Wednesday, April 25, 2012


The Gold Spot: WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN BUYNG GOLD: As many people are diversifying their traditional asset portfolio’s, there are always some red flags to look out for when buying gold. Let’s...

Monday, April 23, 2012

Chin Hong Lai

Mr Chin lost 300 pounds. Do you think he is a little happy that Herbalife found him? ASTOUNDING!!!

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Protein Snacks

It is well established that the typical person eating a western-type diet consumes more daily calories than he needs. High-calorie snacks filled with fats and sugars contribute to these extra calories. Protein packed bars, drinks, soups, and nuts are far superior to other snacks because of the inherent differences between protein and sugars and fats.
First off, protein is more satisfying than the other two macronutrients because of specific signals it sends to the brain. When we snack on protein instead of sugars and fats, the body feels more full which helps people control their appetite between meals thus cutting calories and controlling their weight. Recent clinical research has supported this physiologic phenomenon.
A second reason for choosing protein as a snack is its thermogenic effect. This refers to the metabolic tax a food puts on the body after we eat it. This metabolic tax for protein is much higher than sugar or fat because the body uses more energy to digest it. This means that when you choose protein over the other two, you are burning more calories during the process of digestion. Having this higher tax rate is good because protein tends to be low in caloric content, so the body is working harder on fewer calories.
A third reason to choose protein snacks over sugars and fats is the body's need to replenish the building blocks of muscle tissue. Muscle is important for our daily activities and it determines our metabolism. So the more we maintain our healthy lean muscle mass, the higher we maintain metabolism.
So the next time you reach for a snack, choose a protein-rich bar, drink or soup. Avoid high-calorie chips, cookies, candies and sweets. They are generally much higher in calories, and they offer little nutritional value to the body.
Dr. Heber also serves as chairman of the Herbalife Scientific and Nutrition Advisory Boards.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Health Coaches LA

Herbalife is Cooking!!!

Maximizing Healthy Skin

Research has shown that by taking positive steps toward improving what you eat and how you look and think, you can help your body look younger for a longer period of time. While wellness begins on the inside by nourishing your cells with the proper balance of vitamins, minerals and nutrients, it's also essential on the outside of the body. A glowing, radiant face and silky, smooth skin are all representations of total wellness. That's why the products you put on the outside of your body should be as nourishing as the ones you take internally.
Skin care for men and women
Whether you're a man or woman, Skin Activator® Daily Replenishing Cream can help give your skin a more youthful appearance and help you reduce the visible signs of aging before it begins or after it's well underway. Thousands of people around the world have reaped the benefits of Skin Activator®–Herbalife's number-one-selling Outer Nutrition® product. They've used this advanced face cream to help diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and to help give their skin a more youthful appearance. Independent clinical studies of the glucosamine complex in Skin Activator® have shown that when used regularly for 12 weeks, you'll experience: 
  • 57% reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles after 12 weeks 
  • 55% improvement in skin firmness after 12 weeks 
  • Improvement in the appearance of skin-surface texture of 45% in 12 weeks

Monday, April 16, 2012

Metabolism Myths

Metabolism refers to all the chemical processes that take place in the body in order to sustain life – processes that allow you to breathe, pump blood, keep your brain functioning and extract energy from your food. Your basal metabolic rate refers to the number of calories your body uses each day, at rest, just to keep all your vital organs functioning.
The metabolic rate is directly related to your body composition. Every pound of body fat you have burns only about 2 calories a day. But the rest of you – your lean body mass – burns about 14 calories per pound each day. A big portion of your lean body mass is made up of muscle, so one of the best things you can do to boost your metabolic rate is to build up muscle through strength training. And, make sure to take in adequate protein from the diet, which helps to build and maintain lean muscle, too.
Here are the facts surround five myths about metabolism:
Myth: Aging slows your metabolism.
 People do tend to put on weight as they get older – but it’s typically because they tend to exercise less, or less vigorously, than they used to – and that means fewer calories burned per day. As a result, loss of muscle mass can occur which reduces the body’s lean body mass – which results in a slower metabolic rate. Cardiovascular exercise to burn calories and strength training to preserve or build up muscle are great defenses against age-related weight gain.
Myth: You’re stuck with the metabolism you have and you can’t change it.
 While it may appear that there are people who eat all the time and never seem to gain, chances are they make healthy, relatively low calorie selections naturally. Many of these “lucky” people also burn more calories simply because they move more - they might fidget more, or get up from their desks frequently during the day to stretch, or walk down the hall to talk to a colleague instead of e-mailing. So, once you’ve made the commitment to boost your metabolism by building more muscle, use those muscles more by moving around frequently throughout the day.
Myth: You burn more calories digesting ice-cold foods and beverages than foods that are room temperature or warmer.
 In a laboratory, very slight increases in calorie burn have been measured in people who drink very cold beverages. But the change is too small (amounting to about 10 more calories burned per day) to have any meaningful impact on weight loss.
Myth: If you cut calories, your metabolic rate will slow down, so what’s the point?
 It is true that your metabolic rate can slow a bit when you cut calories – your body’s natural inclination is to try to conserve calories as best it can. But, these decreases are relatively small, and if you become more active as you lose weight, you can offset these small changes. With a combination of diet AND exercise, you can help to preserve the rate at which your body burns calories.
Myth: If you stop eating at night, when your metabolism is slower, you’ll lose more weight.
 When people lose weight because they stop eating after a certain time of day, it’s only because they’ve cut their overall calorie consumption - not because they are eating their calories earlier in the day. Consuming all your calories before the sun goes down won’t speed up your weight loss unless you also eat fewer calories than you need.

Pyramid Scheme?

Hahaha, this is so funny!

Tania Cagnotto

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Virat Kohli

Kohli made headlines when he courageously took to the field for a Ranji Trophy match on the day of his father’s death in 2008.

Though Virat Kohli’s career is just getting started, he is already considered one of the best cricket players in the world. He burst onto the scene as the captain of the victorious Indian team at the 2008 U/19 Cricket World Cup, where he poured in 235 runs in six matches. A year later, at the 2009 Emerging Players Tournament in Australia, Kohli once again led India to world victory – he was the tournament’s leading run scorer. Currently playing in the Indian Premier League, Kohli’s name is also regularly called upon to play for his country in top international tournaments, like the International Cricket Council (ICC) Champions Trophy and the Tri-series. Kohli made headlines when he courageously took to the field for a Ranji Trophy match on the day of his father’s death in 2008. Despite the emotional adversity, he scored 90 runs and was instrumental in leading the team to victory. The sky is the limit for this young star in the Indian Premier League and any cricket fan can be sure that they’ll hear of Kohli’s accomplishments for years to come.

 Country India (India)

 Achievements 08 – Champion • U/19 Cricket World Cup 09 – Leading Scorer • Emerging Players Tournament 11 – First Indian player to score a century in his World Cup debut • World Cup