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How Can you Make Healthy Food Resolutions Really Stick?

It’s tempting to try making a half-dozen changes all at once. But by focusing on individual, small, unhealthy behaviors, people can have a tremendous amount of success without torturing themselves.

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For many of us, every new year is all about giving things up: Maybe we’re going to stop eating meat and embrace a plant-based diet. Or we’re ready to kick excess sugar to the curb after a holiday season awash in sweets. Or we’re committed to avoiding fast food.

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How Can you Make Healthy Food Resolutions Really Stick?

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