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This December, we’re helping get everyone thinking about a better start to the best year, yet with our “5 Big B’s” to help you stay on track. (from the New Jersey Team) By the time New Year’s Day rolls around it is likely the January and February calendars are filled up with things to do, meetings and appointments. Trying to think of ways to get an empowered life when it is already over-scheduled doesn’t always work. 1. Body: How is the body doing? Have plans to maintain a current exercise regime? Want to boost a workout?...

We had a ball on the cruise with our Skinny Body Care Family. New relationships started and enhanced others. Skinny Body Care is not just another MLM or Company; We are a group of people that are connected together with passion to educate others on health issues and we use Skinny Fiber as that tool to do so. SBC stands for Skinny Body Care but in reality it really means Some Body Cares!!! I am looking forward to the day when EVERY SBC FAMILY MEMBER will join us. I wish nothing more than SUCCESS for each of you. It’s time for ACTION!!...

Traveling to Cozumel, Mexico was an awesome experience.  One of things that was so great was getting the fresh foods and benefits of healthy whole foods. Hubby and I got to experience coconut milk and it wasn’t any fresher than this. It’s hard to explain the flavor.  It was refreshing and delicious.      Benefits of Coconut Milk: Following are some of the health benefits of coconut milk: Helps to maintain blood sugar places: Glucose intolerance may cause manganese deficiency in your body. Coconut milk is a rich...

ACE Registered Dietician Natalie Digate recently posted an article on the Ask the Expert Blog about how to have a healthier Thanksgiving. Here is her advice: 1. Fit it all on one plate. Prevent over-stuffing yourself by fitting your Thanksgiving feast all on one plate (This works best if you don’t use an oversize plate filled to the brim). Sample small portions and avoid going back for seconds. If you’re tempted to return for more, give yourself 20 minutes (about how long it takes to feel full) first. 2. Eat slowly. Thanksgiving...

Obesity is a substantial public health crisis in the United States and in the rest of the industrialized world. The prevalence is increasing rapidly in numerous industrialized nations worldwide. This growing rate represents a pandemic that needs urgent attention if obesity’s potential toll on morbidity, mortality, and economics is to be avoided. Research into the complex physiology of obesity may aid in avoiding this impact.   Obesity kills hundreds daily and millions yearly. Many of these deaths could have been prevented if more measures...

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