Everyone has good intentions to make BIG changes at the start of a new year. Research has shown that small incremental changes are more sustainable and produce better long-term results. On that note, I will be posting about small changes that you can make to improve your health. Small changes can have a BIG effect on your health. For example, cutting just 100 calories per day from your diet, will result in a 10 pound weight loss over 1 year. That’s like cutting out 8 oz of soda or half a candy bar per day. A small change that equals a BIG result. Imagine what a dozen small changes can do for your health over the next year.
Check back soon to get BIG results from your first small change!
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