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The new year, or the year end, is a natural period of self reflection. We think about how our previous year went and how we improved. This is also the time when most people set resolutions. It’s just a good feeling to have a fresh start for the new year.
These days it can feel like there tons of nutrition info out there and it can be hard to know what’s true and what isn’t. Unfortunately, we live in the age of technology where trends and fad diets can go viral, usually spreading misinformation with it. Many trending diets are based on past fad diets (i.e., the keto diet is pretty much the Atkins diet in disguise) or, a tiny bit of research is blown up and spread across the internet, which often means the original results are twisted and changed through a game of whispers.
Many of us are guilty of not planning our day properly, which can lead to poor nutrition choices. But with a little bit of organization and forethought, we can all make sure that we can easily follow our plans to better health in the long run. Here are some tips for better time management when it comes to your health.