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8 Recipes For Eating Healthy In The New Year



It is the holiday season. That means it is time for holidays parties. You probably have an office party, a family party, and even a get together with your friends this season. With great parties comes great food. Between a feast consisting of ham or turkey on Christmas Day to those amazing desserts your co-worker brings into the office, there is no shortage of great and delicious food this time of the year. This is the time of the year to overindulge. 'Tis the season to eat until your heart's content!


However, after the holiday season comes the New Year. And as it comes along, you start to realize all that overindulgence is starting to have an effect on you. That is when you make your list of New Year's resolutions and you add "losing weight" to that list. Everyone wants to lose weight and makes that their New Year's resolution. We are here to help you reach that goal. 8 Recipes for Healthy Eating In The New Year is an amazing eCookbook that is free to download and contains numerous recipes to help you actually sustain your New Year's resolution. Print off recipes from this eCookbook and you are guaranteed to start shedding pounds in no time!


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According to USA.government, losing weight was among the many goals people added to their New Year's resolution list and according to the University of Scranton Journal of Clinical Psychology, losing weight was the number one New Year's resolution of 2012. We know that losing weight is very high on your list of New Year's resolutions as well. It's OK to admit it. It's on ours as well. 


However, you can not lose weight on your own. Nobody can. That is why the editors of created this eCookbook- to help you out on your quest to lose weight. We have created an assortment of recipes that are not only good for your belly but are good for your taste buds as well. 


We have some healthy and hearty dips to help you out when you start snacking and some rich and creamy desserts for when you need something sweet after dinner. We are positive you will be able to find a recipe that is extremely delicious as well as being good for you.

8 Recipes for Healthy Eating in the New Year

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Appetizers, Sides, & Main Courses

Spicy Bean Dip

One of the worst parts about trying to eat healthy is avoiding the constant snacking throughout the day. You can sit down and have a gorgeous meal that is both good and good for you, but it is that time in between meals that is the killer. Whether you are sitting on the couch watching your favorite reality show or soap opera, or you are just watching your kids for a bit, your stomach starts to grumble. You know it is not time to eat but your stomach screams, "Feed Me!". As opposed to eating junk food, try one of these recipes that are appealing, appetizing, and good for you. Try the Spicy Bean Dip on page 7 to add some extra spice into your life and to help get rid of your afternoon grumbles.



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Chocolate Raspberry Whoopie Pie

Those sweet treats that you love are so tempting. You can't help to constantly gobble them up, even though you know you shouldn't. We have a compromise for you. You can literally have your cake and eat it too! We have found a collection of dessert recipes that are not only incredible to eat but are healthier alternatives than your normal dessert options. You absolutely must try the Chocolate Raspberry Whoopie Pie on page 12. It's to die for. 



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New Year's Eve and New Year's Day is a time for celebration. We are bringing out the old year and ringing in the new one. With these year end celebrations comes overindulgence and chowing down on some great food. However, when the new year comes it is time to make a change. That is why we make resolutions. According to the University of Scranton, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 45% of Americans usually make New Year's resolutions. According to the same study, 75% of people maintained their resolution through the first week of the new year. However, 64% maintained their resolution through the first month and only 46% maintained their resolution through six months.


Don't be like these statistics. Buck the trend. Make a vow to start eating healthier and stick to your goal. Work out more, eat in moderation, and make some of the scrumptious recipes from 8 Recipes For Eating Healthy in the New Year. We promise you that if you do that and eat these amazing recipes that the pounds will just start shedding off of you!


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I just need toknow when I click on a recipe, I get a form to request a ecook book, I don't want a cookbook, just the recipe that I am interested in. What am I doing wrong?


Jan 10, 2015

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