Falling short on the New Year’s Resolutions: A simple way to find health and start your weight loss plan

Feeling like your falling short on your New Year’s Resolutions? Not getting to the gym every day as you had planned? Not shedding those pounds that accumulated over the holidays as quickly as you hoped? Fear, not! It is not too late to take a step toward better health. In fact, you can make a huge different in your overall health by taking one simple step– take the right vitamins. If you get the vitamins that you need for your diet, lifestyle and health concerns, you will not only feel better, but you will be taking a big step toward weight loss, fitness, immune health and general well being.

It may be hard to rise in the dark and cold of winter to work out, but it’s easy to take a single pill each morning. If you get the right vitamins you may actually feel more energetic. With that energy comes the inspiration to work out, even if it’s a minimal program at first. You can slowly work your way up to a regular routine.  If you replenish your bodies deficiencies with the right nutrients you are likely to be better poised to eat healthfully. Your body may not crave the bad foods as much and you may find it easier to have the discipline and focus to eat what you know is best for your health.

So what are the right nutrients for you? This is the challenge. Knowing what vitamins to take can be a challenge. We do not all need the same things– we have different diets, lifestyle and health concerns. We live in different places and get different amounts of sun light which determines our need for vitamin D or we may or may not eat red meat, helping to determine our iron needs. One person may have fatigue, low energy and muscles aches while another may not. A migraine sufferer may benefit from specific things as may someone with concerns about thinning hair.

Why can’t we all just take vitamins and if we don’t need them, just pee them out? In truth, this is not the case. Taking the wrong vitamins can cause you harm if you do not need them. Doses and exact vitamins are important. It is hard to figure out on your own what to take. There are so many conflicting messages online, in the media and from friends and other sources. What to do? Leave it to us! We are two medical doctors with decades of experience treating patients and researching vitamins. We have created Vous Vitamin ® Personalized Multivitamins to help meet your needs. Take our personalized vitamin quiz and get exactly what you need in a one pill formulation (take two pills daily) that will meet all your vitamin needs.

It’s a great idea to start off the new year with health goals. However, sticking to a program can be a challenge. Take this opportunity to do the easy part– have your bases covered with the right vitamins. Getting your nutritional needs met may just be what you need to get the ball rolling toward better overall health.


Romy Block specializes in Endocrinology and Metabolism and is mother to three active adolescent boys. Arielle Levitan is a Doctor of Internal Medicine with a special interest in Preventive Medicine and Women’s Health.  She is a mother of three teen agers. As professional women with active family lives, they recognize that people often neglect their own health needs and are uncertain about what vitamins to take. Each person is different in her diet, exercise and health history, and will benefit from different nutrients.  After years of advising their patients about the proper vitamins to take,  Drs. Block and Levitan created Vous Vitamin® to provide people everywhere with quality vitamins that are suited to their individual needs. They are authors of the award winning The Vitamin Solution: Two Doctors Clear Confusion About Vitamins and Your Health (She Writes Press, 2015). Take your vitamin survey now to get exactly the right vitamins for your needs.

The statements made in this article have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The products offered by Vous Vitamin® are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Nothing contained herein is intended to be a diagnosis or constitute medical advice.  The symptoms described in this Blog may be a result of a serious medical condition which requires medical treatment.  You should consult with your doctor if you are experiencing any of the symptoms mentioned in this Blog and before beginning any vitamin or supplement regimen.

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