Get healthy in the new year with 10 resolutions to improve your health. By: Holley Johnson Grainger, M.S., R.D.
Learn the fast facts on fats: what to eat and what to avoid. Stick with unsaturated ones found in vegetable oils, seeds, nuts, fish, and avocados to promote health and protect against heart disease, stroke, inflammation, and diabetes. Incorporate healthy fats into your day-to-day cooking by cooking veggies in heart-healthy olive or canola oil, using skinless poultry or lean cuts of beef and pork, and topping salads with crunchy nuts and seeds instead of buttery croutons.