How Do You Stay Protected during this Flu Season?

How Do You Stay Protected during this Flu Season?

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Posted by MarioMFinkbiner Blog on Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Keep this in mind: Preventative health is an approach that targets all systems of the body.

How Do You Stay Protected during this Flu Season?

Flu Shot or Natural Alternative

 

It’s that time of year again when a person coughs at your workplace and You child goes to school to be subject to coughs & sniffy noses.

We believe that it’s the start of the Flu Season but are we correct in our thinking?

During October and November, most hospitals and institutions begin taking precautions from the unpredictable onset of illness. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) claims that December and February are the two peaks of flu season. And, health experts are claiming that flue shots may only be 10% effective against the general public.

Many people opt for the flu vaccination to prepare for this season, but is it the healthiest way to protect your immune system? Let’s take a closer look

I would argue the point its not the safest alternative, RATHER seek A Natural Alternative

Flu Limitations – The director of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Kanta Subbarao, suggested that the flu vaccine might not be the “optimal match” to this year’s flu season in a STAT interview. This is because the flu vaccine can be limited to protecting against the antibodies that it holds.

According to Dr. Subbarao, that strain of flu might not be the one that gets passed around from person to person. It’s hard to predict the specific strain of flu and health organizations can only provide immunity for strains they try to predict. So, just because you receive a flu shot doesn’t mean that you are immune to every flu strain and that you won’t get sick.

In addition there has been may warnings against a “repeat vaccination” problem.

In some cases, people who are vaccinated yearly seem to be more susceptible to the virus than those who just got one shot in the current season.

 

 

So let’s consider A Natural Alternative

Preventative health is an approach that targets all systems of the body.

When it comes to keeping your immune system strong, it’s important to practice overall good health habits – especially when it comes to your gut (or “second brain”). Our Immune Pack will help shield yourself with a prebiotic and probiotic formula as well as synergistic herbal blends, plant extracts and whole food products.

Germs, viruses and bad bacteria are everywhere and affect our immune systems in all kinds of ways. Our strongest protection is prevention.

“Your Health is True Wealth” & remember to be “Proactive not re-active to your Health”

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Stay Protected this Flu Season

It’s that time of year again when one person coughs at your workplace and everyone glares with fear. Cue the Jaws music! With the start of the fall season, we find ourselves navigating the treacherous waters of flu season. During October and November, most hospitals and institutions begin taking precautions from the unpredictable onset of illness. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) claims that December and February are the two peaks of flu season. And, health experts are claiming that flue shots may only be 10% effective against the general public.

Many people opt for the flu vaccination to prepare for this season, but is it the healthiest way to protect your immune system? Let’s explore.

Flu Limitations

The director of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Kanta Subbarao, suggested that the flu vaccine might not be the “optimal match” to this year’s flu season in a STAT interview. This is because the flu vaccine can be limited to protecting against the antibodies that it holds.

According to Subbarao, that strain of flu might not be the one that gets passed around from person to person. It’s hard to predict the specific strain of flu and health organizations can only provide immunity for strains they try to predict. So, just because you receive a flu shot doesn’t mean that you are immune to every flu strain and that you won’t get sick.

In addition to this, Subbarao warns against a “repeat vaccination” problem. In some cases, people who are vaccinated yearly seem to be more susceptible to the virus than those who just got one shot in the current season.

A Natural Alternative

Preventative health is an approach that targets all systems of the body.

When it comes to keeping your immune system strong, it’s important to practice overall good health habits – especially when it comes to your gut (or “second brain”). Our Immune Pack will help shield yourself with a prebiotic and probiotic formula as well as synergistic herbal blends, plant extracts and whole food products.

Germs, viruses and bad bacteria are everywhere and affect our immune systems in all kinds of ways. Our strongest protection is prevention.

“Your Health is True Wealth” & remember to be “Proactive not re-active to your Health”

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Natural Support for Inflammation

Natural Support for Inflammation

Inflammation is the body’s way to protect itself; the goal being to remove harmful irritants and begin the healing process. This means that when we get injured or become sick, one of our body’s healing mechanisms is to swell and become inflamed in hopes of pushing out and removing the toxins. In some cases, inflammation is acute, meaning it has a quick onset and only lasts for a few days to a week. This includes sore throats, headaches, appendicitis, bronchitis, etc. Chronic inflammation is more serious as it is a long-term issue, like asthma, arthritis to ulcers.

As inflammation is common and often treated with over-the-counter medicine, that is only a temporary solution. The natural route provides more than just long-term support, but other benefits to many other parts of your body.

Inflammation Support:

Tart Cherries – new research from Oregon Health & Science University suggests that, “tart cherries have the highest anti-inflammatory content of any food.”

Green-Lipped Mussel (found in our Joint Flex) – a type of mussel native to New Zealand that contains omega-3 fatty acids, which have joint-protecting properties.

White Willow Bark (found in our Joint Flex) – the bark, from the Willow Tree, contains salicin, a compound chemically similar to aspirin.

Astaxathin (found in our Super Xanthin) – may calm chronic inflammation by inhibiting pro-inflammatory agents. While it may not work as quickly as NSAIDS,  it does work effectively and with no adverse side effects.

Bromelain – a powerful enzyme found in pineapple. Pineapple has been used for centuries in Central and South America to reduce inflammation.

Turmeric – a bright orange root that is ground and used as a spice. “Turmeric has been used in both Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine as an anti-inflammatory,” states the University of Maryland Medical Center.

Which Produce Has the Most Pesticides ?

Which Produce Has the Most Pesticides

You will be shocked with the answer

As your Health & Wealth Advocate. Also as a Parent this report shocked me.

We as parents always want to make sure our children & loved ones are protected. So this was very eyeopening

Apples tops the list of produce with the most pesticides, according to a new report, followed by peaches and nectarines.

Overall, nearly two-thirds of produce tested contained pesticides, but the prevalence varied greatly between types, according to the report from the Environmental Working Group (EWG). More than 95% of the apples, peaches and nectarines tested contained pesticides.

“We see consistent differences between foods,” said EWG senior analyst Sonya Lunder. “This is an important piece of information for people who want to eat zero pesticides, people who are concerned about eating pesticides who maybe live in an area where they don’t get organic food or can’t afford it.”

A number of factors determine which produce farmers spray with pesticides. Farmers tend to use pesticides for fruit with sensitive skin like peaches and nectarines, she said. On the other hand, the skin or peel on produce like avocados, pineapples and bananas largely prevents pesticides from affecting consumers who eat them.

Avocados, sweet corn and pineapples topped the list of produce with fewest pesticides.

The report looked at a number of factors in United States Department of Agriculture data to develop the rankings including the percentage of a type of produce that tested positive for pesticides, the weight of the pesticides and the average number of pesticides. Consuming produce with multiple pesticides may have “synergistic effects” on the human body, said Lunder.

The report is not meant to discourage consumers from eating fruits and vegetables, Lunder said. In fact, the EWG’s database of 80,000 food items finds that produce rates among the healthiest items in the supermarket.

“We know everyone needs to eat fruits and vegetables and we would never say this is a reason to choose something else instead,” she said. “This is important tool for understanding and making informed choices about the food you purchase.”

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Coca-Cola, Sugar Limits and Childhood Obesity

Coca-Cola – Sugar Limits and Childhood obesity

Coca-Cola – Sugar Limits – Childhood obesity what do they have in common?

Mario’s Breakdown of Article at-a-glance

  • Corruption at both CDC & WHO Organization absolutely disgusting, considering that they were placed to Protect our CHILDREN not HARM
  • Newly appointed CDC Director Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald received $1 million in funding from Coca-Cola to combat childhood obesity during her six-year stint as commissioner of Georgia’s public health department
  • Her Coke-funded anti-obesity campaign focused on exercise. None of the recommendations involved cutting down on soda and junk food, yet research shows exercise cannot counteract the ill effects of a high-sugar diet
  • Coca-Cola funds more than 90 different medical and health organizations, including the American Diabetes Association and the American Cancer Society. Meanwhile, soda is a major contributor to diabetes, cancer and other chronic diseases

Interesting Read … Leave your comments !

By Dr. Mercola

Last year, evidence emerged showing Barbara Bowman, Ph.D., then-director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention, aided a Coca-Cola representative in efforts to influence World Health Organization (WHO) officials to relax recommendations on sugar limits.1

Bowman ended up vacating her post two days after her betrayal of the public trust was exposed.2 Now, we’re looking at a new CDC director, Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, and she too has a long history of collaborating with Coca-Cola.3,4 Such conflicts are commonplace, yet one has to wonder whether there really aren’t any qualified individuals to choose from that are not in the pocket of big industry.

As noted by Jim O’Hara, director of health promotion policy at the Center for Science in the Public Interest:5 “We hope Dr. Fitzgerald, as head of CDC, avoids partnering with Coke on obesity for the same reason she would avoid partnering with the tobacco industry on lung cancer prevention.”

First Bowman, Now Fitzgerald

Bowman’s case is a perfect example of the public health dangers associated with these kinds of conflicts of interest. In March 2015, WHO published a new sugar guideline specifically targeting sugary beverages, calling them out as a primary cause for childhood obesity, especially in developing nations where the soda industry is aggressively expanding its reach.

WHO’s recommendation to limit soda consumption was a huge blow to an already beleaguered soda industry, struggling to maintain a declining market share amid mounting evidence identifying sweetened drinks as a primary contributor to the obesity and diabetes epidemics.

The damning email correspondence between Coca-Cola and the CDC was obtained by the non-profit consumer education group U.S. Right to Know,6 and showed that Bowman, whose job entailed preventing obesity, diabetes and related health problems, was helping Coca-Cola gain leverage within WHO.7

The Coca-Cola representative in question was Alex Malaspina, a former scientific and regulatory affairs leader for Coke and founder of International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) — a food industry front group that made headlines last year when it questioned the scientific validity of sugar guidelines.

Newly appointed CDC Director Fitzgerald, an OB/GYN, also has ties to Coke, having received $1 million8 in funding from the company to combat childhood obesity during her six-year stint as commissioner of Georgia’s department of public health. Not surprisingly, Fitzgerald’s career includes obesity prevention efforts that run contrary to established science showing exercise cannot counteract the ill effects of a high-sugar diet.

Fitzgerald Has History of Promoting Soda Industry’s Alternative Facts

As reported by The Intercept:9

“During her tenure as Georgia’s public health watchdog, in a state that has one of the highest obesity rates in the nation, Fitzgerald and Gov. Nathan Deal launched SHAPE, a statewide effort to address childhood obesity through ‘physical activity before class, physical activity during class, and more structured recess.’

Muhtar Kent, the [now former] chief executive and chairman of Coca-Cola Co., appeared with the governor and Fitzgerald to promote the initiative, along with a pledge of $1 million from his company to fund it … Coca-Cola was so fond of Fitzgerald’s approach to obesity issues that an opinion column authored by Fitzgerald is featured prominently on Coca-Cola’s website.”

Well, it’s no wonder Coca-Cola is such a fan. Fitzgerald’s approach toward obesity prevention is exactly what the junk food and soda industries have been promoting. SHAPE even had a Coca-Cola executive serving on the oversight board. By focusing on activity levels rather than the need to quit drinking sodas and eating junk food, corporate interests are protected while giving the appearance of “doing something” to protect children’s health.

You Cannot Combat Obesity With Exercise Alone

The truth is, obesity cannot be overcome with exercise alone. To neutralize the calories from a single McDonald’s Big Mac with large fries and a can of soda, you’d have to exercise for at least 1.5 hours — and that doesn’t take into account the many adverse effects taking place on a cellular level from sugar, harmful fats and synthetic additives.

Dramatically reducing sugar intake is a key component of any successful anti-obesity program, and Fitzgerald’s SHAPE program said absolutely nothing about this. While the program encourages children to eat five or more fruits and vegetables each day, there’s not one word about cutting sodas and junk food.

Ironically, according to Coca-Cola, soda is a perfectly acceptable rehydration choice even before, during and after exercise!10 Based on its physiological effects, this is about as misdirected a recommendation as you can get. You simply cannot compare clean, pure water to soda when you’re thirsty.

Source: The Renegade Pharmacist

Soda Industry Has Lost Major Influence Over Pediatricians

Up until 2015, Coca-Cola had significant influence over American pediatricians, donating nearly $3 million for the creation and maintenance of the American Academy of Pediatrician’s (AAP) Healthy Children website.11

At the time, the AAP praised Coca-Cola on its website, lauding its commitment to “better the health of children worldwide” — a phrase that seems extraordinary naïve considering what we now know of Coke’s business strategies. Leaked internal documents and emails — which have become known as “The Coke Files” — shows the soda industry is actually working against public health in a very coordinated and comprehensive fashion, using well-known tobacco-industry tactics such as:

  • Message coordination and influencing media.
  • Lobbying at every level of government.
  • Funding public health organizations. Public health researchers have warned the beverage industry has created deep financial ties to the public health community over the past several years, and that this was strategically done to silence critics and gain allies in the fight against regulations.12,13,14,15

A paper published last year in the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine16 also details the sugar industry’s historical influence on dietary recommendations.17,18,19,20,21,22

  • Developing close ties with influential scientists and experts who then speak on the company’s behalf while presenting themselves as “independent” experts.23
  • Debunking and manipulating science. Research has revealed simply funding a study will significantly influence the results. An investigation by Marion Nestle, Ph.D., a professor of nutrition, food studies and public health, found that out of 168 studies funded by the food industry, 156 of them favored the sponsor.24

Here’s just one recent example of the soda industry’s attempts to undermine scientific facts: In 2016, the American Heart Association issued new guidelines recommending Americans limit their daily added sugar intake to 38 grams for men, 25 grams for women and children between ages 2 and 18, and zero grams for kids under 2.25,26 The junk food industry’s answer was to create a study refuting the validity of the recommended limits on sugar, saying: 27,28,29

“Guidelines on dietary sugar do not meet criteria for trustworthy recommendations and are based on low-quality evidence. Public health officials (when promulgating these recommendations) and their public audience (when considering dietary behavior) should be aware of these limitations …

At present, there seems to be no reliable evidence indicating that any of the recommended daily caloric thresholds for sugar intake are strongly associated with negative health effects. The results from this review should be used to promote improvement in the development of trustworthy guidelines on sugar intake.”

To combat this kind of industry-funded misinformation, scientists at three American universities have created an educational website called SugarScience.org,30 aimed at making independent sugar research available to the public.

  • Astroturfing — This is the effort on the part of special interests to surreptitiously sway public opinion and make it appear as though it’s a grassroots effort for or against a particular agenda, when in reality such a groundswell of public opinion might not exist.

Big Soda Still Funds More Than 90 Different Health Organizations

The AAP broke ties with Coca-Cola in 2015 — as did the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the American Academy of Family Physicians — saying its board and staff no longer shared Coca-Cola’s values. While that’s good news, Coca-Cola still funds more than 90 different medical and health organizations,31 including the American Heart Association, the American Diabetes Association, the National Institutes for Health and the American Cancer Society.

All of these organizations work on strategies to reduce incidence of disease, yet receive funding from a major purveyor of those very diseases. As noted by researchers looking into the prevalence of soda industry funding of health organizations:32

“Such sponsorships are likely to serve marketing functions, such as to dampen health groups’ support of legislation that would reduce soda consumption and improve soda companies’ public image. It is recommended that organizations find alternative sources of revenue in order to stop indirectly and inadvertently increasing soda consumption and causing substantial harm to Americans.”

Many Health Organizations Compromise Public Health to Satisfy Sponsors

Indeed, researchers33 have noted a number of instances where influential public health organizations shifted position on soda tax initiatives aimed at reducing soda consumption after receiving an industry donation. Here are just a few examples:

  • Save the Children, a nonprofit group that provides health education programs for children, had previously supported soda tax campaigns in several states but suddenly stopped in 2010 after receiving a $5 million grant from Pepsi.
  • In 2012, when New York proposed a ban on supersized sodas, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics cited “conflicting research” as the reason for not supporting the measure. That same year, the Academy had received $525,000 from Coca-Cola. The following year, Coke gave them another $350,000. Dietitians listed as having received consulting fees from Coca-Cola also participated in a Twitter campaign aimed at defeating the proposed soda tax in Oakland, California.34
  • The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the mission of which is to fight for equality for minorities, opposed soda tax initiatives even though black and Hispanic communities have disproportionally high rates of obesity and related health problems.

The Hispanic Federation has also chosen not to support soda tax initiatives. The reason for their lenience becomes clearer in light of the fact that both of these organizations have received large donations from Coca-Cola. NAACP received more than $1 million between 2010 and 2015, and the Hispanic Federation received $600,000 between 2012 and 2015.

One wonders whether the fact that Fitzgerald is an OB/GYN is another reason Coca-Cola is celebrating her appointment as CDC director, seeing how they’ve lost much of their influence with the AAP, and recent research highlights the dangers of soda consumption specifically during pregnancy.

Drinking Soda During Pregnancy Raises Your Child’s Risk of Obesity

According to a recent Harvard study,35 drinking soda during pregnancy raises your child’s risk of obesity by age 7. Nearly 1,080 mother-child pairs were included in the study, which found a dose-dependent relationship between soda consumption and the child’s future waist size and body mass index (BMI). According to study author Sheryl Rifas-Shiman:36

“Childhood obesity is widespread and hard to treat. So, it’s important to identify modifiable factors that occur prenatally and during infancy so prevention can start early.”

Overall, more than half of pregnant mothers drank half a serving of soda or more per day during pregnancy. Ten percent drank two or more servings daily. BMI and waist circumference were highest among children whose mothers drank the most soda (two or more servings) during the second trimester.

Interestingly, the mother’s consumption of soda appeared to have a greater influence on the child’s weight than the child’s own intake. Future studies will evaluate whether children’s intake of soda may have a particularly potent influence on their weight when consumed during a particular period of their childhood.

Diet Soda Is Not the Answer

I firmly believe ditching soda and other sweetened beverages is one of the most important steps you can take to improve your weight and health, and this includes avoiding so-called “diet” drinks as well. Artificially sweetened beverages may in fact be worse for your health than regular soda. Research has shown artificial sweeteners can stimulate your appetite, increase carb cravings, stimulate fat storage and promote weight gain.

In fact, diet sodas may actually double your risk of obesity, while regular soda (at a rate of one can per day) is associated with a 60 percent increased risk of obesity. In addition to that, aspartame is associated with a long list of other harmful effects, ranging from brain damage to pre-term delivery, while sucralose has been found to be particularly damaging to your intestines.

A study37 published in 2008 found that sucralose reduces good bacteria in your intestines by 50 percent, increases the pH level in your intestines, and affects a glycoprotein in your body that can have crucial health effects, particularly if you’re on certain medications like chemotherapy, or treatments for AIDS and certain heart conditions. In response to this study, James Turner, chairman of the national consumer education group Citizens for Health, issued the following statement:38

“The report makes it clear that the artificial sweetener Splenda and its key component sucralose pose a threat to the people who consume the product. Hundreds of consumers have complained to us about side effects from using Splenda and this study … confirms that the chemicals in the little yellow package should carry a big red warning label.”

For Optimal Health, Drink More Clean Water

Unfortunately, many are still in the dark about these health risks. Having healthy gut flora is absolutely vital for your optimal health so, clearly, any product that can destroy up to half of your healthy intestinal bacteria can pose a critical risk to your health. Sugar also promotes unhealthy bacterial growth, and many are already deficient in healthy bacteria due to consuming too many highly processed foods. This is why I recommend eating fermented vegetables every day, or at the very least taking a high-quality probiotic.

Remember, pure water is a zero-calorie drink. You cannot find a beverage that contains fewer calories. If you think about it, why on earth would you choose artificially sweetened water over regular mineral water? If you want some flavor, just squeeze a little bit of fresh lemon or lime into mineral water as these citrus fruits have some of the lowest fructose levels of all fruits.

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Back to School Lunch Envy

Back to School Lunch Envy

It’s that time of year again! Morning routines are in full swing, including packing lunches (props to anyone who does it the night before!).

The BIG 3 Questions:

  1. What does my child want to eat?
  2. What do we actually have in the fridge or pantry?
  3. Is it healthy?

While lunch can often be an afterthought for you, it’s a big deal for kids. It’s totally normal for kids to compare what they have to everyone else. Sure, you can’t control what their friends eat for lunch, BUT you can compete with “food envy.”

  • Ask them what they want – What is their guilty pleasure food? Make a delicious alternative!
  • Add Color – Kids like flashy things and bright colors are alluring, like red bell pepper or green kiwi.
  • Dipping Fun – Fruits and veggies are more fun (and tastier) with a little dip, like almond butter, organic honey, organic (vegan) ranch, etc.
  • Make it Easy to Eat – Finger food is convenient and quick. Try organic whole wheat tortilla wraps instead of the traditional sandwich.
  • Pack a lot of fruit – Fruit is nature’s candy without the artificial colors, flavors, and added sugars.
  • Include a “real” treat – A homemade organic granola bar or a Kids MVP brownie are extra special desserts that they can eat once a day!

Another way to combat food envy for unhealthy lunch boxes, is to talk about it with your kids. Explain why cookies, crackers, gummy bears, white bread sandwiches and etc. aren’t good for their bodies or their brains. Teach them about the benefits of organic apple slices with almond butter, organic quinoa with grilled organic chicken and organic Kids MVP brownies. Maybe instead of your child saying “it’s not fair” or “that’s what everyone else has,” they will share your ideas with their friends at lunch and make good choices on their own!

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How to Get Your Indoor Kid More Active

How to Get Your Indoor Kid More Active

Video games, social media, television and cool air conditioning or warm heaters (depending on the weather), can make some kids prefer the indoors. Some can go hours with their eyes glued to a screen without realizing that the whole day has passed by them. And, if you happen to be the same way, children will see it as normal and continue with the same habits. What we have to do as parents is get our kids more active and outdoors for a healthier and happier lifestyle! Plus, it might help cut down on your electricity bill!

Here’s a few tips to get those kids away from the screen and out in the sun:

1.  Set an example

Whether we like it or not, kids imitate their parents. If you’re an avid gardener, swimmer, or a little of both then your kids will surprisingly want to join you.

  2. Get kids to help

Planting new fruits and veggies in your garden, raking leaves (and jumping in the piles) and other chores are physical activities that also teach responsibility. These little contributions can make kids feel valued and included. Reward them with a trip to the park or a playdate with friends for helping you in the yard.

3. Play with them

We can all be exhausted, but push yourself to create memories and healthy habits. Take them outside and kick a soccer ball back and forth, bring some chalk for a hopscotch game, ride bikes or go on a walk with them.

4. Indoor games

Sometimes the weather won’t allow outdoor play time so you’ll have to improvise and play some physical games inside to get you and the kids off the couch! Try hide-n-seek, obstacle courses made from couch cushions and chairs, dancing to music, keeping a balloon off the ground and even cooking a yummy healthy meal with them.

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How to Become a Master Recruiter

How to Become a Master Recruiter

Recruiting is the Gateway Skill

If you don’t get people to LOOK at your Opportunity or Join your Network then all you are doing is Selling your Product. You have a Retail Business(JOB)

We are building a network of people and moving Products/Services through them, so we are Selling, Like we do in every aspect of our lives

Also we are Building a Network of People who are also Selling thus our income will grow exponentially

How do you learn how to become a Master Recruiter?

Past your FEAR get into Activity… check this out .. Piece of paper ready for notes

Here are the 8 Steps to become a Master Recruit

Step 1: Be in a Hurry

Step 2: Compliment the Prospect

Step 3: Make the Invitation

Step 4: If I____, Would You____?

Step 5: Get a Time Commitment.

Step 6: Confirm.

Step 7: Get a Time and Number.

Step 8: Get off the Phone….

 

Step 1: Be in a Hurry This is a psychological issue, but people are always more attracted to a person who’s busy and has things going on.

“I don’t have a lot of time to talk, but it was really important I reach you” – Warm market

“I’m have to run, but…” – Cold Market

 

Step 2: Compliment the Prospect

The sincere compliment opens the door to real communication and will make the prospect much more agreeable to hearing what you have to say.

“You’re one of the smartest people I know and I really trust your judgment. “ – warm market

“You are super sharp. Can I ask what you do for a living?” – Cold market

 

Step 3: Make the Invitation

Direct Approach which you will use when you’re talking about an opportunity for THEM specifically, Indirect Approach which you will use to ask for help or advice

Super Indirect Approach which you will use to ask people if they know others who might be interested.

“When I thought of quality people that I’d really enjoy working with I thought of you. Would you be open to hearing what I’m doing?” – Warm Market

“Do you plan on doing what you’re doing now for the rest of your career?”

Step 4: If I____, Would You____?

You’re not going to offer your 3rd party tool, unless they agree to do something in return.

Let me offer you some examples:

“IF I gave you a link to an online presentation that explained everything, WOULD YOU click on it and watch it?”

“IF I gave you a article (or some other prospecting printed piece), WOULD YOU read it?”

“IF I sent you a Link/Video that laid out all the information in a very professional way, WOULD YOU watch it?”

“IF I sent you a Link/Video that described the business, WOULD YOU listen to it?”

If you’ve done the first 3 steps properly, the answer will be YES.

 

Step 5: Get a Time Commitment.

“When do you think you could watch the link for sure?”

Step 6: Confirm.

“So, if I called you on ____ you’ll have watched it for sure right?”

Step 7: Get a Time and Number.

“What’s the best Text number and time for me to call?”

Step 8: Get off the Phone….

“Great. We’ll talk then. Gotta run!”

Now that YOU have received the 8 Steps to become a Master Recruiter

NOW Go out there & CRUSH IT

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The Price of Diabetes

The Price of Diabetes

What is the Cost to YOU?

Americans are paying $322 billion per year for treatment of Diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. Between the 29.1 million Americans with Type 1 and 2 diabetes and the 86 million with prediabetes, chances are you or someone close to you falls into this category. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concluded that, in 2011, nearly 81% of adults with diagnosed diabetes were either being treated with insulin, pills or both. Considering all this, it should come as no surprise that 60% of U.S. personal bankruptcies are caused by medical bills.

Direct diabetic costs:

  • hospital stays and procedures (such as amputations)
  • prescription medications
  • anti-diabetic agents and diabetes supplies
  • doctor appointments
  • nursing/residential facility stays

Indirect diabetic costs:

  • work absence
  • reduced work productivity
  • inability to work

While diet and exercise can eliminate or reduce the need for medication, only 16% of diagnosed adults do so. This percentage is staggeringly low for a number of reasons.

Firstly, many who suffer from Type 2 Diabetes live in poverty-dense areas and are surrounded by “food-deserts,” that make it difficult to consume fresh produce and healthy foods regularly.

Secondly, the healthcare industry is quick to prescribe pharmaceutical drugs as the main treatment.

No matter if one suffers from Type 1, Type 2 or prediabetes, primary blood sugar management is a vital. Insulin, produced by the pancreas, controls the blood glucose levels when they get out of a certain range.

While those with Type 1 are unable to produce enough insulin to regulate their levels, Type 2 and prediabetes sufferers are resistant to the insulin their bodies do produce. Though there are distinct differences, both types of diabetics should strive for the same nutritional goals that include leafy greens, slow burning carbohydrates and adequate, lean protein.

In fact, the “diabetic diet,” is one that is ideal for everyone, diabetic or not.

Even though November is Diabetes Awareness month, it’s important to continue the work of

  • reading labels,
  • choosing raw vegetables over processed foods, and
  • keeping blood sugar levels stable, all year long.

If you are interested in extra support, Scoop of Greens is designed to help sustain healthy glucose levels.

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