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.

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Amy Silverman is a two-time winner of the Arizona Press Club’s Journalist of the Year award. Her work has appeared on the radio show This American Life and in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Lenny Letter, and Brain, Child. She’s the co-curator of the live reading series Bar Flies, and a commentator for KJZZ, the NPR affiliate in Phoenix. Silverman is the author of the book My Heart Can’t Even Believe It: A Story of Science, Love, and Down Syndrome (Woodbine House 2016). Follow her on Instagram (@amysilverman), Twitter (@amysilvermanaz), and at