Allow time to change eating habits, experts advise

12/30/2012 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Registered dietitian Janet Helm advises dieters to rely on small steps and allow themselves time to adopt healthier eating behaviors. She suggests cutting back on portions or certain ingredients and setting specific goals, such as getting up 30 minutes early to take a walk. Dietitian David Grotto recommends eating more nutrient-rich foods to stay full and crowd out junk food.

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