When it comes to New Year's resolutions, you know the drill: Don't tackle crazy-vague or impossibly ambitious goals. Instead, set laser-focused ones that fall under the category of challenging, but not overwhelming. 

Many of us, however, do set out on a specific mission (to eat healthier, lose weight, or exercise more) and still miss the mark—namely, because some of our targeted resolutions look great on the outside, but are actually really counterproductive. 

Just ask these nutritionists, who gave us the scoop on the worst resolutions they've ever heard from their clients. Some might even sound familiar (well, except for number three):

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