Make resolutions you can keep this year

Try a new fruit, veggie or whole grain each week. 

We like what we know, and that’s totally OK. There’s comfort in familiarity. But there’s also a real advantage to trying new foods. You score new vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients by going for different colored fruits and veggies as well as new whole grains. Plus, they offer different tastes and textures so you get to experience new flavors. Make an effort to pick up one new good-for-you ingredient each week and find interesting ways to use it. For instance, make jicama fries; whip up a batch of farro salad; add star fruit to a fruit salad.