Ordering a salad at a restaurant seems like a good way to “eat healthy.” Here’s the deal: restaurants aren’t in the business of keeping you healthy; they’re in the business of offering meals that taste good so you will keep coming back.
In our previous post, Roper St. Francis Dietician Amy Mendez offered some sane reasoning to counter some of the all-or-nothing thinking we tend to slip into when our regular routines go holiday haywire. We hope that was helpful.
It’s no secret that too much weight can have an impact on your health including problems associated with obesity such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, lung disease and sleep apnea. Too much weight can also have a serious impact on your bones, joints and muscles.