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Is the new you overdue? Scottish Slimmers could be the perfect choice

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IF you’re trying to stick to a new healthy lifestyle this January, Scottish Slimmers’ advice, ideas and tips could be the answer.

Now we’re back in the swing of things and the last of the Quality Street is finally gone, the fridge now empty of tempting treats and the regular ‘9 to 5’ feeling like we’ve never been away it’s time to start thinking about the new you.

And if one of your resolutions for 2017 is get fit, healthy and lose weight, Scottish Slimmers classes could be the perfect choice thanks to their all-new food plan.

Scottish Slimmers have now introduced ‘Flexislim’, a programme designed around Feelgood foods and flexible eating.

Alexandra Howie, marketing director at Scottish Slimmers, explained: “We believe in enjoying food. We don’t believe that losing weight means you have to starve and we don’t believe any food should be banned. At Scottish Slimmers nothing is off the menu.

“With our new feel-good food plan, our flexible approach is more relaxed. We believe eating healthier makes life feel better. We believe in small, simple food and lifestyle changes and we focus on how you feel, your wellbeing and not just your weight on the scales.”

The new plan allows slimmers to eat as much as they like of healthy, filling foods such as fresh vegetables, lean low-fat meats, pulses and fish, without weighing portions or counting calories.

And those following the plan can also ‘earn’ extra calories by increasing their daily exercise regime.

Alexandra said: “Whether you love or loathe exercise it’s important to try to be as active as you can – your body, and the scales, will love you for it.

“We want to encourage our members to build exercise and activity into their weekly routine and following our new Flexislim food plans and being active is the best combination to achieve the very best results.”

Scottish Slimmers currently hold more than 400 weekly slimming classes in local areas across the country, offering Scots support, nutritional advice and tips on small positive changes for making a big impact on lifestyle and health.

Alexandra added: “By joining Scottish Slimmers you have taken the first step towards feeling happier and healthier, and we are by your side all the way to give you support, motivation and encouragement whenever you need it.”

For more information about Scottish Slimmers and their new Flexislim food plan log on to www.scottishslimmers.com