ScientIST Resolution: Eating Healthy A to Z
The holidays are over, the merriment has ceased, and that means that reality now rears its ugly head. It's time to make resolutions to be better this year than we were last year, or any other year, or ever will be in the future. For a lot of us, this means promises to get healthy. Well, LAist believes in you, and so for the month of January, we'll be running articles on health, wellness, and fitness to help make sure those promises aren't empty. Good luck, and godspeed. - Health Editor, Jessica Pauline
So, we're supposed to watch our diet and increase our exercise, but these two little adages can seem nebulous and overwhelming. Assembled from a variety of sources, we bring you 26 foods to try in the New Year to help you meet your goals (the exercise is up to you). Utilize the extensive Farmers Markets in Los Angeles, buy seasonally, and supplement with your local grocer (we like Trader Joe's, but we're still holding out hope that Berkeley Bowl is going to be recreated in SoCal).