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Rebecca GantsSenior Information Specialist, West Central RegionUniversity of Missouri Cooperative Media GroupPhone: 816-812-2534Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Published: Friday, Nov. 14, 2008
Karen Elliott, 816-482-5850
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. - You can eat healthier this holiday season if you make a few simple changes to recipes, said a University of Missouri Extension nutrition specialist.
"You can still enjoy your favorite holiday foods while providing your family with healthier and more nutritious alternatives," said Karen Elliott, who suggests 10 ways to reduce sugar, fat and salt in recipes:
Elliott also offers a few tips to avoid overeating during holiday gatherings:
"Rather than making food the priority during the holidays, focus on socializing with family members and friends," Elliott said.
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