10 Goals to Bring Out Your Best

Get back on track from the holidays or any busy time with some easy, balanced choices. We're here with tips, shelf tags, and recipes to guide you in the right direction. Here are 10 goals to get you started. Find the ones that work for you and go for it!

Before you start any new diet or eating style, please consult your physician to see if it is appropriate for you and if any supplements are recommended.

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  1. Power from the plants. Whether you’re a vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian, or just want to eat more plant-based foods, here are a few tips to accomplish this goal.
  2. Smarter snacking. Spending more time at home? It’s easy to lose track of endless snacking.
    • Here are a few smarter ways to snack.
    • Use these tips to conquer any craving, from salty to sweet.

  3. Get more from Mediterranean. Mediterranean-style eating includes vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, herbs, spices, olive oil, and nuts.
    • Here are a few tips to get more Mediterranean-style into your meals.
    • Take a Mediterranean voyage tonight with our Kale and Farro Stew recipe.
    • Take one every night with even more recipes.

  4. Goodbye gluten. We make it easy to find gluten-free goodness. Start by looking for our purple gluten free icons on shelves.
    • Gluten-free diets can be low in fiber, iron, and folate. Check out these tips to keep your diet balanced.
    • Gluten free is easy when you make it with these recipes.

  5. So long, sodium. Cutting back on sodium is possible. Create go-to meals with these tips for scaling back the salt.

  6. Go with your gut—your healthy gut. Learn how probiotics, prebiotics, and the right foods can support better digestive health. We have plenty of supplements, including probiotics—which may help as well. Make sure you check with your doctor before taking any.1

  7. Less sugar. Help your family eat less sugar with these tips and meal ideas.

  8. Eating well. Feeling well. Small shifts in your diet can help improve your nutrition while maintaining energy levels.

  9. Consider paleo and keto. Interested in paleo and keto diets? Here’s a good place to start.

  10. Toast to an alcohol-free month. After a season of parties and celebrations, a dry month can be a welcome reset.
    • These drinks have all the fun with none of the alcohol.

For the Love of You

Choosing how you eat is uniquely personal. It’s about your needs, your preferences, and your goals. As your wellness ally, we’re in your corner with fresh ideas, recipes, and wellness icons that make it easier to shift toward wiser food choices. It’s all about you, at your very best.

Sources

1 Sanders, Mary Ellen, PhD. Probiotics. International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics. Accessed February 19, 2018.