How to Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

New Year's Resolutions North Suffolk Cardiology

Written by Jennifer J. Shanahan RD, CDN 
Registered Dietitian, Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist

Each year as the clock strikes midnight, many of us resolve to improve our health. We decide to eat better and lose weight, but so often, as the weeks and months pass, those resolutions we made begin to lose their strength. With 2022 upon us, how do we make sure these resolutions become long-term lifestyle changes?

Did you know that Heart disease is the number cause of death in the United States? Lifestyle changes that include a heart-healthy diet and aiming for a healthy weight can help in reducing the risk of heart disease. If your New Year's resolution is to make a lifestyle change and you think you will struggle to keep that resolution, consider scheduling an appointment with our registered dietitian.  

Through Medical Nutrition Therapy, our dietitian uses evidence-based nutrition guidelines to develop an individualized nutrition plan specifically for you. She will provide the motivation and support you need to keep your resolutions and achieve your goals for 2022! 

To schedule an appointment, call (631) 941-2000 ext. 479.

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