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  • Writer's pictureJane Syme – Registered Clinical Nutritionist

Lifestyle Commitment

Are you ready to take control of your health?

As another year rolls around, many of us start thinking about making some new goals for our health. While this is awesome to get us to start thinking about our health, I really want to reinforce how important it is to making looking after your health a priority all year round.

Start making some small changes, that will have a big impact on your overall health. These can be as simple as;


Begin with improving one meal and then working towards improving the rest of your nutrition. For example – increase your protein and vegetables for breakfast by making an omelet and vegetables.

Swap those sugary drinks for sparkling water, adding lemon and mint.

Replace processed snacks with raw nuts which are a good source of protein and fat.

Physical Activity

Start daily movement – any kind on incidental movement all adds up at the end of the day.

· Take the stairs instead of the elevator

· Take a walk on your lunch break

· Sit on an exercise ball at your desk instead of a chair (this builds core strength)

· Take a 10-minute walk in the morning and/or evening


Improve your sleep by ensuring you are getting the required 8 hours a night, which is so vital for optimal health. Even starting with an extra 15 minutes a night will be an improvement to increasing that sleep needed for many functions in the body that include:-

· Blood Sugar Regulation (weight management)

· Cardiovascular Health

· Immune Health

· Mental Health

· Digestive Health

Some of the smallest changes you start making can have a beneficial impact to your overall health.

Please contact me to arrange an appointment

Jane Syme – Registered Clinical Nutritionist

Phone - 027-3080-305


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