With the New Year comes New Year’s resolutions. People all around are feeling the impact of over indulging during the holidays and are ready to kickoff January with a fresh and healthful start. So many are setting lofty goals of weight loss, planning to eat healthier foods and exercise regularly in 2019. But how can you actually achieve your goals and make your resolutions stick?
Achieving overall good health requires changes to your lifestyle and mindset, and I’m happy to share some key advice that will get you on a pathway to good health in 2019 and beyond. Remember it takes at least 12 weeks for lifestyle changes to become ingrained and habitual. Be patient.
Maybe you’ve never had issues with gluten intolerance; or maybe you’re just a “glutton for gluten.” Regardless, with gluten-free ingredients more bountiful today than ever before, and given that changes in gut bacteria can activate gluten intolerance in people who have gone years without any issues, there is no better time than 2019 to reconsider going “against the grain.”