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Ways to keep your diet in tact while enjoying some Easter treats


Ways to keep your diet in tact while enjoying some Easter treats
West Fargo Pioneer

If you're going to a holiday party, the expert suggests bringing a home-cooked nutritious dish, using a small plate to eat, and eating fruits and veggies first to keep your diet on track."Just keeping in mind food safety tips as well, cooking things up to temp," Welle said. "Ham, in particular, making sure we cook it to 165 degrees so that we ensure that you know there's no bacteria and we don't get sick."Experts also suggest reusing dyed boiled eggs for a healthy treat such as deviled eggs or an egg salad.3.0© West Fargo PioneerForum Communications Company© West Fargo Pioneer and101 5th Street NorthFargo,North Dakota58102Call us at

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