We make ’em, we break ’em. New Year’s diet resolutions fall like needles on Christmas trees as January goes on. Genes can work against us. Metabolism, too.
But William Yancy, a weight specialist at Duke University’s diet and fitness center says, in order to be successful, make goals that are SMART — Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Time-bound.
Instead of simply resolving to eat better, plan how to do it, such as having chips once or twice a week instead of every day. Rat