Christmas is over, and it’s a shock to the system. But that doesn’t mean you have to fall victim to the January blues!
The indulgent meals, gift-giving, and get-togethers with family have been left behind in 2017, but that’s a good thing. After the social whirl of the festive season, January isn’t a time to feel down – it’s an opportunity to simplify, and get back to the fundamentals of life.
If December is all about others, this can be the month to start focusing on you.
Nothing is more fundamental to you than your own body, so it’s no surprise that many people make New Year’s resolutions to take up running, join a gym or start a diet in January. After eating a few too many mince pies over Christmas, many of us become self-conscious and chase after weight loss.
But that could be a mistake. Rather than taking a knee-jerk approach to self-improvement, why not concentrate on what your body needs to look and feel better over the course of a year?
Boosting body and mind
Getting more of the good stuff, every day, is key. That might mean setting achievable exercise goals, or changing what you eat to ensure you have a balanced diet, as recommended by the NHS. It could also mean taking supplements to give you a significant boost, where it really matters to you.
Perhaps a Vitamin D supplement might be a good option, as it helps maintain bones and teeth while also supporting your immune system, and our bodies are unable to produce it during a cloudy British January.
If you need more get-up-and-go for your new exercise regime, what about a Vitamin B supplement? Vitamin B plays an important role in reducing tiredness and fatigue. VITAMIN B COMPLEX+ from FutureYou contains 100% of your recommended daily allowance in a high-strength formulation.
And if you’re thinking about your heart this January – Valentine’s Day is coming, after all! – the careful fermentation process that goes into the creation of BLACK GARLIC results in 10X higher S-allylcysteine and polyphenol content. Scientists have shown that these two ingredients help maintain a healthy heart and cholesterol levels.
So, think ahead! There’s a whole year to come. How would you like to feel by the time next Christmas rolls around?