Thanksgiving is just around the corner – and of course, it’s the time for family, friends – and food – with, let’s face it, MANY people thinking of the last item on the list FIRST. Maybe this year it’s time to enjoy that holiday meal to its fullest without the after effects of feeling wiped out for the next couple of days.
WEIS Radio’s Morning Show Host Jerry Baker recently spoke with the Floyd Medical Center Public Information Director Dan Bevels, and Nutrition Systems Director, Sue Brown – about some tips for holiday dining, specifically, Thanksgiving:
It’s a common-sense approach that’s so simple its often overlooked. Also, when choosing a snack before the big meal, choose wisely – going with healthy appetizers in small amounts can make a big difference.
And, as a host be considerate of the health requirements of your guests:
Other topics included re-thinking desserts by offering sugar-free or low-calorie options and unsweetened drinks. In this time of COVID-era and other health concerns consider limiting the number of guests at your gathering this year and provide hand sanitizer – those are just a few of the things covered during that conversation.
To hear that interview in its entirety click on the link provided