We all know we should eat healthy but saying “I will eat better” isn’t very specific and can sometimes seem overwhelming. Instead, set smaller, more specific goals like "I will eat one more vegetable every day." Remember, while your goals should be challenging, they should also be reachable. There are some simple things you can do to eat better, one meal at a time, and live healthier each and every day!
Want to work on portion control? Try using smaller plates. That way you’ll feel like you are eating a whole plate of food without over indulging. When eating out, ask for a to-go box when you order and take home half of your meal to enjoy later.
Want a simple weight loss tip? Don't forget the veggies! Adding colorful fruits and vegetables to every meal will help you feel full without taking in too many calories.
Healthy eating is something the whole family can enjoy --- make food fun! Let your kids be produce pickers by encouraging them to pick fruits and veggies at the store. Kids are more willing to try new foods when they’re involved in the process.
There are many ways everyone can improve their health in 2016: eat healthier meals, be more physically active, quit smoking, and get screened for cancer. It's not too late to start your New Year's resolutions and it's never too late to be healthy!