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August-September 2017 Events: YOUTH Skin Care and PERFORMANCE Sport Nutrition

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We are excited to share the science and the results of our brand new lines: YOUTH Anti-Aging Skin Care and PERFORMANCE Sport Nutrition!

Please join our team’s events. We ask you to RSVP before coming. All times are in Central Time.

  • YOUTH Skin Care. Demo Party. August 19th, Saturday. West Plano, TX. 1-2pm or 2-3pm or 3-4pm.
  • SOCIAL DINNER. August 19th, Saturday. 6:30-9:30pm.
  • YOUTH Skin Care. Online Zoom Presentation. August 20th, Sunday. 6-6:30pm
  • ENERGY Performance Sport Nutrition. Online Zoom Presentation. August 22th, Tuesday. 7-7:30pm.
  • YOUTH Skin Care. Demo Party. August 27th, Sunday. Murphy, TX. 2-3:30pm.
  • YOUTH Skin Care. Wine Demo Party. September 8th, Friday. Murphy, TX. 6-8pm.
  • YOUTH Skin Care. Demo Booth. September 30th, Saturday. Murphy Maize Days, Murphy, TX. 10am-6pm.
  • 5×5 RESET. Online Zoom Presentation. Every Monday. 7-7:30pm.
  • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. Online Zoom Presentation. Every Monday 8-8:30pm.

To RSVP, please e-mail at TheNaturalPower@gmail.com or respond via Calendar Page.

If you are not able to join any of these meetings, you can review online information on YOUTH Skin care HERE  or PERFORMANCE Sport Nutrition HERE.

For questions or schedule a personalized appointment, please call/text (972) 489-7449, email TheNaturalPower@gmail.com. Nadya Tatsch

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We are excited to share this amazing natural wellness possibility with you and look forward to your stories!

My Story and Shaklee Sport Nutrition Testimonial (for runners)

20170319_110234My Run Story

In 2014 I could hardly run 5K. I was hurting and it was not pretty. It shaped my decision not to run longer distances. But I had 2 motivated people in my fitness life: one who asked to join for weekly runs in the park (so I did) and another one made a joke (and planted a seed of possibility in my head) to run 10K.

Soon enough I ran 5K formal run and finished 6th in my category. I was hurting. But I didn’t stop running; I had regular runs and work outs. In 2016 I tired a formal 10K run (“I Am Second”); why not; just a few more miles. I finished 6th in my category.

In mid December of 2016 I created my first dream/goal board. I put “Half Marathon” in it as just for fun. Why not It is a dream board after all. On January 1st 2017 my family ran Commitment Day 5K at our local gym. As soon as I completed the run, a sign caught my eye: ‘every day is leg day – Half Marathon 12-week Training.” I registered. In 3 months, with a proper training, some minor body adjustments, support #teamnoexcuses, I moved up from 10K to 13.1 mile.

On March 19th 2017 I ran 13.29 mile Rock and Roll Half Marathon with a 10 min per mile and finished at 2:10:49. My coach said, ‘your first half was faster than my first half! I think it’s a testament to your overall healthy lifestyle, and you train to be much more than just a runner. I’m definitely looking forward to seeing you at the finish line of a full marathon in 2017.

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My Shaklee Sport Nutrition Testimonial (for runners)

I was smart on how to treat and supplement my body. I knew Shaklee had been providing support for over 136 Olympic medalists. Shaklee created AstroAid for astronauts in 1993 and has powered 7 out of 25 world ventures. It’s gotta work for me!

  • Few months up to a week before the run. 7 Days Healthy Cleanse or 5×5 Reset diet. To help lose unnecessary weight, help digestion and natural energy production, cleanse your body from toxins. It’s a great foundation to build your strength and training on.
  • 2 days before the run until 2 days after the run, I took 2/day Join Pain Complex to help with joints, 2/day Omega Guard and 10/day Alfalfa to reduce possible inflammation. A day before I also used a carbohydrate diet.
  • A morning of the run. Right after wake up, glass of lemon water. 5 min strength exercise and stretching. 8 ounces of Performance.  Energy tea upon desire. Oatmeal and 180 Meal Bar.
  • During the run. 9 ounces of Performance was enough to keep me hydrated (sipped on every half a mile) so I didn’t need to slow down for water stations. I had 2 Energy Chews in my pocket and used one during the run.
  • Right after the run. 18 ounces of water. One banana.
  • An hour after the run. Big nutritious lunch.
  • Upon arrival home (2 hours after the run). Cool tub to help reduce inflammation. Joint and Muscle Pain Cream. 6 ounces of Performance.
  • And of course, Vitalizer was my regiment along the way!

I know I was able to find the EDGE because I treated and supplemented my body to the full potential.  I know with Shaklee I can do it all in my lifetime!

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Shoulder Pain Relief

There is nothing worse than shoulder pain. It hurts every time you try to lift your arm. Is there anything you can do to quickly relieve shoulder pain?

Julie Donnelly, LMT is a Deep Muscle Massage Therapist with 20 years of experience specializing in the treatment of chronic joint pain and sports injuries.

Shoulder Pain Relief

What Causes Shoulder Pain And How Do You Treat It?

Author: Julie Donnelly, LMT – The Pain Relief Expert

Editor: Dr. Stephen Chaney

shoulderShoulder joint pain was preventing a father from throwing a baseball to his son and he was very distressed.  He was complaining to a friend of his, who is a client of mine. Even though he had been recommended to go for surgery, his friend convinced him to give muscle therapy a chance. So yesterday “Frank” came in to see me.

He demonstrated throwing a ball, but he could barely lift his arm, and he definitely couldn’t bring it back. He said that his time with his son is precious to him, and that their favorite pastime is throwing a baseball.  If I could just help him do that he would be happy.

Why Muscles Cause Shoulder Joint Pain

Your shoulder has more muscle attachments than any other joint in your body.  A muscle pulls in only one direction, muscles never push. When you consider all the movements you can make with your shoulder and arm, you can see why there are so many muscles involved.

The important fact is when a muscle is shortened from spasms, it will cause pain at its insertion point on the bone at the shoulder joint.

The reason is evident when you consider an analogy I frequently use to describe joint pain. If you pull your hair at the end, it hurts at your scalp.  However, you don’t need to massage your scalp, you don’t need to take aspirin for the headache, and you definitely don’t need brain surgery!  You just need to let go of your hair!

The exact same thing is true to stop your shoulder joint pain. You just need to let go of the tight muscles that insert into your shoulder.

The Muscles That Cause Shoulder Joint Pain

Perhaps you’ve heard of the rotator cuff muscles: supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis. However, my experience has proven that there are a lot of other muscles that aren’t considered shoulder muscles, but that will cause shoulder joint pain. Those muscles are your biceps and triceps, your levator scapulae, and your latissimus dorsi (among others).

While not rotator cuff muscles, your biceps and triceps both originate deep within your shoulder joint. The other two muscles will move your shoulder blade (scapula). When they are in spasm, which shortens the muscle fibers, it will cause a strain to be placed on the muscle tendon, which will then cause a strain, and pain, on your shoulder joint.

How To Release Shoulder Joint Pain

There are so many muscles involved in shoulder joint pain that I couldn’t show all of them here, that’s why I wrote Treat Yourself to Pain-Free Living.

However, I do want to show you how to do one treatment, for your infraspinatus muscle.

But first, back to “Frank.”  I treated each of the muscles mentioned, and then using Treat Yourself to Pain-Free Living, I showed him how to treat each of the muscles of his shoulder.  He was thrilled!  He could easily, and painlessly, throw a baseball.  In fact, he went outside and tried it just to make sure.

The key is self-treatment.  Muscles will again shorten up until you train them to be their normal, longer, length. You can’t go to a therapist as often as necessary to make the muscles return to their proper length. However, you can treat yourself every day! That’s how you really stay flexible and pain-free — frequent self-treatment.

An Easy Treatment For Shoulder Joint Pain

The following pictures are from Treat Yourself to Pain-Free Living

Step 1: To treat your left infraspinatus, put the Perfect Ball in your right hand and bring it under your arm, going back as far as you can so you are on top of your infraspinatus muscle.

Step 2:  Lean into a wall.  Find the “hot spot” (the spasm).  You’ll know you’re on it because it will hurt.

Step 3:  Stay still for 30-60 seconds, then move a little bit to roll the ball back and forth on the muscle.

Treat Yourself to Pain-Free Living will explain this further, and will give you pictures and descriptions of how to self-treat the other muscles that cause shoulder joint pain.

It just takes a little bit of direction and effort to learn how to self-treat. But, I’ve seen so many times that you CAN stop shoulder joint pain!

Wishing you well, Julie Donnelly

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

About The Author

Julie Donnelly is a Deep Muscle Massage Therapist with 20 years of experience specializing in the treatment of chronic joint pain and sports injuries. She has worked extensively with elite athletes and patients who have been unsuccessful at finding relief through the more conventional therapies.

She has been widely published, both on – and off – line, in magazines, newsletters, and newspapers around the country. She is also often chosen to speak at national conventions, medical schools, and health facilities nationwide.

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If you would like easy to follow instructions on how to relieve joint pain and muscle tightness from head to toe click here to check out Julie Donnelly’s Pain Relief System today. Whenever, I have pain and stiffness I use her techniques. They work!

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Do B Vitamins Reduce Heart Attack Risk?

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Do B Vitamins Reduce Heart Attack Risk?

What Role Do B Vitamins Play In A Heart Healthy Lifestyle?

Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney

vitamin B - heart health - Shaklee - Dr. ChaneyTwo weeks ago I shared some studies that challenge the claim that vitamin E doesn’t reduce heart attack risk. To close out “Heart Health” month, I want to share some information that may change how you think about B vitamins and heart disease risk. Once again, you’ve seen the headlines: “B Vitamins Do Not Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease”. In fact, these headlines have been repeated so many times that virtually every expert thinks that it has to be true. Once again, I’m going to share some information with you that I learned from a seminar by Dr. Jeffrey Blumberg who disagrees with this commonly held belief. Dr. Blumberg is a Professor in the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts. Dr. Blumberg has over 200 publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals. He is considered one of the world’s top experts on supplementation, and his specialty is conducting and analyzing clinical studies. He believes that the media has seriously misinterpreted the studies on B vitamins and heart disease risk. You might call this “The Rest of the Story” because you (and your doctor) definitely did not hear this part of the story in the news.

Do B Vitamins Reduce Heart Disease Risk?

heart desease risk - Dr. Chaney - ShakleeThe study in question is called the “Heart Outcomes Prevention Evaluation-2″ (Lonn et al, New England Journal of Medicine, 354: 1567-1577, 2006). In that study a group of middle aged men and women received 2.5 mg of folate, 50 mg of vitamin B6 and 1 mg of vitamin B12 versus a placebo and were followed for an average of 5 years. The headlines that you may have seen said “B vitamins do not reduce the risk of major cardiovascular events in patients with vascular disease”. But, the headlines did not tell the whole story. In the first place, that was only true for heart attacks and cardiovascular death. Strokes were reduced by 25%. I don’t know about you, but I consider strokes to be fairly major. However, even when we focus on heart attacks and cardiovascular deaths the headlines didn’t tell the whole story. You see, even the best intentioned studies sometimes contain fatal flaws that aren’t obvious until after the study has been completed.

The Flaws In The Study

heart health - Shaklee - Dr. ChaneyThere were two major flaws in this study. Flaw #1 was that 70% of the study subjects were eating foods fortified with folate and had adequate levels of that nutrient in their bloodstream before the study started. For those people who were already getting enough folate in their diet, B vitamin supplementation didn’t make much of a difference. However, for those people not getting adequate levels of folate in their diet, B vitamin supplementation decreased their risk of heart disease by ~15%. Flaw #2 was that ~90% of the people in the study had a history of coronary artery disease and most of them were already on cholesterol lowering medications. To understand why this is a problem you have to understand both the proposed mechanism by which B vitamin supplementation has been proposed to lower the risk of heart disease AND how the cholesterol lowering drugs work. Deficiencies of folate, B6 and B12 are thought to increase the risk of heart disease because the B vitamin deficiency causes an increase in homocysteine levels in the blood, and high homocysteine levels are thought to increase inflammation – which is a risk factor for heart disease. So supplementation with folate, B6 and B12 has been proposed to decrease heart disease risk by decreasing inflammation. The problem is that the most commonly used cholesterol lowering medications also decrease inflammation. So you might not be surprised to learn that those people who had a history of coronary artery disease (and were taking cholesterol lowering medication that reduces inflammation) did not receive much additional benefit from B vitamin supplementation. For those people in the study who were not taking cholesterol lowering medication, B vitamin supplementation also reduced their risk of heart attacks by ~15% – but there were too few people in that group for the results to be statistically significant. So the headlines from this study really should have said “B vitamins do not reduce the risk of heart attacks or cardiovascular deaths in people who are already getting adequate folate from their diet or in people who are taking drugs that reduce the bad effects of B vitamin deficiency”. But that kind of headline just wouldn’t sell any newspapers.

What Does This Study Mean For You?

There are two very important take-home lessons from this study. Lesson #1: Once again this study makes the point that supplementation makes the biggest difference when people have an increased need. The studies discussed in “Health Tips From the Professor” two weeks ago illustrated increased need because of age, pre-existing disease, and genetic predisposition. This study illustrated increased need because of inadequate diet. Lesson #2: This study also illustrates a problem that is becoming increasingly common in studies of supplementation. It is considered unethical to not provide participants in both groups with what is considered the standard of care for medical practice. In today’s world the standard of care includes multiple drugs with multiple side effect, and some of those drugs may have the same mechanism of action as the supplement. I have discussed this problem in the context of omega-3 fatty acids and heart disease in a previous “Health Tips From the Professor”. In many cases it is no longer possible to ask whether supplement X reduces the risk of a particular disease. It is now only possible to ask whether supplement X provides any additional benefit for patients who are taking multiple drugs, with multiple side effects. That’s not the question that many of my readers are interested in.

The Bottom Line

1)     Headlines have proclaimed for years the “B Vitamins Do Not Reduce Heart Disease Risk”. Dr. Jeffrey Bloomberg of Tufts University has reviewed one of the major studies behind this claim and found the headlines to be misleading.

2)     For example, the study showed that B vitamin supplementation reduced strokes by 25%, which is a pretty significant finding in itself.

3)     When he analyzed the portion of the study looking at heart attacks, he found two major flaws:

#1: 70% of the people in the study were already getting adequate amounts of B vitamins from their diet and would not be expected to benefit from supplementation. For the 30% who weren’t getting adequate amounts of B vitamins from their diet, supplementation reduced their risk of heart attack by 15%.

#2: 90% of the people in the study were taking a drug that masks the beneficial effects of B vitamin supplementation. For the 10% who weren’t taking the drug, supplementation with B vitamins also reduced their risk of heart attack by 15%, but there were too few people in that group for the results to be statistically significant.

Obviously, there were only a handful of people in the study who weren’t getting enough B vitamins from their diet AND weren’t on medication, so we have no idea what the effect of B vitamin supplementation was in that group.

4)     Once again this study makes the point that supplementation makes the biggest difference when people have an increased need. The studies discussed in “Health Tips From the Professor” two weeks ago illustrated increased need because of age, pre-existing disease, and genetic predisposition. This study illustrated increased need because of inadequate diet.

5)     This study also illustrates a problem that is becoming increasingly common in studies of supplementation. It is considered unethical to not provide participants in both groups with what is considered the standard of care for medical practice. In today’s world the standard of care includes multiple drugs, some of which may have the same mechanism of action as the supplement.

In many cases it is no longer possible to ask whether supplement X reduces the risk of a particular disease. It is now only possible to ask whether supplement X provides any additional benefit for patients who are taking multiple drugs, with multiple side effects. That’s not the question that many of my readers are interested in.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Dr. Steve Chaney Health Tips From the Professor stevechaneytips@gmail.com www.healthtipsfromtheprofessor.com

 

About The Author

Dr.Chaney - ShakleeDr. Chaney has a BS in Chemistry from Duke University and a PhD in Biochemistry from UCLA. He is Professor Emeritus from the University of North Carolina where he taught biochemistry and nutrition to medical and dental students for 40 years. Dr. Chaney won numerous teaching awards at UNC, including the Academy of Educators “Excellence in Teaching Lifetime Achievement Award”. Dr Chaney also ran an active cancer research program at UNC and published over 100 scientific articles and reviews in peer-reviewed scientific journals. In addition, he authored two chapters on nutrition in one of the leading biochemistry text books for medical students.

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General Wellness and My Personal Recipe

 
nADYA TATSCH sHAKLEE IND DISTRIBUTOR MURPHY TX

 

Friends, I have been often asked how I stay healthy and my personal usage of Shaklee products.

Today, I am sharing with you what Shaklee products I use on daily basis to keep my daily nutritional intake up to 100%, energy to the top, immune system up and running, and to help reduce stress. Flavors are my personal preference. There are plenty to choose from.

 

This recipe is for general use. If you have individual targeted needs, I recommend additional Shaklee supplements.

Friends, if you take these products on daily basis, you are covered, your health is on top of the game, and you are effective in life.

 Give your body a chance to be powered by the natural power! Go to www.thenaturalpower.com

Please do not hesitate to call me, if you want to order or have questions 972.489.7449.

Allergy Season and My Personal Recipe



Mother's Health

Friends, I have been often asked about how I stay healthy and my personal usage of Shaklee products on daily basis.
This season, friends, makes us all sneezy and pretty miserable. To be effective in life, our health got to be on top on the game. With that said, let me share what I do in my daily regimen.

The products below take care of the issue in case of: prevention, just start feeling it, gotta get rid of it.

Nutriferon Watch video >
Alfalfa
Garlic
Vita C

For prevention I take as little as 2 Nutriferon a day. In a bad allergy season (whether you start feeling it or just too much around going on), add 3 Alfalfa, 1 Garlic, and 1 Vita C. The sicker you are, the more you need.

Friends, if you take this on daily basis, you got a great chance to be covered, your health is on top of the game, and you are effective in life.

Please do not hesitate to call me, if you have questions 972.489.7449.
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Vitalized Immunity – Refreshing Immune Support

Shaklee Vitalized Immunity

Refreshing immune support

Vitalized Immunity is a delicious and refreshing way to help support your immune system. Sweented naturally with Monk Fruit, it’s a more natural alternative than other leading brands! Vitalized Immunity contains as much vitamin-C as 16 oranges, plus our proprietary blend of 19 vitamins, minerals, and herbs. It’s ideal for everyday immune support, or for times when you’re facing stress, pollution, poor nutrition or busy schedules.

  • Helps support your immune system
  • As much vitamin C as 16 oranges!
  • Delicious, effervescent formula
  • Sweetened naturally with Monk Fruit

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#22073 | 15 tablets/15 servings
Suggested Retail Price: $26.10
Member Price: $22.20
Point Value: 16.50

NTSA – Dr. Chaney – Children’s Health, Diabetes, Heart Health (June 14, 2014)

North Texas Shaklee Association presents:

Dr. Steve Chaney, PhD
Shaklee Master Co-ordinator

The topics Dr. Chaney will discuss are as follows:

The Shaklee Difference
Children’s Health
Diabetes
Heart Disease

Meeting date: Saturday, June 14, 2014

Meeting time: 9:00 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.

Location: Hilton Garden Hotel;
1001 W. George Bush Fwy.
(south on feeder road between Independence and Custer).
Hotel is on the west side of George Bush Fwy.

Cost: $25.00 non NTSA members before May 31 – $30.00 after that date

$20.00/NTSA members before May 31 – $25.00 after that date

“Limited seating so please make your reservations early to insure admittance.”

Please make checks payable to NTSA and mail to:

North Texas Shaklee Association
C/O Mary Ann Pahmeier
3207 East University Blvd. Be sure to say Blvd.)
Dallas, TX 75214-2139

We have gotten a special room rate of $89.00 per night for either king or double queen size beds. This includes breakfast; however, this special is only good through May 31. The phone number is (972) 792-9393. Use ” Shaklee” for special rate. When making reservations by email, please use the code NTS.