Is healthy eating your new year resolution?

If you're thinking about your health goals, you’re in the right place.

Whether you’d like to eat a more balanced diet, start cooking at home, or reduce your alcohol intake, Ninja's versatile, time-saving kitchen appliances and cookware are the perfect tools to help make healthy habits easier in 2024.

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Healthy meal planning

If your new year’s resolution is about eating better or cooking more at home, Ninja Air Fryers could be the ideal solution – cook fresh and frozen food using little to no oil, and cook 2 foods at once with our signature Dual Zone models!

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A fresh start

Enjoy your 5 a day as soon as you wake up in the morning with a superfood smoothie, or swap your favourite night-out-cocktails for a homemade mocktail and enjoy waking up hangover-free.

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The vegan lifestyle

We’ve got plenty of plant-based dinner and dessert ideas, including dairy free ice cream. Discover vegan recipe inspiration and you might just discover your new favourite food.

Drinks made easy

FAQs

Eating a balanced diet, featuring a wide variety of types of food and drink, is an important part of staying healthy and well. A healthy diet will look different for everybody, dependent on dietary needs, medical conditions and other factors.

The NHS’s Eatwell Guide recommends a few key principles that should be included in a healthy diet; at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetables a day; balance high fibre, starchy foods with dairy (or dairy alternatives), beans, pulses, fish, eggs, meat and other protein; drink plenty of fluids, and avoid regularly having too many foods that are high in fat, salt and sugar.

Veganuary is a 31-day challenge to ‘go vegan’ - which means not eating animal-derived products (such as meat, fish, eggs, dairy, or ingredients like whey and gelatine). There are lots of plant-based products and vegan alternatives available as vegan diets have become more common.   

Studies vary greatly on how long habit-forming takes, with studies claiming your new action will become a natural habit in anywhere from 18 days to a year. However, the most important thing is committing to a new habit regularly and consistently, as the more you do it, the more it will become second nature!