Thursday, December 28, 2006


This year, make resolutions that you can attain

The start of a new year is a great opportunity to resolve to make a lifestyle change that will benefit your health and well-being. But if you’ve often broken your New Year’s resolutions almost as soon as you’ve made them, don’t be too hard on yourself. There are several reasons resolutions fail:

Since many resolutions revolve around exercising more, losing weight or eating healthier, these tips may help:

Catherine Schneider is a Registered Dietitian in the Food and Nutrition Department at The William W. Backus Hospital. This column should not replace advice or instruction from your personal physician. E-mail Ms. Schneider and all of the Healthy Living columnists at

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