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So, you’ve decided to set forth and accomplish a goal in 2017 – that’s great! You are among the 50 percent of Americans who make a resolution at the start of each year. The question is: Will you be among the 8 percent who actually stick to it?
With Res-Q on your side, our bet is yes. However, we want to increase your odds a bit, so let’s review some tips on how to succeed (for real, this time).
Goal: Lose Weight
If you’ve decided you want to slim down in 2017, you should set measurable goals. “Losing weight” is a nebulous and lofty goal that’s difficult to achieve if you don’t give yourself mini milestones. However, if you say you are going to eliminate sugar from your diet and walk for 30 minutes three times a week in the hopes that you’ll lose 5 pounds in two weeks (and build from there), the end goal becomes more achievable. Res-Q’s brand new Ideal Weight can help you on your weight-loss journey. In fact, clinical studies show when taken as directed and paired with a sensible diet, most people notice results in two weeks.
Goal: Start Exercising
Getting active is one of the best things you can do for your health. It’s great for your heart, joints, brain and mood. If you haven’t gotten much activity lately, you may feel stiff and sore when you first start. This is completely normal. GlycoMarine and 1250 omega-3 can help lubricate your joints and keep you moving throughout the year.
Goal: Get More Sleep
“I’m so tired.” If these words sound familiar, chances are you’re not getting enough restorative sleep. The average adult needs seven to eight hours of shuteye nightly. If you want to stay healthy, this is a requirement – not an option. Some researchers say regularly depriving yourself of sleep is just as bad for your health as smoking. Omega-3s can help regulate your circadian rhythm so you feel sleepy when you should. If you have trouble falling and staying asleep, Res-Q PM could be what you need to help you get the rest your body needs.
Goal: Eat Better
We’ve all been there. We have good intentions to eat well, but then someone brings cookies to work. It’s OK to indulge occasionally if you stay on track the rest of the time. One of the best ways to do this is to plan ahead – look at restaurant menus before you get there and choose a healthy option; fill up on the veggie tray at the party before you choose a couple calorie-rich options; keep a healthy snack in the car while you’re out running errands so you’re not tempted to hit a fast food drive-through. If sugar cravings are your nemesis, 105MAX could help. It helps fight those cravings and supports healthy blood sugar metabolism.
Goal: Be Happier
Ah, the elusive state of mind. When asked what’s wanted most in life, the majority of people simply reply, “I want to be happy.” Although many, many factors contribute to contentment, a positive attitude certainly plays a starring role. If you’re one of the billions struggling to stay positive, omega-3s may be just what the doctor ordered. Time and time again, studies show omega-3s, particularly those high in EPA, can help ease depression and improve mood. And when you’re feeling good, you will feel more motivated to accomplish all of your goals, all year long!
People feel stressed at many different times, and the holiday season tends to be one of them. Stress on a healthy level can be motivating; but too much of it may lead to violence, anger and depression. If you’re feeling stressed, overwhelmed, burned out or even a little sad right now, relax – there are supplements to help.
Ah-choo! Sniffle. Sniffle. Ah-choo! These are not the sounds you want to hear as you go about your holiday business. But inevitably, some germ-infested person will cross your path while you rush from store to store crossing things off your shopping list. The good news is there are things you can do to keep yourself healthy, so you can enjoy all the festivities the season holds. Read on to learn more.
Pennsburg, Pa. (September 7, 2016) – N3 Oceanic, Inc., makers of Res-Q
natural supplements, today announced the appointment of a new President following a comprehensive nationwide search for the position. Michael Swift, a veteran senior leader in the natural supplements industry, was named President in August.
"Michael has the industry knowledge and leadership abilities to move us forward in a time of great change and great opportunity for our industry,” said Tracy Shields, a member of N3 Oceanic’s board of directors and co-owner, along with her brothers Tim Shields and Mike Shields. “His leadership style fits our company’s culture and we believe he will provide the guidance we need to drive the future success of our company.”
Stress makes many people reach for a drink, which all too easily turns into three drinks…and sometimes three more after that. When alcohol doesn’t cut it, it’s not uncommon to seek something else, whether it’s prescription pain pills from a long-ago surgery or recreational drugs from a friend who promises a quick escape from the realities of life.
Unfortunately, numbing the pain, whether with alcohol or drugs, often creates a menacing cycle of addiction. It also depletes your body of nutrients, which fuels the cycle of addiction and further damages your health. Thankfully there is promising research that shows omega-3s can help fight addiction and boost your health at the same time.
Res-Q customers have long been fans of GlycoMarine, a joint health supplement made from green-lipped muscle extract. During a recent Res-Q Healthline radio show that featured callers talking about GlycoMarine, show host Paul Perrello and N3 Oceanic co-owner Tim Shields discussed the research behind the product. Below you will find a snapshot of that research.
The results of a post-heart attack clinical trial published recently in the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation are being called breakthrough. The randomized clinical trial done by researchers at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital showed that consuming 3360 milligrams of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) omega-3 fatty acids daily, paired with standard evidence-based medical care following a heart attack, reduces scarring in undamaged heart muscle and increases the heart’s ability to pump blood.