Happy New Year! It’s resolution time again. And it is very easy to set ourselves up for failure by setting goals that will be impossible to reach. Most people have given up their resolutions by this the second week of the new year precisely for this reason.
This year it may be more reasonable to pick goals that will help you improve the quality of your diet which can’t help but improve your health.
Five Food Actions for Better Health in 2018
Ruth Clark is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a master’s in Public Health and over 35 years of experience. She lives in Sharon with an office in Peterborough and sees clients in Keene (Jeni’s Skin Care). Ruth specializes in mid-life women who are struggling with weight, mood and fatigue to regain their energy and vitality. You can reach her at RuthRD@SmartNutritionLLC.com.
(As seen in the January 2nd edition of the Mondanock Ledger-Transcript)
Melissa Mustapha Herbalist/Manager at Maggie's Market