Last Updated on September 22, 2022 by Create Better Health
Did you make resolutions at the start of the new year? If so, how is it going? It is said that 80% of New Years resolutions fail by February. Oftentimes, people set too lofty of goals. When the reach is too high, you are setting yourself up to fail. Focusing on small changes over time is a more successful way to tackle resolutions. MyPlate offers the following five tips:
When it comes to your goals to create better health, use these tips to turn your resolutions into real solutions. Focus on today and the small changes you can make now. Plan fun ways to be more active, and recruit friends and family to help you on your journey. Most importantly, take time to celebrate your successes.
If your resolutions include eating more healthy, it is important to have recipe ideas on hand. Here’s a tasty one to add to your menu.
The recipe calls for shredded Brussels sprouts. A food grater works well, or try sticking them in a food processor, or simply chopping them with a large knife. If you don’t have quinoa on hand, brown rice will work just as well. The recipe makes a great salad, can be used as filling for a sandwich or wrap, or served on top of grilled chicken. Enjoy!