Did your New Year’s resolutions include a promise to “eat right” and exercise? Many of us make these promises to ourselves in January, but by March we find our old habits sneaking back up on us. Some people tackle the problem too aggressively – with overly restrictive diets, or exercise regimes that they can’t commit to – and soon give up their efforts. Being healthy is more than just making the right food choices – it’s also about supplementing healthy food choices with increased participation in physical activity.
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