Let’s make healthier New Year's resolutions.
All of us are welcoming in 2021 with high hopes for a really great year. Many of us are setting multiple resolutions to help us achieve all our goals and dreams that we put on the back burner in 2020. If your New Year’s resolution is to get back into shape or you have a weight-loss goal, it’s important to avoid restrictive diets and counting calories. Time and again, research shows that dieting does not work over the long run. The best thing you can do to eat healthier is to cook more and get back in tune with listening to your body’s hunger signals.
Restrictive diets can be pretty enticing with all their promises for weight loss and eternal youth. It’s not surprising that we easily fall victim to the latest diet trend. The $64 billion weight-loss industry is working hard in every media space to get our attention. But the truth is, dieting does not work, and instead can lead to an unhealthy relationship with food. In the long term, most dieters regain the weight lost plus a few new pounds.
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