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Obesity

Taking a Bite Out of Bad Nutrition Habits

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Mother and young daughter choosing healthy food.
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Woman eating healthy meal.
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Here we go again: let’s do it right


Man on scale at doctor's.
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Set attainable goals


Woman using diet app.
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Use a journal, trackers, whatever keeps you honest


Man on road to good nutrition.
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Learn basic nutrition


Woman meeting with nutritionist.
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Review a range of diets and “pick a good fit”


Young woman getting helpful information online.
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Use the latest science


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Be organized and mindful


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Be willing to cook


Plate of half healthy food, half unhealthy food.
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Ditch being black and white


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Add exercise and keep it going


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Make it a lasting healthy lifestyle


Amy Hendel, P.A.

Amy Hendel, P.A.

@HealthGal1103

Known as The HealthGal, Amy Hendel P.A. is a medical and lifestyle reporter, nutrition and fitness expert, Health Coach and brand ambassador. Trained as a physician assistant, she maintains a health coach private practice in New York and Los Angeles. Author of The Four Habits of Healthy Families, find her on Twitter @HealthGal1103 and on Facebook at TheHealthGal. Check “Daily Health News” at www.healthgal.com. Her personal mantra? “Fix it first with food, fitness, and lifestyle.”