We all know the resolution routine so well: get healthy, eat well, and exercise at the start of a new year. Most of us start strong. We pile our plates with healthy protein, fresh salads, and fruit, then cut out the sweet treats and cocktails. But then that freezing cold mid-February weather hits, and nothing brings more comfort than a gooey grilled cheese sandwich or hot bowl of pasta. So, the healthy eating habits slowly begin to slip. It’s easy to get discouraged and give up.
Why not try something different this year? Instead of fighting a losing battle with your body, stick to these tips to enjoy what you eat and feel fuller longer.
Making these small changes will allow you to have a better relationship with food and enjoy your daily meals. Cheers to a new year and a new positive outlook on healthy eating!
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