Advance Your Financial Future

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , , on April 21, 2015 by Network Marketer

You can advance your financial future with infinite wealth created through a Trivita Business. Infinite wealth is a term that applies to people who, after paying their monthly bills, have extra money left over to spend on the things they want or to invest for the future. Anyone can find infinite wealth. Most people do it by working a secondary job or finding a source of additional income. If you can establish a home business that provides you with that infinite wealth, you will have a successful business


How Do You Measure Success

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , on April 21, 2015 by Network Marketer

TriVita is committed to improving the quality of life for children in Africa. LeanForward is more than just a school-affiliated feeding program. Not only will you feed an African child with every  shake that you consume, but with your help we will also help these children grow, thrive, and become model citizens in their community. Join us in our mission


Drink a shake… Give a meal

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , on April 21, 2015 by Network Marketer

Drink a Shake, give a meal. That’s the promise of LeanForward, TriVita’s new program that provides school meals for children in Africa. The program’s ultimate goal is to help people help themselves, so that these children can reach their potential and break the chains of poverty. Watch this short video to learn more about this exciting program!


Welcome to a community of greater wellness.

Posted in work from home with tags , , , on April 21, 2015 by Network Marketer

The TriVita Wellness Center is an innovative model of healthcare that creates personalized wellness programs designed to improve your physical, emotional and spiritual well-being


Lupus and the Autoimmune Crisis

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , , , on April 21, 2015 by Network Marketer

Many people know that Lupus (systemic Lupus erythematosus – SLE) is an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune diseases are a class of conditions where your immune system attacks your own body. There are many autoimmune disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis, Type 1 diabetes, Crohn’s disease, colitis and allergies. The prevalence of all of these conditions is increasing.

What causes Lupus and other autoimmune conditions and what can we do about them?

Causes of Lupus

We need to be very cautious when we talk about causes, whether we are talking about Lupus or any other condition. There are two basic reasons: 1) Accuracy. Our view of medicine and, therefore, our understanding of disease is growing daily. We simply don’t have the complete information to be able to see why someone may have Lupus or any other disease. Stating a “cause” would be inaccurate. 2) Hope. We certainly don’t want to add emotional distress to the victim of a disease by telling them their condition is hopeless; this hopeless attitude may be a by-product of our wrong view of disease.

Instead, let’s talk about the process of Lupus and other autoimmune disorders. It is a three-step process leading to disease:

Antecedents – Antecedents are the things that go before something else. There are specific immune complexes called CD8 that are needed to harmonize your system from day to day. With Lupus, the CD8 suppressing antecedents are often toxins called xenoestrogens (fake estrogens in our environment). These include dioxin, DDT and carbon tetrachloride. They also include plastics (Bisphenol A and phthalates), preservatives like BHA and food coloring such as red dye #3. Antecedents also include deficiencies. People suffering from Lupus commonly have deficiencies in Vitamin D, B-6, B-12, dietary fiber, iron, magnesium and essential fatty acids.

Triggers – Triggers are the substances or events that activate the disease process. In Lupus, the trigger is commonly stress. Stress –especially “social defeat” stress – suppresses the harmonizing effect of CD8. Virus infections are common triggers as well. The Epstein-Barr virus is found in the organs of many people with Lupus. Inflammatory mediators – Inflammatory mediators are the chemicals that cause inflammation. Runaway inflammation is what destroys the internal organs of people with Lupus.

What we can do

Lupus is a serious disease that may eventually kill the people it attacks. Never undertake the treatment of such a serious medical condition without a qualified healthcare provider as your guide.

Think of Lupus and other autoimmune conditions as a poisonous tree with a root (antecedent), shoot (trigger) and fruit (inflammatory mediators). Simply addressing the “fruit” of inflammation is, while important, not enough. We must uproot the entire tree. The tool we need to accomplish this is CD8.

Strike at the roots of the tree by removing toxins and poisons that block CD8: insecticides, plastics, preservatives and food colorings. Build up your CD8 by supplementing your nutrition with Vitamin D, B-6, B-12, dietary fiber, iron, magnesium and essential fatty acids. Reduce and remove the triggers that blunt CD8, especially stress. Then go after the poisonous fruits, the inflammation that destroys vital organs.

Rather than being a victim of autoimmune disease, think of yourself as a participant in your personal Wellness Journey!

Take Control of Your Health


How Stress Impacts Your Health

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , , on April 21, 2015 by Network Marketer

Stress is unavoidable. No matter what we do we will have to deal with some form of stress on a daily basis. And dealing with stress actually causes chemical changes in our brains which can of course affect our health. But there’s much more to the story than that.

Some types of stress are fleeting, and very short-lived. This can be the frustration of simple things like getting in line at the grocery store only to find that you have chosen the slowest line. This sort of annoyance happens to all of us. The issue is how you handle it. Most people will simply decide to look at the magazine rack, which is conveniently located near the register, or just daydream for a few minutes. But some people will let the tension build. With each passing moment their stress is building as their only focus is the time they are wasting standing in line.

It’s easy to see that the first two people described could take something good away from the wait. The first may read something interesting on the cover of a magazine and the second may escape from the chaos of the day with her daydream. But the person that is literally stressing out over the wait is doing more harm to himself than he realizes.
Stress can affect us on many levels. This person is not likely to have a smile on his face as he walks out of the store. It is probably going to take awhile for him to get in a better mood. And it is very likely that this is behavior that is routine for this person – in other words, this person does not have very good coping skills.

Over time this person is likely to experience any or all of the following problems:

• Difficulty sleeping
• High blood pressure
• Lack of energy
• Headaches
• Feelings of depression
• Tension & anxiety that won’t let up
• Back or neck pain
• Change in weight
• And more

As you can see, stress can build and lead to some bad stuff. But we need to acknowledge also that some people simply have a lot of stress in their lives. After all, most of us can name someone that has lost more than their share of relatives or that has suffered through more than their share of hard times. It is also important to note that some things that are perceived as good, such as having a baby or buying a home and moving, are also very stressful.

The problems listed above can of course lead to many health problems, including heart disease, emotional disorders, ulcers, lowered immunity system responses, and many others. Although we can’t prevent stress, we can learn to deal with it. We can work on using appropriate coping mechanisms when we are feeling stressed, but even more than that we can be more proactive.

To stay healthy we can eat right, drink lots of water, get plenty of rest, and exercise. Taking care of ourselves is a great start to being better able to handle any situation. Be kind to yourself. Allow yourself to enjoy life – relax and do the things you enjoy. Every day you should budget at least 20 minutes that are just for you, that is your time to do what you want. Try not to let the little things get you down.


The power of betalains

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , , on April 21, 2015 by Network Marketer

The power of betalains

Harnessing the power of betalains, a rare and potent class of antioxidants that flourish in the Nopal cactus, Nopalea delivers scientifically proven health benefits.

Detoxify your body
Every day, we’re exposed to toxins in our air, water and food—and even toxins created by our own bodies. Nopalea combines its betalains with other anti-toxic ingredients to combat these poisons where they strike us first: right inside the trillions of cells in our bodies.

By increasing the activity of CYP-2E1, a special enzyme that neutralizes daily toxins, Nopalea protects your cells and vital organs—especially your liver—against the carcinogens, hormone disruptors, respiratory toxins, developmental toxins and neurotoxins that are responsible for one-quarter of all the world’s diseases.

Reduce inflammation
When toxins assault your system—or when injury or infection strikes—your body responds with a complex biological process commonly referred to as inflammation. If this inflammation goes unchecked, it can lead to a wide variety of disorders, from stroke to arthritis to heart disease.

Protect against premature aging
Your skin is a miraculous covering that protects you from harm. Pollution, toxins, radiation and other potentially damaging influences are kept out of your body by your skin; vital organs are protected inside. One of the first signs of aging is thin, sagging, withered skin that is easily damaged.

More health benefits

  • Increase energy
  • Boost the immune system
  • Protect against fluid retention
  • Neutralize free radicals



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