Some of the best parts of summer are edible, however indulging in the season’s most popular foods at picnics, barbecues and on boardwalks can lead to trouble when it comes to your health.
Registered dietitian nutritionist, exercise physiologist and author of “Living Skinny in Fat Genes," Felicia Stoler points out that we tend to overindulge in popular summer foods like ice cream, hot dogs, citrus fruits, red wine and cheese, because they are more readily available and it seems like everyone else is partaking in them too.
Atmosphere and social pressure can play a huge role in what we choose to eat, and during the summer a lot of people will let down their guard when it comes to food.
Fortunately, Felicia has several ways you can still enjoy some of your favorites with a few smart swaps:
For more information on how you can live your best food life this summer, check out Felicia on social media.
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