3-healthy-resolutions-for-the-new-year_web-opAs your partner in health, we hope you’ll consider what you can do to make 2017 your best year yet. Here are a few goals you can set now to make the transition easier than ever.

1. Add instead of subtracting. When it comes to resolutions, a lot of people start by promising to “give up” bad foods. Instead, try to focus on adding healthier options to your diet, including more glasses of water each day.

2. Eat the rainbow. Purchase fresh fruits and vegetables of all varieties—you can even make a game out of it with your family by vowing not to leave the market until you’ve found food in 5 different hues.

3. Schedule time to exercise. If you actually pencil in a time to visit the gym or go for a walk, you’re more likely to accomplish it and continue the pattern going forward.

Wondering what else you can do to better yourself for the New Year? Consider making an appointment with our practice.