How's that New's Year's Resolution going?  Not that great?  You're not alone!

How's that New's Year's Resolution going? Not that great? You're not alone!

Posted by Living Traditionally Inc. on Jan 30th 2019

Think back to 2017, remember your New Year's resolution?  How about 2018's?  Do you even remember what it was?  If you don't, you're probably like the 92% of the population who didn't achieve their New Year's resolution either (Forbes published that only about 8% do).  According to The Journal of Psychology by January a third have already ditched them.

The vast majority of New Year's resolutions are health related.  Many want to loose weight.  Other people are looking for more energy, better sexual relations and fertility, improved overall health and immunity.  Here are the most common New Year's resolutions that don't get accomplished (92% of the time).

Since about 74% of the all New year's resolutions are health related and 92% of them fail, what can be done differently?  The best way to re-jump start your road to health and anti-aging is with quality dietary supplements to provide your body with the nutrients it needs to rebuild itself.  Do they work?  According to the NIH (National Institutes of Health) "if you don’t eat a nutritious variety of foods, some supplements might help you get adequate amounts of essential nutrients".  Living Traditionally's dietary supplements are organic and chosen specifically for their safety, tolerance and effectiveness.  Interested in anti-aging? Non-GMO Bovine Collagen Powder is a great place to start.  Want to improve your overall health and immunity, well everyone should be taking Wheatgrass (with over 90 different trace elements including loads of absorb-able vitamins and minerals)!  Energy? Spirulina will get you going and provide an amazing amount of vegan protein and amino acids!  Have joint pain and/or inflammation? Take Turmeric powder.  Want to have a better sex life, control hormones or increase fertility? Maca powder has been used for thousands of years for that!  See for yourself at:

Results from dietary supplements vary from user to user. Not all individuals will experience similar results and should be discontinued if any allergic or other reactions occur. Pregnant women and children should always contact a physician before taking any dietary supplements or other medications.