Sumary of The Worst Eating Habits Americans Need To Avoid Now, Say Dietitians:
- Some say it takes 60 days to break a habit, and we all know exactly which ones come to mind when we think of the habits we’d like to break.
- Whether it’s a habit that has to do with your fitness routine, how much time you spend on your phone, or perhaps some pesky eating habits, we all have the power to break them if that’s what we truly wish.
- When it comes to eating habits, how do you know which ones are best to break?
- We talked with Laura Burak, MS, RD, author of Slimdown with Smoothies, and founder of Laura Burak Nutrition and Amy Goodson, MS, RD, CSSD, LD author of The Sports Nutrition Playbook, both members of our medical expert board, about habits related to food that might be keeping you from achieving your health goals.
- Read on to learn about the worst eating habits to avoid, and for more healthy eating tips, check out The 7 Healthiest Foods To Eat Right Now.
- Sandra Seitamaa/Unsplash”Most Americans are chronically dehydrated and don’t even know it,” says Burak, “and one of the most important free eating habit shifts that will dramatically improve your health is to drink more water.
- “Most people wait until they feel thirsty before they drink water, but thirst is actually an emergency signal indicating dehydration,” says Burak.
- ShutterstockMany people assume that skipping meals will help save calories and shed weight fast, but both dietitians agree that this is one of the most harmful eating habits for your body and health goals.