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Health in the New Year

by Jenna Koroly, MS, RD, CSOWM, CDN

The Holidays are in full swing and the New Year is approaching. Although the best time to make healthy lifestyle changes is today (now, the present!), many view the New Year as a fresh start, and set resolutions to improve their health. Whether your New Year’s resolution is to lose weight, exercise, drink more water, or meditate, there are many resources out there to help you focus on improved health and track your progress in the New Year. Take a look at the websites and apps below and try some of them out until you find your favorite!

For Nutrition Information

Self Nutrition Data 

USDA Nutrient Database


Seasonal Food Guide

Monash University FODMAP

For Tracking Food & Water



Bite Snap

Daily Water

For Exercise


Hal Higdon Running Training Programs


7 Minute Workout

For Meditation



Working with a Registered Dietitian and Physical Therapist or Cancer Exercise Specialist will offer an individualized food and exercise plan and further increase motivation and accountability. Keep an eye out for our Savor Health Artificial Intelligence-based personalized nutrition technology platform for support from cancer diagnosis to survivorship.

We at Savor Health wish you a Happy and Healthy New Year!

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