Archive | February 2014

HERBALIFE SPORTS: Herbalife24 fuels athletes during Combine Prep training | Herbalife Sports

Prepare your muscles, Prolong your endurance and Rebuild after training with Herbalife24! We recently partnered with Proactive Sports Performance who ran their Combine Prep program for 18 collegiate professional football hopefuls entering the 2014 draft.

Nutrition played a major role in keeping these athletes going through this rigorous conditioning process that helped build their strength and speed. We were there to provide nutrition through the whole process and educated the players on how to replenish before, during and after training.

We wish these professional football players luck in their futures!

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SASA’S WORDS OF THE DAY: UNDERSTANDING is deeper than KNOWLEDGE…

SASA'S WORDS OF THE DAY: UNDERSTANDING is deeper than KNOWLEDGE...

The key to finding genuine people who will understand you, often requires nothing more than taking time to get to know yourself first.

Here are 2 things you can do immediately to put these ideas into action:

1. First, clarify your core beliefs and your unifying principles. Write them down and compare your life today with the values that are really important to you. How are you doing?

2. Second, organize your values in order of their importance to you. Which of your values is most important? Which is second? And so on. Do your current choices reflect this order of values?

These are extremely important questions that are only asked by about three percent of the population, and that small minority tends to be the movers and shakers in every society.

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To YOUR success,

Brian Tracy

How to Be Happy: 5 Steps to Living a Life You Love

How to Be Happy: 5 Steps to Living a Life You Love

How to Be Happy: 5 Steps to Living a Life You Love

So you want to learn how to be happy, but have no idea where to start. The good thing is, you can learn how to be happy and be more fulfilled in everything you do. You must first keep in mind that happiness in life is like a smorgasbord.

If 100 people went to a smorgasbord and each put food on their plate in the quantity and mix that each felt would be most pleasing to him, every plate would be different. Even a husband and wife would go up to the smorgasbord and come back with plates that looked completely different.

Happiness is the same way. Each person requires a particular combination of those ingredients to feel the very best about himself or herself. Here are five ways to achieve your own happiness because you deserve it!

1. Listen to Your Heart

The ingredients in your happiness plate are changing continually. If you went to the same smorgasbord every day for a year, you probably would come back with a different plateful of food each time. Each day-sometimes each hour-only you can tell what it takes to make you happy. But to condition yourself to learn how to be happy, you must get in touch with your feelings and listen to your heart. This is the only way to judge whether a job, a relationship, an investment, or any decision, is right for you.

2. Be True to Yourself

You’re true to yourself only when you follow your inner light, when you listen to what Ralph Waldo Emerson called the “still, small voice within.” You’re being the very best person you can be only when you have the courage and the fortitude to allow your definition of happiness, whatever it may be, to be the guiding light of every part of your life.

3. You Deserve It

A very important point on the subject of happiness is whether or not you feel that you “deserve” to be happy. If you don’t feel like you deserve it, you must learn how to be happy by accepting the notion that you deserve it all.

You deserve all the happiness you can honestly attain through the application of your talents and abilities. The more you like and respect yourself, the more deserving you will feel of the good things in life. And the more deserving you feel, the more likely you will attain and hold on to the happiness you are working toward.

4. Do Things That Make You Happy

It sounds simple, but not everyone takes the time to evaluate what makes them happy. You should do things that make you happy and consider happiness the organizing principle of your life. Compare every possible action and decision you make against your standard of happiness to see whether that action would make you happier or unhappier. Soon, you will discover that almost all of the problems in your life come from choices that you have made – or are currently making – that do not contribute to your happiness.

5. Pay the Price

Of course, there are countless times when you will have to do little things that don’t make you happy along the way toward those larger things that make you very happy indeed. We call this paying the price of success in advance. You must pay your dues. Sometimes these interim steps don’t make you happy directly, but the happiness you achieve from attaining your goal will be so great that it totally overwhelms the temporary inconveniences and dissatisfactions you have to endure in order to get there.

Remember, achieving your own happiness is the best measure of how well you are living your life and enjoying your relationships. So in order to learn how to be happy, be willing to work hard and pay the price for the satisfaction and rewards you desire.

Always go the extra mile and your success will be assured. When you decide to make your own happiness the chief organizing principle of your life and judge everything against that standard, you will be living the life of joy and happiness that you achieved through your own efforts.

I hope you enjoyed this post on how to be happy and live a joyful life because you deserve it! Please share this with your friends and family!

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12 Smart Tips for Getting Your Kids Heart Healthy

12 Smart Tips for Getting Your Kids Heart Healthy

 26 Feb 2014   Posted by Louis Ignarro, PhD

Heart health is important for kids; focus on heart health as a family.

Moms and dads have dozens of concerns each day, ranging from a child’s performance in school to emotional development and happiness. Perhaps one of the biggest questions is: Am I doing enough to keep my child heart healthy?

At the base of your child’s success and well-being is a healthy body. And one of the most important focuses of health—especially in children—is the heart. Here are twelve tips for helping your kids lead a heart healthy life:

#1 Change things up

Children enjoy exploring different environments, so take your child to a local playground or indoor activity center and let him play. Being in a new, fun space encourages imagination and creativity, while giving him the opportunity to move his body and maybe even make new friends.

#2 Join in

Perhaps the greatest gift you can give your child is your time, energy and attention. Instead of watching them play, join in. Not only will you be encouraging your kids to get and stay active, but you’ll be building your relationship, too.

#3 Sneak in healthy foods

If you have a picky eater, find ways to sneak healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy into their meals and snacks. Top whole-grain pasta with tomato sauce loaded with vegetables, make a delicious whole-fruit smoothie, or melt some low-fat cheese over assorted vegetables as a side with dinner. Replace white bread with whole-grain bread, butter with olive oil or coconut oil, and cookies with sweet fruits like mango or pear.

#4 Make it a competition

Most kids love competing—after all, isn’t that what video games are based on? Some families compete by having each family member wear a pedometer, and then they tally up their weekly steps to see who “won” that week. You can even have prizes for winning, such as a special (healthy) lunch out with Mom or a pass on washing the dinner dishes for a night.

#5 Sleep more

Sleep is important for memory, concentration and general wellness, and it’s also necessary for keeping the heart healthy. Try to stick to a schedule, even on the weekends, to help encourage healthy sleep.

Suggested sleep time:

Toddlers (ages 1 to 3) should get 12 to 14 hours of sleep daily;

preschoolers (ages 3 to 5) should get 11 to 13 hours;

school-age children (ages 5 to 10) should get 10 to 11 hours;

teens (ages 10 to 17) should get 8.5 to 9.25 hours.

#6 Supplement a healthy diet

Many kids would benefit from a good multivitamin and a vitamin D supplement; your child might have additional nutritional needs that aren’t being met through her diet. A health care provider should be able to help determine if your child is getting all of the nutrients he or she needs. If your child isn’t, a nutritional supplement may be a good option to support heart and total health.

#7 Turn it off

I rarely watch television, and there’s a reason: It takes up too much precious time. Each minute your kids sit in front of the television is a minute they’re not being physically active. Limit screen time to encourage your kids to get moving.

#8 Use the screen wisely

I’ll amend the previous point by saying it’s nearly impossible to completely cut out screens. But, if you own a video gaming system, you can opt for games that encourage movement. Join in the fun as your child dances, skis, bowls or plays another activity-based video game.

#9 Walk or pedal

Walk or ride rather than taking the car. Pick activities nearby so you can commute by foot; if that’s not an option, choose family outings that involve movement. A nice greenbelt stroll is free and fun; if it’s cold in your area, bundle up and enjoy nearly empty trails or walking paths!

#10 Keep it calm

Like adults, kids react to their environments; and like adults, kids can get stressed out. Low stress levels are important for maintaining heart health, so make sure your child isn’t overloaded. Try not to overbook your kid’s schedule; while organized activities are important, it’s also good for your child to have down time. Read a book together, go on a leisurely walk, or play outside with the family dog. Have fun, relax and let your kids do the same.

#11 Cook together

Kids love to help out. Involve your child in cooking a healthy meal, and explain what each ingredient is and why it’s going into the dinner. Let him help mix, measure and prepare a healthy family meal—chances are, he’ll be more likely to eat it.

#12 Inspire by example

Whether you know it or not, your child is watching your every move, learning how to interact with the world and developing habits that could extend for a lifetime. When you lead a healthy lifestyle, you are subtly encouraging your child to do the same. As you make good choices, discuss why you’re making the decisions you’re making. They’re listening—really!

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A healthy childhood is about more than just eating vegetables and running around outside; by helping your son or daughter develop healthy habits, you are giving the gift of lifelong vitality. Start encouraging heart health young by working in healthy lifestyle choices—good nutrition, regular physical activity, plenty of sleep and low stress levels—and do the same in your own life. Healthy, happy parents tend to have healthy, happy kids.

For more heart health advice and to join Louis Ignarro, PhD in the Heart Health Initiative, visit HeartHealthInitiative.com.

Written by Louis Ignarro, Ph.D.  Dr. Ignarro is a member of both the Editorial and Nutrition Advisory Boards of the Herbalife Nutrition Institute and receives compensation for his endorsement of Herbalife® products. 

[1] http://www.sleepfoundation.org/article/how-sleep-works/how-much-sleep-do-we-really-need

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SASA’S HEALTHY LIVING INFO: ‘Fat? Not my child.’ Parents don’t see kids as heavy

Parents may be in denial when it comes to their kids’ weight.

About half of parents with overweight or obese children don’t think their kids are too heavy, a new study shows.

This is true in the U.S. and around the world, the researchers found.

“Parents who underestimate their kids’ weight may not take action to encourage healthy behaviors that would improve their child’s weight and reduce their risk of future health conditions,” says lead author Alyssa Lundahl, a graduate student in the clinical psychology program at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

These findings come after a study out last week showed that kids who are overweight in kindergarten are four times more likely to be obese by eighth grade compared with their normal-weight peers.

About a third of the nation’s young people are overweight or obese, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Extra pounds put kids at a higher risk for type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, liver disease, sleep apnea, musculoskeletal problems and other health problems.

STORY: Why kids shouldn’t be overweight in kindergarten

Lundahl and colleagues reviewed 69 studies involving almost 16,000 children, ages 2 to 18. Among findings in the March issue of Pediatrics, online today:

• 51% of parents with overweight or obese children thought their kids were a normal weight.

• About 14% of parents with normal-weight kids considered their child underweight.

• Parents of kids ages 2 to 5 were more likely to underestimate the weight of heavy children than parents of heavy kids in elementary school or older. “As kids get older, parents realize it’s not just baby fat any more, and the kids are not going to grow out of it,” Lundahl says.

• Parents were less accurate in judging the size of their sons, thinking that normal weight boys were actually underweight. “There is a belief that boys are supposed to be big, strong and muscular, so normal-weight sons are sometimes perceived as too small,” she says.

Children are classified as overweight or obese based on where they fall on body mass index (BMI) growth charts: Those at the 85th to 95th percentile are considered overweight; those at or above the 95th percentile are considered obese.

Exercise physiologist Melinda Sothern, co-author of Trim Kids and a professor at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, offers these suggestions for parents who want to improve the eating and exercise habits of their children:

• When kids are thirsty, give them water, not high-sugar beverages such as sodas. Serve fat-free or low-fat milk at meals.

• For treat foods, provide healthy fruits and snacks such as grapes, raisins and string cheese. When your child selects an unhealthy snack, redirect and give choices: Do you want strawberries, carrots or melon for your snack?

• Consume food and drinks only at the kitchen or dining room table or other designated areas.

• Have children eat a healthy breakfast.

• Reduce eating fast food to less than once a week.

• At the grocery store, have children select one fruit and vegetable to try each week and skip the candy, cookie and soda aisles.

• Provide opportunities for young children to safely climb, run and jump to encourage the development of muscular strength and endurance.

• Let your children try a variety of activities such as sports, dance, martial arts or swimming in a safe and encouraging program.

• Limit screen time to less than two hours a day.

found at: USA TODAY, Nancy Hellmich, 12:50 p.m. EST February 3, 2014

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