Eating more nutritiously and living a healthier lifestyle are common New Year’s resolutions, but people don’t always succeed with them, because change isn’t always easy. Fortunately, living with intention is a choice you can make daily.
March is when Spring begins, a time of new beginnings. It’s also National Nutrition Month, which makes it a great time to have a fresh start and familiarize yourself with the Healthy Living resources we offer.
By Patricia Deuster, PhD, MPH, FACSM; Melissa Rittenhouse PhD, RD, CSSD; and Andrea Lindsey, MS
It is well documented that eating a diet high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains is beneficial for heart health. These choices are optimal because they are high in fiber and nutrients and low in saturated and trans fats.