Gorton’s And SparkPeople Team Up To Help People Stick With Their Weightloss Goals – Giveaway Ends 2/13 #RealisticResolution










How many of you made a New Years weight loss resolution? How many of you are having a hard time sticking with it? Gorton’s has teamed up with SparkPeople (a fantastic weight loss and fitness site that is full of supportive people) to offer a fun, 30 day Realistic Resolution Challenge to help us stay on track! I know I need a little push and this challenge should help keep me motivated! To enter the challenge head on over to The SparkPeople website and sign up or by using the SparkPeople app (available on iTunes Store or Google Play).


Gorton’s also helps you stay healthy by offering fabulous Gorton’s Grilled and Simply Bake products. I personally love to have a stash of the Garlic Butter Grilled Fillets in my freezer for my lunches! The fish is tender, flaky. full of wonderful flavor, only 80 calories and full of Omega 3’s! Cooked up with a salad on the side, makes for a perfect low cal lunch in my book! I also LOVE how Gorton’s has tons of recipes to try on their website. I’m going to have to try the Grilled Fillet Pear Salad next time…It sounds heavenly! Check it out:





Grilled Fillet Pear Salad




2 Gorton’s All Natural Garlic Butter Grilled Fillets
1 large pear
1 tsp lemon juice
2 tsp vinegar
2 Tbsp vegetable or olive oil
1/4 tsp allspice
1/8 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper
1 package prepared lettuce
1/2 cup red onion, sliced
1/4 cup dried sweetened cranberries
4 slices pre-cooked bacon, crumbled
2 oz goat cheese, crumbled


*Try peanut or walnut oil for a richer flavor


Fresh fruit and Grilled Fillets are a perfect match in this refreshing salad. This beautiful dish is sure to impress!


1. Prepare Gorton’s All Natural Garlic Butter Grilled Fillets according to package instructions.
2. Core and slice the pear, drizzle slices with lemon juice to prevent browning.
3. Whisk together vinegar, oil, allspice, salt and pepper, and toss with prepared salad and red onion.
4. Lay pear slices over salad, cut cooked fillets into 4 pieces, place on salad, sprinkle with dried cranberries, bacon, goat cheese and serve immediately.

Will you join me in the 30 Day Realistic Resolution Challenge, and get healthier this year?  To start off here is a coupon for $.75 off any Gorton’s Grilled item! Trust me, they make fantastic lunches, or quick and easy meals when your on the go! Gorton’s also has a fantastic sweeps going on right now called the Eat Smarter Sweepstakes. The grand prize is $5000 and there are daily prizes as well! That would buy a lot of Gorton’s fish products!

To stay up to date with the challenge and The Gorton’s company in general you can follow their social media channels: Like/Follow Gorton’s on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram and reach out to them using hashtag #RealisticResolution

I am also thrilled to be offer a giveaway which includes a bunch of healthy tools to get you started on your weight loss goals!

Win It: One lucky reader will win a Gorton’s Challenge kit which includes:

  • Two (2) full-value product coupons
  • An insulated tote bag
  • The SparkPeople Cookbook
  • The Spark book
  • The SparkPeople 28 Day Boot Camp Workout DVD
About Beth

Beth Larrabee is a stay at home mom of 3 wonderful children and is married to her wonderful husband Scot. Beth is an active member in her community and is currently the Vice President of the PTO, President of The Friends of Cumston Library, and proud leader of a Daisy and Brownie Girl Scout Troops. In her spare time, Beth enjoys musical theater, singing, gaming, books, spending time at the lake and all things food.

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  1. Deb Jackson says:

    My motivation is looking good for myself.

  2. Vikki Taggart says:

    The Gorton filets sound like a great way to make a quick, healthy lunch.

  3. katklaw777 says:

    It’s hard to stay motivated…family and friends help me through it!

  4. my ailing health

  5. Amy Pratt says:

    I am motivated to stay healthy is for the people I care about.

  6. The way I feel. I feel a difference when I am not.

  7. Love for my family helps keep me motivated to get healthy.

  8. Cynthia C says:

    I like looking good in my clothes so that’s what motivates me to eat well.

  9. Virginia Rowell

    My husband keeps me motivated to stay healthy.

  10. Lori Walker says:

    My dogs keep me motivated.

  11. Georgette

    I want to be healthy so I can go through my forties and not feel like I did going through my thirties! (I was not good, not in the least) . Also, I am a caregiver for my elderly father, so I need to try to stay healthy for him.

  12. Julie Murphy says:

    My kids are my inspiration.

  13. I am motivated to stay healthy so that I have energy to make it through my workday.

  14. My motivation is to keep up with my son.

  15. Brittney House says:

    I would like to live a long and healthy life.

  16. I would like to be around to see my granddaughter grow up.

  17. I have fought trying to get my wives health back so we are really trying to get it together.

  18. Getting a divorce has given me the motivation to get active and healthier for me and to keep my mind from focusing on the emotional pain.

  19. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    As I age, I am motivated by the memory of my mother, who didn’t exercise for the last 10 years of her life-iyt got so bad she could hardly walk

  20. keep myself healty

  21. Kim Keithline says:

    I guess the results that I am getting is keeping me motivated to get even better results

  22. Motivation is the hardest part. I try to think about how much better I feel when I’m active and eating right, and how crappy I feel when I’m not.

  23. Vera S

    My mom keeps me motivated. She is an inspiration. 🙂

  24. Feeling better and more energetic keeps me motivated.

  25. Marian Boll

    My daughter recently had surgery to improve her health. I will be right next to her to support her and improve my health as well.

  26. My husband keeps me motivated to eat healthier

  27. I so love salad. So when I saw this post I know this is delicious. My wife also has her own version of Salads. But I will let her try your best recipe. Thanks for sharing your recipe this Grilled Fillet Pear Salad.
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  28. kelly tupick says:

    My family keeps me motivated to stay healthy. Too many risk factors in my family where it is important for us to stay healthy.

  29. Jessica M.

    Knowing my children are following my lead to better health.

  30. Nicholas Balandiat says:

    Fear of death, heart attacks, and fear of not fitting into my clothes.

  31. My main motivation to stay healthy is so I have a better quality of life.

  32. wanting to live a longer life and be with my family

  33. Barbara Montag says:

    When I’m working out and eating clean I feel fantastic & that’s a huge motivator.
    thank you

  34. The desire to live a long, healthy, active life!

  35. tina reynolds says:

    My motivation is so I can be a good example for my three kiddos

  36. Les Johnson says:

    My daughter and my husband are my biggest motivators. I want to look good for my husband and I want to show my daughter how to be healthy.

  37. Francine Anchondo says:

    I like to be healthy.

  38. georgey c. says:

    What motivates me to get healthy and eat better is the fact of feeling better.

  39. Feeling better usually motivates me. I also journal to keep myself on track.
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  40. My motivation is feeling good and lookin good in my own skin.

  41. My kids keep me motivated to stay healthy.

  42. Paula Hafner says:

    My children are my main motivation. I have to keep up with them!

  43. My family helps me to stay motivated to be healthy.

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    my children and my husband keep me motivated

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    My kids keep me motivated to be healthy! Thanks for hosting 🙂

  46. Being sure I can stick around for my family keeps me motivated.

  47. Being a healthy example for my daughters keeps me motivated.

  48. My family keeps me motivated.

  49. Feeling good about myself keeps me motivated

  50. My kids keep me motivated!
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  51. Lisa Garner says:

    I stay motivated to stay healthy by working out with friends.

  52. Stephanie Larison says:

    My kids motivate me to keep me staying healthy.

  53. Kortney Lah says:

    My family help me to keep fit <3

  54. Laurie Emerson

    My children keep me motivated. I want to be able to keep up with them and to do it I have to be at my healthiest.

  55. Feeling good keeps me motivated.
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  56. Dawn Monroe says:

    My husband and my grandkids are keeping me motivated.

  57. Karen Drake says:

    My grandkids help me stay motivated to be healthy, I have to be able to keep up with them.

  58. I stay motivated by looking in the mirror.

  59. Susan Smith says:

    My main motivation to stay healthy is so I have a better quality of life.

  60. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    My upcoming wedding is currently what is keeping me motivated.

  61. I’m motivated to I am around to see my son grow up.

  62. Vikki Billings

    My grandchildren are my inspiration to get healthy and stay healthy.

  63. Carolyn Daley says:

    My motivation is just wanting to be healthy to prevent problems down the road.

  64. Trisha McKee says:

    That good feeling and bust of energy when you are healthier- that keeps me going and motivates me.

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