Melissa DelMastro

New Years Resolutions

The no. 1 resolution that most people make is to eat healthier. More than two thirds of American adults are considered to be overweight or obese, so it should come as no surprise that diet is the first thing people want to tackle in the new year. Okay, so you made a resolution to get healthier and fitter this year, but you’re not sure how to do it, right? New Year’s Day brings resolutions of healthier living for many people all over the world. Keep it simple and just add one thing to your daily routine, a glass or two of fresh vegetable-based juice. Fresh is the important factor, no bottles or store bought juice but fresh prepared blends of healthy choices like kale, spinach, beet, carrots mixed with a little fruit to keep it tasty. The mix of live enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins and other nutrients will give your body a boost of energy, as well as encourage an overall healthier environment. We recommend using a quality juicer such as a Ceado ES700. Your body will thank you for the much needed nutrients.

Don’t keep your resolution a secret. Tell friends and family members who will be there to support your resolve to improve your health by juicing. The best-case scenario is to find a buddy who shares your New Year’s resolution and motivate each other. Obsessing over the occasional slip won’t help you achieve your goal. Do the best you can each day, and take one day at a time. The first couple weeks will probably be the most difficult. Experts say it takes about 21 days for a new activity to become a habit and six months for it to become part of your personality. It won’t happen overnight, so be persistent and patient!If you have totally run out of steam when it comes to keeping your resolution by mid-February, don’t despair. Start over again! Recommit yourself for 24 hours. You can do anything for 24 hours. The 24-hour increments will soon build on each other and, before you know it, you will be back on track. Good luck!