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Two-Part Resolutions for Healthy Eating that Work

Last year, I made a New Year's resolution that I actually kept. My resolution worked for me because it combined an aspiration (why) with practical steps (how). The aspiration provided the inspiration and motivation and the practical steps let me actually do something about it.

My Resolution: Use Less Plastic

Why use less plastic

  • The chemicals that leach from plastic into food probably cause many health problems, including lower IQs, lower fertility and altered sexual development, and higher risk of cancer. Embryos and growing children are at the most risk, but the chemicals affect fish and wildlife exposed to polluted water.

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12 delicious, easy tips to help you keep your New Year's resolutions

I love fresh starts, which is why I always look forward to making my New Year's resolutions. This year, for the first time since I was 27, I won't be resolving to lose weight. Not 20 pounds, not 10 pounds, not 5 pounds. I'm at my wedding weight again and this time without the pre-wedding diet and exercise frenzy! I did it by cooking delicious, seasonal food from scratch.

Camille Armantrout and Linda Watson with the zebra at Trout's Farm

Here's how I kept my 2013 resolutions to save money, get healthy, and lose weight

  1. Connect. Getting in touch with yourself, your family and friends, and your ...

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