The New Year is all about making resolutions for healthy living. It is natural to start the New Year thinking about all of the goals you want to set. Moreover, diet and weight loss are always top of the list. However, many people turn to fad weight-loss diets this time of year instead of thinking about diet changes that promote and sustain a vibrant lifestyle over the long term. As the healthy new year graphics suggests, you should start small (break down big weight loss ambitions into smaller attainable smart goals), eat consistently (eating breakfast within an hour of waking up), up to your intake (buy only as many grab and go fruits as you can eat within a week), stay hydrated (drink at least 64 ounces of water per day), get moving (strive to work 30 minutes of exercise), be mindful (savor meals by taking smaller bits), and forgive yourself (be kind to yourself and focus on getting back on track at the next meal).