An apple a day keeps your weight loss worries at bay. (Photo courtesy of Karen Pearson)
If you are a frequent gym goer, you may have noticed the after work crowd has been a little sparse lately. The same goes with that veggie-packed market down the block from your house. That's because by mid-February most resolution setters have given up on their diet and fitness goals. In fact, in a recent Silk survey, 71 percent of women said eating healthier is one of the most difficult resolutions to keep, meaning that's the first thing to go when life gets a little crazy.
To make sure you don't get lumped into the statistic of those throwing in the towel, healthy living expert Kathy Freston shared her tips to stick to your diet resolutions. Keep these three easy tricks in mind and make it through 2012 with your diet in tact:
1. Switch out milk for Silk soymilk, almond, or coconut milk in your cereal. These are great alternatives ease into a more plant-based diet.
2. Eat an apple a day. Apples are rich in dietary fiber and a lower calorie snack that will leave you feeling full.
3. Stay hydrated by drinking eight ounces of water a day, eight times a day. H2O too boring for you? Add an orange or cucumber to your glass to give it some extra flavor.
Now tell us: Have you stuck with your resolutions so far? How do you do it?