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The countdown

The countdown to New Years is on! We’ve got less than 2 months before we reign in the new year, exciting stuff, unless we’re not happy with our bodies! So, with such little time left in the year, how can you drop the weight before 2023?

More in than out

We all know the science behind weight loss is to burn more energy than you consume! Ensuring you’re in a caloric deficit when you’re trying to lose weight is the only way it’s going to happen. If you’re following our program, then you have a head start! Our shakes are designed to take the stress away of counting calories, they’re convenient and you don’t have to worry about which healthy meals to cook to stick to your diet.

Eat this, not that

When it comes to food choices, do your research. You need to be eating nutritious foods that will keep you full. Low-GI foods are what you should reach for. Low-GI foods digest slower which will keep you fuller for longer, helping to prevent overeating.  Stay away from processed foods and high-GI foods such as the following:

  • Hot chips
  • Fried chicken
  • White bread
  • White rice

Portion control

It doesn’t matter how healthy your food choices are, if you’re overeating, you’re stopping yourself from losing weight. If you were to have a steak with salad, aim to have your serving size of salad to be larger than that of the steak. The veggies are low-GI and lower in calories, they’ll keep you full and won’t break your diet.

Sleeping habits

You must have a healthy, consistent sleep schedule. Getting 7-9 hours will benefit your weight loss journey! This is because when we’re sleep deprived our metabolism slows down, leading to your body burning less calories than it normally would. Being sleep deprived also increases the likeliness of you snacking on the wrong foods! If you’re looking for healthy snacks, check out our chocolates and lollipops here

Fitness routine

Reassess your fitness routine. If you’re eating all the right things but aren’t seeing progress, then your body is probably not burning enough energy to put you in a caloric deficit. Intensify your workouts, or if safe to do so, lower your calorie intake. If you’re not one to workout, it’s important you still have a structured exercise plan, you don’t have to go to the gym or strain yourself with high impact activities, you just need to keep moving. At home workouts can be a life saver in terms of saving time and money. Here are some examples:

At home weight loss workout

  1. Jump lunges: Jump your left leg forward and your right leg back into a lunge, with both knees at 90 degrees. Jump up and switch your legs mid-air so that you land in a lunge with your right leg in front.
  2. Side lunges: Stand with your feet hip-width apart. Step out wide to the side while keeping your other foot flat. Bend your “stepping” knee while keeping the other knee straight. Forcefully push off from your foot to return to the starting position.
  3. Glute bridge: Lie face up on the floor, with your knees bent and feet flat on the ground. Keep your arms at your side. Lift your hips off the ground until your knees, hips and shoulders form a straight line. Hold and ease back down.

At home strength work out

  1. Press ups: On all fours, place your hands slightly wider than your shoulders. Lower your body until your chest nearly touches the floor. Pause, then push yourself back up.
  2. Tricep dips: Lower yourself until your elbows are bent between 45 and 90 degrees. Push yourself back up slowly until your arms are almost straight, and repeat.
  3. Step ups: Pushing primarily through your lead foot, lift your body up onto the step. Then step backward to the starting position.


Snacking is one of the most common reasons we struggle to lose weight, the temptation can be insufferable! If you’re trying to lose weight and can’t stop snacking, make sure you’re reaching for the right snacks. Sugar cravings are real and they’re hard to ward off, if you’re looking for something to smash those 3pm sugar cravings, check out our cheeky little sucker lollipops here! Other snack options to keep your calorie count in check could be:

  • Fruit salad
  • Celery & hummus
  • Cheese & wholegrain crackers
  • Wholegrain toast with avocado

For more healthy snack ideas, check out our healthy snack blog here!


If you’re a drinker, it can be hard to keep the weight off. Empty calories can ruin your progress. If you can’t bring yourself to stop drinking alcohol completely, try these things to at least drink a little bit less.

  • Slow down: drink at a slower pace, you’ll be saving money, too!
  • Water: After every alcoholic beverage aim to drink a full glass of water, it’s good for your body and will help you feel less dehydrated – doing this will also help with hangovers!
  • Food before: Always eat before you drink, it will keep you fuller for longer and prevent you from snacking while drinking.
  • Ask around: See if you have any family, friends or a partner who is willing to cut back on the alcohol with you! It’s much easier to stay on track when you have the encouragement and support of another person

Time frame

There’s just under 6 weeks until 2023! Depending on how much weight you want to lose before we celebrate the new year, it is possible to reach your goal! Sensible food choices, frequent exercise and portion control should be your main focus.

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