Resolutions that work
According to research, 30-percent of all New Year’s resolutions are broken before February. Doctor Kin Lee says people tend to fall off the weight-loss wagon because their goals are unrealistic. “When people feel like they’ve failed they tend to give up instead of revising their diet goals,” said Doctor Lee. As an alternative to saying, ‘I’m on the X diet’ Doctor Lee suggests revising your resolution to ‘I’m going to eat lean protein and veggies at every meal’. Instead of saying, ‘I’m going to lose 10-kilograms in so many weeks’ say ‘I’m going to lose a half a kilogram every week’. “A well-balanced and properly portioned eating plan that includes a variety of produce and lean meats is the key to achieving long-term weight loss,” said Doctor Lee. Stay on the winning side of your New Year’s resolution. Set realistic goals and experience a healthier and more energetic you in 2017.