My one (or one publicly stated) resolution for 2010 is to eat healthier. I eat really unhealthy (unhealthily?). Seriously. I have a major sweet tooth, love butter, and I am a carnivore. (I almost typed carnival) Not that meat is unhealthy, but when you eat sweets or just general "unhealthies" and then eat meat to eat something healthy, there is no real balance and it isn't that healthy. I am not giving up sweets or butter or meat. I am simply going to try to eat healthy. And, that can, I believe, be accomplished without giving up sweets, butter and/or meat.
I was on my favorite site, foodgawker.com, when I came across a blogger who ate raw. This blogger claimed that she has felt healthier and just generally better since switching to raw foods. Reading that and her breakdown of how raw foods are better for you, got me thinking about how unhealthy my food habits are and how I often cook my food to mush (not literally - you know what I mean) and that maybe I should be eating more raw foods. And so, starting now (I'm not going to wait for the new year and try to get as much unhealthy food in as I can), I am going to try to eat healthier and raw-er. And by raw-er, I just mean eating more fresh vegetables instead of eating maybe, heated, canned corn or heated frozen green beans.