You've probably heard that a colorful plate is healthier. Penn Medicine recommends adding different colored fruits and vegetables to each meal to boost vitamin intake.
Weight loss requires increasing fiber intake. Young thinks fiber keeps you full longer.
"Fats" and "carbs" may set up warning bells. Yet healthy fats and carbohydrates are your buddies!
While dieting, meal planning is a good idea. "Meal prepping makes such a difference," Young adds.
Your favorite chardonnay or craft beer may taste fantastic, but it's bad for weight loss. Young advises drinking less.
Home-cooked meals are healthier than takeout or dining out. Young explains, "When you cook at home, you are mindful of the ingredients."
Daily physical activity for 30 minutes can make a big effect jogging, strolling ,hiking with your dog, strength training, yoga.