New Year, New You? Maybe Not.
When the ball drops on New Year’s Eve, it renews our desire to make positive changes in the year to come, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t have a diet- or fitness-related resolution on their list. While recommitting to your health goal is important — whether it’s eating better, getting fit, or losing 40 pounds — some resolutions can actually do more harm than good. Before you wake up on January 1, leave these 10 unhealthy tactics in 2015 and make 2016 your healthiest year yet.
Courtesy of EverydayHealth.com