Many of us make grandiose but vague New Year’s resolutions to ‘get healthy,’ but the solution to a healthier you starts with small, simple changes that add up to a healthier, happier you!
Oh, New Year’s resolutions! Why are you so hard to stick to? Actually, I’m pretty sure that I know, and I have a proposal for you!
New Year’s resolutions – every year I make them and most years, I manage to keep them in some fashion. Here are five New Year’s resolutions that have to do with food.
We tend to mimic our friends’ behaviors. What if yours were a model for healthy living? Let’s make some healthy new year’s resolutions!
Was great to be back in the studio with a full crew and some extras! We got caught up a bit and talked about an article I’d written for our local daily newspaper about a few simple eco-resolutions we could consider for the New Year, which led to a discussion on strategies for succeeding with them!
As we head into 2012, many of us will be resolving to lose those few extra pounds, save more money, or spend a few more hours with our families and friends. But there are also some resolutions we can make to make our lives a little greener. Each of us, especially in the United States, can make a commitment to reducing our environmental impacts, especially when it comes to our food and drink habits.
Replacing processed foods with whole foods is goal number two in the Michael-Pollan-plan for health and wellness. And no, vegan cheese and soy chorizo are not considered whole foods.
Instead of following an unrealistic and unhealthy weight loss plan this year, why not follow the Michael-Pollan-plan for health and wellness? The goals – “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants” – are guaranteed to produce results.
New Year’s resolutions related to food are probably some of the most common. I guess it makes sense, given that food is such a central part of our lives and [ … ]