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Introducing Our 2014 Healthy Holiday eCookbook!

Elle Penner, MPH, RD
by Elle Penner, MPH, RD
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Introducing Our 2014 Healthy Holiday eCookbook!

Click HERE to download your own copy of our free holiday eCookbook, today!

Just hit “Click to read” and then the “Share” or “Download” buttons.

With the hustle and bustle of the holidays (almost) upon us, we want to make cooking easier and help take the work out of logging your meals. This healthy holiday handbook, filled with 30 party-perfect Log It Now recipes and a sprinkling of tips to help keep you on track, is our gift to you this season.

These reader-favorite holiday recipes from our friends at Cooking Light are both easy to navigate (just skim each recipe’s blueprint before starting) and can be added to your food diary with the click of a button. Hitting the Log It button beneath each image will enable you to easily save it into your food diary for the day or add it to your recipe box for later. As you’ll see, this new feature is usable sitewide at MyRecipes, which offers thousands of recipes from great publications like Cooking Light, Real Simple, Food & Wine, Health and more.

We hope you enjoy this healthy holiday handbook and our new Log It button!

About the Author

Elle Penner, MPH, RD
Elle Penner, MPH, RD

Elle is a nutrition and wellness writer, recipe developer, blogger and nutrition consultant whose favorite things include her camera, carbs and quality time with her toddler. For more from this busy mama, check out Elle’s lifestyle blog or connect with her on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.


4 responses to “Introducing Our 2014 Healthy Holiday eCookbook!”

  1. Avatar Patti Banda says:

    If I am allowed 1200 calories a day to lose 2 lbs a week, does this include exercise or is my metabolic rate for my weight factor in?

    • Avatar Percy2009 says:

      This is a Standard recommended intake for weight reduction in an averagely active person. If you are highly active you could increase allowance slightly. If you are totally inactive – you need to include moderate exercise aswell as the intake reduction.

  2. Avatar Sam says:

    Thank you for the ecookbook. I saw some recipe that I am using for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner.

  3. Avatar rad says:

    I made the apple cider from this book. Trust me on this, it’s the best you ll ever have. Add lots of orange juice if your like that tangy twist to your cider

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