Whether your resolution is to lose weight, become fitter, reduce stress or get more sleep – these foods can help you stick to your goal.
Nutritionist and registered dietitian Patricia Bannan, based in Los Angeles, explained the key to keeping your resolutions is to keep it simple and realistic.
“You want to focus on the positive of the resolution, such as including one extra serving of vegetables in your diet a day, versus the negative of never eating another cookie,” Bannan said.
If losing weight is your goal, add whole foods with healthy fats to your diet – like an avocado.
“One-fifth of a Hass avocado has 50 calories, and it’s a great topping instead of something like butter or mayonnaise,” Bannan said.