New Year’s Resolution Slump? Don’t Give Up! (Recipe Included)

Cynthia Bailey, MD|February 4, 2016

NY Slump_Main Keeping New Year's resolutions can be tough. It's great to put a date on the calendar to start reaching for a goal that's important to you, but it takes a great deal of willpower to stick to your plans when you have years of habits to change. Don't give up though! Falling off the wagon doesn't mean your efforts to change are done. It just means dusting yourself off and getting back up again. It takes courage, but you can do it! Get yourself hooked into a support group of like-minded people who will encourage you along the way - it will make a world of difference to have someone there cheering you on. If boosting your health by eating right is your New Year's Resolution, we are right there with you! If you started our 30 Day challenge with us last month, and you're starting to lose resolve and drift away from your goal, we have just the recipe to help. Healthy and satiating with good-for-you fat, this Miso Marinated Sea Bass is a definite crowd-pleaser to get you back on the wagon! You can find this and other recipes for Dr. Bailey's Mediterranean Alkaline Diet when you download her free guide here, where she explains why she changed her lifestyle and how it can positively impact your skin, among other things. For more inspiration, you can check out our Alkaline recipes Pinterest board. Or, if you're struggling with how to add more veggies to your diet, check out Cooking Light's tips. Miso Bass Recipe Card Have you found any recipes that you love with the Mediterranean Alkaline Diet? Share with us, so we can pass along any helpful information with others who are in the same boat as you are! The information in the Dr. Bailey Skin Care web site, and related links, articles, newsletters and blogs, is provided for general information and educational purposes only. It is the opinion of Dr. Cynthia Bailey, or other indicated authors. Consult your physician or health care provider for any specific medical conditions or concerns you may have. (This also applies to patients in her medical practice; the information here is not a substitute for, or an extension of, the medical care she provides for you.) Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it because of something you have read here. Use the information and products on this site at your own risk. Use of this site indicates your agreement with these statements and the Terms and Conditions of If you do not agree to all of these Terms and Conditions of use, please do not use this site!

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