Eating a well-balanced, healthy diet is good for you and good for your overall health. By choosing and consuming more nutrient-rich options such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats and low-fat dairy products, it will be easier for you to maintain a healthy weight. Better nutritional choices and managing portion control can also help with weight loss.

Healthy eating, when coupled with regular exercise and not smoking, may help with the prevention of chronic illnesses such as diabetes, obesity and heart disease.  There are many health benefits for leading a well-rounded lifestyle; and the good news is you can be in control of your progress and success.

Our team understands that the hardest part of eating a more healthy diet is getting started and changing your existing habits. One very good way to help ensure a successful start to a diet, as well as a new exercise routine, is to set reasonable and achievable goals. It is smart to set goals that are both short-term and long-term. Reward yourself for key milestones along the way to keep yourself motivated.

Before starting any new diet or weight loss plan, please consult with your primary care physician.

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