Start the Day with a Healthy Breakfast

Limiting calories and eating a nutritious breakfast can help with weight management and joint health.

Everyone develops eating habits, and yours may be supporting a weight that is too high. To lose weight and keep it off, dont go on a specific diet, says Cleveland Clinic dietitian Margaret Zeller, RD, LD. Instead, be aware of your calorie intake and make changes to your eating habits that promote weight loss and good health.
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