Developing healthy habits is sometimes easier said than done. If you’re trying to eat healthy, this can feel like a never-ending roller-coaster of ups and downs. We all know how much of an insurmountable task healthy eating can appear to be at times. And too few Americans are getting the recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables on a daily basis. But eating healthy is a great investment in both short-term and long-term health outcomes. Developing good habits when it comes to food choices doesn’t have to feel like something that’s out of your reach. Shifting the way you approach food could be as easy as taking a few small steps, consistently of course. And we’ve rounded up some tips that will have you building new habits to make healthy eating a habit that sticks for the long term.
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Alicia Hyatte is a Mental Health and Family Wellness Expert, Psychotherapist/Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, and Health & Wellness Writer. She is the Founder of Whole Family Living where she supports health-conscious individuals, families, and health professionals to adopt healthy, sustainable habits. Connect on Facebook and Pinterest @wholefamilyliving or Twitter @wholefamilymag.