This article, entitled "Mom Energy: A Simple Plan to Live Fully Charged," is presented by the Almond Growers Farmer Association of California.
A Harris Interactive survey conducted in late 2013 found that while many people make New Year’s resolutions to change their lives, only about 40% keep their resolutions past the first month. It’s the same reason that health club memberships increase 30 to 50 percent in January, but are back to normal in March. It’s also why people who resolve to eat healthier are statistically among the first to forget their resolutions.
Just when the urge to splurge is tempting us to give up on our resolutions, internationally renowned dietitian Ashley Koff, RD., shares some amazing strategies for inspiring people to continue healthy eating habits.
Koff regularly appears on national television programs, including “The Dr. Oz Show,” “The Doctors” and other national and local news programs. She frequently writes articles for national publications, including The New York Times, O!: The Oprah Magazine, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Redbook, and Women’s Health. She is currently a contributing editor for Prevention and Natural Health magazines, and has her own online column AskAshley@Prevention.com. Koff’s been the featured on-air dietitian for several reality shows including the CW’s “Shedding for the Wedding” and Lifetime’s “Love Handles.” She is the author of “Mom Energy: A Simple Plan to Live Fully Charged” as well as “Recipes for IBS.”