[Own Your Life] EnJOY Sweets for the Holidays?

Dear Difference Maker,

Imagine just how empowering it feels to enjoy these wonderful foods AND feel full and ready to stop BEFORE making yourself miserable!

You absolutely CAN manage yourself easily and naturally with the additional information I’ve included today’s FEEL BETTER DO BETTER segment about several products and recipes you can have fun with AND that you simply must know about and try!

November is a great month to increase our awareness about Diabetes as we now move quickly into two months of holiday festivities, celebrations and lots and lots of foods that we may not eat throughout the year.

What do you know about Diabetes? Do you or anyone in your family have it?

You may remember in October’s blog that my birth mother died of cancer just three years ago at the age of 79. Today I want to share with you that my adoptive mother died at the young age of 56 of Type 1 Diabetes when I was only 26 years old so I learned a lot about the disease during the final years of her life.

What I learned from how my two mother’s lived their lives has had a direct and lasting impact on me stepping up and owning my life on every level:  mind, body and spirit.

When it comes to using what works for me to be able to better manage my emotional eating and food intake I have a couple of Color Style Mottos (Green & Yellow Combo) that are wired into my neurology:  “If it’s not easy, forget it!” and “If it’s not fun, I’m not doing it!”

Because of these mottos everything I recommend has to have been field-tested and scientifically substantiated.

I sincerely hope you grab ahold of the message in today’s blog because you can in fact, manage yourself around holiday foods and drinks and I have easy and fun ways you can do starting today.

Reaching out …
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[Own Your Life Wed]  EnJOY Sweets for the Holidays?

mile-high-apple-pie-11American Diabetes Month®
Excerpt from diabetes.org

The vision of the American Diabetes Association is a life free of diabetes and all of its burdens. Raising awareness of this ever-growing disease is one of the main efforts behind the mission of the Association. American Diabetes Month® (ADM) is an important element in this effort, with programs designed to focus the nation’s attention on the issues surrounding diabetes and the many people who are impacted by the disease.

Did  you know that the recent statistics on diabetes show …

  • Nearly 30 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes.
  • Another 86 million Americans have prediabetes and are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
  • The American Diabetes Association estimates that the total national cost of diagnosed diabetes in the United States is $245 billion.

What is Type 1 Diabetes?

Type 1 diabetes, once known as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little or no insulin, a hormone needed to allow sugar (glucose) to enter cells to produce energy.

Type 1 diabetes usually starts in childhood, but can occur in adults (30 to 40-year-olds). The pancreas cannot make insulin to help body cells convert sugar into energy, which causes the sugar to build up in the blood that can cause life-threatening complications. Individuals with type I diabetes must take some form of insulin for the rest of their lives.

What Is Type 2 Diabetes?

Type 2 diabetes can affect all people, regardless of age. Early symptoms of type 2 diabetes may be missed, so those affected may not even know they have the condition. An estimated one out of every three people with type 2 diabetes are not aware they have it. Diabetes interferes with the body’s ability to metabolize carbohydrates for energy, leading to high levels of blood sugar. These chronically high blood sugar levels increase a person’s risk of developing nerve problems, vision loss, cardiovascular disease, and other conditions.

Type 2 diabetes is preventable in many cases. At the least, it is possible to reduce the incidence of complications of diabetes by eating a healthy diet, getting moderate exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight. It’s also helpful for people at risk to be screened for diabetes and prediabetes, so that management can begin early in the course of the disease. This reduces the risk of long-term problems.

November is a great month to increase our awareness about Diabetes as we now move quickly into two months of holiday festivities, celebrations and lots and lots of foods that we may not eat throughout the year.

Now it is possible to enJOY your sweets AND be able to manage yourself around them. Something for us all to think about is how we could enjoy these wonderful traditions and tasty foods and not over eat by simply adding a cup of our herbally infused Lean+Green Tea! 

What’s your emotional trigger?
Excerpt from Connecting With Colors: Synergize Your Life Self-Paced Online Program

What does your Color Style reveal about what and how much you eat that you already know may not be the best choice?

Are you neurologically wired to be triggered as a Put Everybody Else First BLUE, Rule Bound Count, Count, Count Calories, Carbs, Fats RED, Eating for Energy to Keep Going & Going & Going GREEN or ‘C’est la vie’ I’ll Diet Tomorrow or Next Year YELLOW?

Now it is possible to enJOY your sweets AND be able to manage yourself around them. Something for us all to think about is how we could enjoy these wonderful traditions and tasty foods and not overeat.

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Give away what you want.  If you want love, regard, understanding, kindness and even control, give it away!!  -Mary Robinson Reynolds
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Change it up this year for Thanksgiving!  Here’s a new spin for all you who can never decide between pumpkin and chocolate.  Have it all.  Do both!

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A Simple Way to EnJOY ALL Foods in Moderation …

Silence Sugar Cravings with Gymnema SylvestreJavita_tea_pot_box_200x200

Native to India and Africa, the climbing shrub Gymnema Sylvestre has a long history of use in Ayurvedic medicine.

Today, it is gaining support from the National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health as helpful in controlling blood sugar levels in people with types 1 and 2 diabetes.*

Here are a few other significant benefits of this unique herb:

…Natural sweetness inhibitor – helping to reduce your craving for sweets.*
…Promotes appetite suppression.*
…Blocks sugar absorption.*
…Helps balance blood sugar.*
…Positively effects insulin production.*

Lean+Green offers appetite control, crave-busting power and instant satisfaction in every delicious cup.  Drink it by itself or pair it with Burn+Control Coffee, a proper diet and regular exercise to really fuel your weight loss efforts.*

There are no pills to remember to take or messy shakes to mix and choke down.

This Holiday Season why not relax and really enJOY your food – knowing that you are drinking a tea infused with Garcinia Cambogia and Gymnema Sylvestre.

Learn all about the SCIENCE happening about our Lean+Green Tea

Make your Family & Friends Treats with Benefits!

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I love sharing other people’s health improvement experiences because they give me confidence to, at the very least, give a health product – that’s easy to enjoy – a try!  Here are just a few of the many coming in daily that apply directly to improvements in depression related experiences:

“Hi! My name is Mariz C., (41 y.o.) I have been a Registered Nurse for 21 years. I have been using Burn+Control Coffee (1-2x a day depending on how much my calorie intake in a day) for 9 months now and I absolutely love the taste. I lost 15lbs and maintained my weight without starving myself. I can eat whatever I want, but I am mindful of the quality of food I am eating.

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But my greatest testimony is my mother, a 40 year diabetic, and on the verge of starting hemodialysis. Since she started drinking the Lean+Green Tea, it kept her blood sugar within normal limits and reversed her kidney failure. All complications of being diabetic for a long time. You might say it’s impossible but I have lab results to prove it. Her A1C level, an indicator for kidney function was from 9.0 (bad) went down to (7.0) better. (Ideal is 6.5 below). So it’s amazing!

That’s why I am so amazed and passionate about sharing these products coz they just flat out work! I have heard a lot of consumers of Javita who have similar results too and I want others who don’t know these products yet, to experience what we all have experienced by just changing the cup of their coffee or tea to Burn+Control Coffee and Lean+Green Tea! Thank you for changing our lives!”
-Mariz C., RN Rancho Cordova, CA

This loving husband and father of five has his life (and blood sugar levels) back on track thanks to Lean+Green Tea. Check out Angel’s story:

”Hi my name is Angel and I’ve been Diabetic for 15 years. When I first found out I was Diabetic, my sugar levels were dangerously high–ranging anywhere from 400-600. I never took my sugar levels as seriously as i should have, until I lost my Dad due to Diabetic complications. That’s when I knew i had to do something.

Even with a change in diet, it was hard for me to be consistent. Not to mention my sugar levels were ranging from 150-160, and that WHILE I was TAKING MEDICATION prescribed by my doctor.

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Then my wife discovered Lean+Green Tea. After checking out the ingredients, she suggested i try it. I’ve never been a fan of ANY tea, but considering I’d tried everything, I thought it was worth a shot.

 Within a couple of days, I started to feel shaky and assumed my sugar levels were high. But when i tested my sugar it was 75. I immediately called my Doctor and asked why i was shaking if my levels were normal. He said my body was not used to functioning at NORMAL. Since starting Lean+Green Tea twice a day (January 2014), my sugar levels are ranging from 80-90’s AND my A1C is 6.1 with NO medications!!! As an ADDED BONUS I’ve lost weight and inches!! Thank you Lean+Green Tea for helping me get on the path to GREAT health!! We have 5 kids, and I plan on being around a long time to watch them grow. Thank You!!” ~Angel F.

How can you not love this…

“So….Maxie now has an A1c of 6.9!!!!! Thank you Lean+Green Tea!!” –Trudy
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A1C is the average glucose level in a cell for the last 90 days (3 months) My A1C went from 5.9 to 5.2 after consuming Lean & Green Tea for just 60 days!

I forgot to add A1C level guide line are from 4.0 to 5.9.

But for a Diabetic, the 6.9 is not bad at all, especially for kids.

I wish mine was like that when I was 8 years old.

Congrats Maxie!!! -Greg Costa

 

 

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