Many of us start off the new year with resolutions to get healthy… but it can be hard to stick with it as the weeks and months go on.
That was the topic of discussion at Thursday’s DelCo AMP’T luncheon at Riverbend Pub in Manchester, with nearly everyone confessing that they’ve tried eating healthier but have then fallen off the wagon, struggling to get back on track.
Amber Jaeger, consultant dietitian with the Good Neighbor Society, has one main piece of advice for those trying to start healthy habits.
She reminds us that we don’t have to be perfect – it’s okay if you have a bad day and fall off track.
Regional Medical Center dietitian Cara Recker says if you want to pick a specific change, try looking at how many plants you are eating.
All of Regional Medical Center’s dietician services are free, so if you’d like to make an appointment to help you stick with your New Year’s resolutions of getting healthy, you can call 927-7430.
photo courtesy of DelCo AMP’T