During the holiday season, it’s easy to overindulge. Sweets, fatty foods, and seasonal drinks surround us and threaten to undo all the good work we’ve done for our bodies over the past year. Luckily, we’ve spoken to Jessica Fishman Levinson – a registered dietitian nutritionist and the founder of Nutritioulicious. Nutritioulicious is a nutrition communications and consulting business designed to help individuals and corporate clients be the healthiest they can be. She is going to give you the inside scoop on how to stay healthy this winter with some delicious and nutritious recipes. Creamy Parsnip Pear Soup with Cranberry Coulis o This parsnip soup is creamy without the cream and gets a hint of sweetness from pears and maple syrup. Garnish with cranberry coulis for a pop of tartness and a festive showing. o Roasted Chicken with Fennel, Carrots, and Dried Plums o There’s nothing like a traditional roasted chicken, moist and juicy and full of aromatic flavors from herbs and spices. The fennel and carrots are roasted in the same pan as the chicken, which makes this an easy one pan meal, plus it keeps the vegetables moist and flavorful. The dried plums are stirred in towards the end of cooking and provide a sweet contrast to the more savory dish. o Spiced Plum Cauliflower Rice o Cauliflower florets are processed into rice-like granules to make a low-carb side dish that’s nutritious and delicious with some creaminess from coconut milk, sweetness from dried plums, zing from lemon zest and juice, and crunch from toasted almonds! Jessica Fishman Levinson, MS, RDN, CDN is a registered and New York State-certified dietitian nutritionist and the founder of Nutritioulicious, a New York-based nutrition communications and consulting business with a focus on culinary nutrition. Jessica has extensive experience as a recipe developer, writer, editor, and speaker. She is the co-author of We Can Cook: Introduce Your Child to the Joy of Cooking with 75 Simple Recipes and Activities (Barron’s, 2011), the Culinary Corner columnist for Today’s Dietitian Magazine, and maintains the popular Nutritioulicious blog. Jessica has been featured as a nutrition expert on television and radio outlets, including NBC, Fox 5, and NY1, in national magazines like Glamour, Fitness, and Woman’s Day, and on numerous health and lifestyle websites. Jessica has an MS in Nutrition and Dietetics and a BA in Psychology, both from New York University. She is an active member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) and various Dietetic Practice Groups of the AND, including Nutrition Entrepreneurs, Dietitians in Business and Communications, and Food and Culinary Professionals. In addition to her professional work, Jessica enjoys all things related to food and wine and spending time with her husband and twin daughters. For more delicious recipes check out our Food & Drink section. Congratulations! You found one of the secret questions for our Wellness From the Inside Out giveaway! Answer in the comments section below for one entry to win this week’s prize. Then, make sure to keep searching our latest stories for more chances to win. What’s your favorite food to warm up with in the winter? 5 Responses Daniela Plume January 19, 2016 Homemade turkey soup with barley and vegetables Reply Julie January 19, 2016 Tomato soup! Reply Sharday L. January 19, 2016 My favorite food to warm up with in the winter is mashed potatoes and gravy. Reply Nancy H January 6, 2016 homemade turkey soup Reply helenlam January 5, 2016 Hot chocolate Reply Start a Conversation Cancel a Conversation Connect with Enter your WordPress.com blog URL http://.wordpress.com Proceed Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.