Each and every start of a year, citizens across the globe vow to cut the carbs, lose, weight, and get back in shape. However, many try and fail to maintain that mindset, sometimes even a week into the new year. Lisa Burnett is a registered dietician with the Cleveland Clinic, and she joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about proper eating habits for 2021. Burnett says the key to eating healthy is to consume “real foods,” which are fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and proteins, and to stay away from the processed, or “fake,” foods. Rather than long-term fasting, she recommends eating every three to four hours, and to make sure those foods have some source of protein. Many foods are loaded in sugar, and sometimes they are hidden in small print on the labels. If one has a craving for sugary foods, she suggests fruit to stave off the sweet tooth.