New Year, New Goals- How To Begin 2018 With A Fresh Start

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New Year, New Goals- How To Begin 2018 With A Fresh Start

Ah, the holiday season. A time filled with home cooked meals, delicious baked goods, and all of the snacks imaginable. All of the irresistible goodies make it the hardest time of the year to stick to a healthy diet.

We live busy lives, sometimes making it hard to take a minute and come up with a plan for how we’re going to get organized and start on a better and healthier path. Believe it or not, food is actually one of the biggest triggers when it comes to having control over your life. How many times have you stopped to get fast food on the drive home because it was easier than cooking dinner? Not to mention it’s usually cheaper to buy unhealthy processed food than it is to buy fresh fruits and vegetables at the grocery store.

So, did you fall off the wagon with your diet this holiday season? Don’t fret, it is almost the new year which means there is a chance to start fresh. Starting fresh does not just have to be in one area of your life. There are a multitude of ways to “start fresh” and declutter your life to kick off the new year to a great, clean start. Starting with a healthy diet can be the first step to your new lifestyle!

You might be thinking, “I don’t have the time to research healthy recipes, it’s easier just to stick to what I know”. Well, this blog is perfect for you. Here are 7 days worth of simple, healthy and nutritious breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes along with some delicious snacks.

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Snacks

These meals are simple and give a variety of different styles to avoid being tired of eating the same things day in and day out. 

A few things to end with: Remember to drink a lot of water. It is recommended that we drink 2 liters per day. Next, it is not necessary to completely cut out the “bad” or junk foods in your diet all at once, it is all about moderation and the correct portion size. Along with dietary changes, working out 3-4 times per week for 30 minutes to an hour can benefit your health tremendously. Don’t forget, always consult with your doctor before beginning a new diet and/or exercise routines.

Good luck and Happy New Year from all of us here at The Resource Center!

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