13 tips for eating healthier in 2014

Global News

TORONTO – So your new year’s resolution to give up on carbs, isn’t working, huh? How about heading to the gym every day and swapping out all your sweets for vegetables?

We’re ambitious and well-intentioned, but sometimes our goals get ahead of us. Canadian dietitians say that a few weeks after putting these limiting resolutions to the test, we quickly learn how unsustainable they are.

READ MORE: 10 health and nutrition stories of 2013

A general “get healthier” goal is also lofty – so generic, it’s easy to fail. Instead, Global News asked a handful of experts, including several Dietitians of CanadaNutrition Month spokespeople from coast to coast, for their tips on hitting the health reset button in the new year.

Tackle one at a time: Too many goals at one time could set you up for failure. Instead, Jennifer Sygo, a registered dietitian with Cleveland Clinic Canada

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