Love Yourself Slim Summit


Imagine if you could control your emotional eating and start loving and living life! A little bit of a spin on the last summit we did but more great information! Get into the minds of leading experts in the industry who have not only overcome their own personal challenges, but in doing so, have put their knowledge to the test successfully helping thousands of people just like YOU! There simply isn’t enough opportunity to get straight to the point, insider information like what we have for you here! We invite you, beginning July 23rd, to participate in this FREE transformational event called….The Love Yourself Slim Summit! Discover Everything You Need to Finally Succeed at Weight Loss and Keep it off for Good! Our friend, Christine Campbell has brought together 21 of the most knowledgeable weight loss, emotional eating, health, fitness and self love experts to create a truly unique event. … Continue Reading

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Sexy Fit Summit


Are you tired of the quick fix and ready for a permanent, life long solution to your nutrition and lifestyle goals? Perfect! The Sexy Fit Summit, begins July 21st and together with 34 world class experts we will be addressing all your frustrations regarding getting AND STAYING in great shape while looking AND feeling sexy inside and out! Much of what we think we know about nutrition, fitness and health is just plain wrong. And maybe this is something we have sensed deep down but not known what to do about it. Well…now you will. We are excited to be a part of this summit because it is going to save you countless hours of searching for ‘hit or miss’ solutions. Here’s the deal…this is not about weight loss or a quick fix for the Saturday party. This is about getting fit and healthy for life while looking great and … Continue Reading

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Mastering YOUR Metabolism

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We understand food alone may not be the ONLY healing tool for some, however we do know it is essential to our survival, safely adding, the nourishment we receive from our food is essential to any process of healing. Nutrition is the key to metabolism. The carbohydrates, proteins and fats we consume contain essential nutrients, which the body cannot synthesize itself. Foods provides the substances essential for the building, upkeep, repair of body tissues and for the efficient functioning of the body. The health of our body is dictated by how well we are able to metabolize (breakdown and absorb) the nutrients we consume. When the body’s ability to metabolize energy becomes compromised due to “stress” the foods we choose and how we implement them into our lives is imperative to restoring energy systems in the body. The cycle of stress when left unattended for long periods of time becomes … Continue Reading

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Liver Pate: Natures Superfood


CLICK HERE to download your FREE e-book: The Stress Reduction Manifesto! Yes we know that most of you don’t like liver. But what if it was one of the many foods that could change your life!? A popular objection to eating liver is the belief that the liver is a storage organ for toxins in the body. While it is true that one of the liver’s role is to neutralize toxins (such as drugs, chemical agents and poisons), it does not store these toxins. Toxins the body cannot eliminate are likely to accumulate in the body’s fatty tissues and nervous systems. On the other hand, the liver is a is a storage organ for many important nutrients (vitamins A, D, E, K, B12 and folic acid, and minerals such as copper and iron). These nutrients provide the body with some of the tools it needs to get rid of toxins. -Chris … Continue Reading

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How to Stop Sugar Cravings!

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Have you ever noticed that cravings often parallel times of stress and/or anxiety? Before you even have a chance to think, you find yourself stuffing your face with a donut, chips and other convenience food that leave you feeling guilty and unsatisfied! Not eating enough, eating the improper balance and unmanaged stress all contribute to uncontrollable cravings. Cravings are the body’s signal it is not receiving the proper fuel! If the body does not receive enough dietary carbohydrates or the glycogen storage sites are empty the body has an adaptive survival response. Adaptive meaning the body has a back up, alternative energy producing mechanism because it understands how essential sugar is to our survival! It will do anything it takes to get what it needs! Visit HERE to download your FREE e-book: The Stress Reduction Manifesto! In Health and With Purpose, Joshua and Jeanne Rubin

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Master Your Metabolims Summit

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We’ve all heard the word metabolism. We all know it’s important but do you really know why, and how to create the healthiest metabolism within YOUR own body? Please join me and other amazing speakers on this upcoming telesummit, Master Your Metabolism. Click the image below to watch a short video on this summit! Click here to get your FREE LIVE TICKET! Hosted by our friend Melissa Schollaert, this totally free event brings together top tier experts in various fields to talk about metabolism and how to master yours and be successful in your health goals once and for all. In addition, EACH of the experts will be offering a free gift to all registered participants. This summit is designed to help you learn how to master your own metabolism and I hope that you will join me. You’re going to learn: •The nuts and bolts of creating a healthy … Continue Reading

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How to increase your metabolism!

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Visit HERE to download your FREE e-book: The Stress Reduction Manifesto! Click the image below to watch our youtube! So here’s the real definition: metabolism refers to all the biochemical reactions that occur within the cells of the human body. These reactions are designed to keep the cells functioning and more importantly are essential to maintaining the living state of the body. The processes of the metabolic system allow organisms to grow and reproduce, maintain their structures, repair damage and rid the body of toxins. Metabolism directly influences the efficiency of the digestive system and the ability of the body to be nourished by the foods you eat. The human body is an auto-regulated system. What does this mean? Well, in short it means it knows exactly how to be healthy. Our bodies have built in adaptive mechanisms at work constantly adjusting our internal systems based on the environmental stimuli, … Continue Reading

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Are you eating enough?


Visit HERE to download your FREE e-book: The Stress Reduction Manifesto! Click the image below to watch our youtbe! Other resources: The pancreas works as both an endocrine and exocrine gland. As an endocrine gland, the pancreas produces insulin and glucagon in response to blood glucose levels. When insulin is secreted to lower blood glucose, glucagon is secreted to increase blood glucose. Thus, glucagon and insulin are part of a feedback system that keeps blood glucose levels stable. Glucagon mobilizes glycogen from the liver when blood glucose levels begin to fall in a process called glycogenolysis. As these stores become depleted, glucagon then encourages the liver to synthesize additional glucose by gluconeogenesis, the breakdown of protein and fat for energy. Understanding the interrelations of these hormones with others in the body offers a clear understanding of the idea that blood sugar regulation is affected and affects every hormone and … Continue Reading

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Do You Have Poor Digestion?

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Do You Have Poor Digestion? How long have you been suffering from gut issues? If you are like most, it has been several years with very little to no change. Gastrointestinal dysfunction is probably the most common health complaint following fatigue. Some of the most common gut issues include: Candida Parasites and other bacteria Gas and Bloating Acid reflux Gastritis, diverticulitis, and all the other -itis’ (inflammation) Food Intolerances Leaky gut Constipation and Diarrhea Gallbladder and pancreatic insufficiency Autoimmune diseases (Crohn’s, IBS, etc.) If you can relate to any one of these check out this video!   The GI tract is a tube which extends from moth to anus and is a top to bottom process involving several organ systems along the way. An imbalance at any level can lead to gut dysfunction. It has become our mission to help you gain a new and refreshing perspective on how to … Continue Reading

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Do you have “Adrenal Fatigue?” Part 1

Do you have “adrenal fatigue?” Adrenal fatigue has been misinterpreted and is nothing more then the body expressing its inability to keep up. Identifying “adrenal fatigue” with labs and treating it with supplements is ineffective and a waste of money. Here is why: The general adaptation syndrome is a term coined by Hans Selye used to describe the body’s short-term and long-term reactions to stress. Selye explained his choice of terminology as follows: “I call this syndrome general because it is produced only by agents which have a general effect upon large portions of the body. I call it adaptive because it stimulates defense…I call it a syndrome because its individual manifestations are coordinated and even partly dependent upon each other.” Selye showed teh interrelations of the nervous system and the endocrine system via the HPA axis. The HPA axis (hypolthalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis) is a major part of the neuroendocrine system … Continue Reading

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