Jessica Levinson: January 9, 2018

TIME-SAVING TIPS FOR STICKING TO THOSE NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS

 START THE YEAR OFF RIGHT WITH LIFESTYLE TWEAKS THAT WILL KEEP YOU ON TRACK THIS YEAR AND BEYOND

PLUS: MICRO-WORKOUTS YOU CAN DO AROUND THE OFFICE/HOME

Jessica Levinson, MS, RDN, CDN

Nationally Recognized Nutrition Expert

It’s no secret that the majority of Americans make some type of New Year’s resolutions to start the year off on the right foot, and health and diet resolutions, including eating healthier and exercising more top the list. Though Americans are getting better at upholding our New Year’s resolutions, the majority say they typically don’t last longer than 6 months, and only 28% are still upholding their 2017 resolutions now. Time is cited as one of the biggest obstacles we encounter when trying to stick to our goals. But there are ways for even the busiest people to incorporate small changes into their lifestyle that are time saving AND good for them!

In this satellite interview, nutrition expert, Jessica Levinson will share some time saving tips that will help us stick to our New Year’s resolutions beyond January and maintain our overall wellness goals. She’ll stress that small changes can make a big difference and that we do not have to aggressively overhaul our entire lifestyle to make an impact.

Her tips include:

  • Micro-workouts, short exercises you do around the house/office, can help bridge the gap in your workout routines when you just don’t have time to get to the gym. Minor changes go a long way.
  • Mark it in your calendar. Schedule your fitness the same way you do doctor’s appointments, your children’s afterschool activities, or plans with friends.
  • Being held accountable to someone makes it much harder to skip a workout. Whether it’s a trainer at the gym or a friend you’re meeting for a run, find someone who will motivate you to stick to your commitments.

For more information, please visit www.Centrum.com.

MORE ABOUT JESSICA LEVINSON:

Jessica Levinson, MS, RDN, CDN is a nationally recognized nutrition expert with a focus on culinary nutrition and communications. Jessica’s passion lies in the kitchen, where she develops nutritious and delicious recipes to feed her family and to inspire others to do the same. On her  blog, Jessica shares her easy recipes, meal planning tips, and school lunchbox ideas. You’ll also get an inside look into the challenges she faces in the kitchen and around the table. Jessica frequently lends her culinary expertise and practical eating tips to lifestyle magazines and websites, including Prevention, Fitness, SELF, SHAPE, Everyday Health, and Women’s Health. She is also a contributing writer for various magazines and websites and has appeared on numerous local and national television and radio segments. Jessica graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics, both from New York University. She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and active in several sub-practice groups including Food and Culinary Professionals, Nutrition Entrepreneurs, and Dietitians in Business and Communications.

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