MORAINE, Ohio (WDTN) — Another year has come and gone. For some 2020 has been a terrible year that has led to terrible habits, for others, keeping inside made the year pass with flying colors. Regardless, New Year’s Day is approaching and with it, New Year’s Resolutions.
Diana Weathers, a dietician at Premier Weight Loss Solutions, said the most important thing to do to get the ball rolling is starting small. In the case of weight loss, setting smaller targeted goals rather than one big goal can help keep you engaged.
Diets are often associated with the New Year, as people leave the holidays feeling like they’ve put on a few pounds. Weathers cautions against going with current fad diets though, she said that people typically don’t stick with those compared to more reasonable diets.
For best results Weathers recommends getting a variety of fruits and vegetables, lean protein, taking a multivitamin and maybe even vitamin-D for the colder months we’re stuck inside.