Saturday, October 31, 2009


Host: Michelle Thomas & Brenda Walcott-Nesbeth
Location: 256 Terrill Road
Plainfield, NJ 07602 US

When: Saturday, November 14, 6:00PM
Phone: 201-315-7783

Now is the time to be empowered to choose a lifestyle of better health and increased wealth. Come and learn about a company that has formed partnerships with Fortune 500 companies that we all love and patronize as well as others that play significant roles in sustaining the environment.

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

YOUNG LIVING ESSENTIAL OILS - prepare for the cold season

Our immune systems can be greatly compromised when negative thoughts and emotions are present. An assortment of responses are activated under these circumstances creating and imbalance and causeing us to contract colds and viruses. Use of high frequency essentials by Young Living Essential Oils offers protection directly from the life source of plants and herbs, giving us an edge over environmental suceptibility to bacteria, fungi, viruses and inflammation.

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Friday, October 23, 2009


Come and meet top producers Ginger Jonas and Natasha Lake as they share how they have built their business and have earned close to $300,000 in the past 16 months!!! the time to BUILD your business by inviting guests and witness the savings kick in for the Holidays!!!

Jersey events will be hosted by Top Producers Joe O, Frank Marone, Mike Moore, Bob Quintana, Michael Fitzpatrick, Matt Sabato, John LoPresto and many others...don't miss these special events!

Monday, October 26, 2009

Brooklyn, NY

Khamit Kinks Natural Hair Care Salon
327 Gold Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Between Myrtle and Johnson Streets

7pm~ Meet & Greet
8:15~4 Steps of Duplication

Host: Anu Prestonia ~(646) 372-8628

Friday, October 16, 2009



Here are a couple more recommendations I have for combating the flu. First and foremost, eliminate fast foods, sugar and highly processed foods from your diet as they deplete your immune system and your body. Secondly, supplement your diet with all the essential 90 nutrients that your body requires to function properly. There are also two other Young Living products that I recommend: K & B for its ability
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Candles that emit carcinogens:
from: Care2 written by Melissa Breyer

As the days start their slow climb toward the winter solstice I always find myself lighting more and more candles to compensate for the diminishing sunlight. I love the warmth and flicker of light they can infuse a room with, rooms otherwise flat by the increasingly muted autumn and winter skies. Yet while candles can create a lovely mood, some types also create toxic emissions that are hardly worth the ambiance.

The candle culprits? Paraffin wax candles. These candles, which are made from petroleum, are a source of known human carcinogens and indoor pollution, researchers said in a study presented last month at the American Chemical Society’s national meeting in Washington, D.C. In the study, R. Massoudi and Amid Hamidi found that candles made from beeswax or soy, although more expensive, are safer because they do not release potentially harmful pollutants.

“An occasional paraffin candle and its emissions will not likely affect you,” Hamidi said in a news release from the American Chemical Society. “But lighting many paraffin candles every day for years or lighting them frequently in an unventilated bathroom around a tub, for example, may cause problems.” Hamidi also said that some people who believe they have an indoor allergy or respiratory irritation may actually be reacting to pollutants from burning candles. They noted that ventilation can help reduce the level of pollutants in closed rooms–but I say, better yet: switch to a healthier alternative!

Another part of the healthy candle discussion is centered around fragrance–synthetic fragrance, by which the majority of candles are made fragrant by. A study performed by the EPA found that numerous potentially hazardous chemicals are commonly used in synthetic fragrance, including acetone, benzaldehyde, benzyl acetate, benzyl alcohol, camphor, ethanol, ethyl acetate, limonene, linalool, and methylene chloride.

So, your best bet? Unscented, 100 percent beeswax candles with a cotton wick are the safest option–but aren’t suitable for vegan candle-lovers who should opt for unscented soy-based candles. There are also a number of other vegetable wax based candles on the market; just make sure you are avoiding paraffin and synthetic fragrance

For additional sweet and healthy scents to use and enhance your beeswax or soy candles, use essential oils by: Young Living Essential Oils,

Thursday, October 15, 2009


From my Favorite health awareness website..

Exercise Minimizes Weight Re-Gain After Weight Loss
Content Works


Oct 09, 2009 (Voice of America News/ContentWorks via COMTEX) -- DATELINE: Durham, North Carolina

Paul MacLean raises a lot of fat rats. MacLean is a professor at the University of Colorado's School of Medicine where he studies the metabolisms of rats to learn about the metabolisms of people.

He says one of the biggest problems doctors face in treating fat patients, is getting them to keep weight off after they've lost it. MacLean's fat rats may hold a clue as to why that's so.

The experiment called for rats to eat like people

MacLean says the best way to learn about gaining weight is to get rats to act as much like people as possible.

"We give them too much fat, and we put them on an energy restricted low-fat diet just like humans go through," MacLean said.

"Once we have a weight reduced rat, we model the holidays and allow them to go off of their diets and we look at various aspects of their metabolism," he added.

After allowing the rats to gorge on food and regain weight, MacLean divided them into two groups. One group remained sedentary. The other exercised daily.

After weight loss, exercise suppresses appetite

What MacLean found was that when he exercised the animals by giving them a daily bout of treadmill exercise, similar to what a lot of people do, it changed their metabolism.

"It lowered their hunger that they were experiencing on a daily basis," MacLean said. "And it reduced the amount of weight gain early on, as they relapsed to obesity and ultimately lowered the body weight. So it changed their biology," he said.

MacLean added that the exercising rats didn't stay thinner because they were burning calories every day. That might have played a part in their weight control, he said, but the exercise program actually changed the biological drive to eat, and suppressed it.

"We were changing how they regulated body weight," he explained. MacLean says that may mean exercise can help people stay on their diet and resist the temptation to, "succumb to those biological urges of hunger pains that they feel on a daily basis after they've lost weight."

Of course, MacLean pointed out, people are different from rats; humans don't just eat because they're hungry. They eat to socialize, or when they see delicious looking food or when others pressure them to just try a little bite. But he said, people could react just like rats in that when they exercise, they might keep that weight off.

MacLean's research is published in the American Journal of Physiology " Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology.

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