Eat More Plants
"We know it's important to eat our fruits and vegetables, but a shift toward a more plant-based diet has been shown to increase disease prevention, protect against heart disease, and increase fiber intake, among other things," says Maggie Michalczyk, MS, RD.
The best part about resolving to "eat more plants" is that you can totally interpret it in whatever way is best for you. "It doesn't mean going completely vegetarian; it can be as simple as practicing meatless Monday or experimenting with a different grain in your rice bowl next time. Focusing on adding or swapping more nutritious components into your diet is a great way to combat the oftentimes very negative elimination mindset that rolls around when it's time to come up with a resolution," she said.