I Found A Link Between Good Health and Nutrition!

Just last year, I was the average person: stressed out, suffering from headaches, heartburn, lack of sleep, and on my way to becoming both mentally and physically exhausted. I would get emotional at the drop of a hat, and I would break out into hives every time I got stressed, which seemed frequent.

I was eating junk foods, avoiding exercise, and taking over-the-counter drugs like there was no tomorrow. Don’t feel good? No problem, pop a pill for instant gratification. I looked and felt terrible.

I would run to the doctor for every pain and ailment, and always seemed to be taking some type of prescription drug to combat these symptoms. You should have seen all of the prescription medications in my cabinet. I felt run-down and had no energy. Sound familiar?

I never really thought about this until I was sitting in a friend’s kitchen one night listening to some people talk. It almost seemed like they were in competition with each other to see who took more prescription drugs, and how much they took on a daily basis. Some of these people were taking in excess of 20 different pills every day! They were talking about the astronomical prices that they pay each month, and how they couldn’t live without these miracle medications – even with the side effects. Their doctor was their best friend.

Suddenly, I saw myself sitting at that table. I could see myself heading down that same path. That was when I decided that I did not want to be like them – dependent on prescription drugs for the rest of my life – experiencing unwanted health issues. I wanted to feel better each day, and have more energy without the need for maintenance medications.

Anxious to make changes in my life, I began doing research and found a link between good health and nutrition. I found that almost all diseases are preventable. This includes depression, heart disease, diabetes, stress, and literally hundreds of others. But only if you learn and apply the fundamental laws of nutrition! Wow. Could it really be that simple?

I discovered that good nutrition can activate the body’s self-repairing capabilities. The body, simply put, can heal itself of nearly all chronic degenerative diseases or conditions in much the same way it heals a cut or a sprain. The human body is a self-repairing system, after all. What you have to do is give it the right nutritional tools so it can unleash its fullest healing potential. And that comes from natural sources found in Mother Nature.

According to the USDA, we should all be eating a well-balanced diet of whole grains, fruits, vegetables, lean meats and cheeses. But the nutritional values in our foods have decreased from 30 years ago, mainly due to soil depletion and chemical enhancements. So what else can you do to get that critical nutrition into your system?

I started my journey to health by eating better. I also added a nutritional dietary supplement to increase my vitamins and minerals. The supplement I chose is made of a natural berry, and is high in antioxidants, which absorbs directly into my body, and actually helps to improve my immune system. This is the first step to allowing your body to fight its own infections.

I actually started noticing a measurable difference in how I felt within two weeks, but at the time of this writing, it has been about eight months now. Over this time, I have also decreased the amount of coffee, sodas and junk foods that I consumed too.

I found that I actually sleep through the night and awaken refreshed and ready for what life throws at me. I rarely have headaches anymore, and the same goes for heartburn. I can’t remember the last time I broke out with hives, or even caught a cold. I no longer visit the doctor, and I no longer buy over-the-counter medications. I am confident that these few simple choices have helped me in my endeavor to live a healthy and happier life without the need for maintenance medications as I grow older.

The Truth About Herbalife Health and Nutrition

Does Herbalife Health and Nutrition products meet the standards the company brags about? Herbalife is being sold by over 1.9 million independent distributors which certainly says something about their products, but those people are also trying to make a living by selling them so how reliable can their testimonies be?

I have no affiliation with Herbalife and am not being paid to write this article. I’m just as someone who in the past spent a fair amount of time in the health and wellness industry and am currently working as a Maverick Marketing Coach teaching others how to create financial independence with their Network Marketing Business.

The truth behind the curtain is about to be revealed for the first time. WARNING if you do not want to find out what is really going on at Herbalife STOP READING NOW!

Claims have been made that Herbalife is the best health and nutritional on the planet but is it true?

That is all relative to the user. I know some people who have some amazing stories about what the product has done for them.

From my experience as a former personal trainer and work in the health and wellness industry for several years though, there are many companies out there who offer just as good of a product.

The fact of the matter is that labeling one upper echelon product #1 over another is simply a matter of personal choice.

So Can I Make Money In Herbalife If Their Product Isn’t Anything Unique?

It’s important to recognize that a major transition has taken place in how marketing is done.

Because information can quickly be gathered online, the people who don’t already know about your product will quickly find out all about it and they have heard the pitches over and over again about the compensation plan, the products, etc…

People don’t buy products or services they buy YOU. And they will only buy YOU when they get to know YOU. Marketing is today’s economy is all about establishing relationships and the simple fact is that you will most likely struggle your whole life in the network marketing industry if you aren’t being taught the right strategies to do it online.

I can bring in hundreds of new leads every single day online. Through the magic of Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Blogging, etc… I can build solid relationships with thousands of people at once.

You simply cannot duplicate these efforts with in person marketing. And let me tell you from personal experience, it’s REALLY tough to do things the “old fashioned” way.

Friends and Family
The 3 foot rule
Cold calling
Handing out business cards and DVD’s
Posting Flyers

Believe me I have seen and tried it all and got little to no results for all of my in person efforts but now I have people coming to me and asking me to be a part of my business. I don’t chase after or pitch anyone.

When you have put yourself in a position to have people seeking you out, rather than you trying to seek out people, it’s a whole different ball game. And really, it’s something anyone can do, even if you have zero prior experience online because the systems have already been put in place for you to succeed. It really is plug and play.

Important Health and Nutrition Information for Aging

Nutrition has a lot to do with aging. Problems with nutrition as people age increase as chronic diseases and impaired organ function damage digestive functions, along with the processing of nutrients. Food may not be absorbed, metabolized, or excreted properly, and the nutrients in the food won’t be absorbed. It is estimated that 80% of senior citizens have a chronic disease. Nutrition can prevent chronic disease and help people recuperate from it.

One factor misunderstood in nutrition is that caloric demands change as we age. We have a higher percentage of body fat, and less lean muscle. The decreased activity that often accompanies aging decreases the calories burned. You have to figure out how to keep up the nutrition while decreasing the calories. To do this, you choose foods that are heavy in nutrients. Protein, for instance, is necessary at all ages, even though it may change because of restrictions.

It’s pretty east to reduce the overall fat intake as we age, and getting no more than 30% of our daily caloric intake is fat. Carbohydrates should, ideally, be about 60% of the calories we consume, with most of those being complex. We also become more tolerant to glucose as we age, and we need to eat fewer refined carbohydrates to ease the stress on our systems. We also need more dietary fiber and plenty of water to maintain the good bowel function. Fiber also helps to keep inflammation down in the intestines. Dietary fiber comes from vegetables, fruits, whole grains, seeds, nuts, and legumes.

One of the most essential considerations is the intake of water. Enough water will help your kidneys function better. Recommendations are for 5 to 8 glasses a day. Often as people age they don’t realize they’re thirsty. They become dehydrated. You should drink before you begin to feel thirsty. Elderly people should have plenty of fluid included in their diets.

Also with age people lose their sense of taste and smell. Often, the only thing an elderly person can taste salt and sugar, and they don’t want food they can’t taste. Also, as people age, they may lose their vision and have impaired cooking. You may not know how to read the prices on food or nutrition labels. You may even forget how to cook, or be afraid to. While these may not be complete losses, they can affect your ability to maintain a healthy diet.

As we age, we also have a change in our needs for electrolytes, potassium, and sodium. These can be affected by the drugs we take for heart problems and other chronic diseases. Fat-soluble vitamins are stored in the body, but older people often have a deficit in this. You may get a vitamin D deficiency since you don’t take as many dairy products, or get vitamin A toxicity. So, maintain a wide selection of items in your diet, especially of foods with a lot of calcium in them.