We believe that vitamins are an important part of a healthy routine all year long, however there’s one vitamin we really need to top up on during winter: Vitamin D. Despite its importance, vitamin D deficiency is very common, with almost half of us lacking this essential vitamin, thanks to the gloomy British weather. That’s why we suggest supplementing our intake!
We want to delve in deeper behind the additional health and wellbeing benefits that can arise through a month of avoiding alcohol.
Dry January can be seen as a fad or not taken very seriously, just a late-night proclamation in a bar on New Year's Eve. But if taken seriously it can become a slingshot into the New Year with a focus on your physical and mental health. Regardless of your reason for avoiding alcohol, and whether you get to the 1st Feb and start drinking again or not, the 31 days without it may have helped you step in the direction of a health-focused 2020.