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A few simple swaps mean you can enjoy the flavors of fall without overdoing it in the calorie department. Here’s how: READ MORE > 10 HEALTHY SWAPS. So, to get the best versions of our favorite classic staples, we’ve rounded up these 5 smart swaps for healthier Fall recipes! Mashed Potatoes | Cauliflower Parsnip Mash Lighten up the standard side of butter + sodium-filled mashed potatoes with one of our classic healthier Fall recipes with a twist on tradition: a creamy, savory cauliflower parsnip mash!5 Diabetes-Friendly Comfort Food Swaps for Fall 1. Swap Hot Oatmeal for Ancient Grains Hot cereal is a perfect way to warm up a chilly morning.

While steel-cut oatmeal 2. Swap Mashed Potatoes for Sweet Potatoes Mashed potatoes are one of the ultimate comfort foods, but white potatoes can 3. 5 Healthy Swaps That Aren’t So Healthy. I often tell my clients that healthy living isn’t all or nothing. Sometimes making one or two healthy swaps can be what you to help you leap into a new lifestyle.

Like choosing a salad dressing with less sugar. Or going to bed 30 minutes earlier to get more sleep. To get the best of both worlds, we asked Alexandra Miller, RDN and LDN Corporate Dietician at Medifast, to help us figure out the best healthy, lightened up swaps for classic staples of the holiday. By Laura Schwecherl for Greatist.

Whole grains for white, quality for quantity, Wii Fit for Mario Kart—just one smart swap can pave the way to a healthier and happier life. Two handfuls of nuts are heart-healthy but calorie-heavy. Downsize the 2 handfuls of nuts to 1 (about 3⁄4 oz.), and add a handful of air-popped popcorn and whole-grain cereal, such as. Instead of making tuna, chicken, or egg salad with full-fat mayo, mash in some avocado for a heart-healthy spin on your favorite classics.

One serving of avocado (about 1/5 of a medium avocado) contains only 50 calories, so it’s definitely a smart swap if. Blogger Maris Callahan shares hearty fall pasta recipes with CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot. 5 Healthy Baking Swaps You Need to Try 5 Healthy Baking Swaps You Need to Try These better-for-you ingredient substitutions add nutrients and enhance flavor and texture, too.

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I thought that beets and pears would go well together, since both reach the peak of their season around the same time.

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Winter produce consists of hardy vegetables such as brussels sprouts, cabbage, endive, escarole, leeks, kale, collard greens, parsnips, turnips, yams, rutabagas, and potatoes.

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Fall oats and some winter oats seeded early in February were up to good stands.

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The combination of winter squashes, carrots, and apples is a classic fall combination.

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Winter salad Mix together grated vegetables suchas broccoli, carrot, red cabbage, white cabbage, Japanese radish (mooli), red onion, and turnip – whatever needs using up – and moisten with lemon juice and a little low­fat mayonnaise for a deliciously healthy coleslaw.

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For example, in late November, apples, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots and potatoes may be plentiful in Oregon, while apples, bell peppers, cabbage, cucumbers, greens, pecans, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, Vidalia onions, yellow squash and zucchini are available in Georgia.

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Winter pastures have little value as a stimulus to growth in young stock, but will provide reasonable roughage to complement cereal-based concentrates.

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Good choices include annual rye, buckwheat, clover, winter barley, and winter rye.

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While winter salad consists of pickled cucumber, tomatoes, radish, cabbage and onion.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • There is an alternative to flour. I find that making pancakes with coconut, almond flour just wasn’t my cup of tea. but I heard of natural foods tapioca flour by now. It’s keto-friendly, you can add fruits instead of syrup.

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