This year, I have a freaking spreadsheet of resolutions, because I'm trying to do something that is pervasive and difficult to research: I want to switch from a healthier-than-average diet-and-exercise lifestyle to:
increase whole grains still whole
increase whole grains milled at home
increase fruits and vegetables
move, in general, to a plant based diet (decrease animal products)
But I don't want to do any of the programs I've seen out there, mostly because of the increase-beans element, which is, as you will note, on the top of the list. (Yes, Virginia, it is possible that this is a pregnancy-induced food craving that will pass. This is not to say that I am pregnant. But the last time I was pregnant, I did indeed switch to an all-bean diet and was totally unable to consume meat for months.) If you happen to know of a good book or program oriented to the (entire) above list, I'd be interested in hearing about it.