Shed Your Bad Food Habits Once and for All

Genevieve Fish

It’s great that fresh, local, organic produce is more readily available than ever. But when the option of preparing a well-balanced meal takes at least twice as long as ordering your favorite takeout, chances are you’ll let your greens wilt in the fridge while you munch on Chinese food for the next few days. Once you slack a little, the floodgates are open for a long and treacherous cycle of poor eating habits. If you’re struggling with a mega sweet tooth and In-N-Out cravings that just won’t stop, don’t worry. We’ve rounded up some easy ways for you to improve your diet and overall health. 

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