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New Year, New you, Resolutions

Resolutions – 10 Days Into Your 2012 

So you made a list, you thought about what was important, and now you are running out of steam.  If you look at most New Year’s Resolution top ten lists almost all of them we have seen include 5 or more that involve getting healthier.  Some of the most popular are losing weight, quitting smoking, getting fit, eating better, etc…  Unfortunately the plans to achieve these goals seldom make it to paper and even less often to we stick to them.

5 Birds 1 Stone

When we picture our future selves we often think of a healthier more robust person who has gained something for their effort.  This ideal person we look to become is not created by a single act, but rather by a repetitious act that becomes our norm and standard way of life.  One easy change that takes 50 cents a day and less than a minute to accomplish is to make Omega – 3’s a part of your daily routine.  You can get pharmaceutical grade fish oil for less than the leading pack of gum.  The healthy components present in fish oil effect all the above mentioned goals for increased health and more!  Increase the success rate of your healthy new year resolutions by adding 1800 – 2000 mg of omega 3 fish oil to your daily diet.

How Do I Know Which Fish Oil To Get?

You have asked the right question, and unfortunately the answer is not easy.  There are some companies that use misleading labels and  then use fillers to make you think you are getting what you need and taking your money while not fulfilling their promises.  You can look at the fish oil quality section on this blog to help with your selection.  Make sure to at least get the right dosage/ day (1800 – 2000 mg minimum) and then learn about the cost effectiveness, easiest dosage, and best tasting.  Make this year the year you complete your new year resolutions.  To stay motivate, check out other blog posts about heart health, anti-aging and more.

 
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