Recipes + Nutrition

What you’re doing wrong with your New Year’s resolutions

By the end of January, 36 percent of New Year’s resolvers will have thrown their hands up in the air and said, “Better luck next year.” It’s normal to want to reboot your life come Jan. 1, but before you go crazy with your New Year’s resolutions list, you want to consider these common mistakes that could set you up for failure, rather than success.

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Antioxidants: More is not always better

Some trials found a benefit to antioxidant supplementation, but most have not.  Grocery store shelves are full of products with labels claiming they contain antioxidants and implying that these guarantee the path towards better health. But that’s not always the case.

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