Self-improvement is the American way, so it’s no surprise that 40% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions. While the most popular, health-centric resolution is to lose weight, research from the University of Scranton suggests only 8% of people actually achieve their New Year’s goals – no matter what they are.
If you’re one of those individuals making a list of things you want to change in 2014 – keep it simple and be realistic! For my no-fail secrets to achieving your New Year’s goals, don’t miss my eye-opening blog post http://www.driscolls.com/community/blog/healthy-3pm-snacking.
If you’ve resolved to eat healthier or just amp up the nutrition in your meals, check out my new cookbook, The Truly Healthy Family Cookbook. No matter how large or small your family, everyone will find delicious, healthy recipes to call their “favorite.” The book is filled with breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert recipes – plus tips, hints and inspiration – to help you achieve a slimmer, trimmer you in 2014!
For those who have terrific willpower until the afternoon – when cravings strike for sweet or salty snacks – don’t miss my five, new videos about beating that 3 p.m. snack attack!
Last, but not least, if you need daily motivation, connect with me on Twitter. I’m always happy to answer your burning nutrition questions.
Happy, healthy New Year!