How are your New Year’s Resolutions going? Nutted Out Nutrition can help!

 In Wellness

So we are well and truly into 2016- can you believe it is already the end of January? I bet most of you cant. The dietitians here at Nutted Out Nutrition are back into the full swing of all things nutrition and food (not like we really left as we just luuuvvvvv food!).

Whether you have been back at work for the last few weeks, organising the kids to get them ready to head back to school, or heading back home from holidays; are any of you thinking, ‘whoah… where has the time gone… and what has happened to my new year’s resolutions’?

End of January/beginning of February can be a difficult time for many people who have pledged to make some changes to their lifestyle- whether it be in regards to food and nutrition, or another area of their life. Usually the first couple of weeks are good: you go in head first, make a whole lot of changes, and things are coming along nicely… and then after a couple of weeks… this is where some people start to run into difficulty, or old habits start to creep back in.

But remember, we are here to help you. Support and coaching can assist you in staying on track, especially when it comes to helping you over barriers and providing realistic solutions or ideas.

Beginning of February is when most people start to really get back into the full swing of everyday life: back to work, kids back in school, summer holidays over… and life starts getting busy!

Keep those goals you set yourself front of mind… and if you feel them slipping away a little, then jump on it and seek some professional help.

In regards to nutrition, food and health, our expert dietitians can provide advice, support, coaching and evidenced based information to help you reach your goals this year.

Remember long term change is best, and so the changes you make have to work with your lifestyle.

So if you feel you could use some advice or support in the area of nutrition and food, then contact us at Nutted Out Nutrition to make an appointment with one of our dietitians!

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