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.
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.
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.
I will commit to eating better by making homemade meals that consists of more vegetables, fruits, healthy fats, and proteins.
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.
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 ...
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.
I will try to reach a daily intake of 2L of water.
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