Local dietitian trains healthy holiday dietary patterns

Michelle Gautreaux may persuade people the holidays don’t need to be washed with butter to be tasty.

One of her preferred holiday dishes is the sweet potato casserole. Also, truly, despite everything, it sounds delightful when people hold the sticks of butter, cups of brown sugar and blankets of marshmallow topping.

“Use Stevia instead of sugar to sweeten it, walnuts for toppings, which are healthy,” Gautreaux said. “The sweet potatoes are full of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and they are very good for you.”

The registered dietitian is the proprietor of healthy meal prep and delivery service Real Meals Delivered, 606 Commerce Drive in Panama City Beach. Gautreaux said good dieting is tied in with knowing people’s alternatives and making the correct decisions.

“The best thing is to make a point to consistently have the sound sides accessible, various vegetables, and cut back on the fat,” she said. What’s more, “Be aware of those extras,” for example, sugar and different items that can be substituted for something more healthier.

“Drinking a lot of water and getting enough rest helps keep you from overdoing it,” she added.

Like a great many people, she said, her customers want to eat healthily. In giving balanced and portioned meals, likewise, delivery service, adopting the lifestyle becomes simpler.

“The food is flavorful and tastes good and they find the meals delicious,” she added. “So they don’t have a hard time trying to stick with it,” including during the holiday season.

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