Archive | April, 2016

Dorothy lost weight with HiBurn8

30 Apr
Dorothy Norris Partain HiBurn8 Results 4.30.16
Dorothy used HiBurn8 and loves it!
“This is what taking our Nighttime formula HIBURN8 since February 29th has done for me. Do you now see why I love these products? 20lbs down in 60 days and that’s without exercising.
I was an incurable insomniac that could never get good sleep. Not anymore. I sleep so damn good and wake up refreshed and ready to get my day in gear.
No more sluggish feeling, no more wanting to sleep in because of lack of restful sleep. Now getting the sleep has helped me drop even more weight.
So easy, 1 tbsp each night before I head to bed. That’s it!!! My God, I love this stuff and will not be without it.
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Lack of Deep Sleep May Set Stage for Alzheimer’s

19 Apr

There’s growing evidence that a lack of sleep can leave the brain vulnerable to Alzheimer’s disease.

“Changes in sleep habits may actually be setting the stage” for dementia, says Jeffrey Iliff, a brain scientist at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland.

The brain appears to clear out toxins linked to Alzheimer’s during sleep, Iliff explains. And, at least among research animals that don’t get enough solid shut-eye, those toxins can build up and damage the brain.

Iliff and other scientists at OHSU are about to launch a study of people that should clarify the link between sleep problems and Alzheimer’s disease in humans.

It has been clear for decades that there is some sort of link. Sleep disorders are very common among people with Alzheimer’s disease.

For a long time, researchers thought this was simply because the disease was “taking out the centers of the brain that are responsible for regulating sleep,” Iliff says. But two recent discoveries have suggested the relationship may be more complicated.

The first finding emerged in 2009, when researchers at Washington University in St. Louis showed that the sticky amyloid plaques associated with Alzheimer’s develop more quickly in the brains of sleep-deprived mice.

Then, in 2013, Iliff was a member of a team that discovered how a lack of sleep could be speeding the development of those Alzheimer’s plaques: A remarkable cleansing process takes place in the brain during deep sleep, at least in animals. Read more from NPR.

Seven rules of good sleep hygiene:

  • Avoid napping during the day. It can disturb the normal patterns of sleep and wakefulness.
  • Avoid stimulants such as caffeine and nicotine as well as alcohol close to bedtime.
  • Vigorous exercise should be done in the morning or late afternoon, although a relaxing exercise such as yoga before bedtime can initiate a restful night’s sleep.
  • Keep the bedroom dark, cool and quiet. No TV, computer or tablets.
  • Avoid eating right before sleep. A two- to three-hour delay between dinner and bedtime is a good idea.
  • Ensure adequate daytime exposure to natural light. This is particularly important for older adults who may not venture outside as frequently.

Establish a regular relaxing bedtime routine. Avoid emotionally upsetting conversations just before going to bed.

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Satira lost 100 Pounds!

17 Apr

Satira 4.17.16Meet Satira. 😊

“The change even takes my own breath away sometimes!
I was 303 pounds and so unhealthy!
I’ve lost over a hundred pounds, cut my blood pressure medicine in half, and gotten completely off insulin!
Took me around a year for the 100 pounds. I cut carbs. I did walk but can’t do excessive exercise because of a back injury!
Skinny Fiber has changed my life!!”


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Why 10,000 Steps A Day?

13 Apr

Daily Steps Per day

Why 10,000 steps a day?

It turns out that the 10,000 steps a day recommendation originated in Japan back in the 1960s. Dr. Yoshiro Hatano and a team of Japanese researchers undertook studies, which showed the average person takes about 3,500 to 5,000 steps per day and that if people were to increase their daily steps to 10,000, they could burn up to 500 extra calories per day and possibly lose up to 44 pounds in a year.

It took over twenty years for the modern pedometer’s popularity (or devices like Fitbit and other fitness trackers) and Dr. Hatano’s research on 10,000 steps/day to impact North America. With obesity rates increasing steadily, it wasn’t until the 1990’s that other researchers and consumers began to take a second look at Dr. Hatanos’ 10,000-step research.

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Mark’s weight loss success story

8 Apr

Mark Smith 4.8.16

Mark did great using Skinny Fiber!

My Testimony

💯✔I’m Mark And My Journey With SKINNY FIBER Started When I Came To A Point In My Life In 2014 When I Was Going Through A Huge Transition In My Family Life And Stress On My Sales Job That Was Working My Nerves Overtime On A Daily Basis. I Was In A Crazy Place Mentally And Had Been Using Food To Self Medicate Myself Like Most People. I Ballooned Up From 210 Lbs To Almost 240 Lbs And For Someone That’s Only 5′ 11″ The Extra Weight Became A Physical Burden. Everyday I Struggled With Simple Things Like Putting On My Shoes And Being Out Of Breath. Always Waking Up Tired And Sluggish. Now Seeing As Though I Studied Sports Medicine And Athletic Training In College, Working With Some Of The Best College And Pro Athletes In The World, You Would Think LETTING MYSELF GO Wouldn’t Be An Option But It Happened. I Was Introduced To Skinny Fiber By A Co Worker Who Was A Distributor Who Was ALWAYS Telling Me How Great Skinny Fiber Was, How Well It Worked And About How Much Money They Were Making With This Company Skinny Body Care. So I Researched The Product. IT WAS LEGIT AND I WAS SURPRISED. April 1st 2015 I Began My First 90 DAY CHALLENGE Following The Process And At The End Of 90 Days Was Down From 235 Lbs To 217 Lbs. Excited About My Results I Kept Going. FAST FORWARD To Today April 5 2016 And I’m Down To 202 Lbs And Went From A Size 42 In Pants To A 36″ Waist And Still LOSING. I’m Currently Taking SKINNY BODY MAX AND HIBURN8


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Tips and Reminders for Skinny Fiber and Skinny Body MAX users

5 Apr

Cindy Wight Bridges 3.30.16

A few quick Tips and Reminders for those of you using Skinny Fiber or Skinny Body MAX…

1. Be consistent and take your 2 capsules twice DAILY!

2. Drink half your body weight in ounces of water per day.

3. Cut back on carbs and sugar.

4. Add in some exercise. Take a walk!

5. Do something to completely relax your body.

6. Laugh and smile everyday!

7. Cut back, or better yet, stop drinking soda (Diet Soda too).

8. Enjoy your meals…..EAT SLOWLY!

9. Get 7-8 hours of sleep each night.

10. Don’t compare yourself to others, your body is unique. Find what works for YOU!

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