The gyms are packed, diet books are flying off the shelves… it must be January!
The New Year brings with it promise of better health habits because it represents an opportunity to turn over a new leaf.
The most popular New Year’s resolutions tend to be nutrition-related and for good reason. Improving your eating habits can make you feel better, look better and be the healthiest you ever!
Skeptics of New Year’s resolutions say they don’t work because people set their sights too high. Take a look at the goals you’ve set for yourself and think about whether they’re realistic, specific and achievable.
Research shows that you’re more likely to be successful when you start with seemingly small changes, such as adding an extra serving of vegetables to your lunch or bringing healthy snacks to work. Once you master a smaller change, you’re ready to add on more small positive changes. This builds your confidence and momentum until before you know it, you’re healthier than ever!
Here are my top 5 healthy eating changes that will help you eat (and feel) your best this year: