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Love Your Body, Love Your Life" - Your Health Success ezine
March 01, 2022
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Reporting In

Last month I talked about using Herbal-Life products for weight loss rather than just for wellness.
After putting that out there I need to report on it.

At this stage, weightloss is around 5kg.
That is a low number in comparison to what you can do if you focus on rapid weight loss. I have helped a lot of people with Herbal-Life products who have lost 5 to 10 kg in their first month.

In my case I am older now and happy to build things into a process and let time work for me, rather than against me.
I am only replacing one meal a day and have reduced sugar intake.

This process is now giving a sustained weight loss of around half a kilo a week. That means 16 weeks to lose the 8kg I was focused on, so the end of April.

Point is that this is really easy and is becoming part of my lifestyle and I am not having to put in any effort or to concentrate on it at all.
Just leave it in the background.

Over the years I have found that this is the key to changing weight and sustaining the weight loss long term, even after you have reached your goal.

If you are looking for a way to change shape, energy levels, and the way you feel and look, then send me a note and I would be happy to discuss with you options of how to do that within your own lifestyle

Covid and Long Covid

This Covid thing seems to just keep going on.

I have been looking at the effects of having covid and how different people experience different things.
That is both from getting Covid in the first place and also what happens after we are supposedly clear of it.

There does not seem to be much we can do about catching Covid except to take precautions where we can and to get vaccinated.

The long term effects of Covid, if it does not just pass on like a cold, is a different matter.

If we do not pay attention to that then I'm very concerned about the long term health effects for people.

With the health and nutrition products available to us I believe there are things we can do for these long term effects and I wanted to take a minute here before our normal newsletter to discuss that for the people who may be dealing with those long-term issues.

First a quick look at Covid:
My neighbour across the road had a brother who was anti-Vax. 51 year old. All his family had the vaccines but he would not. He caught Covid and 10 days later he died from it!>

On the other hand, one of my daughters was a close contact and had a test but, while she waited for the result, decided to come home here to isolate.
She turned out to be positive.
After she had spent the required time in 'isolation' and went hope I did a rapid test and, surprise, I tested positive.

My only symptom was that rapid test itself. There were no other effects at all.

I know a number of tradesmen who have had covid and the effects of it have kept on for weeks and do not seem to be clearing up.

What happens seems to be different for different people and no-one seems to be able to predict how it will affect any individual till they experience it for themselves.

Some people just shrug it off and for others, it seems to hang around, the cold effects may stay, maybe muscle stiffness, weariness, lightheadedness, lack of ability to concentrate.

While I was aware of the chatter about these things I did not really investigate till a nephew was suffering from long term effects from Covid.

How Does Long Covid Compare To Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

The young man I am talking about is a very fit and focused athlete.

Coming out of Melbourne he is currently playing college basketball in the USA on a full scholarship at university in California.

He caught Covid at Christmas 2020, and officially recovered.

He then caught it again at Christmas 2021.

The problem has been that there have been lingering effects: weariness, reduced stamina and endurance, generally being run down.

in January I discussed this with him and his doctors had come to the conclusion that he may have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

This is something that I am very familiar with and have had a lot of experience with nutritional support for the condition over the years.

When he described what he had been dealing with in his own situation it sounded very familiar.

I sent him the link for an article that I had written on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome many years ago and suggested he read that snd see if it resonated with what he has been suffering.

He said there were similarities and asked if he could use Herbal-Life products to see if it would aid his condition.

I had some products couriered to his door and he has been using them for a little while now.

I personally do not have medical qualifications and am not making any medical claims but over the last month he has started moving in the right direction.
He has had more stamina, has not had to ask his coaches to rest him during the basketball games, is generally feeling better and more positive about life.

I am not saying that using Herbal-Life products is any form or cure, just that I have worked with very many people, over many years, who showed all the symptoms of CFS and who have apparently recovered from it.

If you think this is something that is worth reviewing for yourself, your friends, or your family, then the first step is to investigate.

We have that article on CFS on our site. Here is the link: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

If you think there may be something here that might help you please send me a note and I will be happy to discuss things with you.

Optimum Health Tip:

Fend Off Middle Aged Weight Gain on the Go

Part of what ages us is our habits during the day when we're immersed in such a busy lifestyle that we make bad choices. People say they don't have time to eat right or exercise, but that's no excuse.

First, you can eat right - by preparing healthful foods that deliver the right nutrients your body needs for fueling you through the day and helping your cells work.

If you have to eat fast food, consider choosing a healthy option. At Starbucks, instead of a calorie-laden coffee, get one of their protein boxed meals that has a boiled egg, some cheese, a little bread and peanut butter, and some fruit.

At McDonalds, you can order the Premium Southwest Salad. Even 7-11 has a healthy option for you. Grab a protein and a carb and you're good to go. Prevention magazine recommends a bag of almonds and some coconut water to boost your energy.

You also want to start exercising even when there's no time. You can do it as you drive in the car. You can do ab exercises while driving, pulling in your ab muscles and exhaling to release them.

You can also do leg raises or calf stretches while you're being still, reading, etc. Look up ways to exercise at your desk and keep off the middle-aged muffin top that some people end up with.

Motivating Quotes:

“If you don't design your own life plan, chances are you'll fall into someone else's plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much!”
- Jim Rohn

Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint.
- Mark Twain

Youth is the gift of nature, but age is a work of art.
- Stanislaw Lec

REPORT: "Love Your Body, Love Your Life"

How do you feel when you first wake up in the morning? Are you eager to get your day going because you’re full of energy or do you grumble and hide your head under the pillow because you could use another 12 hours of hibernation?

Evaluating how you feel first thing in the morning is a good indicator of your overall health.

Generally speaking, if you’re maintaining a healthy weight and eating a good share of fruits and vegetables daily, you should be starting the day with a bang and not feeling sluggish.

On the other hand, if you live a sedentary life at your desk and rely on the closest fast food joint for your lunchtime meals, then you will very likely be the one who wants to go back to sleep, who needs 5 cups of coffee to conquer the commute to the office, or who grumbles about every little thing that might go wrong.

How you start your day has a direct impact on whether you see things positively or negatively and it can also impact the moods of your family members and coworkers.

** Quick Tip: Start your day with a smile. Your smile will be infectious and you’ll improve someone else’s mood as well as your own.

Why Should You Lose Weight

We’ve all heard the same news stories for years telling us to lose weight, eat healthy, and exercise more. But there are just as many people who believe you should just accept your body as it is and so long as you’re a good person and living a productive life, then that’s all that matters.

Well, it’s true that you shouldn’t judge people strictly based on looks. And it’s also true that losing weight for shallow or vain purposes alone will only be a temporary fix until the wedding, class reunion, or vacation passes then it’s back to your old, unhealthy habits.

The real reason to lose weight is because you love your body so much that you have a deep desire to be physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually healthy.

You already know about the life-threatening illnesses and problems you face due to excess weight. You already know your risks increase significantly as your weight increases.

This shouldn’t scare you because it’s nothing you haven’t heard already – and if you were really concerned about the risks, you probably would have taken action already!

Here are just a few risks relating to carrying extra pounds: • Heart Disease – high blood pressure and cholesterol • Type II Diabetes – high blood sugar levels • Sleep Apnea – snoring and breathing issues • Depression – severe sadness • Osteoarthritis – stiffness in weight-bearing joints

Studies have proven that lifestyle changes ultimately decrease the risk of each of weight-related illness. Whether you could stand to lose 10 pounds or 100 pounds, it’s time to love your body and love your life!

Benefits of Losing Weight

In addition to preventing the onset of these diseases, there are many benefits to losing weight! Here are just a few:

• Increased self-esteem – you’ll feel more confident and ready to tackle life
• Increased happiness - the endorphins in your brain start to kick in when you make healthy choices and, in turn, improve your general mood
• Improved relationships – you’ll have deeper relationships with the people in your life
• Decreased use of medications – countless numbers of overweight patients now need fewer medications after making simple lifestyle changes to lose even a small amount of weight.

** Quick Tip: Not sure how to start exercising? March in place during the commercial breaks of your favorite television shows. Sounds silly, but it works.

Reasons for Obesity

Many people concoct excuses to explain why they’re overweight or obese. They range from bad family genes to thyroid problems but rarely do they include the simple fact that people don’t take care of themselves. It boils down to this simple question:

Do I love myself enough to take care of my body?

If you do, then you can choose to deal with your problems with words, not spoons of ice cream. You can choose to make time for exercise instead of television. You can choose to take ownership of the weight, instead of externalizing the problem.

Part of human nature is looking for a scapegoat or someone else to blame. Taking care of our health is a huge undertaking and if we fail, it’s difficult to admit our mistakes.

However, blaming a scapegoat for your own unhealthy lifestyle is becoming a victim in your own life story. When you blame outside sources for your problems it shows the world that you’re not taking responsibility for your life; you’re letting others dictate how you should look and feel.

** Quick Tip: When grappling over a difficult decision, always ask yourself, “Do I love myself enough to take care of my body?”

Escaping the Blame Game

Rather than wasting time finding someone to blame for being overweight, close your eyes and give praise for having a body that works.

Maybe it works a little slower than you’d like, but start being grateful that you’re able to breathe and move. Take joy in a sunrise. Take joy in the smell of a luscious garden.

Take joy in a stroll through the park. Take joy in the fact that you are making the conscious decision to love yourself and your body!

You need to break free of the negative thoughts that invade your head when it comes to loving and respecting your body.

If you’re so quick to notice the “perfect” parts of other people’s bodies, then you should give praise to your strengths as well. Instead of thinking, “I’d love to have her tight abs,” find something that you like about your own body.

Maybe you’ve got the curly hair that your friends envy or the shiny white teeth of a movie star. Learning to appreciate what you have may be a slow process, but it’s the first step in recapturing control of your life.

** Quick Tip: Instead of flipping through magazines dreaming about who you wish you looked like, look at yourself in the mirror and say to yourself: “I love all of me, as I am. I deserve to be happy and healthy!”

Losing Weight is a Spiritual Experience

Do you ever consider why you were given the body you have? Whether or not you believe in God, tackling a large weight loss can seem overwhelming, even to the strongest and most positive person.

Incorporating prayer or meditation into your daily routine will calm your inner being, which will then help you believe in yourself.

If you don’t believe in a higher being, you can still meditate and put forth positive thoughts and energy into the universe. This is the basis of the Law of Attraction, which holds that the more positive energy you give out, the more positive energy you’ll attract into your life.

Visualizing what you want to achieve is an example of putting forth positive energy. Thanking God for all that is good in your life is acknowledging the positive and good in your life.

If you firmly believe that you will lose weight and become a healthier person, then you’re more likely to take the necessary steps to make it a reality.

** Quick Tip: Remember that your body is a gift. Honor your body and say to yourself, “My body is to be kept beautiful and healthy.”

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REPORT: "Love Your Body, Love Your Life" continued:

Create An Individualized Health Plan

Most adults want to lose weight, but everyone’s goals are unique. No matter how little or how much weight you have to lose, creating a plan that will fit into your unique lifestyle is important.

• Determine your ideal weight (with the help of a doctor or nutritionist, if necessary)
• Write specific ways of how you can get yourself moving everyday
• Implement the dietary changes you need to make by removing temptation
• Communicate with your family and friends about how they can best support you

As you develop your health plan, write everything down in a notebook or an online journal. The practice of taking pen to paper makes the plan more real, as though it’s a contract you’ve made with yourself to become healthier.

On especially hectic days, having a written plan to look at quickly will also keep you from making poor food choices.

Keep in mind that your plan may change. Nothing is written in stone and as your lifestyle changes, so will your health plan. As you discover new exercise regimens or new foods, add those to your plan.

You can also include your favorite healthy recipes and any quotes that you find especially encouraging or inspiring in your notebook.

Also, decide on a way to hold yourself accountable for your choices. Group weight loss meetings have this accountability built-in by creating a supportive, friendly environment.

Perhaps you can find a trusted friend who will promise to check in with you each week to keep track of your progress. Or better yet, get this friend to exercise with you during the week so you can stay motivated and discuss any potential problems coming up.

** Quick Tip: Fight negative, self-defeating thoughts by exercising. Don’t think about it, just walk around the block or up and down your stairs until you regain your composure.

Make Small Measurable Goals

Of course, you need to choose a weight goal. It may be a certain number of pounds to lose each week, or perhaps it’s a specific number on the scale, but whatever it is, make sure your goal is specific, measurable, and attainable.

Once you have your overall goal written down in your health plan, immediately set smaller, more manageable goals you want to achieve on your journey to good health.

You didn’t put on this weight overnight so don’t expect it to just melt off instantly.

Your smaller, manageable goals don’t even have to be related to losing a certain amount of weight each week. For example:

1. Set a goal to drink 8 glasses of water every day
2. Try a new, healthy recipe twice a week
3. Try buying five new vegetables at the grocery store to taste test
4. Set a goal of taking a 30-minute brisk walk four times this week

Before you know it, you’ll start to see progress and you’ll quickly form new healthy habits that will help you make life-long changes to your lifestyle.

Even though healthy weight loss may be a long process, we all need to see positive progress along the way. You can’t realistically expect to lose 5 pounds a week, every week, but you can take note of your progress in your journal.

Keep track of your ups and downs for the week, as well as the positive outcomes that have arose from your new lifestyle.

If you started exercising last week, what difference do you notice in your body this week? Do you have more energy? Did someone compliment you on your progress? Have you been more productive at work? Whatever it is, document your progress! Charting this progress will keep you motivated, especially since it takes time to see the bigger changes in your body.

** Quick Tip: Brag about yourself! Be proud of your successes, no matter how small, and share them with your family and friends.

Surviving Setbacks

Even after you develop a well-crafted health plan, you’re bound to experience some setbacks along the road. It’s inevitable that you’ll be faced with holiday entertaining, family stress, or changes at work.

This is when you need to take a breath, close your eyes, and remember that you are doing what you do because you love and respect your body.

First and foremost, think of how your body has already benefited from choosing to live a healthy lifestyle. Maybe you’ve already shed a few pounds, maybe you’re less stiff in the mornings, maybe it’s easier to walk up your stairs without getting winded.

These are all remarkable benefits and signs that your body is honored and respected!

Take an inventory of all the things you like about your body now. Perhaps you only noticed one positive aspect of your body at first, but as you go, you’ll begin to see more and more things you like about yourself. This is improvement!

As you see progress, you’ll start loving and appreciating your body more, and self-sabotage won’t even be an option because you’ll never want to go down that dark path again.

“Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall.” ~ Confucius

When faced with stress, remember to pray or meditate to achieve a sense of calm. Visualize yourself living a healthy lifestyle. Visualize yourself making healthy choices. Taking these few moments in prayer to center yourself, even if the world around you is in chaos.

Remember that you are in control of your body and how you nourish it. Show yourself the kind of love and respect you deserve.

Final Tip: Stop playing the victim! Only you can make your life better!

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Warren’s Notes :


Last month I mentioned my daughter's wedding in December.

That was great but was a high risk of Covid and one of my sons, who had twice postponed his own wedding due to Covid and Covid concerns, postponed from having his own wedding in January.

They have set a new date for March, but requested anyone coming to effectively isolate for 2 weeks before coming.

That really means not socializing, or attending potential spreader events, for these could of weeks before the event.

For his wedding, it does not seem to be a big ask to do that for them so I'm not going out of town for family or business events and not going to the Gym or any other activity for these couple of weeks (doing exercises in the yard in the mornings).

The wedding is in Sydney and I'll be doing a road trip up there.
A straight drive there is around 1,000 km.
I'm taking a more scenic route with a bit of Aussie outback and will break it into a couple of days, staying in old country pubs.

It's been a long time since doing any travel due to Covid and I am looking forward to the trip.

Hopefully, we will all get back to some sort of normality soon.

Keep well.


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Have a Laff!

Some people have a gift for using language to lighten our loads and brighten our days.

Mark Twain had it; George Burns had it. Over the years, I’ve collected thousands of quotes and here are a few that I count on to make me smile.

“Don’t be humble. You’re not that great.”
--- Golda Meir

“Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example.”
--- Mark Twain

“I envy people who drink. At least they know what to blame everything on.”
--- Oscar Levant

“The secret to staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age.”
--- Lucille Ball

“Old age is like everything else, to make a success of it you've got to start young.”
--- Fred Astaire

“You know your children are growing up when they stop asking where they came from and refuse to tell you where they’re going.”
--- P. O’Brien

“You know who must be very secure in their masculinity? Male ladybugs.”
--- Jay Leno

“I want to know why, if men rule the world,they don’t stop wearing neckties.”
--- Linda Ellerbee

“I’d like to live like a poor man, only with lots of money.”
--- Pablo Picasso

“I hate housework! You make the beds, you do the dishes – and six months later you have to start all over again.”
--- Joan Rivers

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