You had every intention of having a salad for lunch and salmon for dinner. But then your day became such a relay race you ended up cozying up to a carton of takeout kung pao. The good news: "To reap nearly all the benefits of a healthy diet, you don't have to be perfect—just good enough," says Leslie Bonci, R.D., the director of sports nutrition at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. "Even small tweaks can make a major difference in your weight and energy level."
Use these tweaks to stay healthy when the real world hits.
Diet Tip 1: Eat More Whole Grains >>
| May 18, 2010