New Year’s resolutions surrounding Food or weight loss aren’t uncommon. In fact, in 2020, 43% of people wanted to eat healthier and 37% wanted to lose weight, according to YouGov. However, if we’re not careful, good intentions to become healthier can lead to yo-yo dieting or disordered eating. What steps can we take to ensure that we’re fueling our bodies properly in 2021 without taking Food Resolutions to the extreme? Don’t label foods as ‘good’!
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