Tips for eating right in 2013
If you’re resolving to get healthy in 2013, you're off to a better start than most Americans. People who go on crazy fad diets to shed winter weight or start off without a specific game plan are much more likely to abandon their New Year's resolutions than those who make specific resolutions. It's the difference between "I'm going to try to lose 100 pounds," versus "I'm going to eat a balanced healthy breakfast and bring fruit to work."
The OHSU effect
has so much good information to offer for people who are serious about health in the coming year. An Oregon Health and Science University dietitian recommends
setting clear, achievable goals in order to improve your health and gets back to the basics of good nutrition: 1. Eat breakfast. 2. Don't drink your calories (Ask how much that Frapuccino costs you!) 3. Plan your meals. You'll be thrilled with the money and time you save by planning ahead.