Category Archives: Healthy Living

Why Use Sunrider®

Fitness Model Britt, Photo by Glenn Francis of www.PacificProDigital.com  February 9, 2007, By Toglenn – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, WikiCommons.

Ever since first trying Sunrider® products many years ago, I have loved them all. Trying to explain the products to you if you have not tried them, would be kind of like trying explain to someone how good it feels after a nice hike or gym work out who has not gone.

You simply have to try Sunrider® products, to experience the great effect it has on your body afterwards. I’ll try to textualize a few ideas about some specific products I love, to share with you just a few of my favorites, here below;

Fortune Delight®: I have never had such a tea that cleanses the system through liquid, better than coffee, and without the jitters. It is simply a great tea.

Sunrider VitaFruit®: It is like nothing I have ever tasted, and truly one of my favorite drinks.

Evergreen®: This drink is also one of my favorites, and absolutely amazing. I love it by itself, and mixed in a glass of water with some SunnyDew®.

SunnyDew®: If your blood sugar is a bit low, you can take a few drops of this and feel better, and it has such a great sweet taste, and so much better than sugar, which I never use.

SunSmile®: The herbal toothpaste is so great. I’ll admit I have bought mainstream brand toothpastes from the dollar store before. Using them is really terrible, because the poison in those brands are just horrible. If you have ever accidentally swallowed one of those brands before, your stomach would feel like it was on fire. If you ate too much, it could kill you. Who wants to have something like that in their body? I sure don’t. Sunrider® toothpaste isn’t poison, and it works good.

Kandesn® deodorant: Most deodorants are poison and don’t work. Sunrider® deodorant smells so good! And it works, and it’s healthy.  The texture of it is amazing, and unlike any I have ever seen, it’s great.

SunTrim® Shake: The first time I had this product, I mixed it with 2 scoops of the SunFit® Protein Plus. After less than a half a glass of it, I was full for the entire day. I was shocked, because I’m generally vegan, and used to get majorly hungry every few hours. Not any more! I was so stunned, I went around for weeks talking about this product but was really irritated that it was not out on the market yet, and our samples ran out. Finally–it’s out! I now take the same combo of this daily. I like the SunTrim® Shake mixed with SunFit® Protein Plus, and also a little fresh fruit such as strawberries or banana, and that is basically my breakfast and sometimes even serves as my lunch too–when I don’t do a heavy workout. I was up to 160 pounds before I started using this regularly, and in less than 30 days, I lost 10 pounds, and reduced my body mass (fat) index.***

SunTrim® Shake is absolutely amazing and one of the best drinks ever to lose weight or not be too hungry. You have to try it, if you want to lose weight, or build more muscle definition–or, just cut down on your grocery bill! It has no adverse effects, except when my stomach does make hunger noises now if it ever does, it doesn’t hurt or bother me like it used to. I’m no longer a victim over my diet, I am now in control over it, and that’s incredible.

Dr. Chen® Hand & Body Lotion: I used to never use lotion, but got this as a gift, and I absolutely love it. It smells as great as an expensive cologne I used to wear years ago, except without any bad chemicals, and is good for the skin.

There is not one Sunrider® product that I have tried or used that I didn’t like. These are truly superior, great products that anyone with any good taste, and intelligence will love.

–Bruce Edwin

Visit the link below to order Sunrider® through me, and even sign up to have your own business with Sunrider®,  with free personal coaching by Bruce Edwin and / or his team. You may also call and leave your number for more information at 310-226-7176 or contact Bruce through the contact form on this site. 

Visit:  https://ibo.sunrider.com/site/bruceedwin/testimonial

** These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
*** Results may vary depending on starting point, goals, and effort. Exercise and proper diet are required to achieve and maintain weight loss. Please consult a physician before beginning any exercise program.
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Marine Mammals, Sea Turtles Protected by Endangered Species Act Are Recovering

Image: California sea otter photo by Mike Baird, provided courtesy of Center for Biological Diversity.

Most marine mammals and sea turtles in the United States that are protected by the Endangered Species Act are recovering, according to a new study by scientists at the Center for Biological Diversity.

The best available population data for 23 marine mammals and nine sea turtles shows that 78 percent of them — including most large whales, Florida manatees, California sea otters, and green sea turtles — experienced substantial population increases after being protected by this landmark federal law.

“The Endangered Species Act works. This is great news at a time when our oceans face growing threats from climate change, overfishing and pollution,” said Dr. Abel Valdivia, the Center’s ocean scientist and lead author of the study. “It’s easy to get discouraged as we watch human activities destroy marine ecosystems. But our study shows we can still save whales and other endangered species if we just make the effort.”

The study, which is reportedly under review at the scientific journal PLOS ONE and appears as a preprint in the BioRXiv server today, looked at all marine mammal and sea turtle species protected by the Act.  The study reportedly analyzed only those species with reliable and high-quality data, making the findings of this comprehensive survey of the scientific literature a powerful indicator of endangered species’ recovery.

According to the study, most species are reportedly on the path to recovery. Three species of marine mammals and two species of sea turtles remained unchanged after listing, which may indicate population stability. Just two marine mammal species, the Hawaiian monk seal and Southern Resident killer whale, continued to decline after being listed. No listed sea turtle populations declined.
Conservation measures triggered by the Act include habitat protections, science-based management measures to safeguard the species, and recovery planning.

The Endangered Species Act has required devices that allow sea turtles to escape from fishing nets, protected whales from deafening sonar, reduced disorienting lighting from sea turtle nesting beaches, among other protections.

The study reportedly found that species listed for more than 20 years were more likely to be recovering than recently listed species, another sign the Act is effective if federal officials follow its mandates.

“People can see more humpback whales migrating along the West Coast, which is a success story everyone can appreciate,” Valdivia said. “Yet Southern Resident killer whales still struggle against extinction, partly because the federal government missed its own deadline to expand critical habitat protections. The Act works well when officials effectively use the tools it provides.”

The study, titled “Marine mammals and sea turtles listed under the Endangered Species Act are recovering,” was primarily authored by Dr. Valdivia. Marine mammals and sea turtles make up 36 percent of the 161 marine species listed under the Act.

The Hollywood Sentinel

Avoid Pot and Other Drugs Which can be Deadly

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