How to Make Your New Year’s Resolution Actually Stick

From the Show: Eat Right Radio
Summary: New Year's resolutions are easy to make but not so easily kept.
Air Date: 1/18/16
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Lauri Wright, PhD
Wright Lauri 1854smallLauri Wright is an assistant professor in public health at the University of South Florida, teaching courses on community nutrition, food and culture and lifespan nutrition. She works with food insecure individuals, obesity-prevention in children and the nutritional needs of people with AIDS. Wright has consulted with seniors in the Meals on Wheels program, providing nutrition education and counseling. She formerly worked as a clinical dietitian for the Veterans Administration, providing medical nutrition therapy for veterans with chronic disease. Wright was the president of the Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics in 2013 and serves on the board of the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics. Wright is a graduate of Ohio State University. She earned a master’s degree from Case Western Reserve University and a doctorate from the University of South Florida.
How to Make Your New Year’s Resolution Actually Stick
We've all made New Year's resolutions, only to have trouble following through.

Tips to make resolutions last include: individualize changes, one (or two) changes at a time, make small acts of will, plan critically, and reward yourself.

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Academy Spokesperson, Lauri Wright, PhD, is here to share some great suggestions to help you keep your New Year's resolutions.


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