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How to lose weight on Herbalife?

We personalize the program based on how much weight there is to lose.  The more weight, the more careful we have to be about staying healthy and having enough protein to shrink up and tone the skin left behind when that nasty fat is gone.

The more protein we eat and muscle we build, the better we burn fat, so our PROTEIN PRODUCTS are very important, as well as good sources of protein we get from the store.

We do a Lean Protein Estimator calculation that tells us how much protein is needed … so a person may need, for example, five proteins during the day and two to three of them might be our convenient protein shakes, soup, or candy bars.

We add Formula 2, our Multivitamin Mineral Complex, to provide essential nutrients to support the immune system – two tablets three times a day.  These have herbs which cleanse, while the vitamins fee the system.

We recommend our Cell Activator capsule, an antioxidant which helps nourish the cells.

Our Personalized Protein Powder is a fat-free protein supplement with no flavor, meant to be added for extra protein value in shakes, where more protein is needed due to greater weight loss requirement.  It helps build and maintain lean muscle mass – great for body builders, too.

Target products are available to accelerate weight loss:

Herbal Tea Concentrate: an antioxidant with thermogenic (fat burn) benefits of green tea and botanicals.

Canola Oil Capsules: for essential fatty acids … works with protein to help shrink and tone the skin as you lose weight.  A certain amount of good fat is needed every day for health.

Mineral Complex Advanced: contain corn silk and dandelion, which are traditionally used in herbal medicine as a diuretic … want to work on those inches?  Build that muscle and get rid of the stored water between fat cells (cellulite?) and change that shape!

TJ Yellow: with ingredients that help control cravings for carbohydrates and so can help blood sugar levels …

Total Control:  We call this our “exercise in a bottle,” so it’s my secret weapon during winter months when my activity level drops off – take one – three a day.

What a person uses to lose weight is personal – it depends on how much there is to lose and how determined one is.

The minimum product is the PROTEIN SHAKE,  with up to 21 vitamins, minerals and essential nutrients, plus fibre.

Then, to be sure to supply balance nutrition, add the Formula 2 multivitamin/herbs.  That’d be the minimum.  I think the Canola Oil is essential.  Then probably the Total Control and TJ Yellow … whatever the budget allows.

Having said that, based on what the our Health Survey reveals when we start this process … if digestion has been seriously hurt from any number of things, adding the Herbal Aloe and Florafiber, or our cleanse products (in the U.S.) will always be a benefit.

The thing is … just get started!  Attend our Weight Loss Challenge and learn about proteins, carbs, snacking, etc. and make the little changes that will help over a lifetime.

Remember that there’s a huge nutritional value in these products – you’d probably have to eat around 4000 calories to get the nutritional value of the protein shakes and vitamins, so there’s usually a boost of energy, more productive activity on fewer calories, and that’s how we begin to change the energy balance and create weight loss!

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Margo

Margo Linder has over 24 years experience helping clients (http://betterhealth-fast.com) gain better health with her products. She is a busy mother of ten (19 - 39) and grandmother of seventeen, who enjoys reading, sewing painting and interior design. Margo writes as if passing on bits of information to her very large family of children, their spouses and grandchildren - and anyone else who might be listening. She will explore how small life changes (tweaks) will make a huge difference to enjoyment of life and general well-being. The World Health Organization defines health in terms of complete physical, social and mental/psychological well-being. So this is about the "whole" person. She emphasizes that she is not a health professional or scientist, but offers food-for-thought from life experience, her health business and their scientists, her own research and common sense.
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