LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Jan 2, 2014) - Terra Wellington, Wellness and Lifestyle Contributor, shares some healthy living goals for 2014.
The problem most people have when it comes to keeping their New Year's resolutions is goal size. For healthy living, most people want to eat right, lose weight, take better care of their families and planet -- the list grows large. So the first tip is to think about what you want by next December and then work backwards on a calendar from there. Focus on little chunks of tasks leading up to the main goal.
For most of us the goal should be a sensible one. For example, pick little things each month that can be permanently changed with ease like switching to low-sugar, high-fiber cereals, eating fruits and veggies for every meal, and snacking on organic, real food. One snack you can choose is Taste of Nature snack bars. They are 100 percent organic, non-GMO, gluten free and under 200 calories. You can actually see and taste the real fruits, nuts, and seeds in every bar.
One of the top food trends for 2014 is home cooking and making foods from scratch, not only to save money but also because people want a homemade taste. Try a new zero-calorie sweetener, Monk Fruit In The Raw® made by the folks who brought you Sugar In The Raw®, to keep sugar and calorie count down. It's made from a vine-ripened monk fruit, which is native to South East Asia and you can sweeten beverages and baked goods. It comes in packets and a Bakers Bag that measures cup-for-cup like sugar.
For more information, please visit: www.terrawellington.com
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