The countdown to healthy New Year’s resolutions has begun, and it’s that time of year when we resolve to eat healthier and maybe even try to lose some weight.
While making the promise to eat healthier is easy enough, following through is often much more difficult. Instead of turning to Google to find tips to eating healthy, Lisa Jones, culinary nutrition educator (CNE) at Visionary Healing Center for Wellness, suggests investing in learning about how food and nutrition can be therapeutic and help with overall health.
According to Jones, making healthier eating choices and deciding to focus on your nutrition requires a total shift in mindset. After indulging in decadent holiday foods, many people decide to return to the gyms and to start some popular diet of the day in an effort to get in shape and attempt to be healthier.
In an interview with Georgia Voice, Jones suggests a “food and lifestyle change. Don’t default to cold…