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The holidays offer the ideal time to reflect on the past year, while also setting expectations for your family’s annual holidays traditions. If it’s time for a change, the December edition of Healthy Living with Business Health Trust offers tips to help you introduce new holiday traditions as families evolve. We even offer a new dessert tradition for a more naturally sweetened Dark Chocolate and Ginger Biscotti! Speaking of food and nutrition, we also take a look at the top health food trends of 2019, and help you separate hype from fact. Keep reading for more from Business Health Trust’s wellness partners.
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Top Food Trends of 2019: Hype vs. Fact

Surely you have heard the hype surrounding intermittent fasting or have seen “meatless meats” on countless menus, but are these trends actually good for us? Our partners at Kaiser Permanente dish out the reality of the top food trends of 2019. (Spoiler alert: When it doubt, contact your doctor or dietitian!)

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The No-Guilt Guide to Enjoying Holiday Sweets

Gingerbread, spiced cider and candy canes are synonymous with the holidays, but there still are ways to cut your sugar intake without forsaking beloved holiday sweets. Our partners at Premera Blue Cross can help with their no‑guilt guide to enjoying holiday sweets, featuring tips to help you boost the flavor in your desserts more naturally, including a recipe for Dark Chocolate and Ginger Biscotti.

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Tips to Find Compromise Amidst Changing Families and Holiday Traditions

As families change and grow, it may be necessary for holiday traditions to also evolve. But something as seemingly simple as changing what’s on the holiday dinner menu can create unexpected angst and stress during the holiday season. Get tips to introduce new approaches to celebrating the holidays while finding compromise with old traditions.

How to Recognize Healthy, Unhealthy Relationships, at Home and at Work

Examine different types of relationships — from family and friendship, to romantic and professional — while learning to recognize healthy and unhealthy relationships in the December webinar from Wellspring EAP: “Creating Stronger Relationships” (password is BHT).

Got a New Health Plan? How to Change Your PCP

No matter the reasons for changing your primary care provider (PCP), you can make the switch without drama, according to our wellness partner Washington Care Alliance. Whether you’re switching because you have a new health plan in 2020 or you have other reasons, get tips to make a smooth transition to a new PCP.

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Employee Benefits are Key to Helping BrunswikSt Compete for Talent

Affordability and convenience are just two of the reasons BrunswikSt offers Business Health Trust to its employees. “The Business Health Trust allows small and mid-sized companies — like mine — to compete for talent in a really tight market,” says BrunswikSt Founder and Managing Director Jen Crofton. Learn more in a short video highlighting the employee benefits program.

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