How to eat better without sacrificing the foods you love

The most common New Year's resolution

Can you guess the top New Year's Resolution?

Eating better, according to a survey by YouGov.

Unfortunately, this is an all-too-common resolution that most people don't stick to for very long, so they set it again next year. And the year after. And the year after that...

Fortunately, this is a resolution I don't have to worry about anymore.

I'll tell you how I eat pizza, burgers, and chicken sandwiches, drink 2-3 nights per week, and still get made fun of for how good of shape I'm in by my family and friends.

But first, why do so many people fail to eat better?

They feel restricted.

Most people "start the year off strong" by going on an intense diet like juice cleanses or Whole30. Even if you make it through the entire diet, it's really hard to go back to normal and maintain your current shape or continue getting in better shape.

Especially if you don't love the food you're eating.

When you're restricted, you're always going to feel...

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