The snooze button can feel like the greatest invention on a Monday morning! However did you know that it may be doing more harm than good?
The healthier approach to a refreshing mocktail.
Following the festive season binge, your liver is laden with toxins and subsequently is less efficient in breaking down fat.
An important part of maintaining New Year’s resolutions is ensuring that both your mind and surroundings are positive and that they support your goals.
Join the G.I Lean team at Oakfield Farm Bridal Expo on Saturday, 30 and Sunday, 31 January in Muldersdrift. We hope to see you all there!
Looking for a non-alcoholic, healthy drink option for New Year’s Eve? Why not try this refreshing Watermelon slush? It is so easy, only uses three ingredients and the best part is, no one will ever know that it has no alcohol in it.
Get the Low-GI recipe to your favourite sweet snack!
Sugar plays a big role in achieving your weight loss goals and while you may think you consume little of the substance, you may be surprised to find hidden sugars in your diet. The key to cutting out sugar is sticking to whole foods and using G.I. Lean’s Xylitol to sweeten meals. We have some tips to ensure that you get rid of the processed, hidden sugars for good.
Sugar is one of the most harmful ingredients to your health and weight loss. Fortunately, you don’t need to forfeit sweetness in your Christmas recipes; try G.I. Lean’s Xylitol as a sugar substitution.
There is no need to be a party-pooper this festive season just because you are watching what you eat. Instead, arm yourself with our simple tactics while sticking to the basic principles of the G.I. Lean lifestyle.