Holiday Party Survival Guide -- What to Eat and Drink

You've made it through the holidays relatively unscathed in the pounds department, but it's not over yet. New Year's Eve can easily derail your healthy eating habits.

Fortunately, Women's Health and Men's Health magazines can help you navigate the festivities with advice on the best choices to make for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres while ringing in the New Year.

Do you think you know your stuff when it comes to choosing the best food and drink options at your holiday party? Take this quiz to find out:

Quiz: What to Eat and Drink at Your Holiday Party

Good luck!

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More from Men's Health and Women's Health:

Six Weeks to Flat Abs

Lose the Gut Now

The 20 Unhealthiest Drinks in America

Make These Smart Holiday Swaps

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