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, a registered dietitian nutritionist. “The good news is, there are some tried-and-true strategies for making good habits, the key to keeping your resolutions,” she explains.
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