One big problem with most New Year's resolutions is that they're too vague. "I want to get in better shape" sounds good, but how do you actually plan to do it? When they get deeper than the nice-sounding sentiment, most people don't have a plan of attack—which is precisely why so many resolutions fail. Year after year, one of the most popular New Year's resolutions is to eat healthier. That's great in theory. Improving your diet can better your life in countless ways. But how are you going to do it? That's where STACK comes in.
Here's your five-point plan of attack for eating healthier in 2016.
1. Drink More Water
Water is absolutely essential to good health and high performance. The human body is roughly 60percent water, and water plays a crucial role in almost every important bodily process. Water transports nutrients and oxygen, supports proper muscle contraction, improves joint function and fights fatigue. Being even slightly dehydrated can decrease reaction time, mood and focus. The negative effects of not drinking enough water are almost too many to count. And many people feel the effects each and every day.