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tart liv­ing life bet­ter to­day with

a proven 10-week online well­ness pro­gram that will help you find a healthier, stronger, leaner and fitter you. Kick­ing off to­day (Fe­bru­ary 2),

cov­ers ev­ery­thing you need to know about los­ing weight, get­ting fit and im­prov­ing your strength and vi­tal­ity. It’s about mak­ing achiev­able and im­por­tant changes to the way you live, changes that you and your fam­ily can sus­tain for life.

has been de­vel­oped by ex­perts and can be cus­tomised to suit you and your life­style. Un­like many pro­grams, it’s not about fol­low­ing a diet that leaves you hun­gry and an ex­er­cise pro­gram that’s too dif­fi­cult. This is a pro­gram that can be tai­lored for ev­ery Aus­tralian, young and old, be­cause it’s aimed at help­ing you live your best pos­si­ble life.

Join the thou­sands of peo­ple who have signed up to

and start chang­ing your life to­day.

Ss­tarted a food di­ary to see the in/out en­ergy counts. One of the bril­liant things about

is hav­ing all the ex­perts you need in one space.” “Af­ter slim­ming down for our wed­ding last June, my wife and I have re­laxed our healthy habits a bit too much! How­ever, we’re keen to start a fam­ily and know los­ing weight will give us the best chance. We en­joy ex­er­cise – we just need a nudge to get go­ing.” When the go­ing gets tough, fol­low this ad­vice from the pros to stay mo­ti­vated through­out your health rev­o­lu­tion. Like many of us, you’ve prob­a­bly been gorg­ing on sweet treats over sum­mer, so go­ing cold tur­key and ditch­ing su­gar can set off crav­ings. b+s nu­tri­tion­ist Lisa Guy has this ad­vice to help man­age them.

Have break­fast: Skip­ping it can lead to low blood-su­gar lev­els, en­ergy slumps and those mid-morn­ing su­gar temp­ta­tions.

Eat pro­tein-rich foods: Th­ese have a low GI and help sta­bilise blood-su­gar lev­els. This helps to curb the sweet crav­ings

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