BLOG: The season for New Year’s resolutions is upon us. When it comes to healthier lifestyle choices, many find that old habits and hectic schedules can get in the way. As a busy professional, I have found that establishing a routine is the best way to stick with healthy behaviors.
Making Stewart’s Shops a part of your morning routine is a great way to simplify your resolutions. Each shop offers a wide variety of fresh and local products that can (and should!) be included as part of a healthy diet. Even better, the friendly and fast service at your neighborhood Stewart’s make healthy habits convenient.
Stewart’s works very hard to keep the source of its products as close to home as possible, making them fresh and healthy! But how do you know which option is best for you? For simplicity sake, let’s begin with making a list of healthy habits at Stewart’s that are as easy as A-B-C!:
A-Award-winning milk: Not only was Stewart’s awarded top prize for Best Milk in New York State, it should be recognized as some of the healthiest as well! Stewart’s guarantees all milk is sold fresh from local farms, requiring less processing and leaving more nutrients in every sip!
B-Breakfast On-The-Go: Preparing a wholesome meal before work can be challenging, but skipping breakfast can be detrimental to your health. Stewart’s has a wide variety of healthy whole grains, fruits, yogurts and ready-to-go options to help you stay satisfied and arrive on time.
C-Coffee: Coffee can be a healthy habit, depending on what you add to your drink. Stewart’s allows you to make your own cup, keeping you in charge of just how much cream, milk and sugar goes in.
Healthy habits are only beneficial if we repeat them each day to form healthy lifestyles. This year, consider making a stop at your local Stewart’s a part of your morning routine and get a fresh start to each new day!
-Christine Sloat, RD, RDN
About Christine: Christine Sloat is a Registered Dietitian and life-long resident of upstate New York. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Dietetics from the University of Delaware, with clinical training at Albany Medical Center. She has a nutrition consulting business, Nutritious Notions LLC.