Local dietitian says setting small goals can help New Year health plans
YAKIMA COUNTY, Wash. - Some people are making resolutions for the new year, many of those involving becoming a little more health conscious.
Whether you are trying to exercise more or eat healthier, local nutritionists say setting small goals will help you stay on track and reach those bigger goals in the end.
Registered Dietitian Stacey Busey said to make sure you are setting specific and realistic health goals.
She said this can help you adapt new routines into your everyday life.
"If our goal is small and it's something that we can," Busey said. "My goal for clients is lifestyle changes, so it's not making the change this week that you can't do for a lifetime. It would be something that you would be willing to do forever."