Runner's World


IT’S THE TIME OF YEAR when big, sweeping resolutions loom large: lose weight, eat “clean,” curtail the booze. While those are all worthy ambitions, your odds of achieving them skyrocket if you shoot for one or two small, specific food- related objectives that support the loftier nutrition goals, says Anne Mauney, R.D., mara thoner and coauthor of Nutrition for Runners.

Here are five goals that do just that. How to choose? Pick one (or two!) that fits your lifestyle and that you know you’re

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