Archive for November, 2010

The Symbiotic Diet – Thanksgiving Day Tips

November 23, 2010
If you have been on The Symbiotic Diet like I have and you have started to shed those unwanted pounds and that ugly fat you have been delighted and excited and amazed with the results.

 But now we approach one of the most dreaded times of the year for anyone who is trying to change there eating lifestyle…..Its all of the holidays and the great food that surrounds those holidays. Lets start with Thanksgiving, I can just envision that golden brown turkey with a big portion of steaming hot, fresh, homemade mashed potatoes with a lake of gravy on the top and humm I can smell the pumpkin pie now.  

The thing is, I plan on having all of those foods and more. One of my biggest problems with my eating habits was that I ate a lot, my portions were huge. I have found that by taking The Symbiotic Diet for about a month now I become much fuller much faster. I originally thought it was in my head but  I have never experienced this before and I really haven’t changed the way that I eat. So I guess it must be The Symbiotic Diet kicking into gear.

One thing that I would encourage you to do on Thanksgiving day is to just measure your portions and write down what you eat. You don’t have to go nuts with detail but I have found that it helps me, because lots of time I just eat and don’t even realize how much I ate during the day because I have been nibbling all day and then I would eat my meal.

I found this video that I think you will like and it will give you some quick tips so you don’t blow all of the progress that you made with The Symbiotic Diet. I wish you all a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving. Enjoy the video.

 

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Livethesource -Vitamins and Minerals and Their Roles

November 19, 2010

Usually, vitamins and minerals are obtained through food consumption but there are other ways like taking livethesource nano encapsulated multivitamin mineral and herbal supplement. Listed below are the most common classifications of vitamins and minerals and their roles and the foods that are rich with these elements.

Vitamins

There are two types of vitamins. These are the water-soluble and the fat-soluble vitamin. The water-soluble vitamins are the ones that cannot be stored in the body. They therefore have to be replaced regularly through food intake. The Fat-Soluble vitamins are the ones stored within the body for later usage.

* Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that is necessary for healthy eyesight. It’s also important for the immune system as well as having an effect on skin health and surface tissues. Food sources are from vegetables, cheese, carrots, and liver.

* Vitamin B1 is necessary for the body’s energy metabolism. This water-soluble vitamin is also called Thiamine or Aneurin, and it’s very important to know that deficiency in this vitamin causes damage to the neurons in the nervous system. To prevent Vitamin B1 deficiency, eat regular amounts of bread, whole grain, cereals, potatoes, milk and meat.

* Vitamin B2, also known as Riboflavin, is a micronutrient that plays an important role in maintaining overall health. This is essential in the process of gathering energy from all kinds of foods especially from proteins and fats. In short, this vitamin is an energy harvester. You can gather enough Vitamin B2 by eating eggs, milk and meat.

* Vitamin B3 is another water-soluble vitamin which is also called Niacin. Deficiency in this vitamin causes Paresthesia, which ranges from temporary to low-possibility of long-term effects. Paresthesia is a transient/chronic aesthesis of the numbing of the skin, or either tingling/prickling sensation. To prevent Paresthesia, eat eggs, meat, tomatoes, vegetables and nuts.

* Vitamin B5 is also called Pantothenic acid. It’s essential for metabolism as well as the production of the nervous system’s neurotransmitters. This vitamin is also vital for women’s over all health during a pregnancy. Pantothenic acid can be found in almost any kind of food.

* Vitamin B6, also known as Biotin, is a Water-Soluble B-complex vitamin. Aside from having an important role for body metabolism, the Biotin vitamin is often recommended for the counteraction of early hair-loss as well as prevention of diabetes. Food sources are meat, fish, milk, potatoes and vegetables.

* Vitamin C is very important in tissue and cell regeneration as well as tendons and cartilage. Basically, it helps to heal wounds and enhances the immune system. Vitamin C is most common in oranges, mangoes, meat, potatoes and vegetables.

* Vitamin D is required for the maintenance and development of bones and teeth. It’s also important to the immune system by encouraging anti-tumor activity, immuno modulatory functions and phagocytosis. Eggs, milk and cereals are the most common foods that contain Vitamin D.

Minerals

Vitamins and minerals and their roles are varied. Since we’ve discussed the vitamins above, we now come to the minerals (the dietary ones). Dietary minerals are chemical elements that have multiple roles to play in the daily maintenance of our body system. They are important in helping to control muscle contractions, the tissues’ fluid balance, the nervous system, enzyme secretions, and some hormonal functions. Unlike vitamins, they cannot be made within the body, and therefore have to be acquired through eating of food.

* Sodium helps regulate the body fluids as well as the normal operations of muscles and nerves. Food sources are fish, bread, cereals, meat, and salt.

* Calcium is for the bones and blood clotting. Foods rich in calcium are cheese, milk, bread, and vegetables.

* Iron is important for the transportation of oxygen in the red blood cells. Red meat, vegetables, cereals and potatoes are just some examples of foods that are rich in iron.

* Zinc is very essential as well as being particularly helpful to fight colds. Zinc can be gained by eating such as oysters, liver and beef.

* Copper is required for normal metabolic process. Copper can be gained through eating food such as cocoa, nuts and liver.

So are you still asking why vitamins and minerals and their roles are important to know? Hope they have already answered all of your questions. It’s very important to know which foods to take that are high in natural vitamins to acquire a healthy, disease-free body. Another site that I found that talks a lot about livethesource vitamins is Elivethesource. They also have some good video testimonials.

The Symbiotic Diet – Livethesource: What Do You Want?

November 17, 2010

Well this Blog about Livethesource and The Symbiotic Diet has been going on for a little over two months now and we have had about 2000 visitors. Thank you it makes my writing come much easier if I know that someone is reading what I write.

But here is the question that I want to pose to you. What do you want to see more articles and videos about in this Blog. Do you want more about livethesource and vitamins and minerals or more about the phenomenal nano encapsulated Vitamin D3 Booster or would you like to know more about The Symbiotic Diet with testimonials and the science behind the product or with my 20 plus years in Network marketing would you like to see more How To articles and different tips and tricks about how to build your livethesource \ Symbiotic Diet Business.

So please comment below so I can see what your interest are. I really want this Blog to be a tool that we can all use and benefit from.

Even with Livethesource and the Vitamin D-3 Booster and The Symbiotic Diet you need to eat properly and exercise. I know that those are like curse words to many of us but there is no magic bullet we need to change our lifestyles. However if we do it gradually the change is more likely to stick. Here are some simple suggestions that I found in this video.


The Symbiotic Diet – Don’t Burn Out

November 14, 2010

As I sit in front of a crackling fire tonight I think about The Symbiotic Diet but not to hard. ūüôā

You want to work hard at your livethesource and Symbiotic Diet business but not so hard that you neglect those around you who are important to you.

Work hard but don’t burn yourself out. Even God rested on the seventh day.

The Symbiotic Diet – Don’t Burn Out

November 14, 2010

As I sit in front of a crackling fire tonight I think about The Symbiotic Diet but not to hard. ūüôā

You want to work hard at your livethesource and Symbiotic Diet business but not so hard that you neglect those around you who are important to you.

Work hard but don’t burn yourself out. Even God rested on the seventh day.

The Symbiotic Diet – Do You Need to Lose Weight?

November 11, 2010

Each day in the United States, million of Americans say to themselves “I need to lose weight.”  Are you one of those individuals?  While many of the individuals who tell themselves that they need to lose weight do need to lose weight, not all do. 

 So, the question that many ask themselves is “do I really need to lose weight?” “Should I try The Symbiotic Diet?”  If that is a question that you have asked yourself before, you will want to continue reading on.

One of the many signs that you may need to lose weight is if you are obese.  Many individuals do not realize that there is a difference between being overweight and being obese. While different healthcare professionals have different definitions for obese, it is often said that those who are thirty or forty pounds overweight are obese. 

 If you are obese, you shouldn’t only be worried about your appearance, but your health as well.  Obesity has been linked to multiple health complications, including the early onset of death. This may be a serious consideration for The Symbiotic Diet program.

Another one of the many signs that you should lose both fat and weight is if you have been told that you need to do so.  Whether your physician recommended losing weight or if someone that you know on a personal level has, it is advised that you at least take their suggestions into consideration. 

Unfortunately, many individuals are embarrassed or become upset when they are told that they need to lose weight.  What you need to remember is that the individual mentioning your weight to you likely isn’t as concerned with your appearance as they are with your health. The Symbiotic Diet helps the body to help it’s self.

Another sign that you may want to think about losing weight is if you are finding that your clothes no longer fit you.  Of course, it is normal for some individuals to gain weight or to have their weight fluctuate, but you may want to think about joining a weight loss program and it will be fairly soon that a Symbiotic Diet Center is coming to your community. 

Unfortunately, many individuals do not just have a small weight gain. Small weight gain often leads to more, which could have a negative impact on your health.  It is also important to mention the cost of new clothes, which you may not be able to afford. Some say that they can’t afford The Symbiotic Diet but if they can’t afford The Symbiotic Diet how will they be able to afford the expense of new clothing when they can no longer fit into their old clothes.

You may need The Symbiotic Diet program if you find many simple tasks or activities, like walking up a flight of stairs, difficult, you may want to think about losing weight.  Of course, becoming out of breath from simple activities may not necessarily just be a weight problem, but there is a good chance that it is. When you lose weight, even just a little bit of it, you will likely find it easier to do many of the activities that you love or even the tasks that you need to do, like take your kids to the park.

The above mentioned signs are just a few of the many signs that you may need to lose weight.  People from all over the country are seeing great results with The Symbiotic Diet from Livethesource. Should you wish to lose weight, you are advised to proceed with caution. There are a number of weight loss products on the market, like diet pills or exercise equipment, which do not work. To save yourself money and to protect your health, you may want to consider consulting with your physician before starting any weight loss program, even one that you develop yourself.

Livethesource|The Symbiotic Diet Business Builder Tip

November 7, 2010

The Symbiotic Diet and Livethesource ‚Äď The Hidden Truth

November 5, 2010

Before you get your hopes up thinking that I have dug up some major dirt on livethesource and The Symbiotic Diet I want to let you know, that is not the case at all.

The hidden truth that I am going to expose is not only with The Symbiotic Diet and Livethesource but with ALL Network marketing companies. It is not your fault that you are failing.

I am going to share a story with you about a guy I know called Mike and I want you to see if this seems like something that you may have gone though or that you are going through with The Symbiotic Diet Business from livethesource.

Here is Mikes story and this is all true:

I was 25 years old at the time and, after five years in the business, I could count the number of people I had sponsored on one hand

No matter how hard I tried, I just couldn’t make money in Network marketing ‚ÄĒ¬†even though I worked¬†it day and night… and even though I did everything my upline told me to do.

I went to every meeting within 300 miles… made an average of 100 (yes one hundred) cold calls per day… and spent every penny I had on books, tapes and advertising that never paid for itself.

When I told my upline about this, they said it must be “me” doing something wrong. That the system was completely “duplicatable.” And I just needed to be¬†more¬†“positive”… set¬†more¬†goals… call more leads… and attend¬†more meetings and training calls.

But those things only got me more of the same rejection and frustration. In fact, by this time I was dirt broke…¬†had racked up¬†thousands¬†of dollars in debt… and was so financially in “the hole, I¬†had to pawn my championship winning bike and furniture just to¬†eat.

In truth, I had pretty much given up on Network Marketing.

Then one day, almost by accident, I discovered a secret way of prospecting on the Internet after reading an email from a direct marketing genius in Chicago.

An almost laughably simple technique that requires¬†no¬†cold calling…¬†no¬†going to meetings…¬†no¬†rejection… and absolutely¬†no¬†selling.

In fact, with this secret…

People Actually Paid Me To
Hear About My Opportunity And Products.

I almost couldn’t believe it.

I used to spend hundreds of dollars per month on advertising and beg people to let me show them the plan.

It was incredible.

I had discovered a 100% “rejection-free” way of prospecting that lets even the most “timid” and shy networker sponsor¬†dozens¬†of new distributors in just a few short weeks.

Without making one single cold-call.

Without having to hassle your friends, family and neighbors.

And without spending ANY money.

In fact, as I said, people actually pay you to prospect with this method.

Sounds almost crazy, doesn’t it?

Hey, I understand.  Sometimes I still have a hard time believing this is real.

And all I ask is you hold off from disbelieving long enough to see the evidence for yourself.  It will take just a few minutes, and will help you sponsor new distributors far faster and easier than you ever dreamed possible.

OK enough of Mikes story. My story was so similar to his I knew that he had been in my shoes before. Once I watched the 7 free videos my eyes were opened and my hope was restored. This was a turning point in my business and I would never have to embarrass myself looking for prospects again.

Check out these videos, there is no charge. They are FREE what do you have to lose?

We are all part of the livethesource and The Symbiotic Diet family and I would hope that if you had something like this that helped you in your business…. I would hope that you would share it with me and my team. Here is the link New Prospects Videos for livethesource and The Symbiotic Diet.

Livethesource – Why Do We Need Vitamins and Minerals?

November 5, 2010

I posted this article because as a result of my involvement with livethesource and The Symbiotic Diet I get many questions about vitamins and minerals. Nowadays vitamins are becoming an important aspect of our daily lives. We should normally get these important elements from our daily diet. However, you may ask, ” why do we need vitamins and minerals ?” It is simply because without these essential nutrients it’s just like we are merely eating just for the sake of filling in our stomach.

Some vitamins are stored within our body and some our bloodstream. There are two classifications of vitamins, the fat-soluble vitamins, and the water-soluble vitamins. We have to replace these vitamins daily by taking food supplements or multi vitamin tablets and that’s where a problem comes in, because your body at the cellular level will only absorb about 10% of the vitamins and minerals in tablet form. I have chosen livethesource nano encapsulation multi vitamin, mineral and herbal supplement because it has about a 90% absorption rate of those elements at the cellular level and you can actually feel the difference.

Even the average health researcher would ask the question, “Why do we need vitamins and minerals?” Read on find out the answers to your question. These are the reasons why both vitamins and minerals are very important to our body.

Minerals

* Calcium is essential for healthy bones, nervous system, muscle and teeth.

* Chromium is important in increasing the effectiveness of insulin, which is essential in proper metabolism.

* Copper is essential for blood cell formation and works with vitamin C during healing.

* Iodine is for the regulation of the body’s metabolism.

* Iron is important in the production of blood.

* Magnesium acts as a medium in the utilization of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

* Manganese is for proper skeletal system development and production of sex hormones.

* Molybdenum acts as an important element in the transportation of iron from the liver. Also, it helps promote normal cell function.

* Potassium is important for a healthy nervous system, heart muscle, and kidneys.

* Selenium aids in keeping the arteries and tissues elastic.

* Zinc is an important element for proper healing of wounds.

Vitamins

* Vitamin A is essential for healthy skin and eyesight, most especially for focusing during nighttime. Vitamin A is one of the few antioxidant vitamins that are important in protecting our body from various disease and pollutants, which makes it a great vitamins for the immune system. Foods that are high in vitamin A are liver, vegetables, milk, and orange fruits.

* Vitamin B is considered a group of vitamins. Vitamins in this classification include vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, and B12. Their properties are similar in nature but they function in a different way. We need these vitamins for normal red blood cell formation. Food sources for vitamin B include milk, peas, beans, eggs, fish (or other seafoods), red meat, wheat, white meat, yogurt, vegetables and oats.

* Vitamin C is important in maintaining proper regeneration of cells and tissues. So every time you get a cut, vitamin C helps in healing the wound. Aside from that, it helps the body to fight off against any forms of infection and illness. We can get vitamin C from foods such as cantaloupe, tomatoes, kiwi fruit, citrus fruits, sweet red peppers, cabbages, broccoli, and strawberries.

* Vitamin D helps in the development and maintenance of healthy bone structures. It is also needed in order for us to get strong and healthy teeth. Aside from that, it aids in our body’s ability to absorb calcium. We can get this vitamin from foods like egg yolk, cereal, liver, and milk.

* Vitamin E is one of the vitamins that give our body a lot of benefits. The main function of this vitamin is to maintain healthy cells and tissues for us to get healthy functioning eyes, skin, and liver. Also, it helps protect our lungs from external damages such as pollutants in the air. It also plays a major role in the formation of red blood cells. Foods that are rich in vitamin E are sardines, nuts, seeds, vegetables, egg yolks, wheat, and oats.

* Vitamin K works like a glue when there is a cut. It helps in the clotting of the blood. This clotting process is important so that the blood will solidify and to prevent bleeding. We can get vitamin K by eating foods such as vegetables, soybean oil, yogurt, milk, and broccoli.

So has your question ….. why do we need vitamins and minerals? been answered? We need proper vitamin information nowadays. Many people have been suffering a lot of illnesses because they lack specific vitamins and minerals in their diet. Unfortunately tablet type of vitamins will not get them what their bodies need because of the low absorption rate and that is why I take livethesource because of the 90% absorption rate.

Deficiency in vitamin and mineral consumption is one of the main reasons why we suffer from illness. Therefore, we must keep in mind that health is about eating the right kind of foods with the proper amount of vitamins and minerals and because most people don’t have that then I would recommend trying Livethesource.

Livethesource is the best thing that I have found but if you have found something better please let me know about it.

For more information about livethesource click this link nano encapsulation vitamins.

The Symbiotic Diet vs Other Non Symbiotic Diets

November 3, 2010

I just read this article today because I have been doing some research on The Symbiotic Diet from livethesource and Fat loss. Read what Mike has to say and post a comment if you agree or disagree with me.

Healthy Weight Loss Programs – Top 3 Ideas For Learning The Best Diet Plans For You
by Mike on November 1, 2010

From diet supplements to detoxification diets, high-protein to low-carb, and so much more — how do you discover the best diet plan for your unique wants and preferences? While nutritionist and dieting gurus share a few standardized opinions (limiting portion sizes and the benefits of working out), there are so many different ways for losing weight, it’s difficult not to be overwhelmed.

So how should you find the best diet for healthy weight loss that you can really keep up with? Here are some ideas! How quickly do you want to lose your weight? If speed is vital for you — because of an important future event, a critical health issue, or just because you’re anxious to see results — you may want to choose weight loss programs that are specifically geared to trick your body into quick weight loss.

This includes diets such as the Lemonade Master Cleanse Diet, which functions as a cleanser to free your body of accumulated waste. It may not sound pleasant, but some dieters lose up to 20 pounds in only ten days — a perfect solution for those who desire to lose weight quickly.

Are ease of use and convenience strong elements for you?Some people will never enjoy cooking, so the best diets are those where counting calories, counting points, and making complicated menus are out of the question.

Diet meal plans such as Jenny Craig and Nutrisystem provide meal delivery alternatives, so there’s a bare minimum of cooking involved (if you can run a microwave oven, you’ll be fine!) and calorie and fat counts are previously taken into consideration.

Mikes entire article can be found here: http://healthylifetips.org/healthy-weight-loss-programs-top-3-ideas-for-learning-the-best-diet-plans-for-you/

I disagree with Mike because with all of the Ideas above you fall right back into the trap of regaining the weight after it is lost. Do these other methods even have any clinical studies behind them? These other methods are exactly why we spend BILLIONS of dollars every year on diet products and don’t see any results.

Am I wrong?

With The Symbiotic Diet you have a better chance of success because The Symbiotic Diet works on the brain and the brain ultimately controls what we eat.

If you are interested in more information on the symbiotic diet go here: The Symbiotic Diet

Here is another good link to information about The Symbiotic Diet

So do you agree or disagree? Post a comment and let your voice be heard

This article was used with permission from Rich Turrner. Thanks Rich :o)