One of the reasons why the majority of people fail to achieve their New Year’s resolution of getting healthy is because it involves changing eating habits.
The older people get, the more stubborn they become and the harder it is to turn an adjustment into a lifestyle. What makes the process even more frustrating is the abundance of information out there about food.
Marketing professionals are experts at masking certain bad foods. For example, some protein bars are “glorified candies,” as Deborah Malkoff-Cohen, registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator, says. Also, while plain Greek yogurt is good for you, the flavored versions are not.
People have individual preferences and very different schedules. What works for some may have the opposite effect on others. Eating better is not rocket science; a lot of factors need to be considered. The nutrition tips on the following list can guide you in the right direction.