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Supplements for New Year's Resolutions

With 2019 just having started, we thought we’d take a moment to try and help you understand how supplementation and great nutrition can help you to realise your New Year’s resolution.

Whether you want to improve your diet, lose weight or learn a new skill, all of these can be made more attainable by better understanding nutrition and how what you eat and drink (or don’t!) can impact your wellbeing.

Perhaps, the most common goal when it comes to New Year’s resolutions is to lose weight and have a healthier figure. A great first step can be to change what you’re drinking on a daily basis.

Instead of your regular coffee, tea, or soft drink, why not make the switch to green tea? A cup of green tea contains zero calories, and can in fact kick start your metabolism and encourage the body to burn energy. Furthermore, you can relax and enjoy further health benefits from powerful antioxidants and soothing theanine which is contained within the leaf.

To further upgrade your green tea’s weight loss power, why not add raspberry extract? Ketones in raspberry leaves have been shown in studies to increase fat breakdown and help to release the hormone adiponectin which supports the regulation of glucose levels.

Of course, having a great diet is only one component of maintaining a healthy weight. I won’t patronise you by talking about how important exercise is, but let’s focus on nutrition and supplements that can help you to push yourself harder and achieve better results.

Kicking things off with pre-workout nutrition can help you workout for longer and stay energised. Ashwaganda is a good choice to boost overall stamina and endurance, while this natural substance can also help to relax the mind and keep you focused.

Protecting your joints and keeping them flexible and strong should also be a priority. Consider a formula which contains a broad range of nutrients to keep yourself supple. Don’t forget to ensure you consume plenty of high-quality protein in order to fuel growth and development.

Another very popular new year’s resolution is to learn a new skill, which requires a different set of considerations – the first of which is memory.

Some studies have shown that the herb Ginkgo Biloba may prevent memory loss and help you retain learned information. It does this by enhancing circulation and increasing blood flow to the brain.

To further boost cognitive function, Acetyl-L-Carnitine (ALCAR) can help improve focus and provide more mental energy. Becoming a particularly popular nootropic supplement in recent years, ALCAR works by helping the mitochondria in your brain to burn energy and run at higher energy levels. A real powerhouse!

If you’re thinking about looking for an all-in-one solution, why not explore Natural Stacks CILTEP, a natural nootropic that combines artichoke extract and forskolin, to create a potent, long last effect to support learning.

Be sure to browse through our full range of organic nutrition products and healthy supplements and find what you need to make 2019’s new year’s resolution stick.

What new year’s resolutions will you be pursuing this year and how are you planning to make them a reality? Leave a comment below, we’d love to hear from you.

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More About The Author - Henry Maitland

Henry Maitland I've been working in the health and fitness world and have been studying related subjects for over 20 years.I started out studying sports science and human biology in 1994 and went on to qualify and work as a masseur in 1996 than as a personal trainer in 2001.I then went on to qualify as a CHEK practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach in 2002. These are both multi stage qualifications and I spent ten years working my way through the more advanced levels and the epic reading lists that go with them. I still have Chek level 4 to look forward to and in the coming years plan to travel to San Diego and finish the journey.I took a brief break from my studies with the CHEK institute in 2007 to qualify as a St John's certified Neuromuscular Therapist and returned in 2008 and 2009 to complete the level 3 CHEK certifications.4 years ago I started studying with the four winds institute of energy medicine in America which is formed from the ancient shamanic healing techniques of the South American Q'ero Indians. This combined with the works of David; R Hawkins MD brought together for me the most extraordinary revelation as to dynamics of true health and wellness.I continue to read and study on my own path guided by those that I have studied with previously as I continue my research in to the many subjects that form the health equation.I have been running my own business, Core Evolution, for the last 12 years. I spend the majority of my time taking people through advanced holistic rehabilitation programmes and work on all areas of the Evolution Cycle of health (although not at the same time!)I very much hope I can share some of what I have discovered with you through the Evolution Organics blog.In health, chi, and happiness.Henry Maitland C.H.E.K practitioner level 3 St Johns Certified Neuromuscular therapist levels 1-8 C.H.E.K HLC level 3 C.H.E.K certified golf biomechanic ITEC certified Remedial masseur Shamanic healer - The four winds institute

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