Goal setting can help you improve your eating habits.
Studies show that if you set goals you are more likely to achieve the changes you want to make. Daily healthy eating goals can help you to manage your weight and reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Start with keeping a record of what you eat to see what you need to work on.
Here are some healthy habit ideas for an action plan (so you can focus on eating changes you want to make).
Choose small goals that will work for you.
Are you ready to consider setting a SMART goal?
SMART goals are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Rewarding, and Timely.
An example of a SMART goal is: I will eat one fruit as a snack every day this week.