Aug 16 ~Charlotte View: Get the Shaklee Scoop ~Pat Dussinger 08/16 by Charlotte View Internet Radio | Health Podcasts

Aug 16 ~Charlotte View: Get the Shaklee Scoop ~Pat Dussinger 08/16 by Charlotte View Internet Radio | Health Podcasts

Friday Aug 16 ~ Charlotte View: Get the Shaklee Scoop! with Pat Dussinger (after Global Conference 2013)

If you call during our Live Show (805) 830-8344 and mention

Showtime: Friday, August 16, at NOON (EDT)
Category: Health + Weightloss

Call in Number: (805) 830-8344

Duration: up to 60 minutes

Opening Song:  
Description: Are you a Shaklee lover like Charlotte View? Did you make your way to Nashville, Tennessee for the 2013 Shaklee Global Conference along with Pat and Bob Dussinger?

What should you look for in a weight-loss program?

Successful, long-term weight control must focus on your overall health, not just on what you eat. Changing your lifestyle is not easy, but adopting healthy habits may help you manage your weight in the long run.
Effective weight-loss programs include ways to keep the weight off for good. These programs promote healthy behaviors that help you lose weight and that you can stick with every day.
Safe and effective weight-loss programs should include
  • a plan to keep the weight off over the long run guidance on how to develop healthier eating and physical activity habits
  • guidance on how to develop healthier eating and physical activity habits
  • ongoing feedback, monitoring, and support
  • slow and steady weight-loss goals—usually ½ to 2 pounds per week (though weight loss may be faster at the start of a program)

Listen how Shaklee 180 is helping people lose the right kind of weight and stay lean & healthy.

Lose Fat, Not Muscle

Every year Shaklee with the Dussingers attend this Conference to get inspired, get trained, get energized…and have a lot of fun while at it

"Coming back from the Conference has given me more energy and direction to run my Shaklee Business" - Pat said -"but when I saw on stage a huge number of people taking Shaklee 180 who had lost significant weight - and had kept it off. I asked myself why can't I be up there?"

"Since the Conference, I've dropped inches around my waist. My BMI is shrinking and my stamina is blossoming. I can't wait to share this with all my friends and loyal listeners"

Jump to the Opportunity to Host or Attend a Shaklee 180 Party

Living your healthy best starts when you're at your healthy weight. Improve your shape and get leaner and healthier with Shaklee 180™. Developed by scientists, our clinically tested*, deliciously simple products are uniquely designed to help you lose the right kind of weight and turnaround your life. You've tried everything else. Now try what works. 

Here are some frequent asked questions about obesity  

1. Can being overweight lead to health problems?
Yes. Being overweight is linked to a number of health problems, including:
  • Heart disease and stroke
  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Gallbladder disease and gallstones
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Gout
  • Breathing problems, such as sleep apnea (when a person stops breathing for a short time during sleep) and asthma
2. How do I know if I am obese?
Obesity is defined as an excess proportion of total body fat. A person is considered obese when his or her Body Mass Index (BMI) is equal to or greater than 30.
3. Is any fat healthy?
A certain amount of fat in the diet is good and necessary to be healthy. However, nutrition experts agree that most Americans should eat less fat than they currently do. When you do eat fat, make sure it is primarily unsaturated fat, such as fat that comes from nuts, grains, and vegetable sources like olive oil.
4. What steps should I take to lose weight?
  1. Decide you want to permanently lose weight.
  2. Educate yourself.
  3. Have a realistic weight loss goal in mind.
  4. Formulate a structured weight loss plan with your doctor and receive proper follow-up.
5. What type of exercise is best?
It does not matter what type of physical activity you perform -- sports, planned exercise, household chores, yard work, or work-related tasks -- all are beneficial.
Over the past few years, exercise advertisements have targeted simplified exercise routines for weight reduction and maintenance. Some exercise advertisements sell the belief that one machine will work your entire body and give you the results you need. However, many of these machines may only be good for one type of conditioning, such as cardiovascular. These machines also have limitations to the type of exercise you can do and they are not appropriate for everyone. To determine the best type of exercise program for you, talk to your doctor and a certified athletic trainer.

6. How much exercise should I do?
Studies show that even the most inactive people can gain significant health benefits if they accumulate just 30 minutes or more of physical activity per day.
For the greatest overall health benefits, experts suggest 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise on most (and preferably all) days of the week. Doing aerobic activity for most of the days and strength (anaerobic) training two to three days of the week is recommended for best results.
If you have been inactive for a while, you may want to start with less strenuous activities such as walking or swimming at a comfortable pace. Beginning at a slow pace will allow you to become physically fit without straining your body. Once you are in better shape, you can gradually do more strenuous activity.

10. How can I prevent regaining lost weight?
Keep the following tips in mind when losing weight:
  • Set realistic weight loss goals, such as 1 to 2 pounds per week. Those who lose weight slowly, by eating less and exercising more, tend to keep their lost weight off.
  • Eat fewer calories by cutting down on portions and/or decreasing the total amount of fat you eat to 30% or less of your total daily calories.
  • Do not skip meals.
  • Keep healthy snacks on hand, such as raw vegetables with low calorie dips, or fruit. Keep in mind it is the total amount of calories consumed that impacts the rate of weight loss. Fat-free foods may not be eaten as desired, as they are not calorie free.
  • Choose foods high in fiber such as fruits and vegetables with moderate portions of  whole-grain breads, cereals, and  rice. These foods will give you more chewing satisfaction while the higher fiber content may make you feel fuller on fewer calories.
  • To ensure you are eating healthy, keep an accurate food journal. Write down everything you eat or drink. Be honest and accurate, otherwise the journal is not as helpful. The food journal will help you learn about your eating habits and help you assess the food choices you are making.
  • Eat a variety of colorful foods to get all the nutrients you need.

Become a Shaklee 180™ Specialist!

The Shaklee 180™ program is designed to help you succeed in your weight loss journey. As you lose weight, people will notice your new shape and ask you how you did it. As you share your success and get them interested, Shaklee will reward you – it's that simple.
A great way to start is to get your product free with 3 for Free! Just get three friends to join you in a Shaklee 180™ and your product is free. 3 for Free is only the beginning. Becoming a Shaklee 180™ Specialist opens up even more possibilities. You can earn extra money each month, receive a car bonus and even have a full–time career.
How far you go is up to you – the decision is completely yours to make. Contact me to find out more!

Earning is Simple!
You can put yourself on the path to finding your very own financial After–After with extra income for your family and for yourself. By taking an action as simple as hosting Shaklee 180™ Parties, you can be on your way to a new car, a family vacation, or saving up a nest egg. Becoming a Shaklee Specialist in your spare time can help make it all happen.

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