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9 Jan 2015

The spike in January gym memberships is usually followed by a swift drop in attendance levels as fitness resolutions and detox plans are hastily abandoned. However, there are plenty of reasons to stick with the detox to make the process feel a lot easier.

Producing long term results takes time

The key to feeling fitter and healthier for the long term is to be consistent with exercise and diet plans. The problem is that many people want instant results without the effort and end up bowing out before the new routine has a chance to work. It takes time to cancel out the ill effects of unhealthy eating and a sedentary lifestyle but it’s worth the struggle in the long run.

Vitamins and natural aids can kick start an ailing detox plan

Sales of supplements that aid digestion and reduce appetite, like Green Tea Extract and Gingko Biloba, tend to increase in January as customers focus on boosting their energy levels, alertness and mood throughout the winter months. Taking these supplements regularly will help consumers to feel healthier very early on. As a retailer, Nature’s Care vitamins and minerals are a great range to recommend; customers will feel the noticeable benefits of incorporating them into their diet, giving them the energy and impetus to continue with their health and fitness resolutions for the year ahead.

Steady weight loss is better than an instant drop

Eating a clean diet made up of complex carbohydrates, leafy greens and protein can help to boost weight loss and encourage the digestive process along. Maintaining a healthy weight reduces the risk of diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure. If weight loss is achieved slowly there’s a greater chance of keeping it off for the long term. Who is the blog directed to? Inform consumers that taking Fish Oils and Essential Fatty Acids can also help to reduce blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Radiant skin, stronger nails and shinier hair

Eating right leads to healthier skin, nails and hair as the body receives all the nutrients it requires to promote cell renewal and boost elasticity. Recommend Co Enzyme Q10, an ideal supplement to revive tired-looking skin – its anti-ageing properties help to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, smooth and soften the skin and improve blood circulation.

Rise in energy levels and reduction in ailments

Fatigue and lethargy will be side-lined by a successful detox as energy levels improve. This is especially true if customers have given up alcohol and fatty foods that are known to dull, rather than enhance, the senses. Advise customers to take supplements that prevent infections and illnesses to ensure that they don’t fall off the fitness bandwagon. Cranberry is ideal for preventing urinary infections and Ginger is useful for treating colds and the flu.

Talk to your customers about their individual detox goals and recommend a personalised mix of vitamins and minerals to help them reach their targets with ease. Provide them with the right mix of supplements to complement their detox plan and they’ll soon be feeling fitter, healthier and ‘Parkacre prepared’ for the year ahead.

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