Body & Fitness

Always in a rush?

Do you need to get your balance back? There’s no better time of year to lock in healthy habits

It’s a way of life that’s all too familiar. Some call it being busy, others just call it stress. Whatever we call it, racing from one activity and responsibility to another can play havoc with our inner wellbeing. Especially as the summer season can turn into a whirl of socialising, family and work commitments, entertaining, eating rich foods and drinking alcohol.

With this is mind, even when your plate is always full, you can still make a difference to your health by making sure that plate has all the right foods on it – starting with a balanced breakfast.

A simple way you can begin a new breakfast habit is with Symbio™ Probalance™ yoghurt. Each serve of Symbio™ contains billions of DR10™ natural probiotics, plus calcium and fibre, to maintain digestive health.

Symbio™ is delicious with cereal, over fresh fruit or simply on its own – and a single serve a day is an easy step you can take to help support your digestive balance.

This year, by setting small achievable goals, such as taking the time for a healthy breakfast, it may feel easier to take those essential steps on your wellbeing journey.

Try these 5 simple steps

• Rise and shine, on time. Allowing enough time to get ready will have a positive effect on your entire day.

• Eat a healthy breakfast. One 150g serve of Symbio™ Probalance™ daily is a simple way to help restore your digestive balance.

• Beat stress by singing – loudly! Belting out your favourite tune while stuck in traffic is perfect.

• Choose healthy snacks. You’ll feel better for it!

• Sit quietly for 10 minutes each day and focus on your breathing.

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