(Fort Washington, PA, Thursday, May 11, 2017) - A survey conducted online in the U.S. polled parents of kids over the age of 18 and found that nearly half (45%) say they eat less healthy now than they did before they became a parent. About 2 in 3 (65%) believe they are guilty of indulging in their child's leftovers.
With Motherâ€™s Day approaching, there are simple things mothers everywhere can do to get healthier.
Melissa Joan Hart, actress, mother-of-three and Nutrisystem ambassador, discusses her tips for staying healthy.
WELL YOU KNOW MOTHERâ€™S DAY IS A GREAT TIME TO RE-FOCUS ON OURSELVES AND OUR HEALTH â€˜CAUSE AS MOMS, WEâ€™RE ALWAYS ON THE GO, AND MORE OFTEN WEâ€™RE CONCERNED WITH THE HEALTH AND HAPPINESS OF OUR FAMILIES. SO ONE GREAT TIP FOR GETTING â€“ AND STAYING â€“ HEALTHY IS TO FIND A DIET OR WORKOUT BUDDY. GETTING HEALTHY WITH A FRIEND REALLY HELPS YOU REMAIN ACCOUNTABLE AND MOTIVATED. PLUS, IT MAKES IT FUN. YOU KNOW, YOU FIND A PLAN THAT WORKS FOR YOU SO YOU CAN STICK WITH IT.
WELL I THINK ITâ€™S A GREAT IDEA TO ALWAYS BE READY, YOU KNOW WHEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK OUT COMES UP. I RE-STOCK MY GYM BAG DAILY, AND ALWAYS HAVE IT WITH ME IN THE CAR, IN THE DRESSING ROOM, OR ON SET. AND I ALSO SUGGEST PLANNING AHEAD OF TIME FOR SNACK ATTACKS. SNACKING IS ONE OF THE EASIEST WAYS TO DERAIL YOUR HEALTHY HABITS, BUT WITH A LITTLE SIMPLE PLANNING AHEAD, YOU CAN CURB THOSE SNACK ATTACKS WITH SOMETHING HEALTHY.
For more information and tips, visit www.nutrisystem.com.