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whitney says ...
Work out at least twice a week, and eat less bad carbs :)
01/03/2011 2:53:41 PM CST
Chris says ...
Reorganizing kitchen so I have more counter space for quick prep and less buried pantry items in cupboards.
01/03/2011 2:53:48 PM CST
Heather says ...
Great idea! I need to eat less fast food and more from home. Especially since I work FT from home. I'm particularly interested in vegetarian proteins. In addition to great fresh salads, I'm into gourmet soups right now!
01/03/2011 2:53:54 PM CST
Kay says ...
Definitely cooking more mindfully at home! I usually eat at home but more often than not I throw things together that are easy (compared to healthy). I'd love to have more complete and balanced meals at home and for lunch at work!
01/03/2011 2:53:58 PM CST
Jen says ...
I plan on cutting back on processed foods and eating more organically.
01/03/2011 2:53:59 PM CST
Matt M says ...
I need to figure out how I can shop for my Type 2 diabetes and still have fun cooking and eating the right stuff!
01/03/2011 2:54:04 PM CST
Rachel R. says ...
I'd like to incorporate more veggies into my meals - I don't seem to ever eat enough!
01/03/2011 2:54:05 PM CST
Shanny says ...
Eating healthy in 2011, a continued tradition in our household!
01/03/2011 2:54:12 PM CST
Gwen Trahan says ...
I am really looking forward to eating more healthy, whole grains and organic produce in 2011. I have been trying to restock my pantry with beans, whole grains and whole wheat varieties but I would like to know more about what else is out there! My motivation comes from my desire to be more healthy and active. I had started a weight loss program in late 2010 and although I'v edone well, I want to continue and bump up my success in the new year! I believe that this would be a fantastic opportunity to do so! Thanks Gwen Trahan
01/03/2011 2:54:15 PM CST
Jessica Klotz says ...
We are going entirely raw for a month!! Then are sticking with a whole food diet from then on. We grow a garden and participate in a CSA but we still have to get out Whole Foods fix at least twice a month!
01/03/2011 2:54:37 PM CST
Mona says ...
Make more healthy smoothies!
01/03/2011 2:54:38 PM CST
Sean says ...
I plan to do more juicing besides just wheat grass. I buy my wheat grass at whole foods and had the juicer at home. I would like to fast a couple of times a month with just organic juice.
01/03/2011 2:54:39 PM CST
Colure says ...
My husband is going to be entering full-time grad school this year, so we will be doing some CRAZY cutting back on our food budget! Being able to still eat healthy while on a tiny budget is really important to us. Buying fresh veggies only when we need them and using them quickly helps eliminate food waste, and buying our grains in bulk, and not eating a lot of meat, helps us save money in our pantry!
01/03/2011 2:54:40 PM CST
Whitney M says ...
I received the Clean Eating cookbook for christmas and I vow to try more new recipes, cook more during the week instead of turning to convenience foods, eat more veggies and cut back on the carbs.
01/03/2011 2:54:41 PM CST
Heather Shea says ...
I recently found out that I have a gluten intolerance, so my goal for healthy eating this year is to avoid gluten, while still enjoying everything I eat. I love to cook, so I'd really like to learn some new gluten-free recipes. I read quite a few gluten free blogs, and I've also purchased some new cookbooks, and they really help to give me some new ideas.
01/03/2011 2:54:49 PM CST
Jenny Dempsey says ...
My healthy changes this year is going to be to focus on intuitive eating. Eat what you like, stop when you're full. Focus on providing your body with nutrients to keep it working at it's absolute best. I also want to try shopping for more local fruits, veggies and meat by increasing my trips to the local farmer's market.
01/03/2011 2:54:50 PM CST
Jen Bernardi says ...
My husband and I are recommitting to healthful eating! We always struggle to keep a well-stocked pantry of non-perishables because we have limited space. I'd love the tips and suggested products almost as much as the gift card!
01/03/2011 2:55:12 PM CST
Tripp says ...
I plan on using more local organic grown produce, local humanely raised meats, and whole grains.
01/03/2011 2:55:13 PM CST
Katie says ...
As a college student, it's hard to have a healthy diet AND a low budget, especially when you're allergic to dairy, eggs, tree nuts, and peanuts...Whole Foods is basically the only place I can shop!
01/03/2011 2:55:14 PM CST
Katie says ...
My 2011 food resolutions are to stop wasting produce, plan meals in advance, and eat whole, nutritious foods.
01/03/2011 2:55:29 PM CST
shari says ...
I plan to continue with veggies and fruits as my primary food intake. I'd like to bring in more healthy grains that have good tastes.
01/03/2011 2:55:32 PM CST
Bethany says ...
I've always been a healthy-ish eater, but with my wedding coming up in May, I'm kicking into high gear! I've recently become a vegetarian, which is not easy with a meat loving fiance. Did I mention he is also addicted to chocolate chip cookies and is skinny as a rail? Not a good habit to bring into our home. This year, I am forcefully trying to get all processed food out of our home and create a "clean eating" lifestyle for both of us. But with the cost of our wedding, honeymoon and moving into a bigger place, we can't always afford what we want at Whole Foods. Clean eating, incorporated with our regimented work out schedule (which we've always had) will ensure we look ridiculously healthy and fantastic at our wedding...and beyond!
01/03/2011 2:55:33 PM CST
Christine says ...
As a student with a very limited budget, I still try to eat healthy by cooking my own food and basing my diet off of cheap items such as pasta, rice, and fresh vegetables. No microwave meals in this apartment! Still, I often have trouble knowing how to shop without going to the store every day before making the meal, and spending too much money. I would love to get advice and help making my pantry more affordable and healthier!
01/03/2011 2:55:43 PM CST
Ryan Scott says ...
We are planning on eating healthier in 2011, if ou budget allows more foods without bad additives
01/03/2011 2:55:52 PM CST
Mark says ...
Only natural sugar, nothing refined or processed.
01/03/2011 2:55:58 PM CST

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