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Thursday, February 23, 2012

One Mother’s Tragedy Is Another Mother’s Lesson

The other day I was complaining about always having to clean up after my young son and all the messes a young child makes.

I have been over stressed lately and loaded down with extra work and I was feeling the strain. I was just plain worn out.

I complained to God about it and asked for His help in dealing with it all. God has a unique way of putting things back into perspective.

Yesterday I had to call a customer back who was having a bit of trouble with re-ordering. When I called, she was in the middle of helping to put together a photo memory board for a funeral – a funeral for a young boy she knew who had recently passed away from cancer.

Right then and there I felt the sting of the guilt over feeling overwhelmed and stressed from being a mom of a young boy and all the complaining I had done. 

After I hung up, I cried. I cried for my son, for that mother and I cried for myself.

My heart broke for a mother I didn’t know. A woman who must be heartbroken beyond belief. A woman who is going through the nightmare I fear the most. A mother whose son may not be suffering anymore, but who would do anything, and give anything to have him back.

I felt the guilt on so many levels. 

Guilt for having my healthy son while she had to watch her son die slowly from an evil disease. 

Guilt over complaining about the many things my son does while she would give anything to have those troubles back. 

Guilt over feeling grateful that I’m not going through that right now – my biggest fear which is losing my son. 

And oddly enough, I felt guilty over needing this woman’s tragedy to teach me a lesson on how to be grateful for even the stressors and hardships that children can bring into our lives.

So tonight, as I listen to my son talk about his day, his wants and his toys, I try and soak up every ounce of him. I gaze into his bright, big eyes as if I were in a trance. I try and memorize every feature, every curve of his face even though I know it is constantly changing as he grows. I sit there in peaceful bliss.

As my son rattles off his prayers, I say a silent prayer to God asking for his forgiveness at my complaining about this precious, precious gift he has given me. I should never complain, ever.

I am then sharply reminded that at the same time I feel my son’s little arms wrapped around my neck, a grief stricken mother somewhere wearily leans on her son’s casket for support. 

At the same time I sing a lullaby to my son, a broken hearted mother greets people with a forced smile, thanking them for coming. 

While I tuck my son safely into bed and kiss him goodnight, another mother kisser her son for the last time.

The tears in my eyes are a mixed set. One of pure joy and gratefulness for my blessings and one of sorrow for another mother. As mothers ourselves, we are all connected to her and feel her pain.

As I remember this lesson I notice I speak a little softer, a little sweeter and my patience is a little longer. I think that may be God’s point.

God reminded me of something I already knew, but in the short term had forgotten – that children are so worth the effort and even when we think we can’t take one more minute of it, just the mere thought of them being taken away from us is enough to jerk us back into the state of extreme gratefulness.

May God always bless us with that jerk back into reality with just the thought of losing them and never with the reality of it.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

11 Children Removed from Home in Texas – How Well Do You Know Your Neighbors?

There is a news report from Dayton, Texas where CPS came in and removed 11 children, some tied to beds, from their home. The ages ranged from 5 months to 11 years. They were not attending school, were never outside playing and were obviously living in an overcrowded and unhealthy environment.

There were 10 adults living there as well and none of these adults saw anything wrong with the way these children were living. And CPS had been out there before. Why did it take so long for them to discover this and take action? I’m sure there are many details we are not aware of.

The neighbors stated they were shocked to learn that there were even any children living there, let alone that many and who were obviously being mistreated. Some neighbors said, though they noticed some odd behaviors, they never knew what was really going on.

I find that sad and a little shocking. It would be hard to hide that many children and that many adults unless the neighbors constantly kept their heads down and refused to even be a little curious about their secretive neighbors. But we are now living in a “keep-to-ourselves” society.

I know in our neighborhood we mostly all keep to ourselves. Some of the older kids play together, but you rarely see any adults stopping to talk and there are some families who never interact with the other families at all.

We do occasionally stop and exchange pleasantries with some neighbors if we are out walking and we do know most of the kids names. Most all of us wave to each other as we drive by, but I have only been in one other house on this street and just briefly and I think only one neighbor has ever been in ours - once.

We are a busy family neighborhood and there have been some past problems between neighbors so that may contribute to the lack of involvement with each other. We haven’t had many problems ourselves, but there have been a few nasty disagreements between other neighbors. Because we do not wish to have those same problems with the neighbors ourselves, we have decided to stay out of it, not choose sides and remain private as politely as we can.

There is one large, extended family that has several kids who are rarely out playing, but it appears they are always coming home from school, then right back out to what I assume are extracurricular activities. Yes, it’s a little odd and I don’t care for how the children are constantly screamed at when they are out, but is it enough for us to call CPS? I would have to say hesitantly, no.

There is also a single mother on our street who will not speak to you even if you greet her and her children are never allowed to play with the other children. Why is she so secretive?

It is of course, our responsibility to report obvious child abuse. But what is obvious? I’m sure those neighbors in Texas are now thinking back to some odd circumstances they witnessed where things are more clearer now and wished they had called someone sooner.

I have to admit, because we tend to keep to ourselves we don’t really know what’s going on in other homes. Our child is too young to play with most of the children around here, so I couldn’t tell you much about those children and their families.

Now I know there are still neighborhoods where the residents still live and interact well, but I have noticed an ever increasing amount of people who state they really don’t know their neighbors.

How well do you know your neighbors? Do you think they are as normal as you are or do you think they have a dark side? Do you think they mistreat their children? These are some serious questions, but ones that we need to ask ourselves. Would you know if a child on your street was being mistreated? Would you have the guts to make that call if you did?

And what if you made a mistake and called CPS on a good family whose child really did fall off his bike and was not being abused? That missed diagnosis on your part could tear a good family apart and cause an untold amount of emotional damage.

There are so many grey areas that make it so hard to know what to do if you even notice anything to begin with.

It’s a sad fact that our lifestyle has caused many neighborhoods to not gel well and as we remain isolated, we are not only short changing our children on the experience of growing up with other families, but due to our lack of involvement with each other, we may be letting down the children who aren’t so fortunate.

Excedrin, Bufferin, Gas X, NoDoz Recall

In case you are like me and didn't know that Excedrin, Bufferin, Gas X, NoDoz were recalled due to possible mixing of prescription meds and these meds, you may want to check out the manufacturer's sight http://www.novartisotc.com

I just finished filling out the form and packaging up my Excedrin for the recall. 

Of course both bottles are half gone. Makes you wonder if what you took over the last few months was safe. 


Friday, February 17, 2012

Things We Say To Our Kids That Makes No Sense To Them

When we are right in the thick of the parenting trenches we often say things out of desperation that makes absolutely no sense to our kids. The confused look on their faces says it all, but we all do it.

Do any of these sound familiar?

> Said to a baby or young child who won’t go to sleep – “Do you have any idea how tired I am?!”

> Often said in the heat of the moment – “If you don’t stop crying, I’m going to give you something to cry about!”

> Said to a child with separation anxieties. I have said this myself more than once – “Trust me honey, there is no back door in the bathroom. I have to come out the same way I went in.”

> Said usually before some type of punishment – “This is going to hurt me more than it is going to hurt you.”

> Said in an attempt to justify your decision that your child does not like – “Because it is for your own good.”

> Said to a child who is learning to wipe himself – “You don’t need all that! Only a third of that will do!” (My husband caught me saying that to our son – like a 3 year old knows what a third is)

> Said with a nervous smile – “I know what I said, but you cannot tell Grandma that I said her hamburgers tasted like hockey pucks.”

> Said to an adolescent wanting to do everything her friends do – “And if your friends jumped off a bridge, would you do it, too?”

> And the favorite one is…..drum roll please…..                                                                                  ”Because I said so!”

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Helpful Tips for Better Living

I’m trying out a new helpful tips newsletter. I hope you like it and will find the information helpful in your quest for better health and an easier life. 

Please let me know your thoughts and if there are any subjects you would like to learn more about.

In this issue:

·         Recipe – Cinch Strawberry Sorbet
·         Get every last drop of your Enfuselle Time Repair A.M. out of the bottle
·         Be kind to your heart
·         Are you missing out on free money?

Happy Valentine’s Day Everyone!

Here is a great recipe to try that sounds yummy and right for you or the Valentine in your life who is trying to watch their waste line:

♥ Cinch Strawberry Sorbet 

6 Scoops  Cinch Strawberry Shake Mix
2 cups Nonfat milk or low fat soy milk
1 cup Fresh strawberries, cut into pieces

Ice cream maker for home use. I don’t have an ice cream maker, but I’m thinking of getting one now! If you don’t either, this would make a delicious smoothie if mixed with some vanilla yogurt!
Combine all ingredients in a blender and mix well. Pour contents of blender into an ice cream maker and follow ice cream maker directions until mixture is the consistency of sorbet. Once your frozen treat is ready, scoop half the amount into a bowl or parfait dish to eat now or pour entire contents in a container and freeze for later use.

Makes 2 serving. Serving size is 1 cup
Calories per serving: 310 

24 g protein
42 g carbohydrates
3 g fat
480 mg sodium
0mg cholesterol
8 g fiber
♥ Get every last drop of your Enfuselle Time Repair A.M. out of the bottle

The AM treatment comes in a great bottle, but when you get down to the bottom, we don’t always have the time in the morning to wait for that last little bit of wonderful lotion to slide down towards the opening. We have to get out the door now! Right? And setting it upside down just makes it all run into the cap then spill all over when you try and open it.  

So how do you get the rest of it out without wasting it?

Use a Q-tip. Keep your bottle right side up and just use a Q-tip to swab out what you need and it’s a perfect applicator to dab with around your eyes.

♥ Be kind to your heart

Your heart is an amazing organ. It does so much for us and we barely give it a second thought till we have a problem and often times by then, the damage has been done.

Like a true love, it takes care of us and all it asks in return is for us to take care of it. And like love, it will eventually break if neglected long enough.

So don’t break your own heart – take care of it, be kind to it and love it as if your life depended on it – because it does.

Here are some helpful ways to be kind to your heart:

1. Watch what you eat.
A diet low in saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, and sodium—but high in fiber— promotes a healthy heart. Don’t think you can give up the fatty foods cold turkey? (pun intended) Even small changes implemented into your lifestyle slowly can make a big difference.

2. Achieve a healthy weight.
Too many calories and not enough exercise can promote weight gain. We all know that. Let’s face it. As much as we all would love to take that magic pill that will melt the fat away, it still comes down to this basic rule for weight loss – more calories burned than eaten will equal weight loss. Just make sure you are losing in such a way as to not lose muscle.

3. Stay Active.
Get at least 30 minutes of exercise each day. An hour is better for losing weight, but 30 minutes is better than none. Even a simple, but brisk walk can make a big difference. Can’t walk or workout for 30 minutes? Try shorter times done more often. It doesn’t have to be done all at once. I bet you watched more than 30 minutes of commercials last night. Take that commercial time and get your heart working.

4. Take time for yourself.
As a busy mom, I know how easy it is to fall into that trap of never having enough time left over to take care of yourself, but you must. If you have everybody counting on you, then when your health fails you, that means they won’t have you anymore. And you know that no one can do all that you do as well as you do. So make sure to do one more thing for everyone else – take care of you! You are worth it, you know.

5. Laugh more.
Studies show laughing can relax blood vessels and contribute to a healthy heart. And besides, who doesn’t love a good laugh every day? Some days make take more effort to find something to laugh at, but if you look hard enough, you’ll find it.

6. Try supplementation. If you have high cholesterol or high blood pressure diet plays a huge role in getting those numbers lowered and the right supplements can help you achieve that. Contact us we will be happy to share what we have learned has worked for others.

Here are some products that others have had great results with:

Vitalizer – a great foundation made simple

Cholesterol Reduction Complex – Lowers cholesterol naturally

OmegaGuardpharmaceutical-grade omega-3 fatty acids, including EPA and DHA.

CoQHeart - CoQ10 is vital for energy production in the heart and promotes and protects healthy arteries

Cinch Weigh Loss – Keep muscle, burn fat, lose inches

♥ Are you missing out on free money?

You are if you aren’t taking advantage of the $25 credit off your order deal. Shaklee offers a $25 credit off of your next order for every person you refer who buys $25 or more. Plus that person you shared the benefits of Shaklee with and who wants to try it for themselves will get it at 15% off!

I wish our local grocery store would do that, don’t you?

Contact us today to get your free money!

Have a great rest of the month and enjoy the extra day we have this year!

Best wishes for good health,


Friday, February 10, 2012

February Newsletter

To read our February E-Newsletter click here > February Newsletter

In this issue:
“I used to have it! Where did it go?”
Have you ever set a goal to improve yourself both physically and mentally... only to find that you're slumped in a valley of fatigue? 
You've lost it! You've lost your energy!

So... what causes fatigue? And more importantly, how can we banish it forever and regain the energy we used to have... 

Also... Symptoms of fatigue... 

Fatigue... What causes it? What you can do about it!
Fatigue is the most frequent reason people seek medical help. Around 20% of Americans claim to have fatigue intense enough to interfere with their efforts to live a normal life.  
Are you tired just because you're getting older? Most holistic health practitioners don't think so. Most chronic exhaustion is caused by... 
Find out the nine major reasons for fatigue and how you can combat them.

Plus... Where are you on the energy scale?

Energy & Vivix...
A new study on resveratrol, just published in Cell Metabolism, demonstrates that Vivix can have a major impact on your energy level. Dr. Jamie McManus reports...

Find out more about fatigue, energy and how Shaklee can help on this page...

As well as... Wow! Amazing new resveratrol study results...

Also featuring…

Can hand-washing dishes harm your health?
The toxins found in everyday household cleaners, such as dish soap, can be harmful to your health. These chemical toxins can cause a plethora of health complications...

So... why worry about the simple chore of hand-washing your dishes? Find out if your dish liquid is harming your health in this article...

Plus... Get Clean Dish Wash Liquid is so-o-o-o powerful!

To read about these important subjects in this edition click here > February Newsletter

Once you've read these articles, it’s easy to order the featured products! Just visit To Be Healthy or email us youtobehealthy@yahoo.com

To learn more about...
  •  health, nutrition and fitness
  •  cleaning products that are safe for you and for our planet
  •  natural skin, personal and beauty care
  •  water filtration
  •  how you can work part-time for a full-time income... from the comfort of your home
...just email me at youtobehealthy@yahoo.com and we can send you free information.

Best wishes for good health,


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January Newsletter

Yes, we are a little behind. OK, that may be a bit of an understatement, but we finally have our online newsletter.

If you want to sign up for our free newsletter to be sent to your email, just send us your email to youtobehealthy@yahoo.com and ask to be put our list.

So here is the first of our E-Newsletters!

Click here to read the January E-Newsletter online > January E-Newsletter

In this issue:

The “cleaning” job you can’t ignore...

Gentle detoxifying the Shaklee way...

Winter skin? Soothe it with…

Click here to read the January E-Newsletter online > January E-Newsletter

Once you've read these articles, it’s easy to order the featured products! Just visit our website To Be Healthy or email us at youtobehealthy@yahoo.com

You can learn more about...  
  • health, nutrition and fitness
  • cleaning products that are safe for you and for our planet
  • natural skin, personal and beauty care
  • water filtration
  • how you can work part-time for a full-time income... from the comfort of your home
...just email me at youtobehealthy@yahoo.com and we would be happy to send you more information.

Best wishes for good health,


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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

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  • 60% of all Cancer related deaths
  • 80% of all Heart Disease in women
  • 90% of Type 2 Diabetes

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Saturday, February 4, 2012

February Health Update: Ten Lifestyle Strategies for Promoting a Healthy Heart

February is Heart Month: a reminder to all that heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death.

Although we can’t change some risk factors, such as age and heredity, many factors – including high cholesterol, high blood pressure, obesity, and inactivity – can be modified, thus significantly lowering the risk of heart disease.

And because lifestyle habits (e.g. diet, exercise, and appropriate supplementation) can strongly influence these modifiable risk factors, here are 10 lifestyle strategies you can implement to promote a healthy heart.  

See afterwards, how Shaklee can help you achieve these goals.

1. Make more healthful food choices.

One of the best weapons for fighting off heart disease is eating a healthful diet, particularly one rich in whole grains, legumes, fish, nonfat or low-fat dairy products, plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables and choosing lean meats. And choose organic as much as you can to cut down on chemical intake.

2. Lose the belly fat and keep it off.

This fat, also known as visceral fat, may in fact be the most dangerous fat you can have. It’s been linked to high cholesterol, high insulin, high triglycerides, high blood pressure, and other health problems.

Lose the belly fat and keep it off by following a sensible weight-management program designed to preserve muscle mass while promoting fat loss, especially around the waist.

3. Get more of the “sunshine” vitamin.

Vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin, is made in the body when the rays of the sun are absorbed by the skin. Health care professionals and nutrition research scientists have known for years that this vitamin is needed for the regulation of calcium and phosphorus to help build and maintain strong bones.

Studies also indicate that a vitamin D deficiency is associated with increased cardiovascular risk, above and beyond established cardiovascular risk factors such as blood cholesterol and blood pressure.

4. Go fishing with omega-3 fatty acids.

You need a certain amount of oils and fats in your diet, as they supply calories and help our bodies absorb fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D, and E. 

It's important to choose healthier unsaturated fats – also known as mono- and polyunsaturated fats – because eating too much and the wrong kinds of saturated and trans fats may raise the bad LDL cholesterol and lower the good HDL cholesterol, which can increase your risk of high blood pressure, a narrowing of the arteries (atherosclerosis), heart attack, and stroke.

One type of polyunsaturated fat is omega-3, which can help prevent clotting of blood, reducing the risk of stroke. It can also help lower triglycerides, a type of blood fat linked to heart disease.  

5. Protect your body against free radicals and oxidative stress.

Atherosclerosis is a chronic, progressive disease in which plaques build up in the walls of arteries. Over time, these plaques can lead to a complete obstruction to blood flow or suddenly rupture, causing a blood clot to form and leading to a total blockage of the artery. 

The development of atherosclerosis is complicated, but the primary event seems to be repeated, subtle injury to the artery‘s wall through various mechanisms.

Some researchers believe that oxidative stress and free radical damage to the walls of blood vessels is the initial insult that causes this disease. 

Many nutrients such as vitamins C and E, and the mineral selenium, are potent antioxidants that work to prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol and scavenge free radicals, so getting adequate amounts of these nutrients is another important strategy for promoting cardiovascular health.

6. Boost your phytonutrient intake.

Eat your fruit and vegetables; they’re good for you! Population studies from around the world suggest that diets rich in fruit and vegetables protect against heart disease, cancer, and other chronic diseases. 

The goodness of these foods comes not only from the essential nutrients they contain but also from the array of phytonutrients they provide.

These phytonutrients impart the tastes, aromas, and colours of food. They also have profound physiological effects in the body, acting as antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents, mimicking hormones, and suppressing the development of disease. 

Scientific research has revealed that phytonutrients called flavonoids (resveratrol, catechins, and ellagic acid) may act as potent antioxidants, inhibit inflammation, and help slow down cellular aging. 

Another class of phytonutrients – the carotenoids lutein, lycopene, and beta-carotene – also exerts potent antioxidant activity, possibly helping reduce the risk of heart disease and other conditions such as age-related eye disease and cancer. 

7. Fill up on fiber.

Another reason a diet rich in fruit, vegetables, and whole grains is associated with a decreased risk of disease is that these foods are also a great source of dietary fiber. 

There are two types of fiber in foods, and we need both. Insoluble fiber, found in the outer layer of grains such as wheat bran, promotes a healthy digestive system and colon health. 

Heart health benefits come from soluble fiber, the type of fiber found in oats and apples. Increasing soluble fiber intake helps lower blood cholesterol and blood sugar levels.

8. Find a friend in Coenzyme Q10.

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a fat-soluble, vitamin-like substance found in every human cell. It's involved in key biochemical reactions that produce energy in cells. 

It also acts as an antioxidant, working with vitamins E and C to protect cells against oxidative stress and free radical damage. Although the body is capable of making its own CoQ10, production slows as we age.

Cholesterol-lowering medications (e.g., statins) also block the body’s ability to make CoQ10, and supplementation has been shown in clinical studies to improve cardiac function in people with existing heart conditions such as congestive heart failure.

9. Get moving.

Physical inactivity is a risk factor for developing heart disease, and research studies indicate that more than 60% of adults don’t engage in the recommended amount of regular physical activity. 
In fact, 25% of all adults aren't active at all. If you’re one of them, it’s time to get moving.

Regular physical activity promotes a healthy heart in so many ways: it helps lower blood pressure and cholesterol, helps control weight, reduces anxiety, and improves blood circulation. 

Do your heart a favor and try to get 30 minutes or more of physical activity most days of the week. 

If you haven’t been active for some time, or have a chronic health problem such as existing heart disease, diabetes, or obesity, be sure to consult your physician before beginning a new exercise program. 

10. Take time to de-stress.

There’s no denying we live in a stressful world, and most of us experience stress on a daily basis. 

Whether it’s physical or emotional stress, your body reacts in the same way: it sets off its “fight or flight” response. As a result, stress hormones are released, increasing blood pressure, heart rate, and blood glucose in an attempt to provide our body with an increased energy supply.

Over time, this chronic stress response wreaks havoc: slowing digestion, weakening immune function, and increasing the risk of heart disease and other chronic conditions. 

Take time, then, to de-stress your life. Start by getting more sleep and ending those unhealthy habits such as smoking, drinking too much, and overeating. 

Think about what you truly must get done, set priorities, and learn to say no. 

And, finally, don’t forget to exercise (a great stress reducer) and incorporate relaxation and deep-breathing techniques into your daily routine. 

Your heart will love you for it. 

Below are some ways Shaklee can help you achieve these goals. Just click on the links for more info:

1.    Shaklee’s ingredients are always organic and never contain any artificial ingredients, colors or preservatives.

2.    Cinch Weight Loss Program is an easy and delicious way to lose those unwanted pounds.

3.    Shaklee has increased the amounts of Vitamin D in its multi formulas, but you can also add additional Vitamin D with Vita-D3.

4.    Shaklee’s EPA & DHA product, OmegaGuard delivers a full spectrum of ultra-pure, pharmaceutical-grade omega-3 fatty acids.

5.    Arm yourself with the best antioxidants Vitamin C & Vitamin E.

6.    Make up for a lack of fruits and vegetables  with CarotoMax that has a rare blend of alpha carotene, astaxanthin, beta-carotene, lutein, lycopene, and zeaxanthin delivering of a broad spectrum of carotenoids; and with FlavoMax that has flavonoids which are powerful water-soluble plant nutrients that deliver potent antioxidant protection to the blood and blood rich tissues, especially the liver and intestines.*

7.    Shaklee has some wonderful and easy to take fiber supplements as well as some other great products that help with digestive health.

8.    New Triple Strength CoQHeart with Q-Trol™, delivers a powerful 100 mg of CoQ10 plus resveratrol in a bioavailable softgel. 

9.    Share Shaklee with a walking buddy or a workout partner and help improve the lives of the people you care about.

10.  Try Shaklee’s Stress Relief Complex for those really hard days.

There you have it – some ways to help improve your heart health and ways Shaklee can make it easier.

Your heart works hard for you ever second of your life – return the favor by giving it what it needs.

Love your heart and it will love you back.

If you would like more information, please contact us by emailing at imnotasupermom@yahoo.com.

To Your Good Health,


* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Info from Shaklee Health Sciences Feb 2009 by Dr. Jamie McManus


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