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Food + Nutrition
black quinoa porridge

If you happened to have indulged this past weekend or know you will be faced with a barrage of holiday eating challenges, use this clean and nourishing protein-rich breakfast to get back on track. Quinoa, warm spices, maple syrup, and fresh fruit make this a clean and delicious wintertime recipe worth waking up for. 

butternut squash + onion jam toast

Even the best intentioned individuals, like myself, tend to overdo it on Thanksgiving. In case you did, use today to get back on track. Head out for a power walk or a run or sign up for your favorite workout class. Give away the desserts and not so healthy sides, and hang tight to the veggies that you can repurpose and enjoy heathfully over the next few days. 

six ways registered dietitians keep it clean (and indulge) on thanksgiving

Over the past few years I have discussed how to have a healthy and a happy Thanksgiving without the guilt or the need to go up a pant size. This year I recruited some of my favorite NYC - based Registered Dietitians to offer their recommendations on how they keep it clean and consciously indulge on Thanksgiving.