January 2013 Issue

10 Healthy Eating Tips for 2013

This year resolve to: Eat more beans, nuts and seeds; more fish, less meat—and lots of fruits and vegetables. Oh, and don’t forget water.

With the New Year upon us, there’s fresh opportunity to make resolutions for better health. To feel your best this year—with renewed vigor, a healthy weight and optimal mental and physical function—resolve to make positive changes in your diet: Diet and healthy lifestyle habits are powerful weapons in the fight against devastating diseases. “You can lower your risk of chronic disease by 80 percent through healthy living, ” says David Katz, M.D., M.P.H., Director of the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center.

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