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Healthy recipes for New Year's Eve eating

Published in For the Health of It, Recipes Author: Ally Doerfler, RD, LD

Registered Dietitian
CentraCare Clinic — Health Plaza Pediatrics

Most people wait until after New Year’s to dedicate themselves to a becoming a healthier you. But there’s no reason that you can’t start healthy habits before then.

On Jan. 1, don't feel as bad about what you ate on Dec. 31. Review the following healthy recipe ideas for New Year’s Eve. Each of them have been taken from our complete list of healthy recipes at All of the recipes we feature have been reviewed by a registered dietitian to make sure they follow Heart Healthy Guidelines. To qualify, they need to be low in saturated fat, sodium and contain no trans fat or partially hydrogenated fats.

Don’t forget to watch your serving sizes, stay hydrated and to enjoy the holiday responsibly. Happy 2019!