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New Year, New Habits: Eating Healthier in 2023

If your goal is To eat healthier in 2023, One simple and effective way to do this is by focusing on forming healthier eating habits.

Here are a 5 strategies that can help you succeed:

Plan Ahead

One of the keys to eating healthier is to plan ahead. This can help to ensure that you have healthy meals and snacks available when you need them and can help to prevent impulse eating or relying on unhealthy options. Try making a weekly meal plan and grocery list, and consider prepping meals in advance to make it easier to stick to your plan.

Incorporate More Vegetables

Vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet and are packed with nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Try to incorporate more vegetables into your meals and snacks, and consider trying different types of vegetables to add variety to your diet.

Choose Whole Foods over processed

Whole foods are unprocessed or lightly processed and are typically more nutritious than highly processed foods. They include items such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, and seeds. Highly processed foods are often high in added sugars, salt, and unhealthy fats, and can be low in nutrients. Focusing on whole foods can help to ensure that you are getting the nutrients your body needs and can help to support overall health and wellness.

Be Mindful of Portions

Eating healthy doesn't have to mean eating less, but it's important to be mindful of portion sizes. This can help to ensure that you are getting the nutrients you need without overdoing it on calories. Consider using smaller plates and bowls to help control portion sizes, and be mindful of the amount of food you are consuming.

Stay Hydrated

Drinking plenty of water is important for overall health and can help to support healthy digestion and metabolism. Aim to drink at least eight cups of water per day and consider carrying a water bottle with you to make it easier to stay hydrated throughout the day.

Don't Forget About Dessert

Eating healthy doesn't have to mean giving up your favorite treats. Instead of cutting out dessert altogether, try to balance it with the rest of your diet. Consider opting for healthier dessert options such as fruit (blended up frozen fruit makes a great ice cream), yogurt, or dark chocolate, and as always, be mindful of portion sizes.

By following these strategies, and focusing on whole, minimally processed foods - you can make progress towards healthier eating habits in 2023. Remember, it's about balance and making small changes that you can sustain over time.

We want you to succeed, Have a great, Happy New Year!

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