This week: Making resolutions stick, best nutrition advice of 2012, workplace wellness and more

The New Year is now a week old. Which means that a significant proportion of New Year’s Resolutions have now been abandoned.  For those of you still hanging on (or maybe in the market for a new challenge), here are my best tips for turning good intentions into healthy habits.  And if you’re starting to feel nostalgic for good old 2012, you might enjoy this quick review of some of last year’s best and worst nutrition advice.

Not sure whether the diet you’re on is the right one for you? Check out my advice for a reader who isn’t sure whether she should stick with her low carb diet.

Is cutting back on red meat one of your New Year’s resolutions? You might be intersted in my article on meat “colorism” within the nutrition profession.

On the food safety front, here’s my recent review of new research on aspartame and cancer risk as well as answers to your questions about the care and safety plastic food containers.

Finally, if you are a business owner, HR professional, or corporate wellness coordinator, I wanted to let you know about an upcoming  webinar on Cutting Costs with a Workplace Wellness Program. I’ll be presenting, along with my Quick and Dirty Tips collegues Ben Greenfield (“Get Fit Guy”) and Dr. Sanaz Majd (“Housecall Doctor”).

Have a great week!

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