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Want to lose weight easily even in Winter? Here's how:

1. Go to bed early and get your Winter beauty sleep: 8 hours minimum! Animals hibernate in Winter and with less sunshine and Vitamin D around even humans need more sleep. Guess what, we lose weight most efficiently when we get enough sleep: by lowering stress hormones and boosting growth hormone, more sleep in Winter means a slimmer, even more beautiful you!

2. Bounce out of bed and go for a brisk walk or run or do 10 mins of HIIT as soon as you get up. Then gently awake your digestion with a high-antioxidant Protein Shake.

Proteins are the building blocks of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. Protein is a MACRO-nutrient meaning we need an appropriate amount for our body every day. Proteins are essential for our bodies ability to build and repair tissue. Your body needs proteins to make enzymes, hormones and other body chemicals.
According to celebrity nutritionist JJ Virgin: "
Among its benefits, studies show a high-protein breakfast suppresses your hunger hormone ghrelin, curbs your appetite, and crushes cravings.
Breakfast often gets low priority during the morning rush. A protein shake provides a fast, super-simple meal to stay focused and fabulous all morning.
A protein shake can also help you lose weight. One meta-analysis using six studies concluded a meal replacement "can safely and effectively produce significant sustainable weight loss and improve weight-related risk factors of disease."

A 2017 review reported that supplementing with whey protein might reduce body weight and total fat mass in people who are overweight or obese. It may also reduce blood pressure, total cholesterol, and other risk factors for cardiovascular diseases.

A 2018 meta-analysis of 49 studies supports the use of protein for building muscle. The research suggests that protein supplements significantly improve muscle size and strength in healthy adults who perform resistance exercise training, such as lifting weights.

Protein supplementation was equally effective in men and women. However, the effectiveness may decrease with age, as older adults actually have higher protein requirements than younger people, given that they often absorb it less effectively. So starting every day with a highly bioavailable protein shake may bring even more benefit when we are older.

After exercise a protein shake can also speed up recovery by reducing muscle damage and improving muscle performance and muscle protein synthesis.

The recommended daily intake of protein for people aged 19 years and over is 46 g for women and 56 g for men.

If you would like some of my personal favourite high-nutrition, superfood protein shake recipes for sustained energy and easy weight loss, just email me on <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>

With Love and Radiant Health,