Healthy Eating in Salt Lake City

In addition to exercising more often, eating healthier is one of the most common health-related New Year’s resolutions people make. Combined, these two commitments can make a world of difference in your physical health – no matter the time of year!

With regards to your physical health, it’s easy to look past this, but your feet can certainly benefit from a change in your dietary habits. In fact, if you want optimal foot health you need to do things like:

Now, if you are going to eat well, you are probably best served making most of your own meals at home. In doing so, you can know and control exactly what is in the food you eat. Further, this allows you to eat “clean,” which is simply one of the best health trends from recent years.

Of course, the odds are pretty low you’ll be eating all of your meals at home! When you do want to eat out, you should know which restaurants are better than others for healthy dining. With this in mind, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best restaurants in our area for those of you who are making the commitment to eating better in 2018 (and beyond!). There are certainly other options you may wish to consider, but our list includes:

Eating well is essential for having the healthiest possible body (including your feet!) you can have. Doing so ensures your body tissues have the nutrients they need, while allowing you to manage your weight in a healthy manner.

We hope you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy in the new year. If you need any foot care services, don’t hesitate to contact Anderson Foot & Ankle Clinic by calling (801) 269-9939 and we will be glad to help!

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