDN
Crandall Jessica 0699webJessica Crandall is the General Manager at Denver Wellness and Nutrition Center-Sodexo, where she manages a team of registered dietitian nutritionists who focus on fulfilling the diverse nutritional needs of the community. She visits doctors’ offices to provide nutritional services as well as hospital-based outpatient programs, assisting in program development for nutritional counseling services. Crandall provides nutritional counseling in weight management, sports nutrition, diabetes prevention and management, cardiac diet modification, family meal times and working with children with special nutritional needs. Crandall also provides worksite wellness presentations and is a certified diabetes educator and an AFAA-certified group fitness instructor. She was named the 2009 Colorado Dietitian of the Year; was president-elect of the Colorado Dietetic Association in 2009 and president of the association in 2010. Crandall is a graduate of Colorado State University and completed postgraduate work at the State University of New York at Oneonta.
Healthy Holiday Eating: You CAN Do It
Most Americans gain one pound per year and don’t lose it, which adds up over a decade.

Just because it's the holidays doesn't mean you have to put on all those extra pounds.

There are healthy habits that you can engage in to help keep your weight in check. A few simple changes can really make a difference.

You can start by bringing healthy options to holiday parties, watch your portions, and make time for activity.

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Academy Spokesperson, Jessica Crandall, shares ways you can keep those extra pounds away during the holidays season.