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The start of the New Year is the perfect time to get back on track with eating healthy. For most of us it is easy to lose sight of your resolutions, but with these helpful tips you’ll be sure to stay healthy:1. Control your portion size

Downsizing your dishes is a great way to cut out extra calories. Try using a smaller plate or bowl; this will help make your portions seem larger than they are.

2. Stay active

It’s always important to stay active. Go for a walk. Ride a bike. The opportunities are endless. Aim for around 30 minutes every day.

3. Cut out the processed foods

Processed foods may seem low in calories, but they can be filled with tons of hidden ingredients that are bad for you. Stick to the fresh fruits and vegetables.

4. Take care of your skin

The sun does lots of damage to your skin over time. Regular facials can help reverse the effects of sun damage. It’s also important to wear sunscreen every day, even when it is cloudy.

5. Think positive

Always think positive and expect good things from yourself! Just by changing the way of thinking, you’ll be looking in be mirror at a much healthier you.

Here’s to a healthy, happy new you!

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Delicious Ways to Color Up Your Diet

MV6104Combine ROYGBIV in your New Years resolution to brighten up your diet. Eating a variety of fruit and vegetables representing all colors of the rainbow gives off antioxidants that help protect your body from harmful compounds.

Red/Pink fruits and vegetables protect against prostate cancer and heart diseases. Try a Quinoa & Smoke Tofu Salad with tangy fresh flavors to add red/pink on your plate. Green helps reduce the risk of cataracts and atherosclerosis. Broccoli with Caramelized Onions & Pine Nuts is high in vitamin C and A. Purple food item, such as blackberries and eggplant, prevent inflammation. Apart from standard recipes, Roasted Eggplant Dip goes well with pita chips.

Eating right along with weekly massages throughout the year helps your body stay in tiptop shape. For more information, visit http://www.massageenvy.com.