With the new year fast approaching, many people’s resolution features a plan for a healthier lifestyle and with that, a healthier diet.
A great addition to your daily source of nutrients and a great accompaniment to any new dietary plan can be achieved with the wide variety of supplements used to provide your body with a healthy boost.
According to Fit Republic’s Austin Evans, “There are so many different supplements that all do so many different things.” Evans is also the owner of Lean Kitchen and points out that, “You have your typical fat-burners that are going to give you energy, and you’re going to feel them working. There’s also fat-loss products that maybe help your thyroid be a little bit more active and speed up your metabolism. Overall, they’re going to make your body work more efficiently.”
Daily supplements may already be a part of your routine, whether they include favorable chewy vitamins or fish oils. However, vendors such as the Fit Republic also include muscle building supplements as well as variations that promote improved sleep.
“There are so many different types of supplements. You just have to find the ones that work for your body type, and that’s what we help you do” he said.
That being said, supplements alone won’t suffice when planning a fresh start to healthy living. Experts urge the importance for people to maintain a well-balanced diet and healthy meal schedule alongside dietary. This notion led Evans to create a food service he called `lean Kitchen.
“A lot of people make the mistake of supplementing in place of their diet. Real food is the most important thing. That’s kind of why I started Lean Kitchen,” Evans explained. “People need to eat healthy, real food. Supplements can be added into that to fill nutritional deficiencies, to help accelerate results, reduce calorie intake and really give you an edge when it comes to working out.”
In addition, they offer meal-replacements that enriched with nutritious value whilst simultaneously helping you stay feeling full throughout the day.
“We have a meal-replacement shake fast-, medium- and slow-digesting proteins, so whenever you drink that shake, your body’s going to feel full now and feel full for hours versus starving all the time,” Evans stated.
As a result, whenever new customers visit Evans to discuss their efforts towards a healthier lifestyle, dietary supplements are always much farther down the list of steps he suggests.
“It’s not always going to be supplemented for the first thing. All the time, it’s going to be nutrition and diet, and that’s the biggest thing we do,” explained Evans. “We help people get their diet right. You’re not going to get results with supplements alone. You have to have the diet there, the exercise, the sleep — all of those pieces play into one another.”