Taking a meal replacement or nutritional supplements without changing your diet and lifestyle is not enough to ensure that you will lose weight. In order to lose weight, you must consistently burn more calories than you take in. Equally important is to maintain good nutrition choosing a varied and balanced diet, to help your body maintain health, strength and energy.
Almost everyone would agree that fad diets for quick weight loss almost never result in permanent weight loss.
Our Lighten-Up! Nutritional Weight Management Programme, when combined with exercise and a healthy diet, can be a key to your new lifestyle of life-long successful and healthy weight management.
Lighten-Up! Nutritional Protein Drink Mix
Our new drink mix is packed with natural source ingredients to provide efficient, balanced nutrition to help maintain health and energy while making the lifestyle changes needed for successful lifelong weight management.
Natural CoQ10: CoQ10 assists in the production of energy by the cells, thereby playing an important role in energy metabolism within the body. It also contributes to the efficient functioning of the immune system and helps maintain heart health.
Alpha Lipoic Acid: Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) plays a role in fat metabolism, acting as a co-factor for energy production. As both water-soluble and a fat-soluble antioxidant, it provides internal cell protection and cell membrane (external) protection against damage caused by harmful free radicals. ALA also impacts on glucose metabolism.
Siberian Ginseng: Siberian Ginseng is considered an ‘adaptogen’ because it helps the body adapt to changing circumstances. The use of this herb dates back about 2000 years and it has been used widely to help maintain optimal stamina, support physical and mental well-being and to maintain feelings of energy and vitality.
Organic Almonds: for many years almonds were considered ‘fattening’. However, studies indicate that those who include nuts, such as almonds, in their diet tend to have lower body mass indexes. Although almonds are high in fat and calories, the protein (about 18%) and fibre content may help you feel fuller for longer and so eating them in moderation when following a restricted diet may aid weight loss.
Almonds, when eaten as part of a diet low in saturated fat, may also contribute to heart health by helping to maintain normal cholesterol levels.
Organic Quinoa: Quinoa is a high protein seed that is used as a grain. It is recognised widely as a good source of a complete protein. It also provides a range of other important nutrients such as fibre and slow-releasing carbohydrates that help to maintain blood sugar