Focus on Nutrition
No, not five servings distributed across your whole family, but five servings each! We have written elsewhere on the importance of eating fruits and vegetables, but it's so important, it's worth repeating. To help in this goal, it helps to always have fruits and vegetables in the house—go the store at least twice a week to restock. Here's a sample day as a guide: an orange at breakfast, carrot sticks for a morning snack, an apple at lunch, green beans at dinner, and a pear for dessert. At dinnertime, half of each family member's plate should consist of fruits and/or vegetables.
A final note: these five resolutions are meant to be simple and actionable ways to improve your family's health. Resolutions in and of themselves are useless if they are not followed by consistent action. If you make them together as a family, you will greatly increase the odds that you will follow through and reap the benefits. Happy New Year!