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FlavorUpdated 12:00 a.m., Thu January 29, 2015
Now is the time that many New Year’s resolutions to eat more healthfully begin to fade. And it’s easy to understand why that happens as we approach late January. For decades, psychologists have told us that it takes at least 21 days of repeated practice to form a new habit, and many more recent studies have concluded that, especially for more complicated behaviors, most people need much longer than that. Considering that healthy eating ... READ MORE
As all the fun and excitement of the holiday season begin to fade, January can seem like a bleak month. Not only can the cold weather and long, dark nights make you feel like you’re under siege, but the challenges of sticking to tough New Year’s resolutions — like those to eat more healthfully and drop a few pounds — can quite literally weigh you down.