The Holidays Don't Have to be A Deal Breaker for Healthy Eating.

The holidays don't have to be a deal breaker for healthy eating.
A group of dietitians at the university of Texas southwestern medical center say there's hope for eating healthy.
If you're having a party, put a large salad bowl with colorful vegetables at the beginning of the buffet line.
This will let your guests munch on a high fiber, low calorie appetizer.
Substituting broth instead of butter, to sauté, saves 104 calories per teaspoon!
Other good substitutions are non fat yogurt, instead of cream or mayonnaise, skim milk instead of whole milk, and Splenda instead of sugar for baking.