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2019 Goals Have a Healthier New Year

7 life-changing resolutions you’ll want to keep

If you find yourself making and breaking the same resolutions every year, then make 2019 the year you keep your promises. We’ve asked a team of experts to give us their advice for a healthy and happy new year.


“January sees most people regretting going back for their third helping of Christmas dinner and vowing to hit the gym hard. However, with almost a fifth of us quoting lack of time for not exercising, 2019 is the time to be smarter and more efficient with your workouts so you see maximum results in minimum time. HIIT has long been hailed as one of the best workouts to incorporate into your routine for torching fat fast. New scientifically-backed research by Les Mills, has shown that you only need 30-40 minutes of HIIT per week in a maximum training zone (which is 90 per cent of your maximum heart rate) to provide the best results. By pushing the body into its maximum training zone for short periods, a positive stress response is triggered that creates bio-chemical changes in the body, which help build new muscle and improve fitness. Now, that’s what we call efficient.”

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Happy New Year! It’s 2019, and it feels like we are officially living in the future. Instead of the flying, solar-powered cars and self-tying shoe laces we were promised we’d have by the movies, we’re instead fighting climate change, plastic pollution and for animal rights with more conviction and momentum than ever before. If you’ve picked up this magazine because you want to go vegan this year, you’ve made a brilliant choice — not just for you, but for the animals and planet as a whole. We’ve got everything you need to know, including what to buy on your weekly shop, how to have a successful Veganuary and the inspirational vegans you need to follow on social media. We also caught up with the lovely Clare Every, aka The Little London Vegan, who has some great plant-based restaurant recommendations to help you get your foodie fix. Whilst 2018 was a fantastic year for veganism, we still have a lot of work to do. Claire Bass from the Humane Society International unearths the truths of the shocking fur trade, and we investigate the burgeoning and dangerous exotic pet industry. Whilst these horrific trades still exist we must continue to spread the vegan message and give a voice to the voiceless. So let’s head into the new year united, campaigning for change and working towards a better and more peaceful earth. Who’s with me? See you next month,

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