New Year, New You!
We hope you have had a chance to take a break and rejuvenate over the holidays. While it’s easy for us to set new years resolutions and goals for ourselves, sticking to them is the hard part. In this issue of our Lifestyle newsletter, we have provided you with a selection of articles to help you kick start the new year with a fresh beginning and share tips on how you can set your goal and stick with it!
New year, new you (for more than a month…)
The 3 keys to successful lifestyle change
Nineteen of the twenty three participants met the criteria for Metabolic Syndrome at the start of the study, a condition which increases the risk of cardiovascular disease and chronic kidney disease by 200 to 300 per cent. By the end of the 12 weeks, nobody had Metabolic Syndrome, two had stopped smoking, three had come off antidepressant medication, and weight loss achievements ranged from 8kg to 25kg. So what were the key tips for successfully achieving permanent lifestyle change? It turns out that three things were very important……. Read full article here
How to get healthy after the holidays
If you’ve just come back from holidays, chances are you’ve indulged in restaurant food and wine, overeaten at the breakfast buffet and possibly had some late nights and less than restful sleep.
While it can be tough to get back into a healthy routine after a lovely hiatus, there are a few non-negotiable strategies that can get you back to a healthy routine quickly…… Read full article here
Articles courtesy of TAL
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