New Years Resolutions: Easy to make, easier to break – NMLiving

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Have you broken your New Years resolution yet? If you have, you are not alone. Research shows nearly 80% of resolutions will ultimately be broken by the second week of February. No one intends to break their New Years resolutions but most of us will because it is a challenge to maintain new and sometimes unrealistic goals beyond January especially in the midst of a pandemic.

One common resolution that consumers make each and every year is to improve their health.According to research, 84% of all consumers are limiting the amount of sugar in their diet, and more than 70% of adults say sugar is the #1 ingredient they are most trying to cut down or avoid completely.

What can be done to make sure that you stick to your resolutions and dont break them this year? Mia Syn, Masters of Science in Human Nutrition (MS) from Columbia University, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist(RDN), knows the importance of healthy living and has come up with a list of health hacks to help people stick with their New Years resolutions.She offered tips and tricks to enjoy your favorite indulgences while doing so in a healthier manner.

Mia Syn, Masters of Science in Human Nutrition (MS) from Columbia University, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), is a national on-air nutrition expert, host of Good Food Friday on ABC News 4 and one of the most recognized and trusted young dietitians in the media.With more TV appearances than any other young nutritionist in the country, she has helped millions of viewers, readers and clients learn healthier, sustainable eating habits.

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