January 1st – the great day of planning good intentions.

  • Resolution 1: Agree to open the fridge door and undertake a full inspection of new and old materials left from the party season.
  • Resolution 2: Take stock – survey the potential threats. How many cakes, desserts, double cream, sausages, bacon and cheese lurks between the shelves?
  • Resolution 3: Assess the liquid contribution. How many bottles occupy the fridge door – including liquid candy and alcoholic tipples?
  • Resolution 4: Review the vegetation. Is there any edible vegetable matter remaining in that lower fridge drawer?
  • Resolution 5: Shut your eyes and imagine a healthy scene to help with a week of good intentions:
    • Lots of space to see what is actually in the fridge,
    • A rainbow of veggie and fruit colours to choose from,
    • Home prepared dishes – thick soups and beany casseroles,
    • Large cartons of low fat natural yoghurt, cottage cheese and milk,
    • Fresh fish, chicken, small portion of lean red meat,
    • Water bottles.

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