Rethink what you drink [Infographic]
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Feb 27, 2013 | 16606 views | 0 0 comments | 184 184 recommendations | email to a friend | print
By now, it’s safe to assume that most people have given up on their New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier. In fact, just one week into January, a quarter of New Year's resolutions are nothing but a memory. If you have given up on sticking to a resolution of eating healthier by consuming less calories, don’t feel defeated. Achieving your goals may be as easy as rethinking what you drink!

Making small changes part of your daily routine, like choosing Silk Pure Almond Unsweetened – the only almondmilk with just 30 calories – is more realistic. Swapping your regular latte for a cup of java with almondmilk, or enjoying a cool glass of almondmilk instead of OJ, takes only a little effort. And, although Silk Pure Almond Unsweetened has just 30 unthinkably low calories, Silk has come up with some fun and easy ways to burn them off. 



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