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Less Processed Food

Avoid Soda
A 12 oz soda contains ~10 packets of sugar, which is just about the daily limit. Consuming excess sugar, especially in liquid form, makes...
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Cook Dinner More Often
Those who cook frequently tend consume fewer calories, and eat less added sugars, processed carbs and bad fats.
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Drink Less Booze
Those drinking alcoholic beverages consume over 15% of their daily calories from alcohol. And since liquid calories don’t contribute to y...
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Make Your Lunch More Often
Prepping lunch at home saves time, protects your wallet, and lets you take charge of what's in your food.
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Avoid Added Sugar
Cutting added sugars can significantly decrease your risk for obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cavities .
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Less Animal Products

Eat Less Meat
Large-scale, industrial livestock is a major contributor to greenhouse gases. People who eat less meat tend to weigh less and have lower ...
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Eat Less Animal Products
A diet containing too many animal products is not sustainable for our environment, and doesn't leave enough room for plant-based products...
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More Plants

Eat 3 Servings of Fruits & Veggies Per Day
The dietary guidelines recommend a minimum of 5 servings a day to maintain heart health and normal weight, but we can start with 3.
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Mindful Eating

Eat At Least 1 Distraction-Free Meal Per Day
Focusing entirely on your meal and your dining companions prevents overeating because you can focus on your body's signals of satiety.
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Eat One Bite At A Time
By eating slowly—one bite at a time—you're less likely to overeat and you'll digest your food better.
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No Food Waste
Did you know that we waste up to 40% of our food, and 40% of food waste occurs in households? During this Challenge, try your best not to...
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