New Year’s Resolution: A Healthier Relationship with Food
January 27 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
For many people, the new year means a clean slate. Many people try to jump right in and
quickly break bad eating habits for a healthier lifestyle but it’s hard to be successful with that
approach. Trying to make changes to your diet too quickly will often lead to failure. The first step
is to try and form a healthy relationship with food. Many people think this means separating
healthy and unhealthy foods and keeping them apart. The truth is, there is a place for all food in
a healthy diet. The key is moderation.
Figuring out what will work for you and learning to not overindulge is the path to success. Don’t
immediately cut out your favorite things all at once. This tactic leads to becoming burnt out with
a new diet you don’t enjoy and increases the chance of binge eating.
Join the Behavioral Nutrition Team to learn how to create a plan for adopting healthier eating
habits that are built for success. A Registered Dietitian will walk you through the steps necessary
to identify unhealthy eating behaviors and make diet changes you’ll stick with. A healthy
relationship with food is essential to making diet choices that will allow you to maintain a healthy
diet and feel great.