Top Resolutions of 2018


    LOS ANGELES, CA, December 31, 2017 — New Year's is a time of resolutions and making the promise to yourself that the upcoming year will be better than the last. It's a time to reflect on your previous year, find ways to improve on your lifestyle and make the necessary resolutions and commitments to ensure that this year moves you closer to your goals and the person you'd like to be. 2017 seemed to take us back a few steps in several national and global issues. With issues like climate change at the forefront of global concern, this year is going to be about improving yourself and improving the environment. Continue reading to learn more about the top resolutions being made for 2018.

Every year, the number one New Year's resolution is to lose weight and get fit. Every year you promise yourself to cut back on frappuccinos and skip the fries on the side and start a diet plan. Every year brings a new reaping of fad diets and diet foods, all that claim to help you lose weight fast. This year, as opposed to diet fads and trends, you will see an increase in diets that improve your overall wellness and health as opposed to ones that are designed to help you lose weight. It is anticipated that this year will bring a big jump in plant-based, vegan diets. Aside for animal rights, keeping a vegan diet can benefit your overall well being, help you lose excess weight, lower your risk of heart disease and lower blood sugar levels. However, keep in mind that keeping a plant-based diet may leave you lacking certain nutrients and vitamins that you may need to supplement. To learn more about how to choose the safe and right supplements for you read more about review critic article on research verified.

The second most commonly made resolution is to get fit. In 2017 we saw a lot of body weight training, strength training and high intensity interval training. 2018 is going to bring drop in the intensity of your workouts that can help you see better results. Studies have proven that dropping and elevating your heart rate can actually help you lose more calories and see better weight loss results. A study done at Ohio University showed that 8% of energy used is due to the energy your body uses to stop and start.

Climate Change Resolution
Climate change is undeniable. Take one look at the facts and statistics that indicate that there is a significant increase in global temperature. The Paris Agreement was established 2015. It brings all nations together in the common cause to make the effort to combat climate change and adapt to its effects. 2018 is going to bring a big awareness to this issue and is one of the top ten most popular resolutions. Small changes you can make that will make a difference incluse using your car less, drive a more efficient car, eat a plant-based diet, recycle and use cold water when washing your clothes.

2018 is going to be a big year. The chances of sticking to your resolution decrease if you start cold turkey or jump into a resolution full throttle. To ensure that you stick to your resolutions this year, start with small steps and slowly increase your goals as the year progresses.

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