Eat Healthy this Winter

Last Updated December 07, 2017
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These recipes and tips from Paulette Lambert, director of nutrition at the California Health and Longevity Institute at the Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village, will help get you started.

Winter menus veer toward the comfort-food specialties that are the equivalent to adding sunshine to a cloudy day. Meaning they’re heavier—not necessarily healthier—meals that make you feel all warm inside. Think creamy mac & cheese and cheesy lasagna. Winter is also the time of new beginnings. So as we’re still getting used to writing “2018” on everything, this issue’s Tastes Like Winter is a resolution to eat healthfully. These recipes and tips will help get you started.

8 Great Tips for Eating Healthy this Winter

1 VEGGIES. Incorporate vegetables in dishes wherever you can. It’s the most important health change you can make for 2018! For example, mix...

Carrot and Apple Bran Muffins

With warm wintery spices and chunks of sweet apple, these 185-calorie muffins are part of a perfect breakfast. Oat bran is a fiber that is effective in lowering cholesterol and slowing down blood-...

Buddha Bowl

We love eating out of one bowl, and this versatile Thai-inspired Buddha Bowl has everything for an easy, complete meal. Mixing red quinoa with the brown rice adds more texture and fiber. Using a...
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