Ready to bounce back from your holiday food hangover? A nutrition expert weighs in on how to develop a healthy attitude about eating in the New Year.
The holidays might not be the healthiest time of year, but there’s no shame in revelling in a season full of indulgences – especially if they come in the form of herb-glazed turkey, rich and buttery shortbread cookies or eggnog with a kick. But with the festive season done with and a New Year beginning, you may be looking to jumpstart your January with better eating habits.
Toronto-based dietitian Shahzadi Devje, RD, CDE, MSc, offers these healthy eating tips if you’re aiming to keep your New Year’s resolutions or recovering from a few too many of those holiday indulgences: