Finally, healthy chocs

When New Year’s resolutions are biting hard and all you want to do is stuff your face with chocolate,  satiate cravings while keeping healthy. Probiotic chocolate might sound pretty unappealing, but Oh So is made with Belgian chocolate, so it tastes just much the same as the bad stuff. But each bar (£3.99 for seven) only has 72 calories and gives you a daily dose of good bacteria to rival a yogurt drink.

Cheap dinner

Don’t resign yourself to beans on toast every night to save cash – indulge in eating out with sweet deals at Renaissance Pubs in south London.

If you order before 20.12pm (it’s 2012, get it?), you’ll get 50 per cent off your dinner. And it’s real comfort food. Think homemade pies, rib-eye steak with bernaise sauce, whole baked seabass and sticky toffee pudding.

Free detox brekkie

To make the start of your week a bit more bearable, Giraffe restaurants are giving out free breakfasts on Mondays until the end of the month. To celebrate new healthy January breakfasts, they’ll be giving away creamy porridge – with antioxidant-filled Matcha green tea powder, honey, strawberries and banana – to anyone who shows up wearing green between 8am-11am. Now that’s
an incentive to be healthy.