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Fw: TUESDAY, NOV. 22--6:30

From: veronica (mickey) f.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 4:03 PM

For anyone in or near Overland Park I am sure you will want to attend----even though you may not have diabetes most of us know someone in our family or friends who do have it and the information is good to pass on. 
Attend and encourage them to attend with you.  Be sure to register on the RSVP link below.
If you need more directions on the location e-mail or all:
Phone (913)[masked]
Subject: Concerned about diabetes or being diagnosed with diabetes?

November 2011
 A  Note From Elizabeth


As the holidays approach  I get a lot questions about what foods might be healthier than some of those "good old standards".  It is not often easy to eat healthy while eating out, going to parties and visiting family and friends.  If you are interested in learning  how to make your holidays healthier I have an evening planned just for you.  

Tuesday, November 22nd at 6:30pm  

Natural High Wellness Center

Georgetown Professional Plaza

9341 West 75th Street, Overland Park, KS

(Located on the corner of 75th and Frontage Rd.)   

I will  demonstrate and share some healthy and easy to prepare recipes that you can use over the holidays.  Foods that are delicious and will protect your digestive health so that you can feel great, have lots of energy and truly enjoy yourself this season.   

Recipes will be full of superfoods and herbs that are used in my Reverse Diabetes in 30 Days program for cleansing and healing.

We will also have a demonstration on how to use kinesiology (muscle testing) to know what foods your body needs and doesn't need in order to stay healthy and functioning correctly.  This is simple, interesting, fun and fascinating!

Bring a friend and come out for some good food, fun and information that is sure to make your holidays a time to enjoy family and friends.      

Click on the link below to reserve your place.   



 I look forward to seeing you on the 22nd, Elizabeth 


In This Issue
A Note from Elizabeth
Could You or a Family Member Become Diabetic
Healthy Habit for November
Market Green Smoothie
About Elizabeth
About Elizabeth

Elizabeth discovered her passion for keeping people out of the doctor's office after helping her husband recover from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

She has developed fun and easy methods for improving health thru detoxing, diet and exercise.  Her strategies teach you how to take your health to the highest level, empowering you to make the best possible decisions. 

She is an active  partner at Natural High Wellness Center and coaches people to reach their Healthiest Day Ever



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Please use the above link to find more information about my classes and events


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It is no coincidence that 65% of Americans are overweight, and 27% clinically obese, in a nation addicted to sesame seed buns with our hamburger, a side of French fries and a Coke.  It is not the fat in the foods we eat but, the excess carbohydrates from our starch- and sugar-loaded diet that is making people unhealthy and leading to epidemic levels of type 2 diabetes.

What is type 2 diabetes?

Your body requires a certain amount of carbohydrates but the standard American diet  finds us consuming too many processed starchy and sugary foods.  Your body's storage capacity for carbohydrates is quite limited, so the excess is converted, via insulin, into fat and stored in the  fatty tissue.

Any meal or snack high in carbohydrates generates a rapid rise in blood glucose. To adjust for this rise, the pancreas secretes the hormone insulin into the bloodstream, which lowers the glucose. Essentially insulin is a storage hormone, its job is designed to store the excess calories from carbohydrates in the form of fat in case of famine.

Insulin, stimulated by excess carbohydrates from processed grains, starches and sugars, is responsible for all those bulging stomachs and fat rolls in thighs and chins.

And why is this dangerous?

High insulin levels suppress two other important hormones that are responsible for burning fat and sugar and promoting muscle development.  So insulin from excess carbohydrates promotes fat, and then wards off the body's ability to lose that fat.

Excess weight and obesity lead to heart disease and a wide variety of other diseases. But the dangers of processed grains and sugars does not end there.  They suppress the immune system, contributing to allergies, and they are responsible for a host of digestive disorders.  They contribute to depression, and their excess consumption is, in fact, associated with many other diseases such as cancer.

If you have type 2 diabetes, your body is producing some insulin but is unable to recognize insulin and use it properly. This is an advanced stage of insulin-resistance.

Since your insulin is inadequate, sugar can't get into your cells and instead builds up in your blood, causing a variety of problems. This is why diabetics have elevated blood sugar levels.

The good news

Type 2 Diabetes has been shown to be completely 100% reversible and preventable!

To find out more   



Looking for a "baby step" that is inexpensive and easy to do but yet it can make a big difference in the way you feel and contribute to your overall health?   


Boost your brain power with an apple.


The outdated apple a day keeps the doctor away has been replaced with fresh apple juice three times a week.  This new routine was discoverded after a ten-year study determined there were improvements with memory as well as reducing the chance of Alzheimer's disease from even occurring by 75%.     


Other studies have found that fresh apple juice reduces bad cholesterol levels, increases lipid metabolism and reduces inflammation.  


Don't bother with store bought pasteurized apple juice.  Organic raw and unfiltered apple juice is healthier, contains enzymes and is more nutrient dense.   


You should use a slow speed masticating juicer.  Cut the apple into pieces small enough for the juicer and include the core, seeds and skin.  



hot and sour greens  

 Hot and Sour Greens  


Supermarkets are loaded with a wide variety of greens year-round. If you've never really experimented much beyond spinach, now is the time to do so. You'll be pleasantly surprised.  Many cultures add vinegar to complement the flavor of greens, and this Asian-flavored dish is no exception.  Vitamin C is abundant in greens.  One cup of cooked chard, for example, provides 52% of the Daily Value for vitamin C.  



1 lb greens (kale, Swiss chard, bok choy, collards)

2 tsp olive oil or coconut oil

2 large cloves garlic, minced

1/4 tsp hot red-pepper flakes 

1/4 tsp dry mustard powder

2 Tsp raw apple cider vinegar

1 tsp soy sauce

1 tsp raw honey   



Wash and drain greens, remove any tough stems, and slice leaves into  

1/2 inch shreds.  Heat the oil in a skillet over medium heat.  Add the garlic and red-pepper flakes and stir-fry for one minute.  Add the greens along with the mustard and stir to coat with the spices.  Combine the vinegar, soy sauce and honey then add to the greens in the skillet.  Cook covered over medium heat until vegetables are tender, about 5 minutes.     



I would like to thank you for all the support and referals you have given me and please share this newsletter with your friends and family by forwarding below.
     Elizabeth Jones                                                                                         
 Phone (913) [masked]
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Health Solutions | 5800 West 90th Street | Overland Park | KS | 66207

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