Healthy Holidays: Total Health Entertaining All Year Round

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Overview

Holidays can be healthy!

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is tough enough, but when special occasions roll around most people throw up their hands and dive into the Super Bowl snacks, Fourth of July hot dogs, Halloween treats, and New Year’s champagne — knowing they'll regret it later. In Healthy Holidays, actress and healthy living expert Marilu Henner offers another choice. Here Marilu shows us how easy and fun it is to prepare healthy meals for family and friends for special occasions and holidays year-round.

As in her other bestselling health books, Marilu throws out the red meat, dairy, and refined sugar and fills the kitchen with the freshest fruits, vegetables, grains, soy, seafood, poultry, and "legal" sugars. But denying ourselves is not on the agenda:

  • Start the year right with delicious New Year's Day recipes, such as Asian Grilled Salmon and Sautéed Asparagus with Shallots — and pamper your guests with a spa party.
  • Enjoy a romantic Valentine's Day with Honey-Baked Chicken, Warm Wild Mushroom Salad — and Cupid's Chocolate Cake, made with healthy sugars to keep you in the mood.
  • For a delicious Fourth of July picnic, pack some of these treats: Sugar Snap Pea and Cucumber Salad, Curried Tuna Salad, and Blueberry Cobbler with a Cornmeal Crust.
  • Prepare a mouthwatering feast for Thanksgiving that gives a healthy start for the holiday season — including Roast Turkey, Henner Holiday Dressing, Pecan Sweet Potatoes, and Pilgrim Pumpkin Pie.

Along with hundreds of healthy recipes Healthy Holidays offers dozens of creative twists on our favorite celebrations:

  • For exercise on Saint Patrick's Day — learn Irish step dancing!
  • Act out a juicy scene with your partner for the Academy Awards.
  • Throw a grab-bag Halloween party, and laugh as your husband ends up as Little Bo Peep.
  • Explore the eight traditional themes of Hanukkah as an opportunity to incorporate healthy habits that could change your life.
  • Learn the three habits that will keep your Christmas healthy — and fill out the Henner Family Christmas Survey with your family!

Healthy Holidays is your complete holiday planning resource for great celebrations the healthy way.

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According to health-minded Marilu Henner, the holiday pig-out is passé. Contending that overdoses of Fourth of July hot dogs, Super Bowl snacks, and Thanksgiving feasts are killing us, Henner takes the dietary high road, presenting healthy holiday meals that cover all the bases, from New Year's Day to Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, and Christmas. In addition to recipes, she offers event and holiday information for dozens of year-round festivities.
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Henner is on a health kick, and with this holiday cookbook she expands on the philosophy of books like her 30 Day Total Health Makeover. Covering holidays and traditions from Passover to Earth Day, Cinco de Mayo, Chinese New Year and Bastille Day, each chapter has reminiscences or historical tidbits, plus recipes, drinks, toasts and party suggestions. For Mother's Day and Father's Day, Henner suggests Wild Mushroom Stew and Snapper in Parchment for dinner and creating a "videotaped tribute" to parents for an activity; on Super Bowl Sunday, a homemade, easy Onion Dip with soy cream cheese replaces preservative-laden pre-made dips. Cooks can say goodbye to the fatty Thanksgivings of yesteryear with a Pilgrim Pumpkin Pie made with soy cream. The introduction outlines Henner's diet, which eliminates red meat, pork and dairy and replaces refined white sugar with a variety of sweeteners such as honey or Sucanat. Her rules of food combining will put off some readers ("Do not eat proteins and starches together"), but the recipes themselves, with short lists of easily accessible ingredients, aren't at all intimidating-Luck of the Irish Stew for St. Patrick's Day and Passover Carrot Ring can be cooked any time of the year. Henner's tome may be too chatty for some, but her enthusiasm for both health and the holidays make this a handy guide to year-round smart eating. (Nov.) Copyright 2003 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780060393632
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 11/28/2002
  • Edition description: 1ST
  • Pages: 400
  • Product dimensions: 7.37 (w) x 9.12 (h) x 1.34 (d)

First Chapter

Introduction

Healthy Holidays.

It sounds like an oxymoron, right? It's right up there with jumbo shrimp, slumber party, and working vacation. It's kind of like saying "disciplined indulgence." I was telling a friend of mine recently that I was writing a book called Healthy Holidays, and he said, "Healthy holidays? Is that even possible?" Well I'm here to tell you that not only is it possible, it's guaranteed if you follow just a few simple rules. After reading this book and enjoying a few healthy holidays of your own, I'm sure you will agree that making your holidays healthy is the best way to enjoy them to their fullest.

I used to see every holiday as an opportunity to completely fall apart. And I actually looked forward to falling apart! I would even factor in recovery time, naturally building it into my year. I would plan for those days of indulgence and accept the consequences -- extra weight, puffy face, watery eyes, stuffy nose, headache, constipation, and bloating -- as though they were supposed to be a natural part of the celebration. (Not to mention a pimple or two within the following week!) To most of us, the essence of a holiday is indulgence. And it should be. But overindulgence is often the factor that ruins a holiday or party. The suffering usually outweighs the pleasure, not to mention how dangerous it is for our health.

The essence of a holiday is friends and family sharing and celebrating with a meat that usually involves some kind of guilty pleasure, a little naughty and perhaps a little unhealthy, but one that we look forward to because it isn't a part of our everyday routine. In fact, celebrating theholidays is a way of balancing our routine. We work forty-plus hours a week, and a holiday is a way of letting off steam and taking a break from that work. We have been working hard and have been mentally building toward a reward. Holidays are usually celebrated on a weekend, now that most of them have been moved to a convenient Monday, and the main objective is to gather with friends and family, eat a little more, play a little more, and drink a little more. In short: live a little more. Sometimes a lot more!

Now I don't want you to think that this is a book about avoiding those things we love during the holidays. It's not about being overly disciplined on holidays or at parties -- you won't be eating only raw food at your next Thanksgiving dinner. This book is about building a few simple corrective actions right into your holiday routine so that you won't gain weight or be sick, hung over, or forced to diet and detox for days or weeks after the holiday. You're going to build a few of the elements of detox and diet right into your day -- and barely notice it.

This is analogous to sound financial planning. If your overall goal is to be financially stable, it's best to budget and have a balanced and secure financial plan. If you overspend during the holidays and blow money carelessly on every vacation, you're likely to go into debt -- unless, of course, you are extremely wealthy. But you can never reach a point with your health that would be equivalent to a billionaire with his money. You can never be so healthy that it would be possible to eat and drink large quantities of junk and still be healthy and look great. And even though the most affluent people can afford reckless spending, I find it interesting that they usually tend to budget the most. It is one of the main reasons the wealthy stay wealthy. And that is the mentality I would like you to adopt regarding your health. I want you to stay healthy and still thoroughly enjoy the holidays -- in fact, you'll probably enjoy them more. And you won't need to recover for three days afterward.

People are always going to overdo it. It's human nature to want to contrast working hard with overindulging. But if you can embrace little ways to keep yourself from falling off the deep end, you will also teach your children some healthy habits in the process. Balanced eating during the holidays is a great message to send our kids. We teach them by showing a good example, which plants the seed in their heads that extreme eating habits are not a good idea. This is more important than ever today, when there is so much junk food in our children's environment compared to when we were growing up, and so many more opportunities for them to pick up bad habits.

When I was growing up, I would eagerly wait for the holiday season, starting with Halloween. I knew I was going to be sick the day after eating all that junk, but there was no way I was going to skip even one candy corn. And after Thanksgiving dinner, I knew I was going to be full and bloated and sick. It's not just an American tradition to be miserable after every holiday. It's the law! And we don't feet satisfied until we are completely stuffed. It is our goal to actually become the turkey.

I remember returning to school every January after Christmas vacation, even when I was as young as fourth grade, realizing "Oh my gosh, my uniform doesn't fit anymore." As a teenager I would always begin a serious diet every January. I know I'm not the only one who approached January this way. In fact, most people still do. The average person gains seven or eight pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day, and everyone, at one time or another, attempts to change his or her life beginning in January right after the big holiday sweep. These attempts are called New Year's resolutions.

If you're familiar with my books Marilu Henner's Total Health Makeover, The 30-Day Total Health Makeover, and Healthy Life Kitchen, you know that one of the most important elements I've strived for in developing the Total Health Makeover (or THM) lifestyle over the past twentythree years has been to find a way of eating that I could live with every day. So, of course, much of this lifestyle had to be flexible and forgiving, especially during the holidays. I have always been somewhat of a party girl, so it was important for me to find a way of getting through the holidays while still indulging and enjoying myself. To this day, I associate holidays with being a little naughty and eating and partying too much, but now I don't fall apart. And I enjoy the holidays now more than ever!

People always make fun of me for eating what they consider to be a strict diet. They can't believe I have the discipline to never eat meat, sugar, or dairy products. When I dine with friends for the first time, they will often apologize for ordering something that I would not eat myself. What they don't realize is that flavor-wise and satisfaction-wise my diet is identical to theirs. It's just healthier. My taste buds now prefer healthier, better food.

I threw a holiday party once for three hundred people. I carefully went over the THM guidelines with the caterer (no meat, no sugar, no dairy). It was an endless feast with many hors d'oeuvres, entrées, desserts -- everything devilish you can imagine. Because the food was so incredible, people said, "Wow, you really broke the rules tonight, didn't you?" They couldn't believe it when I told them that all the food fit within the THM guidelines, and that not one item was served that I would not eat myself. THM is simply a way to eat, enjoy, indulge, and not feel sick the next day.

Have you ever gotten into really great shape, just to fall apart? We get in shape to go on vacation, be someone's Valentine, see our relatives at Christmas, fit into that slinky Halloween costume or tight little black dress. We bust our butts and do whatever we must to get in perfect shape, and then blow it all in one night by going for everything we've been missing. It's all about the entrance. You want to look great for that moment when he, she, or they (whoever you've been dieting for) see you for the first time. Once that moment has passed, you relax and don't stop eating and drinking until the party or holiday is over. You may be thinking, "Oh, big deal! So I gain one or two or ten pounds over the holidays. That will only set me back a few days." Well, I think a few days five to ten times a year is a big deal! And it can be a serious setback for your health, your appearance, and your career. Even one overindulgent meal does measurable damage to our bodies, especially our arteries. This conclusion was reached after an extensive study conducted in Australia recently. After consuming just one meal high in animal fat, around fifty grams, the elasticity of a person's arterial walls and impeding blood flow drops by 27 percent. And this lasts for several hours.

It was a pattern for me every Christmas, when I first moved to New York and later Los Angeles, to get in great physical shape before I would go home to Chicago. It was important to me to show that I was doing well on my own in a new city, and I knew I would see old boyfriends, old friends, and my three sisters and two grown-up nieces (you know how female relatives can be). I would arrive and people would see me and say, "Wow! You've lost weight! How'd you do it this time?" After that initial presentation was over, it became my personal responsibility to eat my way through Chicago. And for those of you not familiar with that incredible city, Chicago is made for eating! The bottom line was I got in great shape so I would look good pigging out.

I was not the only one in my family who got in shape for Christmas. It was funny to observe how everyone worked their tight, hot clothes the first few days, but then the baggier stuff would quickly creep into everybody's wardrobe. By New Year's Day, everyone would be wearing big T-shirts, pajamas, robes, and sweatpants. I always had thin legs no matter how much I overindulged, so I could always wear short skirts or leggings, but my tops would get bigger and puffier as my waistline grew more undefined.

I would return to Los Angeles in January about twelve pounds heavier, but it was not a big deal to me at the time. A recovery period after every holiday was normal. I would always make sure that I had at least one week off from business and major social obligations, because I knew that when I got home, I'd be overweight and constipated and my skin would be broken out. For a week or two I would screen my calls or tell my agent that I had pinkeye or something else until I reached a respectable weight. When it comes to work, it's a shame we can't call in fat! We should get seven or eight fat days built into our work schedule per year, and a whole fat week following Christmas.

After many years of research and experimentation, this mentality ended for me, and now it can end for you. On this program you will learn what to eat earlier in the day and what to eat the day after so that your holiday meal will go right through you. There are foods and activities that will keep your body and digestion system functioning most efficiently, and that is the key. It's all about taking out the trash. A little naughty food and drink is not so bad if you rid your body of it quickly and, most important, naturally. As I said, it is building little pockets of discipline into your holiday experience, and that little effort does the trick.

Always keep in mind that health is a total picture. The essence of this book is about celebrating holidays in a healthier way, and that goes much deeper than simply planning what to eat. Food is only one of the elements to consider in planning your holiday. There are many other exciting elements -- holiday history, holiday memories, invitations, decorations, toasts, scents, games and activities, calorie-burning exercises, music, movies, party favors, and just about anything else that can spice up a holiday. The idea is to enjoy the holidays the way you did as a child and take some of the attention away from the food. Trust me -- it gets far too much attention as it is. It's like George Clooney at a women's yoga class. I keep waiting for him to show up at mine! The point is you never know when someone like George Clooney is going to pop into your day. You've always got to be prepared and look your best. And you can't consistently allow the holidays to set you back and force you into hiding. Let's start a year of healthy holidays together, from New Year's Day to New Year's Eve. I'm sure they'll be the best holidays ever!


Christmas

Rosemary Roast Chicken

Serves 4

Ingredients

1 3-3 1/2 pound organic free-range chicken, rinsed, giblets removed
4 organic garlic cloves
6 fresh organic rosemary sprigs, plus a few more for garnish
3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
2 teaspoons kosher salt
Freshly ground black pepper

Instructions

Preheat the oven to 400°F.

Pull the fat from inside the chicken and discard. Set the chicken in a small roasting pan and put the whole garlic cloves under the skin in the meatiest part of the chicken. Stuff the chicken with 3 rosemary sprigs. Pour the oil over chicken and sprinkle it with the salt and pepper to taste. Rub the oil and seasonings into the chicken. Tuck 3 rosemary sprigs under the chicken. Roast the chicken, uncovered, basting ocassionally, about 1 hour, or until the chicken juices run clear. Remove the rosemary from the chicken and from the pan. Carve the chicken and put the pieces on a platter. Garnish with fresh rosemary sprigs. Skim the excess fat from the roasting juices and add salt and pepper to taste. When serving, spoon a little of the pan juices over the chicken.

Healthy Holidays. Copyright © by Marilu Henner. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2004

    Healthy Holidays

    Reviewed by W.B. Schatzman Ideal for the upcoming end-of-the-year holidays as well several others, Marilu Henner¿s Healthy Holidays offers some great ways to indulge in some favorite foods while still remaining health conscious during this and any holiday season. The 379-page book is filled with many recipes as well as a whole section on food combining. Henner offers the basic rules of what foods to and not to eat together. It is some of the charts in this book that make what seems to be a difficult task, simplified. The introduction outlines Henner's diet, which eliminates red meat, pork and dairy products. Refined white sugar is replaced with a variety of sweeteners such as honey, Sucanat, maple syrup and fruit juice. While Henner¿s rules of food combining will put off some readers ('Do not mix fruit with proteins, starches or any kind of vegetable.¿), the recipes are provided with short lists of easily accessible ingredients. They aren't at all intimidating. Besides containing recipes, unlike most cookbooks, Henner offers a great deal of history in this 379-page book. It¿s the history; facts and folklore sections that make it worth buying. For each holiday, (ranging from the Fourth of July to Super Bowl Sunday), Henner provides some fascinating facts about each holiday, which in some cases, defines the recipes provided. The sections entitled ¿History, Facts and Folklore¿ are brilliant. One of my favorite facts in the book is this one: ¿If you¿re wondering about the different spellings (Hannukkah, Chanukah and Channukah), they¿re all correct, and pronounced the same (hah¿-nu-ka). These trivial facts can serve several purposes: to entertain, to educate, to be the winner of certain board games and also to help kids understand the origin of the holidays. Henner proves that eating and holidays don¿t need to be a dieting or health disaster. For Hannukah she provides a healthy recipe for the traditional potato latkes. Moreover, some of her Christmas favorites include Roast Turkey with Apples, Onions and Apple Cider Vinegar Gravy as well as what seems like a decadent treat, but is still ¿acceptable¿, that¿s her Chocolate Almond Toffee Crunch.

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