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Healthy Eating New Year’s Resolution Tips

Tips from Dieticians for New Year’s Resolutions

The New Year is all about making resolutions for healthy living. It’s natural to start off the New Year thinking about all of the goals you want to set. However, many people turn to fad weight loss diets this time of year, instead of thinking about diet changes that promote and sustain a vibrant lifestyle over the long term.

Your diet pattern has the power to reduce your risks of chronic diseases over your lifetime. What you eat is much more significant to your health than whether you lose a few pounds. In fact, a healthful diet should promote a positive weight range, plus a lifestyle that keeps you feeling energized, satisfied, happy and free of chronic diseases, like heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Here are some healthy New Year’s Resolution alternatives to try:

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  • Try plant-based recipes.
  • Remember, colorful is good.
  • Eat to serve your body.
  • Practice mindful eating.
  • Plan meals in advance.
  • Form new healthy habits.
  • Be smart about eating changes.
  • Save time in the kitchen.

It is important to take your time. Forming new habits are not easy but it is worth the effort. Take each day as a moment to make better choices. Remember, all the small efforts will eventually add up to achieving the larger goal.

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