Best ways to stay on track with your New Year’s resolutions

Maintain your goals

The new year’s resolution we all make – to get in shape! But how do we achieve this goal realistically? Along with attending regular gym sessions and eating well, adding a probiotic to your diet could help you lose that excess stubborn fat! ProVen Probiotics ShapeLine supplement has shown clear and consistent real-life weight loss effect, now proven by two clinical trials. The impressive weight loss results were achieved by simply taking a daily probiotic capsule; no changes to diet, exercise or lifestyle.  Professor Julian Marchesi (Faculty of Medicine, Department of Metabolism, Digestion and Reproduction at Imperial College London) explains, “In an era when it seems the majority of people are battling their weight in one way or another, the news that taking a daily probiotic can help achieve lasting weight loss, as well as providing all other benefits of good bacteria, whilst requiring no other changes to lifestyle, will be welcome news to many people. ShapeLine is particularly beneficial for those who want to lose weight over a longer period of time, in a healthy and sustained way, without having to make any changes to either dietary intake or exercise patterns.”

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Get more quality sleep

“Our lifestyles have become much more stressful and fast-paced than previous times. We are also more exposed to environmental and food toxins, and our diets do not always provide a healthy intake. These factors all contribute to the fact that we have become more and more prone to magnesium deficiency.” To ensure you’re getting enough magnesium, try and include plenty of magnesium-rich foods in your diet such as, pumpkin and sunflower seeds, fish and leafy green vegetables. I’d also recommend taking the new KalmAssure Magnesium Capsules, by Natures Plus (£11.75, www.amazon.co.uk). This is a naturally chelated magnesium which is very easy to absorb and easily delivered to the tissues,” explains nutritionist, Olivia Hemingway.

Dry February  

Struggling to budge the Christmas bulge? We all know that alcohol is an anti-depressant, so not only will Dry January help improve your mood, but it could also help budge the extra chub that you may have added on over Christmas. “Alcohol stimulates appetite, so you are more likely to over eat. It also affects judgment and willpower so you are less likely to make healthy food choices. What’s more, it provides ‘empty’ calories that are readily converted into fat in the body” explains GP Dr. Sarah Brewer, working in association with CuraLin, the natural diabetes supplement (www.curalife.com). If you’re too late for dry January, be different and try dry February!