Failed New Year’s resolutions are a hot topic in January and new research has revealed just how weak Britain’s will power is.
Whilst over three fifths (61%) of the nation revealed they have set up resolutions for 2020, over half of them (57%) find it impossible to stick to them, especially when it comes to healthy eating.
Not being able to resist the temptation of the smell of fast food has been cited as the top ‘motivation killer’ for a healthy diet (50%), with over a quarter (31%) finding healthy food boring and uninspiring.
Britons seem to especially struggle with achieving their healthy eating resolutions with over three quarters (76%) admitting they have abandoned these goals in the past and a quarter (25%) having already abandoned their healthy eating twice so far this year.
The research also reveals that Brits don’t feel confident enough to get through resolutions without a helping hand and almost half (45%) admitted to wishing they had someone to support them through their resolutions.
Fortunately, for those who continue to resist temptation or are in need of advice, Kallo is opening a hotline for Brits to call on.
Life coach Rag Parkash and comedian Jimmy McGhie will be offering balanced advice to help Brits stick to their goals.
The Kallo Hotline will be open for calls on Thursday 23rd January, from 9am-12pm and 2pm-5pm. Please call 020 3781 937 for a chance to speak to your very own Kallo support squad and keep achieving your 2020 goals.
Kallo commissioned the research and the regions that are most likely to give up on their healthy eating resolutions are as follows;
- Scotland (85%)
- North West (83%)
- Wales (82%)
- Yorkshire and the Humber (81%)
- West Midlands (81%)
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