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Attainable Nutrition Resolutions: 30 Day Nutrition Challenge to Achieve Success

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Attainable Nutrition Resolutions: 30 Day Nutrition Challenge to Achieve Success

If you’re like most people, as you approach a 30-Day Health Challenge, you’re making a mental list of all of the amazing changes you want to make to your lifestyle.  Although making grand statements to improve your eating habits is well intentioned, many people “fall off the bandwagon” over time.  Still, research does show that making resolutions to improve yourself is a useful activity.  People who explicitly make resolutions are ten times more likely to attain their goals than people who don’t.

By: Jennifer Broxterman, MSc, RD
Registered Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist
NutritionRx | Professional nutrition counselling services in London, Ontario, Canada.

Download the 30-Day Nutrition Challenge Check List HERE:

Print this off and hang it on your refrigerator to keep yourself accountable.

So what’s the key to keeping a resolution?  Those who are most successful make their goals SIMPLE, SPECIFIC, and WITHIN REACH.  Small, reasonable changes are better correlated with success than huge, sweeping statements such as “I’m cutting out all sweets” or “I want to lose 15 pounds”.

If you’re serious about improving your eating habits for the long run, consider these easy, step-by-step 30-day eat-healthier resolutions.  Below is a SIMPLE, SPECIFIC, and ATTAINABLE goal check-list that challenges you to adopt one “healthy eating” behaviour each day so that you remain on-track for all 30 days of the challenge!

Suggested Reading: How To Set SMART Running Goals

Wishing you health, happiness, and most importantly, SUCCESS with your health journey,

Jennifer Broxterman, MSc, RD
Registered Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist for Runners Feed

Visit the links below to explore each day’s goal in greater detail:

Day 1: Clean Sweep

Day 2: Grocery Shopping

Day 3: Prepare a “Veggie Bucket”

Day 4: Vegetables at Lunch

Day 5: Vegetables at Lunch

Day 6: Fruit at Breakfast

Day 7: Hydration

Day 8: Benefits of Tea

Day 9: Practice Mindful Eating

Day 10: Omega-3 Fish

Day 11: Omega-3 Flaxseeds & Chia Seeds

Day 12: Try a New Recipe

Day 13: Limit Alcohol

Day 14: Nuts & Seeds

Day 15: Plan Your Meals

Day 16: Grocery List

Day 17: Batch Cook & Freeze Leftovers

Day 18: Water Break Mid-Afternoon

Day 19: Avoid Eating Out

Day 20: Fruit Smoothie

Day 21: New Herbs & Spices

Day 22: New Vegetable or Fruit

Day 23: Dark Green Vegetables

Day 24: Bright Orange Vegetables & Fruit

Day 25: Practice Positive Self-Talk

Day 26: Salad at Dinner

Day 27: Snack Attack

Day 28: Cut Out Sugary Beverages

Day 29: Rainbow of Colour

Day 30: Set a New Goal or Repeat a Missed Goal 

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