New year’s resolutions

Every year, year-after-year, a lot of resolutions are about losing weight and getting fit. Fad diet companies and gyms are inundated with new registrations.

Been there, done that, got the stretchy T-shirt, right?!

New year's resolutions

But do you know that 80% of new year resolutions fail by February? Yep!

People make them just because it’s a new year and it’s what people do. It’s no more deep-rooted than that. The further they get from the date, the less important the resolution is. Then the next new year comes around and they make the same resolution but from an even less healthy start.

It doesn’t have to be like that!

Choose a new way of eating for the rest of your life, not a fad diet for a month or two. Simply commit to eating well and let fitnaturally support and teach you.

Nuush is the calm person’s approach to lifelong healthy eating.

We help you to set achievable goals over a realistic period of time – we don’t promise miraculous pounds of fat loss week after week.

We provide an easy menu of gorgeous family-and-work-friendly meals for the week – we don’t lock you in to a system of points, ‘syns’, calorie counting or ‘free’ foods.

We show you just the right amount of food to eat with plenty of room for all the things you love – we don’t tell you to cut out carbs or start eating low fat bleurgh.

Our plans give you lovely, seasonal, food all year round, in just the right amount. It’s not a big fanfare, it’s three beautiful eating opportunities every single day, forever.

And it’s so much more than that too:

  • fad-free
  • qualified
  • simple
  • calm
  • realistic
  • ethical
  • money-saving
  • effective
  • lasting
  • supportive
  • friendly
  • diverse
  • waste-saving
  • educational
  • life-enhancing
  • indispensable 😀

Choose the tranquil way to get and stay healthy in 2018 and beyond.

Thank you for reading this article. Please note that while we share a lot of awesome information and research you should be aware our articles are strictly for informational purposes and do not constitute medical advice intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease.

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