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Cleanse your bad habits this new yearHere, MultiCare Center for Healthy Living dietitian Chelsey Lindahl suggests three resolutions for you and your family to cleanse bad habits and get you on track for 2013.1. Incorporate more fruits, vegetables and whole grains - aim for three cups of vegetables and two cups of fruit per day.2. Make a weekly menu plan - this can save you time and money by increasing the efficiency of your grocery store trips, as well as generally helping you make more nutritious choices (rather than last-minute stops for prepared foods).3. Minimize processed foods - avoid packaged meals, sweets and sodas, and replace them instead with whole foods.Intrigued by the dinners on our calendar? Find these and other healthy recipe options in the links below.
Posted on Jan 3, 2013 in Healthy Living
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