You’re making a different kind of list and checking it twice — your list of New Year’s resolutions for 2020. Only 9 percent of people actually achieve their resolutions, so use some of the tools available to you from Gluten-Free Living to stick to your goals well beyond February.
If your goal is to exercise more…
…this could help you speed healing and reduce inflammation, both which are important if you have celiac disease. Check out these exercise hacks to help you incorporate exercise into your daily routine.
…hiking could be a good way to accomplish that. It’s inexpensive and fun for the whole family. Make sure to stock up on vegan, gluten-free treats before you hit the trail.
…long-distance running might take some extra planning when you’re gluten-free. Get some tips on training while maintaining your gluten-free lifestyle.
…try a group fitness class. Don’t be intimidated to work out in a group; it can be great motivation! Get some advice for getting started.
If your goal is to lower your cholesterol…
…making changes to your diet is certainly a good start in regard to controlling your cholesterol. A heart-healthy gluten-free diet includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, dairy, lean protein and healthy fat. Learn more about lowering cholesterol on a gluten-free diet.
…choose heart-healthy foods and trust the healing power of food. Read about that here.
If your goal is to save money…
…think about making freezer meals, a great way to save time and money. Get our tips here.
…use these seven tips to eat gluten-free on a tight budget.
If your goal is to stay informed…
…stay updated on This Week in Gluten-Free News, a post that is updated weekly with the latest in the gluten-free world.
…subscribe to Gluten-Free Living magazine, which offers plenty of research and information from experts in the field.
If your goal is to do good…
…consider supporting a gluten-free food bank, which can help those who may be financially struggling to stay on course.
…find out how you can play a role in the search for a cure for celiac disease.
…be inspired by the story of the 17-year-old Celiac Disease Foundation volunteer of the year.
If your goal is to try a new diet….
…consider the keys to the ketogenic diet.
…look into the Whole30 elimination diet.
…use this practical advice to healthfully eat vegetarian or vegan on the gluten-free diet.
…consult a dietitian to find the right option for you. Read frequently asked questions on dietitians here.
If your goal is to try new recipes…
…subscribe to the Gluten-Free Living newsletter and new recipes will be emailed to you in our weekly newsletter.
…keep an eye on our Recipes page for new recipes added daily.
…for something a little more challenging, try your hand at making one of these decadent gluten-free macaron recipes: Strawberry Lemonade, Tea & Honey, and Salted Caramel Latte.