Invisible

Many years ago now I was overweight by 75 pounds. I struggles for years with my weight. Poor eating habits, lack of exercise, stress and illness were the reason I was overweight.

One day I just decided that enough was enough and began the journey to reduce my weight. When I first started I was struggling with Fibromalgia, Myofacial Pain Syndrome and Chronic Fatigue. For my the first thing I decided to do was to start moving more. I began an exercise program and it was a challenge. I did one of those boxing videos in my living room. At first I did a few minutes of a 20 minute program and then began to increase the time each day until I could do the whole 20 minute.

I share this to let anyone know who is considering a weight reductio program that it really doesn’t matter where you are starting from on your journey just know it is possible.

My reason to want to reduce my weight were many, to feel better in general and have better health but really it was to be visible in the world again. From my experience being overweight one really becomes invisible. Most people don’t see us or they judge us but they don’t see us. They don’t see us as individuals who have a life story. There are a number of reasons why we gain weight and each story is different.

To begin the journey to reduce weight is becoming visible again. First to yourself. Then to the world.

The Wellness Weight Loss Program has been developed by a person who has had the journey.

We are launching soon online and now I invited you to sign up for the launch.

Now is the time to see yourself as visible and healthy in this world Join me on the journey. Wendy

The Wellness Weight Loss Program is Coming! Sign up Today

Today more than ever before we are challenged by so many outside forces when it comes to deciding about our health.

I was reading some info from the 2003 National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Disease the other day. It listed that 50Million Americans are classified as being overweight. 40 Million Americans are considered obese. 3 Million are considered morbidly obese. Since 1990 there has been a 75% increase in Type 2 Diabetes in 30-40 year olds. 80% of Type 2 Diabetes is related to obesity. 70% of cardiovascular disease (heart disease) is related to obesity. 42% of breast cancer occurance are among obese women. 26% of high blood pressure occurances are among overweight people.

And no one seems to agree on what is best for you and me. Each so called expert has their own ideas of what you and I SHOULD do for good health. Some say eat meat, other say no meat. Some say take your supplements, others say not necessary. Some say get out and exercise while others say don’t do too much exercise.

I am getting tired of it all. In my business I have been helping peeople to feel better, reduce their weight and be healthier and in a few days we are starting a new program The Wellness Weight Loss Program. It’s new, it’s fresh and put together with you in mind. In my opinion to have success for the long term it must be simple and something that can be done your way with my guidance and coaching.

With this idea I have put together some information that I am introducing and offering as a complimentary program. There is no
charge for you to sign up, recieve my program and use it for yourself. If you find value then all I ask is share the link with
people that you care for and about so they can have the same opportunity you are having.

I will be offering Wellness products that you will or will not take advantage of. Either way it is fine with me.

So get sign up now and begin getting the Wellness Weight Loss
results you want.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Personal Wellness Revolution Coach
Wendy Bottrell

Why do you need to take a multivitamin?

I hear all the time from people that if you were to eat right you don’t need a multivitamin and this is correct however who do you know that eats right?  In today’s world it is very difficult and those that are doing better than most still are challenge when it comes to getting all the nutrients necessary because of depleted soil, toxins, pollution and stress just to name a few.
Eating quality organic food is very important and must be our first line of wellness, then by adding a supplement ( I like Ultra Vitality and Genesis with X’Tranol 24) we can be confident that we are insuring our health daily.  Dr. Mark VP of Symmetry asks and answers the question,

Why do you need to take a multivitamin?
This is something that’s becoming more important as we go forward in time because what’s happened is that we’ve gotten away from small farms or people doing their own farming and ensuring that they’re putting good fertilizers in the ground. We’re using all kinds of herbicides and pesticides and then we’re processing the foods.  The US Department of Agriculture have looked at soil and found that it’s vastly lacking in nutrients. Much of the wheat that is grown or even the rice that is grown is going to be lacking in things like zinc because it’s simply not in the ground so it can’t go into the plant. And, because we process things, studies have shown that when you process food like rice (from brown to white) you lose about 81 percent of the zinc. Same type of thing, you lose 78 percent of zinc when you go from brown flour to white flour. And so we have very little if anything in the ground and then we process it and we refine away whatever was there. We end up with something that is really quite lacking in nutrition. It’s essential we put those things back in.

The three major causes of disease in the United States, I like to say, is breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We’re eating the wrong foods, too much of the wrong foods, and in some cases we’re skipping the meals that we need in order to be really healthy. So it’s essential if you want to be healthy that you’re taking a simple multivitamin. It’s a health insurance policy. It’s a life insurance policy to make sure that you feel good.

So if you still are not convinced that adding supplementation to your health program daily is not beneficial in 2002 JAMA said for the first time that we need to supplement for our good health.   Here, in part, is what the Harvard medical school researchers said:

“Vitamin deficiency syndromes such as scurvy and beriberi are uncommon in Western societies. However, suboptimal intake of some vitamins, above levels causing classic vitamin deficiency, is a risk factor for chronic diseases and common in the general population, especially the elderly.

Suboptimal folic acid levels, along with suboptimal levels of vitamins B(6) and B(12), are a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, neural tube defects, and colon and breast cancer; low levels of vitamin D contribute to osteopenia and fractures; and low levels of the antioxidant vitamins (vitamins A, E, and C) may increase risk for several chronic diseases.

Most people do not consume an optimal amount of all vitamins by diet alone. It appears prudent for all adults to take vitamin supplements.”

From: the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA,2002, 287:3116-3126)

Notice that it says ALL adults.
Just a Healthy Thought
Holistic Health Coach, Wendy Bottrell