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10 New Year's Resolutions That Are Actually Dangerous for Your Health

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Dana Leigh Smith & The Editors of Eat This, Not That! of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 11: For most, the beginning of a new year means it’s the perfect time to make some healthy lifestyle changes, and that usually starts with a list of resolutions. It’s never a bad idea to have set goals in mind you plan to stick to as you embrace this new chapter, but some popular New Year’s resolutions are actually doing you more harm than good. To make sure you’re not falling victim to health myths or following antiquated advice, we’ve rounded up “healthy” resolutions that if you follow, are most likely to leave you with a wider waistline, which can be dangerous for your overall health. See which 10 health resolutions have fooled you—and then try these 50 simple resolutions that could change your life.

10 New Year's Resolutions That Are Actually Dangerous for Your Health

For most, the beginning of a new year means it’s the perfect time to make some healthy lifestyle changes, and that usually starts with a list of resolutions. It’s never a bad idea to have set goals in mind you plan to stick to as you embrace this new chapter, but some popular New Year’s resolutions are actually doing you more harm than good. To make sure you’re not falling victim to health myths or following antiquated advice, we’ve rounded up “healthy” resolutions that if you follow, are most likely to leave you with a wider waistline, which can be dangerous for your overall health. See which 10 health resolutions have fooled you—and then try these 50 simple resolutions that could change your life.

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