Healthy New Year's resolutions often revolve around diets and exercise, and though these are both beneficial for personal health, this resolution is dropped more often than the pounds at the gym.
Changing habits is hard, but the only successful way is to integrate it into daily lifestyle instead of making it seem like a laborious task. While exercise is one of the many ways to drop those calories from the Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts, it's also important to develop healthy eating habits as well.
Unfortunately, a common misconception is that eating healthy means flavorless cooking, which is exactly the opposite. Simple things like adding seasoning, removing excessive sugars, using free weight cutlery and using portion-control tools are easy ways to make eating healthy flavorful as well.
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By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: Dec 11, 2012