Small Changes to Help Keep Your Resolutions & Stay Healthy While Satisfying Your Sweet Tooth

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Have you broken your New Year’s resolution yet? If you have, you are not alone. Research shows nearly 80% of resolutions will ultimately be broken by the second week of February. No one intends to break their New Year’s resolutions, but most of us will because it is a challenge to maintain new and sometimes unrealistic goals beyond January, especially in the midst of a pandemic.

One common resolution consumers make each and every year is to improve their health. According to research, 84% of all consumers are limiting the amount of sugar in their diet and more than 70% of adults say sugar is the #1 ingredient they are most trying to cut down or avoid completely.

Mia Syn, Master’s of Science in Human Nutrition (MS) from Columbia University, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) , knows the importance of healthy living and has come up with a list of health hacks to help people stick with their New Year’s resolutions.

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