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The 13 New Year’s Resolutions Nutritionists Are Making for 2020

Published Jan 06, 2020

New Year, new resolutions—and if you’re like most people, it will include some goals for getting healthier. But 80 percent of resolutions fail by February, and it’s not just you and I that fall short; even the pros have a hard time sticking to their resolutions. What gives? A goal without a plan is just a wish, says Lindsey Kane, MS, a registered dietitian nutritionist and director of nutrition at Sunbasket. “The good news is, there are some tried-and-true strategies for making good habits, the key to keeping your resolutions,” she explains.