Healthier eating, losing weight and getting more exercise are among the most common new year’s resolutions, and it’s important to make a plan and be patient to achieve these goals, an expert says.
If you decide to start eating healthier, it can be difficult to decide where to start. It’s best to focus on specific changes to make your goal more attainable, said Kelly Hogan, a clinical dietitian at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
Here are some examples: Replace fried chicken or fish with baked or broiled versions two or three times a week; eat four or five servings of vegetables every weekday; and cook dinner at homethree nights a week instead of ordering carry-out food. These are always great swaps for weight loss surgery patients to make!
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