Need help keeping your New Year’s resolutions?
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to be healthier?
More than half of Americans make a New Year’s resolution each year, but just a small percentage of us successfully follow through on them.
To give you a bit of motivation, UCSF has provided some quick summaries of the science that backs up the most popular health-related New Year’s resolutions. Knowing how good some of these choices are for your body may help you to follow through. For example, you might be surprised at how much the simple step of reducing your sugar intake can affect your health.
Read full article about the effects of cutting down on sugar, sleeping more, reducing your stress and other healthy moves for the new year.