Disclaimer: [Eat more] of the right foods! “We’re big fans of goals that start with ‘eat more’,” says Lauren Slayton, RD, director of FoodTrainers, a New York City-based nutrition counseling service. For example, resolve to fit in more probiotic foods, like miso, apple cider vinegar, and yogurt to improve your mood and cut cravings. If you do want to cut out guilty pleasures, don’t nix them completely. “Instead of having red meat every week, say, ‘I’ll have red meat once a month’,” says Keri Peterson, MD, an internal medicine physician at Lenox Hill Hospital. Enjoying your cravings once in a while will make staying on track the rest of the time less grueling.
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