With record snowfalls, brutally cold temperatures and a flu season that won’t quit, there’s no shortage on reasons to be craving a bit of comfort food this winter. Indulging your desire for comfort food can bring a lot of guilt, especially as the winter drags on and your choices and reduced options for exercising start to stack. These recipes are designed to bring more nutrition to variations on popular comfort foods without losing any of the flavor to help you meet your comfort food craving without losing sight of your nutrition goals.
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Allison Stowell is, among other things, a registered dietitian and mom with a commitment to helping others learn to eat nutritiously. Drawing from her work training and consulting individuals and food professionals, Allison offers her expert advice on the Guiding Stars blog.
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