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Herbalife Healthy Body

Healthy and active body

Shallow breathing is common, especially in times of stress. Oxygen helps eliminate toxins from the body, metabolize fats and carbohydrates, eliminate viruses, fungi and bacteria, and much more! Breathe rhythmically and deeply (the abdomen should move, not just the upper chest), and see the difference: the thought becomes clearer; you feel calmer and more energetic.


Studies have proven that regular and moderate exercise helps maintain a healthy heart. Your body needs movement to promote blood flow, and your muscles need exercise to stay more flexible, toned, and strong.

The heart is also a muscle and regular exercise has been proven to make the heart stronger! Walking for 30-40 minutes a day is the simplest and most effective method of exercise, and it’s easy to fit into even the busiest of lifestyles. Isn’t your heart health worth a daily walk? *


Your body needs sleep to allow time to repair, maintain and rejuvenate. Lack of sleep is associated with an increased risk of coronary problems, so those seven or eight hours a night are essential, not a luxury!

Fresh air

If you spend 90 percent of your time indoors, you may breathe more polluted air than you ever imagined. A daily walk of 30-40 minutes in the open air is more than a simple exercise for your body, it gives you the opportunity to breathe clean air and oxygenate the body.

Over weight

Excess weight and heart problems in many cases go hand in hand. Get help: control your weight, feel great; talk to an Herbalife Personal Trainer today!


Fresh foods are liable to lose nutrients quickly once they are cooked. They are called «essential» nutrients for a reason, the body cannot produce them, so you will need to get them from the food you eat. Supplements can help you get the nutrients that are lost when you lack good nutrition.

Become a non smoker

Studies suggest that every cigarette you smoke consumes 25 grams of the vitamin C your body stores, what a useless waste! Especially if you consider that vitamin C plays an essential role in keeping your arteries flexible. Tobacco is a dangerous substance, avoid it.

Disheartening statistics: Every year tobacco-related deaths exceed 1.2 billion in Europe (450,000 due to cardiovascular disease). The figures for people who die in Europe due to cardiovascular diseases caused by tobacco increased by 13% between 1990 and 2000.


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On the contrary, with a fully functional organism, it is necessary that you nourish it in the best possible way. Fat, heavy food and junk food have a damaging effect on your body: obesity, diabetes and heart problems could be the long-term result. You can improve your diet to promote heart health … See how:

• Try to eat 2 to 3 pieces of fruit and 3 to 5 servings of vegetables a day. For once, more MEANS better!

• Eat at least two servings of fatty fish a week: mackerel, sardines, herring or salmon, which contain omega 3 fatty acids, known for their ability to reduce the risk of heart problems and to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels .

• Minimize the consumption of white flour products: cookies, cakes and pastries. Eat whole grain foods instead, whole wheat bread, whole wheat pasta and brown rice, which provide more essential nutrients and dietary fiber.

• Reduce the consumption of saturated fats and avoid foods that contain hydrogenated oils or trans-fatty acids, which are artificial substances that clog the arteries and are difficult for your body to process and eliminate.

• Choose lean cuts of red meat and choose to consume more turkey, chicken and game.

• Drink plenty of water – 2 liters a day will help keep your body cells hydrated. Drink more when you exercise or when it’s hot.

• Cut back on salt to keep blood pressure low.

• Control portion sizes: Large meals put pressure on the digestive system and the heart!

• Replace fast food with nutritious food! Try 1 Formula 1 shake (see back page), a simple, fast and highly nutritious meal.

• Supplements are not a substitute for a healthy diet, but many nutritional experts around the world agree that by including a good quality supplement such as multivitamin supplements, you are intelligently providing your body with a boost to your daily diet.

• Worried about your cholesterol level? According to different studies, including at least 25 grams of soy protein as part of a diet low in saturated fat can help reduce blood cholesterol levels. Therefore, include more soy products in your diet.

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Cardiovascular diseases are the cause of almost half of the deaths that occur in Europe (49%).

Cardiovascular disease is estimated to cost the
EU 169,000 million euros per year.