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Month: January 2019


5 Realistic Lifestyle Changes For A Healthier 2019

12 January 2019

Has it been the same for you every year where the healthy eating and exercise habits only last until the first month? Lifestyle changes should be a year-round thing, but unfortunately many fall short because they just make too many unrealistic goals! Instead of diving into quick fixes and drastic diets for you to lose the holiday weight, it’s best you start with minor sustainable tweaks that can eventually lead to your bigger lifestyle change goals. Here are a few realistic lifestyle changes you can start doing NOW: Satisfy your sweet cravings with FRUITS first! Cravings are inevitable, especially if you have a sweet tooth. Your first instinct might want to make you grab that candy bar. When it comes to controlling your cravings, remember that it’s all in the mind! Trick your mind in satisfying your cravings by eating healthier alternatives. Fruits are healthier sugary sources because it’s sweet enough to fulfill your cravings. At the same time, it contains additional fibers that help in making you feel fuller for longer! 2. Drink enough water It’s an age-old advice to hydrate enough. Still, a lot of people forget this simple habit! In Australia a huge 80% of adults suffer...

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3 Tips To Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

5 January 2019

Did you know that research proves people who make new year’s resolutions are more likely to change a behavior than those who didn’t commit to any goals at the start of the year? The new year is a perfect time to get the fresh restart you’ve always wanted. For many people, this means prioritising their health, nutrition, and fitness. But unfortunately, a lot of people also fall through their start-of-the year promises. According to statistics, nearly half of the people that set up a new year’s resolution will give up within six months. Are you one of these people? Here are some tips to help you keep your new year’s resolutions: Define clear and attainable goals When planning what you want to achieve, be specific about it! Do you want to lose weight, gain strength and endurance, or manage your chronic conditions? Set clear and achievable goals. For example: Instead of saying you want to lose weight: Achieve a clean, healthy and sustainable diet. Cut out unhealthy foods that are loaded with fats, salts, and sugars. You can also aim to exercise for 30 minutes, 3-5 times a week. Or maybe, set the amount of weight you should lose each...

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