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I commit to eating homemade meals with limited take out and limited soda. Ever since I started eating at home, I have lost 26 lbs. I want this trend to continue, but when I had challenging days at work, I just want something comforting. It has taken a mindset change for me to pass the fast food and go home for some good quality. This also means letting go of soda, ...

Added by amyrashelle Blog Commitment to Nutrition 02/27/2024

I will be trying to focus on bringing prepped protein packed meals from home instead of using the cafeteria at work. Working our after a 12 hour and not eating the best meals is a waste so prepping meals will be a objective for me.

Added by msobkowicz Blog Commitment to Nutrition 12/28/2023

I really like sugary foods and drinks, but I find myself being way to tired after consuming it. I am committing to consuming only 1 sugar item every 2 weeks, so I can actually enjoy my sweet tooth, without overly indulging in it and it would actually be a treat instead of a regular habit!

Added by Lolen23 Blog Commitment to Nutrition 10/15/2023

I am committed to drinking at least 2-3 liters of water everyday. Sometimes, I ignore my body's needs to get enough water but I am officially committed to making sure that I am hydrating my body properly to reduce dehydration even during busy clinical shifts!

Added by Taylor Heatherly Blog Commitment to Nutrition 10/15/2023

I commit to eating a healthy diet full of fresh vegetables, fruit, and lean protein. I have found a huge part of feeling my best is not only when I eat nutritional foods but also when I consume enough water. I also commit to drink 2-3L of water a day.   

Added by JShow77 Blog Commitment to Nutrition 10/12/2023

My goal is to increase my intake of protein, vegetables, and fruit while decreasing the amount of carbohydrates I consume.  

Added by NurseEducator Blog Commitment to Nutrition 10/12/2023

My goal is to reduce the amount of fast food to one time per week. Currently at four times per week.

Added by AZnurse23 Blog Commitment to Nutrition 09/29/2023

Instead of using food as a coping mechanism for anxiety and stress, I will try to use physical activity

Added by Fawn Personify Blog Commitment to Nutrition 09/26/2023

So enjoy these posts - they have changed my life and have helped me reach my goals 

I commit to eating at least two servings of fruits and vegetables daily. My goal is to increase quality foods and decrease high calorie foods with no nutritional value.

Added by Placid Heart 118 Blog Commitment to Nutrition 08/24/2023

So, I recently found out I am diabetic. It was very eye opening as this Nurse is about to become the people I care for. i am committed to doing the right thing and getting healthy and following my doctor's recommendations as I want to be healthy for myself and for my children as I am planning on terrorizing them for years to come!

Added by Bcowell3 Blog Commitment to Nutrition 06/20/2023

I am committing to eat a pre-planned (as much as possible) balanced diet. I will return to counting my macros. This works best for me because once I see the numbers on paper, I am more likely to make the healthier choice. My daily intake will include at least 2 full meals. I will limit the consumption of unhealthy snacks. Please send budget friendly recipe ...

Added by heathk4 Blog Commitment to Nutrition 06/18/2023

I don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables. I want to add one fruit and one vegetable to my daily diet . I think I can add one fruit in the morning as a snack and one more vegetable to either my lunch or my dinner. Another option is to add a vegetable as a mid afternoon snack cut that doesn’t sound very appealing! Open to suggestions!

Added by Joanne Hendee Blog Commitment to Nutrition 05/08/2023

I commit to making healthier food choices consistently - Balance my macros more. 

Added by AMusser Blog Commitment to Nutrition 05/02/2023

Increase protein, increase vegetables and fruit intake. Decrease carbohydrates especially breads, cookies, pasta and rice

Added by Joanne Hendee Blog Commitment to Nutrition 05/01/2023

Love going to starbucks and love ordering iced drinks? There's always an option to go light and sugarfree. They can put splenda instead of syrup! I always try to ask for options too when ordering at restaurants. Like soda and fizz? Opt for diet sodas OR even better- soda water! Your body will thank you for it.

For lunch at work, we have challenged all our team members to eat healthy.   Everyday for lunch, everyone must show their meals. It must be focused on less  carbs, less sugar, less fat, more fiber! And more water!  Movement for nutrition!!! Here we go!

I lost 45lbs during the pandemic with diet alone. Now I am exercising regularly, but my diet has fallen back. Today I am making the commitment to get back on track so the rest of this weight can melt away!

Added by Angelmicki Blog Commitment to Nutrition 04/26/2023

Just made cream of squash soup and used, fat free coconut milk and "no-salt seasoning" from costco. I blended the softened, boiled squash and it was tasty even without salt. Try it! Yummy and healthy!!

I’ve been going back and forth for months with trying to include more vegetables and healthy choices into my diet but finally decided I needed to make it a more serious commitment. So I joined a “Jumpstart your Health” program this month led by 3 MDs who live and teach a whole food plant based approach to nutrition. Hoping this educational group class and 3 ...

My commitment is to strengthen my immunity by being intentional with food choices, food preparation, and overall gut health. After recently going through 10 days, 10 DAYS!!!! of suffering from the worst gastritis I have ever experienced - I am committed to researching and changing my behavior towards strengthening my gut health. After a month of ...

Added by Dr. Loop Blog Commitment to Nutrition 04/09/2023

I will drink 3 L of water a day and at least 2 L during my clinical rotations. By the end of any given day I am typically dehydrated so hopefully this will serve as a reminder to drink throughout the day rather than waiting until I am incredibly thirsty. 

Added by Madisen K Blog Commitment to Nutrition 03/26/2023

I will drink 2L of water a day and limit my intake of tea/soda to 1-2 times a week. I currently drink very little water, maybe none within a day, and instead live off of caffeine. I commit to drink water and improve my health in this way. 

Added by Kirsten Jeitz Blog Commitment to Nutrition 03/25/2023

I commit to take the time out of my day to relax and cook a nutrient dense meal in order to ensure I get the proper nutrition to sustain a health body.

Added by abrilcaridad Blog Commitment to Nutrition 03/25/2023

I will commit to eating better by making homemade meals that consists of more vegetables, fruits, healthy fats, and proteins. 

Added by Jordan Underwood Blog Commitment to Nutrition 03/25/2023

My goal is to consume more fruits and vegetables and eat out less than 3 times a week to decrease the amount of fast foods and greasy foods that I consume.  

Added by Ewellz Blog Commitment to Nutrition 03/21/2023

I have been in a low/ no carb diet for years now. And it was quick to lose weight and lower my blood pressure and cholesterol all those years I've been doing this diet. But now that I'm in my 40s, I plateaud and my weight has been up and down. I realized that since I was not consuming carbs, my metabolism was compromised. Now I know there should always be a ...

Mindful and healthy eating. 

Added by Ellen Tran Blog Commitment to Nutrition 03/06/2023

My goal is to eat 5 servings of fruits, vegetables and whole grains per day. I will do this by making a grocery list with these items each week, meal prepping and including these food groups in ways and meals that I enjoy. 

Added by Annika Blog Commitment to Nutrition 03/06/2023

I will try to reach a daily intake of 2L of water.

Added by Jazmin Sanchez Blog Commitment to Nutrition 09/28/2022

Refined sugar go away. Reducing and limiting intake of those tasty crystals everyones' brain craves 

Added by tcrc Blog Commitment to Nutrition 08/31/2022

I commit to eating better and less fast food.  My goal is to eat more veggies, proteins and fruits daily.  My goal is to decrease sugar and carb intake.  

Added by Sneeley Blog Commitment to Nutrition 05/10/2022

Maintain a partial keto nutritional plan.    Meet with dietician once every 2 months over next year.   Lose 10 pounds. 

Added by Beth Good Blog Commitment to Nutrition 03/20/2022

I commit to increasing my water intake by 2mL/day, until I reach 64mL/day, starting at 24mL/day.

Added by LaineyRN Blog Commitment to Nutrition 03/06/2022

I commit to eating 3-4  servings veggies/fruits daily over the next month to improve my overall  eating habits and improve my health. 🥬🥒🫑🥑🍓🫐🍌

Added by Melissa46Pedi Blog Commitment to Nutrition 02/04/2022

I have struggled with sticking to my nutrition plan strictly. We did traveling and birthday's in January. I am going to focus on sticking to my 30 day plan to decrease inflammation, increase my energy, balance out my hormones and in turn get clearer skin and feel like crazy from my PMDD. I am committed to feeling  better and being better for me. 

Added by FrankieMoore Blog Commitment to Nutrition 01/24/2022

I am committing to make every effort to avoid any and all foods that contain added sugar, in any form. I have already stopped adding salt to my food, and have stuck with that for several months now. Several family members, as well as myself, have hypertension. Diabetes has always been a big fear of mine, even though none of my family members have it; ...

Added by LisaH,RN Blog Commitment to Nutrition 01/24/2022

Maintain Healthy Relationships, Get a Good Night's Sleep. Find Meaning in Your Work. Make Time for Leisure

Added by Rhoselfine Ramos Blog Commitment to Nutrition 01/20/2022

This year I am commiting to actually eating the recommended amount of vegetables! By the end of the year I am hoping to have increased my veggie recipe repertoire and actively go to veggies as snacks!

Added by ChristiM Blog Commitment to Nutrition 01/05/2022

I commit to only eating out for 2 meals a week and will make a point to make healthy choices while out to eat.

Added by Bowlin02 Blog Commitment to Nutrition 11/04/2021

I challenge myself to continue and to improve my current nutrition status. I have started to eat more vegetables and fruits. I am committed to eating at least 3 meals a days, less snacking, although it's not a bunch of sweets. It is mostly something in the CHO family. I must say that I drink plenty of fluids and is a stickler for staying hydrated. I also have to ...

Added by AnnieG2 Blog Commitment to Nutrition 10/09/2021

I will have one more piece of fruit each day

Added by Mary Lou Howard Blog Commitment to Nutrition 09/19/2021

I commit to eating more whole foods, less candy, and drinking more water. I also commit to only drinking 5 or less alcoholic beverages per week.

Added by Haley B. Blog Commitment to Nutrition 08/14/2021

I’m committing to less snacks, sugary and processed foods.  I will eat more whole foods to better my health.

Added by PamB Blog Commitment to Nutrition 08/12/2021

I will be committed to being more mindful on my eating habits, tracking accurately on WW and moving my body more.  I will also challenge myself to push harder in activity and exercise because I know I can. 

Added by Rsanchez7 Blog Commitment to Nutrition 08/09/2021

I commit to drink wine no more than two times/week for the next month. This feels challenging with the start of school looming. 

Added by Debbi Giossi Blog Commitment to Nutrition 07/31/2021

SLEEP is POWER FOOD is FUEL MOVEMENT is MEDICINE  

Added by Kim, RN Blog Commitment to Nutrition 04/27/2021

I commit to eating healthier, well balanced foods, sleep for 8 or more hours 5 days of the week (at least), and 30 mins or more of moderate-intense physical activity at least 3 days each week. 

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I commit to eating homemade meals with limited take out and limited soda. Ever since I started eating at home, I have lost 26 lbs. I want this trend to continue, but when I had challenging days at work, I just want something comforting. It has taken a mindset change for me to pass the fast food and go home for some good quality. This also means letting go of soda, ...

Added by amyrashelle Blog Commitment to Nutrition 02/27/2024
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I will be trying to focus on bringing prepped protein packed meals from home instead of using the cafeteria at work. Working our after a 12 hour and not eating the best meals is a waste so prepping meals will be a objective for me.

Added by msobkowicz Blog Commitment to Nutrition 12/28/2023
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I really like sugary foods and drinks, but I find myself being way to tired after consuming it. I am committing to consuming only 1 sugar item every 2 weeks, so I can actually enjoy my sweet tooth, without overly indulging in it and it would actually be a treat instead of a regular habit!

Added by Lolen23 Blog Commitment to Nutrition 10/15/2023
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Most Recent Comments

Yes this is what I'm doing too. Less carbs. It's harder than I thought though lol @NurseEducator 

@Lolen23 Great job listening to your body! Excellent commitment!

@Taylor Heatherly There have been several hydration challenges on here, if you search them, there's a lot of great ideas to help keep you hydrated!

You've got this!!!