Health Watch -- A Fresh Start: Re-stock the Pantry
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Lona Sandon, a registered dietitian at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, says it’s easier to stick to a healthy eating plan when you’ve got plenty of nutritious foods handy. Go shopping for fresh fruits and vegetables, low-fat yogurt and milk, lean meats, whole-grain cereals and walnuts or almonds for snacks. When it’s easy to grab something nutritious and low-calorie, you’re more likely to eat right.
Next on Health Watch, we’ll look at some other strategies for losing weight and maintaining your weight loss.
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