Vitamins That Help Achieve Your New Year’s Resolutions

The beginning of a new year means resolutions, fitness goals and lifestyle improvements. Knowing what you would like to achieve this year is a great start, but how can you best achieve your goals? We’ve rounded up some popular supplements that can help you achieve your resolutions.

1. Exercise More 

According to YouGov’s 2019 New Year’s surveythe three most popular UK resolutions focus on health and nutrition, with increasing exercise coming out on top(1) But how can we reach these goals? Supplements can be a great start, helping to boost your fitness routine from within.  

Electrolytes are essential chemicals which are involved in several important processes including muscle function, hydration and blood pressure. Electrolytes are lost through excessive sweating during high intensity exercise, so supplementing your levels can help.  

Sometimes tiredness can prevent us from getting the most out of your workouts. Myvitamins Energy Bites are a high fibre, high protein blend of essential nutrients including vitamin B6, designed to reduce feelings of tiredness (2) and maintain normal energy yielding metabolism. (3) These Peanut Butter flavour bites are also enriched with maca and guarana, two popular plant extracts famous for their antioxidant properties.  

2. Lose Weight  

YouGov found that the second and third most popular New Year’s resolutions were losing weight and improving diet, with both of these taking up over half of the overall votes. (1) Whilst a healthy, balanced diet combined with regular exercise is vital for weight loss, supplements can give you a helping hand.  

Glucomannan is a water-soluble dietary fibre which expands in the stomach to help you feel fuller for longer. (4) Myvitamins Glucomannan Capsules are a convenient source of this natural nutrient and are the perfect way to support your goals every single day.  

Myvitamins Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies are designed to kick start your New Year detox. Our unique formula contains chromium to maintain normal blood glucose levels (5) as well as vitamin C to support immune function (6) and skin health. 7 

3. Focus on Personal Wellbeing  

Personal wellbeing is another popular resolution, but self-care isn’t just about lighting a candle or taking an evening bath. Self-care is all about making small changes to your everyday routine that impact your life for the better.  

Relaxation and sleep are a huge part of personal wellbeing and that’s where supplements can help. Myvitamins Relax Capsules are an expert blend of natural extracts including chamomile as well as essential minerals such as zinc and magnesium.  

4. Make Plant-Based Progress 

In January 2020, a record number of 400,000 people signed up to take part in Veganuary. Lots of us want to make plant-based changes but it can be difficult to know where to start.  

Protein is an essential nutrient which is found mostly in meats, fish and eggs. Boost your daily protein intake with Myvitamins Pea Protein Powder. This vegan-friendly, gluten-free supplement contains 23g of protein per serving and is perfect for adding to shakes, bakes and smoothies.  

For a vegan-friendly addition to your beauty routine, try our bestselling Hyaluronic AcidThis high-quality source of a moisture-retaining molecule supports your skin from within every single day.  

Support your resolutions every single day with Myvitamins supplements. Shop the full range here.  

  2. Vitamin B6 contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. 
  3. Vitamin B6 contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism. 
  4. Glucomannan in the context of an energy restricted diet contributes to weight loss. The beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 3 g of glucomannan in three doses of 1 g each, together with 1-2 glasses of water, before meals and in the context of an energy-restricted diet. 
  5. Chromium contributes to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels. 
  6. Vitamin C contributes to the normal function of the immune system. 
  7. Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of skin.,2019%20and%20170%2C000%20in%202018. 

Beth Addey

Beth Addey

Writer and expert

Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr) Beth is a Registered Associate Nutritionist specialising in vegan nutrition, nutritional psychology and weight management. Beth has a passion for holistic health, viewing overall health as the result of interactions between physical and emotional wellbeing.