VIDEO: Fitness and nutritional advice for your 2017 New Year’s resolutions

Start your New Years resolution early
Start your New Years resolution early

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Looking to eat right and get fit in the new year? We’ve got you covered.

Nutritional Advice: 

Resolving to eat healthier in the new year? Anya Guy, a clinical dietitian at Mayo Clinic in Florida, offers nutritional advice on what order when dining out to the hidden fats in avocados.

Hear Guy’s advice in the videos below.

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Fitness tips 

Resolving to get healthy in the new year? Sally White, fitness coach at the Carl E. Sanders Family YMCA at Buckhead, walks us through some easy exercises you can do at home.

Regular exercise can reduce fatigue and sleep irregularities, increase energy levels, improve moods, prevent disease and enhance overall feelings of well-being.

Members of the YMCA can also participate in a free program called The Coach Approach. The program pairs members with a YMCA personal wellness coach who will help them work through any exercise challenges they might be facing.

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