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Can seaweed help you keep your New Year’s Resolution?

Can seaweed help you keep your New Year’s Resolution?

New Year's Eve is just around the corner, so chances are you already have a shortlist for your 2014 resolutions. One of the most popular promises we make to ourselves around this time is to regain control of our health and get in better shape. Often this involves a combination of ideas, including a new gym membership and an different diet. However, no matter how well intentioned we may be, by the time February rolls around, most of us will have probably slipped back into our old ways.

According to a study published by the Journal of Clinical Psychology this month, less than 10 percent of people actually stay the course when it comes to their New Year's Resolution. The reasons behind this are varied, from choosing a goal that is just too vague to trying to transform your life too dramatically in one fell swoop.

So, if you are really interested in becoming healthier and happier in 2014, why not start small by incorporating new nutrient-rich ingredients in your daily diet? Seaweed is poised to be one of the hottest ingredients in the kitchen this coming year, and is brimming with vitamins, minerals and trace elements that can really boost the health benefits of practically any meal. Plus, Seagreens® seaweed - wild-harvested in the Scottish Outer Hebrides – can also enhance the flavors in your stand-by dishes as well! 

In addition to boosting the nutritional value of your food, Seagreens® can help you cut down on your sodium intake as The Mineral Salt, which is 50 percent Seagreens® seaweed and 50 percent Cornish Sea Salt. By simply adding this seasoning to your culinary repertoire, you can take a step toward better health in 2014!

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