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Top dietary changes Americans want to make in 2024

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With New Year’s resolutions top of mind for many, over a third (34%) of people think their diet will be the most challenging to improve this year, more so than their romantic relationship (22%) and even their career (9%), new research suggests.

Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Godshall’s Quality Meats, the survey found people’s biggest motivator is being healthy for their partner, more so than for themselves (28% vs. 19%).

A survey of 2,000 participants found dietary changes are front and center for 2024 — making more ethical food choices is the biggest goal of the year for nearly six in 10 (57%) respondents, followed by developing more eco-friendly daily habits (56%) and limiting red meat consumption (37%).

And 63% will likely swap what they’re currently consuming for healthier alternatives, with 67% planning to make at least three healthy swaps.


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