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Shaklee product review | Energizing Soy Protein (Low-Fat, Non-GMO) December 6, 2012

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Shaklee product review | Energizing Soy Protein 
(Low-Fat, Non-GMO)Need an energy boost during the day?  Forget about caffeine which will give you a boost but then leave you feeling sluggish.  Try Shaklee Energizing Soy Protein instead.  Soy protein is a biologically complete protein that is plant based.  It’s low in fat, cholesterol free, and full of essential amino acids.  It helps build muscle and supports the immune system.  Soy protein can even help you maintain normal cholesterol levels and promote heart health.  Energizing Soy Protein also contains soy isoflavones which can help reduce hot flashes and promote breast health. 

The powdered formula can be mixed with milk, juice, water or any one of your favorite beverages.  Three tablespoons provides 14 grams of protein, enough to give you a sustained energy lift that won’t leave you feeling like you’re riding a roller coaster.  

For more than 55 years, Shaklee Corporation has manufactured nutrition and wellness products that boast guaranteed efficacy, safety and environmental responsibility. One of the company’s popular products is its soy protein shake line, which is currently offered in four formulations for a variety of purposes. Many people drink these protein shakes for increased energy, fitness or as convenient meal replacements. Soy may affect some people negatively. In these cases, Shaklee offers a whey protein shake mix as an alternative.

Shaklee’s Energizing Soy Protein shake mix is a complete protein source containing 14 g of all nine essential amino acids. These amino acids are important because your body is unable to make them and must get them from food in order to build and repair itself. If your body does not get the essential amino acids it will begin to take protein from itself, which leads to a breakdown in muscle and other tissues. For energy, Shaklee has added five essential B vitamins, calcium and soy isoflavones to this protein mix. It is non-genetically modified, gluten-, lactose- and cholesterol-free and contains no artificial flavors, sweeteners, colors or preservatives. Shaklee Energizing Soy Protein is offered in Creamy Cocoa and Natural Vanilla flavors.  Read more below…


If you’re concerned about the nutritional content of your food,
Try Shaklee, Energizing Soy Protein.A 1999 survey indicated that 87% of consumers reported changing their eating habits due to specific health concerns. Among the greatestworries were heart health and dietary cholesterol intake. The major dietary concern (reported by almost half of those surveyed) was reducing fat.  Animal protein is a major contributor to the fat in the average American diet. Americans eat plenty of protein,  but it is mostly from meat, eggs, and dairy sources, which are usually high in saturated fat and cholesterol.

In contrast, Shaklee Energizing Soy Protein is high in protein, that is naturally low in fat, and naturally lactose and cholesterol free. It also provides all the amino acids, including the nine essential ones your body needs but cannot manufacture itself. Using the newest methods for assessing the quality of protein, soy protein that given the score of 1.0 — the highest rating possible and equal to that given animal proteins such as those from eggs and milk. Shaklee Energizing Soy Protein products are also good sources of calcium and iron.

In addition, Shaklee Energizing Soy Protein provides naturally occurring beneficial plant compounds that are being extensively studied. Soy contains isoflavones, especially genistein and daidzein. These are intriguing to researchers because they are phytoestrogens and may be related to soy’s ability to regulate hormonal balance and deliver long-term health benefits.

Some soy protein products are alcohol-processed which removes isoflavones. Shaklee Energizing Soy Protein is waterwashed to retain naturally occurring isoflavones such as genistein and daidzein. Shakleeuses only non-genetically modified (GMO) soy protein certified through an Identity preservation program (IPP). This program assures that the soy we use is tightly monitored and controlled from planting and harvesting to processing.

Choose Shaklee Energizing Soy Protein:
The tremendous benefits of soy protein include sustained energy, vitality, and stamina — plus the benefits of naturally occurring isoflavones compounds not present in meat or dairy foods.

Read More at the Bottom of this page…

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Who might benefit from Shaklee Energizing Soy Protein?
• 58 million people who are concerned about heart health
• People interested in reducing their intake of the typically high-fat, high-cholesterol   animal sources of protein and supplementing their diet with a plant-based protein source that is naturally low in fat and lactose and cholesterol free
• Vegetarians or vegans looking for a high-quality protein source that contains no animal products
• People interested in the health benefits associated with consuming soy
• Anyone interested in supporting the body’s natural ability to ward off hunger and maintain energy for hours
How Does Shaklee Energizing Soy Protein work to sustain energy?
The key to Shaklee Soy Protein’s amazing ability to help people feel energized for hours is something scientists refer to as glycemic response. Glycemic response describes the effect a food has on blood sugar. Foods like a hot-fudge sundae can cause your blood sugar to spike and then plummet rapidly. A short time after you’ve finished the last spoonful, you feel tired, irritable, and surprisingly hungry considering the number of calories you’ve just consumed. This is exactly the opposite of how you feel after a serving of Shaklee Soy Protein.

In a clinical study, subjects consumed 110 calories from carbohydrates alone and their blood sugar was measured every half hour. As expected, blood sugar shot up immediately and then quickly crashed. It’s this “rollercoaster” response that can lead to feelings of jitteriness, irritability, and hunger.

However, when subjects consumed 110 calories of Shaklee Soy Protein, the results were significantly different. Blood sugar didn’t spike, nor did it plummet. Instead, it remained essentially level. The body’s natural metabolic balance was undisturbed.

Why Choose Shaklee Energizing Soy Protein?
• 14 grams of protein per serving
• Uses only IPP-certified non-GMO soy protein
• Highest-rated protein quality
• Natural vegetarian protein source
• Naturally cholesterol free
• No saturated fat
• 1 gram of total fat per serving
• Naturally lactose free
• 50% of your daily needs for calcium
• All the amino acids,
• Water-processed to retain naturally occuring isoflavones such as genistein and daidzein
• Choice of Creamy Cocoa or Natural Vanilla flavors
• No artificial flavors, sweeteners, colors, or preservatives added
• Kosher certified

Heart Health Benefits of Soy:
A metaanalysis of 38 studies indicates that consuming protein from soy foods is linked to retaining normal cholesterol levels.

Another study suggests that soy protein may have antioxidant properties that helps protect “bad” (LDL) cholesterol from oxidizing.

Beyond the potential of soy to positively impact the cholesterol that travels through arteries, soy isoflavones may also support the healthy function of the arteries themselves.*

One study showed that menopausal women taking soy protein supplements (rich in isoflavones) experienced a significant improvement in elasticity of their arteries.

This elasticity has been shown to decline with age, a change that is viewed as a risk factor for cardiovascular health. Some scientists are predicting that these isoflavone effects may prove to be as valuable in supporting heart-healthy aging as their potential to retain normal cholesterol levels

The American Cancer Society has created guidelines for a healthy diet:
Choose most of the foods you eat from plant sources.
•Eat five or more servings of fruits and vegetables each day.
•Eat other foods from plant sources, such as breads, cereals, grain products, rice, pasta, or beans several times each day.

Limit your intake of high-fat foods, particularly from animal sources.
•Choose foods low in fat.
•Limit consumption of meats, especially those high in fat.

Be physically active: achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
•Be at least moderately active for 30 minutes or more each day.
•Stay within your healthy weight range.

Limit consumption of alcoholic beverages, if you drink at all.
•For people who already drink alcoholic beverages, limit intake to two drinks a day for men and one drink per day for women.

What Are Phytoestrogens and How Do They Work?
Soybeans are rich in a class of phytochemical compounds called isoflavones, particularly the phytoestrogens genistein and daidzein. Phytoestrogens are remarkably similar in molecular structure to the female hormone estrogen. They are thought to behave in the body like estrogen but at just a fraction of the strength of the powerful estrogens naturally produced by the body. Scientists suspect that it’s the relative weakness of these phytoestrogens that may actually work to support and protect our health. Body tissues that utilize estrogen for normal, healthy function contain estrogen receptors, which bind to the estrogen that circulates in the blood. Researchers have hypothesized that when a diet is rich in soy foods, phytoestrogens may bind to some of these receptors. Phytoestrogens are currently being studied for heart, bone, and breast health.

Soy and Bone Health
Americans typically think of dairy products as the best source of calcium, but there are many other good sources of calcium. In fact, Energizing Soy Protein is an excellent source of dietary calcium, providing 50% of the daily value of this important nutrient per serving. Protein from soy may also offer bone-health advantages by replacing sources of animal protein in the diet. For long-term bone health, calcium intake is only part of the story. Urinary calcium loss is another factor that contributes to a negative calcium balance. High consumption of animal proteins, which are high in sulfur amino acids, appear to be responsible for this effect.

Soy protein, which has less sulfur amino acids relative to meat and other animal protein sources, may result in less calcium being lost in the urine and help keep calcium in the skeleton. In one study, calcium excretion was found to be 30% lower when dietary protein from soy sources was compared to equal amounts of protein from beef, fish, and chicken in healthy adults consuming a constant amount of calcium.

The isoflavones in soy foods may also help support healthy bones.* A recent study showed that dietary intake of soy products containing isoflavones had a significant positive impact on bone turnover in healthy postmenopausal women.

Soy and Breast and Prostate Health
It has long been known that many soy-consuming Asian populations have better rates of breast and prostate health than do Western populations. There are many factors involved in prostate health, but a recent, large-scale population-health study suggests soy intake as one of those factors. In this study, men who reported frequently consuming soy milk (which contains isoflavones) were 70% more likely to maintain prostate health during a follow-up period, compared to the men who had little or no soy in their diet.

A recent population-health study conducted in China investigated the relationship between soy intake during adolescence and breast health later in life. After adjustments for known risk factors, higher soy food intakes reported during the teen years were associated with significantly better breast health when these women reached their pre- and postmenopausal adult years.

Researchers believe that soy intake starting at a young age and continued throughout life is linked to maintaining breast health.* Another way that soy may promote heart, breast, and prostate health is by providing protection against oxidation damage.* The soy isoflavone genistein has been shown to have antioxidant properties.

Soy and Menopause:
Cross-cultural studies of menopausal women have found that women in Japan experience a smoother transitional period than women in the West.

Soy foods are commonly consumed in Asian countries, providing an estimated 25–45 mg of isoflavones per day for the average person.

For the menopausal woman, soy has particular interest, as it is studied for both its apparent beneficial effect during menopause as well as for bone-building and helping to retain normal cholesterol levels.

Resources:
Nutrition Report 1999–2000, United Soybean Board.

Anderson, JW, Johnstone, BM, Cook-Newell, ME. Meta-Analysis of the effects of soy protein intake on serum lipids. New England Journal of Medicine 1995; 333:276–282.

Kanazawa,T,Osanai,T et al. Protective effects of soy protein on the peroxidizability of lipoproteins in cerebrovascular diseases. Journal of Nutrition 1995; 125:639S-646S.

Nestel, PJ,Yamashita,T, Sasahara,T et al. Soy isoflavones improve systemic arterial compliance but not plasma lipids in menopausal and perimenopausal women. Arteriosclerosis,Thrombosis and Vascular Biology 1997; 1;7:3392–3398.

Abelow, BJ, Holford,TR, Insogna, KL. Cross-cultural association between dietary animal protein and hip fracture: hypothesis. Calciferous Tissue International. 1992; 50:14 –18.

Breslau NA et al. Relationship of animal protein-rich diet to kidney stone formation and calcium metabolism. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 1988; 66:140–146.

Highlights of the Third International Symposium on the Role of Soy in Preventing and Treating Chronic Disease – 1999. The Soy Connection,Vol. 8, #2, Spring 2000.

Jacobsen BK et al. Does high soy milk intake reduce prostate cancer incidence? The Adventist Health Study (United States). Cancer Causes and Control 1998; 9:553–557.

Shu XO et al. Adolescent soy food intake and other dietary habits and breast cancer risk. Proceedings of the American Association for Cancer Research 2000; 41:(abs 602) 94.

Wei, H et al. Inhibition of tumor promoter-induced hydrogen peroxide formation in vitro and in vivo by genistein. Nutrition and Cancer 1993; 20:1-12.

Lock, M. Menopause in cultural context. Experimental Gerontology. 1994; 29(3–4):307–317.

Knight, DC, Eden, JA. A review of the clinical effects of phytoestrogens. Obstetrics and Gynecology. 1996; 87:897–904.

 

Shaklee product review | Cinch (Weight-Loss Program) December 4, 2012

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The Shaklee Cinch inch loss program is sold by independent Shaklee distributors and through Shaklee a 55 year old Natural Nutrition company based in Pleasanton California and founded in 1956 by 61-year-old chiropractor / pastor / motivational radio personality Forrest C Shaklee, who had been selling an early kind of nutritional supplement that he called “Vitalized minerals” since the age of 20. (Dr Shaklee invented the modern Multivitamin)

The Theory behind Cinch: 
Cinch is Shaklee’s entree into the lucrative weight loss market. The centerpiece of the program are products that contain an amino acid called leucine. Leucine cannot be synthesized in the body, but rather is obtained as a component of protein rich foods, including meats, eggs and dairy products. It is used by both fatty tissue and by muscle tissue in the human body, in the case of muscle tissue for the purpose of stimulating muscle protein synthesis.

According to Shaklee, the leucine-enhanced Cinch products “help to retain 100 percent of lean muscle mass” during weight loss.

For the past 55 years, Shaklee scientists and researchers have been working to bring you the best products from nature that support and improve your health. From creating one of the first non-toxic cleaning products to being the first company to be climate neutral, Shaklee has been trailblazing the way as champions of the environmental movement. At the heart of their motivation is their belief that taking care of the health of families also makes a profound difference in the health of the planet.

Shaklee creates products for the home, beauty and health. One of their most notable products is the Cinch Inch Loss Plan, a regimen of protein-packed shakes, meal-replacement bars and energy-boosting teas that help you lose inches and pounds safely and effectively. The concept behind the weight loss plan is that the more muscle you have, the more efficient your metabolism will become, therefore, each of the Cinch products contain a significant dose of protein in order to help you build lean muscle mass.

You can lose up to 16 pounds in 12-weeks by following the Shaklee program correctly.

The California-based company sells its products through it’s network of independent distributors and online.

PRO:

  • Products contain no parabens, triclosan, sulfates, trans-fats, dyes or artificial sweeteners
  • Shaklee is a well-established company with a more than half-century history
  • Offers a variety of health products
  • Packaging of products is done so with non-toxic inks and eco-safe materials
  • Weight loss products include an organized program


CON:

  • Cinch Inch Loss Plan may not produce long-term weight loss if you don’t stick with it.
  • Meal-replacement diets may produce feelings of diet deprivation that can lead to weight regain if you don’t stick with them.
  • Consult with your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program.

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DIET and NUTRITION:
The Cinch Inch Loss Plan is a 12-week weight loss plan that promises to help you lose fat while keeping and building muscle. The magic of the Cinch Inch Loss Plan comes from the specific line of products which contain leucine, an amino acid that helps your body retain muscle mass.

On the Cinch Inch Loss Plan, you consume Cinch shakes and meal bars in place of two meals, preferably breakfast and lunch which contain a mega serving of protein. In addition, Cinch energy teas can be consumed throughout the day to offer a natural energy boost. Cinch Snack Bars can be eaten in lieu of your usual afternoon or mid-morning snack and the Cinch 3-in-1-Boot supplement is also taken each day in order to supply your body with the vitamins and minerals it needs and to regulate your blood sugar. A portion and calorie-controlled dinner of your choice is allowed.

The Cinch Inch Loss Plan starter kit includes everything you need to begin the weight loss plan. The kit includes shake mixes (chocolate or vanilla), nutrition bars, supplements, daily journals, a CD program guide, shaker cup, pedometer and tape measure.

EXERCISE:
The CinchCoach software program helps you create a fitness plan that supports your weight loss goals. You can also read articles on fitness and exercise on the Cinch website and the starter kit comes with a pedometer to encourage adding more movement to your day and a measuring tape in order to measure your weight loss progress.

CONCLUSION:
The Cinch Inch Loss Program created by Shaklee is a 12-week weight loss program that relies on consuming a regimented diet of Cinch shakes, teas, bars and supplements. As a meal-replacement diet, Cinch helps you lose fat while retaining and building lean muscle mass with its inclusion of metabolism-boosting protein in each product.

Shaklee is a health and beauty company that has been specializing in developing and selling healthy and sustainable products since 1956.

If you are looking for a controlled diet plan, one that provides you with food and tells you when to consume it, then Shaklee’s Cinch Inch Loss Plan might be just the weight loss program you need to lose weight and take control over your health once and for all.

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Eat more often and loose weight. November 25, 2012

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How often do you eat each day?
 

The usual answer is 2-3 times each day. Most of us are fooled into thinking that in order to lose weight we should eat as little as possible, this is simply not true.

The problem with going for an extended period without eating is simple: your body thinks you are starving. As a result your metabolism slows to conserve energy and when you do eat the food will be put into storage – also known as fat.

Want to lose fat? Eat 4 to 6 small meals a day to easily kick your metabolism into high gear.

Eating smaller meals throughout the day forces your body to burn calories all day long and the results are amazing. When you begin to eat in a “grazing” fashion your body will respond by dropping unwanted pounds.

This is probably not the first time that you have heard this tip – but, if you are like most unsatisfied fitness enthusiasts, then you simply don’t do it. Why not? As far as weight 1oss tips go, this is about as easy at they get…so why the resistance? Here are the top 3 excuses:

I don’t have the time:


We all know that, no matter how stressful or demanding your job is, you can still find 5 minutes every few hours for a snack. The issue here is not that you don’t have the time – it is that you just aren’t making it. Sure, old habits are hard to break and maybe you have a set time that you like to eat everyday. That is fine – don’t change the usual mealtimes, just add a couple of snacks throughout the day to keep from going hours on end without food, and then eat a little less at your regularly scheduled meals.

I tried it and it didn’t work:


I simply don’t believe it. There is no way that you really tried it and it didn’t work. The formula is simple: small meals every 4-6 hours. Emphasis on the word small. These aren’t four course meals…If this is your story then read on for a sure-fire plan to make this tip work for you.

I forget to eat:


When you first start eating 4-6 small meals instead of 2-3 there will be a bit of an adjustment time. If your body is used to going for hours on end without food, then you may not feel hungry when it is time for your next small meal. The key here is to be as organized as possible. Think ahead and pack small meals so that they are ready to go. With a little effort you will be eating every few hours like clockwork.

Your Fool-Proof Plan:


Eat small nutritious meals every 3 hours throughout the day, eat your first within 30 minutes of waking.
Make sure that each meal contains quality protein, complex carbohydrates, mono-unsaturated fats and fiber.
Your goal is to eat more often, not more calories each day.
Keep a food log – write down what you eat when you eat it and take time to review your progress.
What should you eat? Whole grains, fresh fruits, lean protein and veggies.

I encourage you to use this powerful weight 1oss strategy in your own quest for a fit and healthy lifestyle.

Last but not least, Look at a program like the Shaklee 180 program to help you along the way with Healthy lean snacks and meal replacements that really Satisfy your cravings.


 

 

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Do you eat to much? The Answer is Likely Yes… November 21, 2012

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Don’t be a Victim of Portion Distortion

It’s no secret that people are larger today than ever before. Waistlines have expanded over the last twenty years and studies show that portion sizes have grown as well.

Researchers from New York University found that average portion sizes started to grow in the 1970’s, rising quickly in the 1980’s – and this phenomenon hasn’t shown signs of slowing. A “large” order of fries from McDonalds’ weighs the same as 1998’s “Supersize” fries. And it doesn’t stop there. Check out these eye-opening figures, provided by the National Institutes of Health:

Today’s 6-inch bagel has 350 calories. This is 210 more calories than a 3-inch bagel 20 years ago.

Today’s 5 ounce muffin has 500 calories. This is 310 calories more than muffin 20 years ago.

Today, a large cookie has about 275 calories. This is 220 more calories more than a cookie 20 years ago.

Today, a 3 cup chicken Caesar salad has 790 calories. This is 400 more calories more than Caesar salads 20 years ago.
Keep in mind that the health experts all agree on one thing: Obesity is on the rise because people eat too many calories and do not exercise enough. Portion control is a very important factor for losing-weight, but to attain a fit and healthy physique exercise is also a must.

Now that you know portion sizes today are far larger than you really need, what are you going to do the next time you go out to eat? 

Try the following 3 tips and watch as your waist begins to slim and your confidence soars.

Trim-Down Tip #1: Re-program Your Mind
I’m sure your mother did a great job when she taught you to “clean your plate.” The problem now lies in the fact that your plate is usually loaded with more than 3 times the calories that you really need. So what’s the solution?

Realize that it is O.K. to leave food on your plate. Eating everything on the plate is probably a habit now, but it is one that you can break. Focus on how you feel halfway through your meal. Are you full? If you are beginning to feel full then stop eating. Don’t worry – your mom won’t send you to your room!

Trim-Down Tip #2: Slow Down
I know that this is a tough one – so bear with me. These days we are in such a hurry, we rush to work, rush to lunch, rush through errands and then rush home. So it is no wonder that food consumption is no exception. Most meals are devoured before your stomach has the chance to let you know that it is full.

Eat your next meal slower than usual. Chew each bite thoroughly, engage in conversation and pay attention for signs that you may be getting full. Once you realize that you are full, stop eating. Congratulations – you just tailored your portion down to its proper size.

Trim-Down Tip #3: Go Halfsies
I understand that it may be very difficult for you to leave food on your plate, even though your mother isn’t looking over your shoulder, and even if you eat slowly. No problem – you just need to do some strategic planning. The next time you go out to eat do one of the following two options.

1) Share an entrée with a friend and order salad or soup to start your meal. This will cut your calories down dramatically, while still giving you the satisfaction of clearing your plate.

2) If sharing isn’t an option then ask your waiter to bring a to-go box along with your order. As soon as the food is placed in front of you put half of it into the to-go box. You are now left with a reasonable portion and even have your next meal taken care of.

And our last tip is to get on a great Soy based diet program Like the ones offered by Shaklee.

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Include Shaklee in your 2013 New Years Resolutions! November 20, 2012

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Goodbye 2012 / Hello 2013:Believe it or not it’s almost 2013 and time to review our 2012 New Years resolutions, to take stock of our progress towards goals and objectives and set a whole new set of objectives for the coming year.

You know what I’m talking about

That feeling of excitement in your gut as the New Year greets you with the promise that you can turn things around…that you can shake off past mistakes…that you can become better.

The New Year renews hope for our dreams, And if you’re like most people then your dream for the New Year has 
everything to do with losing weight.

It makes sense doesn’t it? 

What better time is there than now to transform your body into the one that you’ve always dreamed of?
To get you off to a great start I’d like to share with you some food for thought:



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Why do we eat?

Now I know at first glance the answer to that question seems painfully obvious – but I want you to dig deeper. You’re probably thinking that you eat when your body is hungry to get the energy you need to sustain life. And you’re partially right. 

But that’s not the only reason that you eat.The truth is that you (along with almost everyone you know) eat too much. Your body simply doesn’t need all of the calories that you consume, and it shows in a physique that is less than svelte. If we only ate to fuel our bodies then we’d all have washboard abs. And that’s clearly not the case, right?

So what drives you to eat when you shouldn’t? Hmmmm.
The answer to this question could be just what you need to see results in 2013.



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Here are the four basic reasons that you eat:

Because you’re hungry:

This one is obvious. You eat when your body tells you that it’s hungry and in need of fuel. Just like your car lets you know when it’s time to head over to the gas station for a filler up, your body is great at letting you know that 

energy stores are low.Eating when you are hungry and stopping when you are full is a healthy thing.
Too bad this isn’t the only reason that you eat…


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Because you’re emotional:
…but the truth is that you also eat when you are emotional. Think back – can you remember a time when you turned to food after a stressful confrontation? Or how about when you’ve soothed the blues away by treating your sweet tooth? And it’s not just negative emotions that lead to emotional eating – most of us reward happiness with unnecessary calories as well.


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Because you’re social:

Come on, don’t just sit there, have a slice of pizza with us. No one likes to eat alone, and so you feel obligated to eat with others. How many times have you filled up a plate just because everyone else was eating?
When eating becomes a social activity with no thought to the calories that are being consumed, only one thing will result: weight gain.

Because you’re habitual:

At the end of each day you relax in front of the television with a snack, and I’m willing to bet that it isn’t because you’re hungry. You simply associate sitting down to watch television with eating something. Or maybe you always visit the vending machine on your break whether you’re hungry or not – it’s just become a habit.

As humans we love to form habits, and when your habits involve eating extra calories then your waistline suffers for it.



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Here is my challenge to you: 
Take the time to examine why you are eating, and choose to only eat when you’re truly hungry.This small action has the potential to dramatically improve your physique in the coming year.

Remember that improving your diet is only half of the equation when it comes to reshaping your body. The quickest and most permanent results are achieved when good eating habits are accompanied by challenging exercise.

I’d like to see you transform your body in 2013
So much so that I am asking you to contact me for a body transformation consultation so 
I can show you how to get the body that you deserve. Contact Us



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Let Shaklee help you take control of your blood sugar today. / Glucose Regulation Complex. November 19, 2012

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Here are a few simple preventative measures you can take to help you stay healthy in the future. 

This is part of our commitment toward helping you achieve a better, healthier tomorrow with Shaklee as your foundation.

Consider these Five tips to retain a normal blood sugar level



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1) Achieve a healthy weight

In a properly functioning body, insulin, a hormone made by your pancreas, helps transport glucose into the cells of the body so it can be use for energy. However, in overweight individuals, cells of the body can become resistant to insulin’s action. One of the best ways to retain normal blood sugar levels is to achieve a healthy weight. Try the Cinch® Inch Loss Plan, an effective and clinically tested program powered by leucine, an amino acid that helps preserve your muscle while you lose body fat.


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2) Eat foods with a low glycemic index


When you’re constantly on the run, it’s easy to forget about giving your body the proper nutrition it needs. You may find yourself reaching for a bag of cookies, which most likely have a high glycemic index (GI), meaning the carbohydrates in those cookies are quickly broken down to glucose and released into the bloodstream. This quick release can then lead to a sharp rise in blood sugar, followed by a sharp drop in blood sugar leaving you with feelings of low energy. Help retain normal blood sugar levels by eating foods that have a low GI. Cinch® Shakes and Meal-in-a-Bars are a great alternative because they taste great, fill you up and give your body the sustained energy it needs.


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3) Enhance your health

So, your at a healthy weight and your blood sugar is where you want it to be. What else? How about the health of your heart, brain, digestive system, and other body parts? Keep the healthy momentum going and remember to take your vitamins and minerals on a daily basis. Shaklee Vitalizer™ is the perfect supplement for daily nutritional support. It’s 80 bio-optimized, clinically proven nutrients that enhance immunity, protect your DNA, and help manage your stress. It contains more than 20 antioxidant compounds and essential vitamins and minerals you need for a comprehensive approach to health, wellness, and vitality.*


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4) Additional botanical support

Certain minerals and botanicals have been scientifically shown to help retain normal blood sugar levels. These include banaba leaf extract, which helps stimulate glucose uptake, and chromium, a mineral essential to insulin function. Shaklee Glucose Regulation Complex® contains these plus other normal blood sugar supporting ingredients including magnesium, vanadium, zinc, taurine, and alpha lipoic acid.*


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5) Stay active

Last, but not least, stay active. Try to get in 30 minutes of regular physical activity, such as brisk walking, bicycling or swimming most days of the week. If your busy schedule won’t allow that, break your activity into sessions–10 minutes in the morning, 10 in the afternoon, and a short 10 minute walk in the evening. Being more active will not only make you feel good, it will enhance your body’s ability to use insulin and help you maintain a healthy weight.



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Lessen Your Cravings and Maintain Your Energy Levels:

Glucose Regulation Complex offers a diverse set of nutrients that provide natural support for efficient glucose metabolism. Alpha lipoic acid, for example, helps make your cells more responsive to insulin so they get the energy they need. Vanadium works with chromium, magnesium, and zinc to help balance your blood sugar, preventing energy ups and downs.*

With Glucose Regulation Complex, you’ll regulate your blood glucose more efficiently. You’ll have more energy and fewer food cravings. By retaining normal blood sugar levels, you’ll even be contributing to overall health.*



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