How to Keep Your New Year's Resolution

Author of "Eat It to Beat It" offers simple tips to start the new year right.
3:00 | 01/01/14

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Today is a day of keeping up with resolutions. The odds against most of us is less than 10% that we'll actually do it. So, we call in the expert, david zinczenko. His new book offering simple tweaks you can make to your daily life to make 2014 great. People finally resolve to get it all right. And to your point, 92% fail, that ends now, right now. Right snow. Starting right now. So, here's a really good way to beat the winter blues, when you're going out to eat, here at outback is the blooming onion. It has a lot of fat. The problem is, these shot glasses are filled with vegetable oils. It has a lot of fat. When you're at outback, lot of food issues tie into moods. You want to use this as a way to beat the winter blues, get fish, get the tuna, it's only a few hundred calories and you're going to feel bet a little ahi tune ya. So now, what we got here, we're going to find healthier eats anywhere, this app right here is free, it's gps-enabled. It goes to your area, it tells you calories, excuse sin, ingredients and everything pops up. They can deliver it to you. So, I did it. I wanted a cobb salad from this place called "chopped." A popular chain. I saved over 400 calories. Which the equivalent of this pepperoni pizza. Make a change like that every day, you lose a pound a week without dieting. You feel a little bit better about yourself and we're only a few hours into the year. Think little victory. Now, we go on to a way to slash your diabetes risk, this is a huge problem in america, you can use iced tea to help bring law and order to your blood sugar. So, what you want to do is get some iced tea, you got to go beyond the calories and look at the label and you realize this has over 40 grams of sugar, it has 2 1/2 servings per bottle. It's ten teaspoons of sugar, and that's the equivalent of 2100 grand bars. Make it at home, it's free, no calories. Okay, very quickly. Lot of people start -- lot of people start -- we're going to jump rope, he trains for vi-- the victoria's secret angels. Buy a jump rope, less time, less money, less you. It works your core and you slickify all over. When we reached out to the companies here, they said they do offer healthier alternatives. Get more of these tips to start the year off on a healthy foot at goodmorningamerica.Com on yahoo!. Coming up hereby -- pitbull

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