New year, new plate

We’ve all heard of New Year’s resolutions but what about New Year’s food solutions? In 2023, IGA is challenging you to reimagine your food goals and make them a reality!
Adopting a set of strong, healthy eating habits will benefit you, both physically and mentally. A well-balanced and nutritious diet is the first step towards making 2023 your year and this article will run you through a few tips and tricks to get you headed in the right direction.

What changes can you make?

Create structure and identify goals

When it comes to constructing your new and improved eating regime, identifying current unhealthy habits is a great starting point. It’s important to remind ourselves that we never have to entirely eliminate a guilty pleasure, but instead, create structure and discipline around when we choose to indulge.

It’s also important to identify a set of food aspirations and healthy-eating goals. Doing so will create a clear overview of what you hope to achieve throughout your food journey, as well as help keep you motivated along the way. Here’s an example to get you started…

5 Food Goals for 2023

1. Start meal prepping
2. Try at least one new recipe a week
3. Aim to drink at least 3L of water a day
4. Eat more veggies!
5. Limit takeaway to once a week

Make food exciting in 2023!

Challenge yourself in the kitchen! With access to a wide variety of fresh, healthy produce and IGA’s Healthy Living Recipes, there’s no excuse to stay in your comfort zone when it comes to cooking. It’s a great idea to look for inspiration online, in recipe books, or on social media.

Make it personalised

When it comes to healthy eating, it’s important to stay away from comparison and realise we are all on our own, individual journey. Make sure to listen to your body and establish a set of healthy eating behaviours that are tailored to your individual health goals. Remember, what works for you, may not work for someone else!

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