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STRESS: The SILENT KILLER

May 14th, 2014

Stress is the SECRET KILLER.

There are hundreds of diseases listed on death certificates as the “cause of death”, but the reality is, the cause of death is almost always stress induced inflammation running rampant throughout the body.

Stress is a natural response of our bodies to react to internal and external toxins.

Our bodies go into “fight or flight” response and our immune system shifts into battle mode, trying desperately to adapt.

Eventually our immune system becomes overwhelmed and wears out, no longer able to fight.

Silently, inflammation burns us alive from the inside out.

As usual, Mother Nature has the solution to put out the “inflammation fires” once and for all.

Read on!  We believe we’ve found your Inflammation Salvation!

Overcoming the Secret Killer

The medical term for stress induced inflammation is Overactive Inflammatory Response and it literally turns the body into a cauldron of pain – throughout the joints, the hands, the head, heart – everywhere.

It mimics many of the symptoms of Fibromyalgia, but is much worse.

Inflammation is a secret epidemic. It is highly dangerous and the common denominator in just about every serious disease condition today.

Inflammation has been implicated in a variety of diseases, from heart disease to cancer and Alzheimer’s, as well as stiff, aching joints, constant back pain, chronic unexplained headaches, exhaustion, chronic fatigue, brain fog, severe depression, and lack of libido.

In 2004, TIME Magazine uncovered for the world that chronic inflammation may be the engine that drives many of the most feared illnesses of middle and old age. Click here to read the article.

Here’s a snippet from the story about lowering inflammation:

“This concept is so intriguing because it suggests a new and possibly much simpler way of warding off disease. Instead of different treatments for, say, heart disease, Alzheimer’s and colon cancer, there might be a single, inflammation-reducing remedy that would prevent all three.”

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Triple Your Weight Loss in 2013!

January 8th, 2013

You can burn fat 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you are having trouble losing weight, it’s likely due to a clogged liver and unbalanced blood sugars. It’s also very likely stress and out of control cortisol levels are keeping you from being a fat-burning furnace.

We have a cutting edge, weight-loss and fat-burning Trio we believe will actually triple your capacity to achieve your optimum weight and undo all that Holiday over-eating and sugar indulging.

Our Triple Threat Trio helps your body become a fat-burning furnace – revving your metabolism, balancing blood sugars, lowering cortisol levels, cleansing your liver, detoxifying your blood – generating rapid, and most importantly, sustained weight loss.

Too good to be true?

Read on to learn how to burn fat 24/7 – tripling your weight loss capacity!


The Triple Threat Trio!
a photo of the Triple Threat Trio - Raspberry Ketone, Night Time Fat Burner, and Green Coffee PLUS+Our Triple Threat Trio is your ticket to reaching your goal weight once and for all, and losing those unwanted pounds.

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The Trio effectively blocks starch absorption, enhances fat burning and promotes lean muscle development.



The First Step to Losing Weight is to Unclog Your Liver!
Yes, you really can burn fat constantly, but not if your poor, run-down liver is clogged up with junk.

Your liver is home to industrial-strength workers called hepatocytes. Hepatocytes provide effective communication within the liver, cleansing the blood of waste by-products, processing proteins, fats and carbohydrates, synthesizing cholesterol and lipids, and much more.

Diet, stress and medications put up walls inside the liver, preventing the hepatocytes from communicating effectively!

If I was your liver, I’d cry “Uncle” and give up under this enormous work load!

The first place we start with each of our cancer patients is detoxifying the liver, cleansing the blood and boosting immune system response.

Why not do the same thing for weight loss?

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Burn Fat While You Sleep!

December 12th, 2012

Imagine losing weight while you sleep!

Our bodies can burn fat 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If your body isn’t burning fat like a furnace and you’re having trouble losing weight, it’s most likely because your liver isn’t functioning correctly. Without a healthy liver, nothing else you do for weight loss will make a dent.

While the other organs rest at night, repairing and rejuvenating for a new day, your liver is hard at work processing waste from your body, natural waste from cellular energy production, and unnatural waste from artificial additives in our food and chemicals in our water.

You really can burn fat while you sleep, but not if your poor, run-down liver is clogged up with junk. The first step in losing weight is to unclog your liver.

Your liver is home to industrial-strength workers called hepatocytes. Hepatocytes provide effective communication within the liver, cleansing the blood of waste by-products, processing proteins, fats and carbohydrates, synthesizing cholesterol and lipids, and much more.

Diet, stress and medications put up walls inside the liver, preventing the hepatocytes from communicating effectively!

If I was your liver, I’d cry “Uncle” and give up under this enormous work load!

With each of our cancer patients, the very first place we start is with detoxifying the liver to start cleansing the blood and boosting immune system response. Why not do the same thing for weight loss?

When we sat down to create our Night Time Fat Burner formula, the first ingredient we wanted to include was Milk thistle.

For centuries, Milk thistle has been revered as a “liver tonic”, and research studies now show this herb to be highly effective in repairing damage to the liver from toxic chemicals and medications.

Balancing blood sugar is the next step toward weight loss.

If your blood sugar is out of control, you have constant cravings for carbohydrates and sugar! Craving sweets means your messenger hormones are confused – what your body actually needs are proteins or fats, but instead we think it is for sweets.
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Activating your Metabolic Sparkplug

September 24th, 2011

Last night we hosted a teleconference with Greg Ashby, Certified Holistic Health Counselor on our team, as he revealed his theory of how invisible stress prevents weight loss, creates nagging pain and leaves us tired and exhausted all the time.

Most importantly Greg shared his insights into how to reverse all of these conditions by “turning on” your Metabolic Sparkplug. Today’s article is written by Greg and a summary of what we discussed on the call.

If you missed the teleconference, pour yourself a cup of hot Tulsi tea, (you’ll learn more about this “Queen of Herbs” on the call) and find a comfy chair.

Click Here to access the recording
Enter Conference Code: 469930


Greg Ashby, Certified Holistic Health Counselor

There’s an old natural healing adage:

“Are you a body with a mind – or a mind with a body?”

There is a dramatic and powerful direct connection between our mind and body, and of our body to our mind, in fact it really should not be called a connection because it is just one total “bi-directional system.”

Hans Selye, MD, the man who coined the word “stress” and first mapped out its biological effects said, “The modern physician should know as much about emotions and thoughts as about disease symptoms and drugs.”

Dr Bach, who created the famous Bach Flower Remedies also said that all disease had an emotional foundation and until this was resolved, no true healing could occur. This approach would appear to hold more promise of a “cure” than anything medicine has given us to date.



Flick the switch and turn on your Metabolic Sparkplug
Tomorrow when you get up, turn on your Metabolic Sparkplug within you and reignite your natural fat burning capability.

During the early years of human evolution, in order to survive, humans developed a “fight or flight” response that boosted adrenaline and blood sugar absorption to rapidly deliver energy, while at the same time shutting down non-essential functions like digestion and immune response.

Scientists have named this response-substance Cortisol and while we no longer fear for our lives from lions and tigers, stress from our always-on-the-go lifestyle generates the same Cortisol-raising response.

See if you recognize any of these conditions that can occur from chronically-elevated Cortisol:

  • Memory impairment caused by Hippocampal atrophy
  • Insulin resistance, leading to full-blown Diabetes
  • Atherosclerosis (blocked arteries supplying the heart)
  • Osteoporosis and porous bones
  • Sarcopenia (degenerative loss of muscle mass and strength)
  • Mood changes
  • Sleep changes
  • Hyper-excitation
  • Peptic Ulcer Disease
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Inflammed Bowel Disease (IBD) and Chron’s Disease (inflammation of the intestines)
  • Digestive problems and acid reflux
  • Neuromuscular complaints, cramping and Restless Leg Syndrome
  • Suppressed Immune System (always the first to catch a cold or flu)
  • Viral infections
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Sluggish metabolism

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Forget Cholesterol – Think Heart “Inflammation”

July 13th, 2010

If you listen to all the Lipitor drug ads, fighting cholesterol is all it takes to fight heart disease. “NOT SO” say the most learned minds on the subject.

According to all of the latest research, the real danger it turns out is inflammation in the form of two frightening compounds found in the blood of heart attack victims:

  • Homocysteine
  • C-Reactive Protein

And you don’t get these compounds from certain foods – your body makes them in response to other substances.

Why don’t doctors know about all this? If they do, why aren’t they telling us?

And you don’t need a drug to control Homocysteine and C-Reactive Protein.

Checking your Cholesterol is so Last Century!

For much of the 20th century, doctors and patients tracked the ups and downs of cholesterol levels to determine the risk of having a heart attack. But the evidence supporting the link between high cholesterol and heart disease has been, from the start, pretty flimsy. Certainly, people with extremely high cholesterol levels or familial hypercholesterolemia do have a higher risk of heart disease. But elevated cholesterol levels appear to be more of a symptom than a cause – a sign that something, somewhere is awry.


In the late 1990s, researchers at the Harvard Medical School were on the trail of a new, and more likely, factor in coronary artery disease (CAD). Paul Ridker, MD, and his colleagues suspected that “inflammation” was a key player in heart disease. They developed a test for “high sensitivity C-reactive protein” (CRP) that was able to detect chronic low-grade inflammation, something missed by all other medical tests.

Lipitor-Statin Drug Madness

In the 1990s, to hoodwink the public at large, drug companies introduced cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, such as Lipitor, practically cementing the largely unsubstantiated link between cholesterol and heart disease. That began a high-pressure sell to get both consumers and physicians interested in using statins to lower cholesterol levels, and Lipitor alone now accounts for $13 billion in yearly sales.

But nearly everyone seems to ignore a key fact: half of people with heart disease have normal cholesterol levels. So there must be other big risk factors, but what are they? C-Reactive Protein and its kissing cousin, Homocysteine.

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