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Chow Bella's One-Stop Guide to Eating Healthy in 2013

We feel your pain.

No, really. Literally -- we feel pain. We drank so much egg nog during the month of December that we're not sure we're right in the nog anymore -- and don't get us started on all the pie, cookies, candy. Oh, and last night? We don't want to think about that.

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But it's a new year. Okay, a new day, at least. A fresh start. And with that in mind, for the past few weeks, Chow Bella's writers have been gathering the best tips (and things to avoid) for you when it comes to getting healthy in 2013. As one last holiday gift, we've gathered them all together for your reading pleasure. We figure you aren't moving very quickly today, anyway. Might as well curl up with a handful of Advil and a good blog post or two.

If you're like us, you're looking for a quick fix. A cleanse might be the answer:

5 Cleanses to Detox the Holidays Away

Here are some quick fixes to avoid:

5 Fad Diets to Avoid in 2013

And if you're really looking to get serious about getting healthy, take some advice from an expert:

9 Simple Steps to Eating Healthier in 2013

Here are more tips on what to eat and what to avoid:

5 Dishes at Chain Restaurants to Skip for Something Healthier (and Just as Tasty) at Local Eateries in Greater Phoenix

If none of the rest of it works, there's always this as a last resort:

5 Disgusting Foods That Will Make You Eat Healthy In the New Year

Eat well! See you around in 2013.

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