Have a Healthy Holiday!
Whether you're decking the halls, wrapping up gifts, or preparing to host the family meal, the holidays can be a time of great joy — and great stress. ‘Tis the season to take care of your health and to enjoy all that the holidays have to offer.
10 Last-Minute Health Gifts
Take a look at 10 gift ideas sure to keep any recipient both healthy and happy for a long time to come!
There's something almost magical about loading up a slow cooker, walking away, and coming back hours later to a perfectly cooked, piping hot meal. This collection of delicious recipes should keep you slow cooking all winter.
The Holiday Grab Bag
'Tis the season to take care of your health and to enjoy all that the holidays have to offer. Dive into the dLife Holiday Grab Bag and test your holiday know-how!
Top 8 Holiday FAQs
We've culled eight of the top questions and quandaries we've gotten over the years, and we have answers for you. Listen up, and then ,... hang on for the ride!
Tips for a Stress Free Holiday
If the holidays are a tough time in your household, check out these great ways to have a stress-free holiday as you usher in a new year!
Low Carb Holiday Desserts
These 8 low carb holiday treats are sure to be a hit!
Cook up a healthy holiday by checking out the best of the season with our Holiday Recipe Box
13 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain
Adults and children alike can enjoy the wonderful foods of the holiday season as long as they do so in moderation. Get 13 tips for avoiding weight gain during the holiday season.
Diabetes Gift Guide
If you are looking to give someone with diabetes the gift of encouragement and good health, here are some ideas to help get you started.
Holiday Season Prep Quiz
dLife columnist Amy Tenderich schools you on how to handle the holiday season.
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