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29 Mar, 2016

Getting Back to Your Healthy Lifestyle

Unlike the post-Christmas return to work we’re feeling refreshed and energised after Easter. With lighter mornings and (slightly) warmer temperatures, it’s the perfect time of year for a fresh start. To help you on your way, we've made a list of our top ways to get back to your healthy lifestyle.

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The sun is shining, and unlike the post-Christmas return to work we’re feeling refreshed and energised after Easter. With lighter mornings and (slightly) warmer temperatures, it’s the perfect time of year for a fresh start, abundant with opportunity. To help you on your way, we've made a list of our top ways to get back to your healthy lifestyle after the long weekend, because everybody loves a list:

  • Get back to nature. Food should look like food so avoid anything processed. If you cook from scratch you’ll immediately cut out added salts, sugars, oils and preservatives used in a lot of processed and ready-made meals.
  • Dark leafy greens come into their own during spring, and calorie for calorie they are more nutritious than any other food. Whizz up a fresh vegetable juice using kale and spinach to give your nutrient level a boost. Add a shot of wheatgrass to really pack in the vitamins. Our juice recipe has you covered.
  • Schedule in your weekly workout with a friend. We're all in the same boat after eating one too many Mini Eggs and the extra support will ensure we pull those leggings on and get up and at 'em!

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Words: Ellen Tewkesbury

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