January 22, 2015 15:25 ET

A Better You in 2015

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jan 22, 2015) - Rob Fletcher, the founder of America's Next Great Trainer, shares tips and motivation to make 2015 the best year yet.

Cravings can be hard, but it's important to look closely to the nutritional facts of the food we're eating. Find foods you can indulge in without the guilt. Alexia Smart Classics Crinkle Cut Fries are a great example of a tasty and convenient option to have on hand in the freezer to satisfy those fry cravings. They are roasted, and made from all-natural Yukon select potatoes. Plus they are 98% fat free and 100 calories per serving. These taste great, and make for a smarter choice as a side or even a snack.

While you're looking more closely at the food you consume, it's important to remember to eat according to your post meal activities. The proper foods and beverages are fuel and provide the energy you will need to go the distance. More energy, means more productivity and a healthier, happier you. Find snacks like Grape-Nuts Fit granola packed with protein and fiber to fuel your everyday adventures and workouts. With 9 grams of protein per serving and simple ingredients like cranberries, crunchy nuggets, and puffed barley, a granola like this is a great supplement to kick start your day or incorporate as a snack.

This year, make hydration a priority. Staying hydrated can help boost energy levels, promote weight loss, and more. For those who want to make their water exciting, try SodaStream, the leading at-home sparkling water maker that transforms tap water into sparkling or flavored sparkling water in seconds. A recent survey found that people who own a sparkling water maker consumed 43% more water-based beverages than those who did not.

The key to success is being consistent, with small, gradual, realistic, changes. It's hard to make extreme changes, but you choose to live positive, healthy, fit, confident and strong!

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