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SASA’S WORDS OF THE DAY

SASA'S WORDS OF THE DAY

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SASA’S THOUGHTS of TODAY…

SASA'S THOUGHTS of TODAY...

SASA’S THOUGHTS of TODAY… Hey friends, Think about this:

It’s so easy for all of us to focus on the negative sometimes… I’ve been guilty of it – spending my time, energy and attention trying to persuade people who aren’t interested, servicing terrible clients who don’t appreciate my efforts and engagement, or focusing on the people/distributors who aren’t delivering…

I'M allergic to negative people
Meanwhile, our GREAT clients, Herbalife business colleagues and Distributors are the ones who deserve our time and attention the most.
Who are YOUR great clients/Distributors?
Are you doing enough for them?
Which are the ones who push for you, refer you, pay you on time, and appreciate what you do?
Those are the ones that deserve your extra time and attention!
ONLY THOSE!
I was pondering this today, and remembered how I started back in 1994, when I signed up as a Herbalife Distributor…
When I first launched, I only counted on myself and my ENTHUSIASM, 

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I started at ZERO and didn’t have too many people in my corner. 
In fact, several people, potential clients and business partners continued to try to dissuade me from what became my PASSION: HERBALIFE!
Luckily, I didn’t listen and thankfully, I trusted my own feeling, Herbalife teached me to believe in myself, so I KNEW MY WAY and I KNOW WHERE I WANT TO GO!

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Do YOU feel lost sometimes? Do YOU want to FIND OUT the RIGHT WAY for yourself?

My First advice: BEWARE ALL THOSE “DREAM STEALERS” everywhere OUT THERE!

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I’ve been through all this myself, and different from all what I had experienced before I found that in Herbalife there’s always someone to SUPPORT you, the person who brought you into Herbalife, your PERSONAL COACH and SPONSOR.
Do YOU need COACHING and SUPPORT?
I’m here to HELP AND COACH you to get rid of the NEGATIVE thoughts.

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Just GET IN TOUCH, I’ll be happy to show you how to BELIEVE IN YOURSELF again!

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SASA’S ERNÄHRUNGSINFO des TAGES: Softdrinks: Hauptursache für Übergewicht und Diabetes

Softdrinks: Hauptursache für Übergewicht und Diabetes

  |  28.10.13, 00:45  

Etwa 400 Millionen Menschen leiden weltweit an Diabetes Typ 2 und Übergewicht. Übermäßiger Zuckerkonsum ist eine der Ursache. Vor allem Soft Drinks stehen dabei im Vordergrund. Das kostet die Gesundheitssysteme jährlich fast 500 Milliarden Dollar.

Über das Trinken von so genannten Soft Drinks nehmen wir den meisten Zucker auf. Bei Kindern führt das nicht nur zu Diabetes oder Übergewicht. Es kann diese auch aggressiv machen. (Foto: dpa)

Über das Trinken von so genannten Soft Drinks nehmen wir den meisten Zucker auf. Bei Kindern führt das nicht nur zu Diabetes oder Übergewicht. Es kann diese auch aggressiv machen. (Foto: dpa)

Der Konsum von Zucker hat in den vergangenen Jahrzehnten deutlich zugenommen. In nahezu allen Lebensmitteln ist Zucker enthalten, vor allem Soft Drinks sind voll damit. Also genau die Drinks, die sehr gern von Kindern und Jugendlichen getrunken werden. Der massive Zuckerkonsum hat enorme Auswirkungen auf die Gesundheit und die Gesundheitssysteme der einzelnen Länder.

Derzeit leiden knapp 400 Millionen Menschen an Typ-2-Diabetes, 4,8 Millionen Menschen sterben jährlich an dieser Erkrankung. 20 Prozent der Weltbevölkerung leiden an Fettleibigkeit. In Deutschland sind es 14,7 Prozent der Erwachsenen, in den USA sogar 33,8 Prozent.

Softdrinks haben physische und psychische Auswirkungen

90 Prozent der praktizierenden Allgemeinärzte in Europa, Asien und den USA sehen einen Zusammenhang zwischen diesen beiden Krankheiten und dem übermäßigen Zuckerkonsum, wie  eine aktuelle Studie von Credit Suisse zeigt. 17 Teelöffel an zugesetztem Zucker nehmen wir durchschnittlich jeden Tag zu uns. Die USA sind mit Abstand das Land mit dem größten Zuckerkonsum. Hier sind es 40 Teelöffel pro Tag. Brasilien, Argentinien und Australien belegen die Plätze dahinter.

Vor allem der Konsum von Softdrinks ist in diesem Zusammenhang wichtig. Credit Suisse zufolge kommen 43 Prozent der zugesetzten Zuckerarten in unserer Ernährung von gesüßten Getränken. Eine Dose Softdrink enthält im Durchschnitt acht Teelöffel Zucker. Da der Zucker in flüssiger Form aufgenommen werde, stelle sich kein Sättigungsgefühl ein.

Eine Studie des Yale Rudd Centers zeigt, dass US-Bürger heute doppelt so viele Soft Drinks  (Cola, Limonade, etc.) zu sich nehmen wie noch 1971. Eineinhalb Dosen trinkt der Amerikaner im Schnitt jeden Tag. Das entspricht durchschnittlich 196 Liter pro Jahr – durchschnittlich. In Deutschland sind es durchschnittlich 120 Liter an Erfrischungsgetränken gewesen, die 2011 im Schnitt pro Person getrunken werden, so das Robert-Koch-Institut.

Das Trinken von Soft Drinks hat jedoch nicht nur negative Auswirkungen auf das Körpergewicht und die körperliche Gesundheit. Eine Studie aus diesem Jahr zeigt, dass der Konsum von Soft Drinks bei Kindern zu Verhaltensproblemen führt. Aggressivität, Rückzugsverhalten und Aufmerksamkeitsstörungen kamen bei den Untersuchungen von 3.000 Fünfjährigen aus den USA zum Vorschein.

Gefahr durch Light-Getränke

In den vergangenen fünf Jahren haben sich aber auch die Diät-Soft-Drinks durchgesetzt. Zu einer Cola Light greifen diejenigen, die auf das Soft Getränk nicht verzichten wollen, aber weniger Zucker zu sich nehmen möchten. Die Süßstoffe sollen helfen. Aber auch die Light-Produkte sind nicht ohne Risiko.

Wissenschaftler des französischen Forschungsinstituts INSERM fanden heraus, dassLight-Drinks potentiell sogar noch ungesünder seien als normale Soft DrinksFür die Studie wurden seit 1993 Daten von über 66.000 Frauen ausgewertet. Die Wissenschaftler kamen zu dem Schluss, dass die Frauen, die Soft Drinks (light und nicht light) konsumierten, ein  höheres Diabetes-Risiko hatten. Und bei den Frauen, die Light Soft-Drinks tranken, war das Risiko sogar höher als bei denjenigen, die normale Soft Drinks zu sich genommen hatten. Bei Frauen, die einen halben Liter „Light“ pro Woche trinken, erhöht sich das Risiko schon um 15 Prozent.

Einzige Lösung: Besteuerung

In jedem Fall aber ist der weltweite Zuckerkonsum alarmierend. Der Konsum von Zucker stieg innerhalb von 30 Jahren um immerhin 45 Prozent. Für das weltweite Gesundheitssystem heißt das jährliche Kosten in Höhe von etwa 470 Milliarden Dollar. Das entspricht in etwa zehn Prozent der gesamten Kosten des Gesundheitswesens. Setzt sich diese Entwicklung fort könnten 2020 bereits 500 Millionen Menschen an Typ-2-Diabetes leiden. Jährliche Kosten von 700 Milliarden Dollar kämen auf das Gesundheitswesen zu.

„Nachdem wir die Argument dafür und dagegen abgewogen haben, glauben wir das eine Besteuerung der beste Ansatz wäre“, heißt es in der Studie der Credit Suisse. „Das würde den Konsum verringern und gleichzeitig die öffentliche Hand dabei unterstützen, die sozialen und medizinischen Kosten bewältigen zu können.“

 

SASA’S HEALTH IS WEALTH: Prostate Basics: 4 Nutrients to Support Prostate Health

Prostate Basics: 4 Nutrients to Support Prostate Health

By  • October 25, 2013 

prostate healthMen, are you concerned about the health of your prostate? You should be. An estimated 60 percent of men between the ages of 40 and 59 have an enlarged prostate gland, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). By age 85, that number climbs to 90 percent. Compound that with a staggering 238,590 estimated new cases of prostate cancer in 2009 alone, and the message becomes clear: All men should support prostate health through diet and supplementation.1 It’s not just a matter of function and comfort—it’s an issue of life and death.

Yes, those statistics are troubling. But you don’t have to become a number. Even if you already suffer from BPH or another condition of the prostate, there are natural options for prostate support.

Eat and Live Well

Most of the healthy habits for total wellness have a direct impact on the prostate. First, eat afresh diet rich in whole grains, fruits and vegetables, fish, and healthy fats from plants; we recommend the Mediterranean diet because of the extensive research that has proven its healthful benefits to the body. Cutting down on dairy may have a benefit, too. According to the Mayo Clinic, some studies have shown that men who eat larger amounts of dairy have higher rates of prostate cancer. Drinking the powerful antioxidant green tea and adding prostate-healthy isoflavones to your diet through foods like tofu, kidney beans, lentils and peanuts also support prostate function.2 Limit or avoid alcohol and caffeine, too, and be sure to drink plenty of water.

Along with diet, regular exercise and weight loss increase prostate health. According to the ongoing Harvard-based Health Professionals Follow-Up Study, men who were more physically active had decreased incidence of BPH. The study also found that men with localized prostate cancer who engaged in vigorous activity at least three hours each week were 61 percent less likely to die from the illness compared to men who did vigorous activity for less than one hour each week.3 Maintaining a healthy weight supports the health of the prostate, as well.

Supplement for Prostate Health

You can’t take a pill to ensure prostate health, but you can supplement with targeted nutrients that have been proven to reduce the risk of prostate dysfunction. Here are a few nutrients to try:

  • Saw palmetto – Extract from the ripened fruit of the saw palmetto plant has long been used to decrease symptoms of BPH and treat prostate infections. It is also used as a complementary treatment in men with prostate cancer. When selecting a saw palmetto supplement, be sure it is made of at least 85 percent free fatty acids; a supplement that includes phytosterol complex, lycopene, vitamin B6 and zinc is a good option.
  • Zinc – Deficiency in the essential mineral zinc has been linked to prostate dysfunction. While research regarding zinc supplementation in humans is relatively new, several studies on animals have shown zinc’s beneficial role in prevention and complementary treatment of prostate cancer. Researchers from the University of Washington additionally found that “long-term supplemental zinc intake was associated with reduced risk of clinically relevant advanced [prostate cancer]” in men who participated in the study.4
  • Folic acid – Folate is a B vitamin that can be found in foods like orange juice, beans and green vegetables; folic acid is the man-made version of folate that can be taken through supplements and is added to fortified foods like cereals and breads. According to the National Cancer Institute, a 10-year study found that men who took 1 milligram of folic acid reduced the risk of prostate cancer; men who got enough folate through diet also reduced the risk of prostate cancer.5 Additional research in Nutrition and Cancer showed that increased dietary folate is associated with a decreased risk of prostate cancer, particularly high-grade prostate cancer.6

While BPH, prostate cancer and other forms of prostate dysfunction tend to develop in aging men, it is never too early—or too late—to give your prostate the nutrients it needs to function optimally. Along with a healthy lifestyle, a targeted supplementation regimen or increased dietary intake of certain nutrients may be just what you need to stay healthy as you age.

Most importantly, talk to your doctor about when and how often to screen for prostate cancer. And since symptoms of BPH can be similar to those of prostate cancer, be sure to see your physician if you think you might have an enlarged prostate.


[6] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19838935

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CHI CONOSCI A MILANO?

CHI CONOSCI A MILANO?

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SASA’S WORDS OF THE DAY

SASA'S WORDS OF THE DAY

If you’re not willing to work for your success, you don’t deserve it anyway.
People don’t luck into success. The successful are focused, passionate, and work hard.
– Robert Kiyosaki

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SASA’S THINK AND GROW RICH TIPPS: How to Become a Great Leader

How to Become a Great Leader

Leadership is a hot topic and will always be one. We seem to linger in a perpetual leadership vacuum. Today’s Presidents and CEOs, generals and coaches, don’t stand in comparison with the great leaders of the past – or so we are told – and in times of crisis, people cry out for someone who can show them a way to escape the looming threat.

There’s a general myth that leaders are born rather than made, that somehow Nature produces a peculiar species of human being who is bigger, more powerful, smarter, braver, and more charismatic than the rest.

But waiting for such a rare bird is futile, for there are many crises that never find the natural born leader it needs. The real challenge in leadership is to find a way to build leaders. The main way that business schools and government departments attempt this is by studying the past. Learning from history has its advantages, naturally. There are lessons to be learned about how World War II was won, why the Chicago Bulls were such a successful basketball team, and why Wall St. banks, led by greed and short-sightedness, created the financial collapse of 2008.

But today’s crises never completely mirror yesterday’s, and it would be better in the first place to build leaders who can prevent crises before they arise. In my view, a great leader is inspiring, uplifting, a uniter of differences, and someone who brings out the best in human aspirations. I named this model “the soul of leadership” and set out to see if leaders with a soul could be trained.

Knowing that business, politics, and the military are not spiritual enterprises, I didn’t formulate the training along “soft” or idealistic lines. Instead, I used a “hard” criterion: what groups actually need. If you aspire to be a great leader, the first requirement is that you look and listen, so that you can find out the true needs that a situation demands to be fulfilled. There are seven such needs:

1. Safety, security

Situations of threat and instability. People feel insecure. Discontent is in the air. You can see nervous faces, feel the prevailing anxiety. Who is going to make the situation feel safer?

2. Achievement, success

Situations of unrealized achievement. People feel unsuccessful. They want to be more productive, but there’s not enough fire or passion. Who is going to step up and provide the motivation so sorely needed?

3. Cooperation

Situations that are incoherent and fragmented. There’s no team spirit. The group disintegrates into bickering and petty wrangling. Meetings go on forever but reach no conclusion. Who’s going to be the glue that brings coherence to the situation?

4. Nurturing, belonging

Situations mired in bad feeling and apathy. Everyone is going through the motions, doing what they need to do but inside feeling totally disengaged. The atmosphere is stale and routine. There’s no personal support or trust. Who’s going to bring heart to the situation and make others feel that they belong?

5. Creativity, progress

Situations dominated by old solutions and stale ideas. People feel stymied. The atmosphere has no creativity; it feels like yesterday’s news. Everyone agrees that something new is needed, but all that emerges are small variations on the status quo. Who’s going to bring the spark of creativity to the situation?

6. Moral values

Situations that are spiritually empty and corrupt. The weak feel hopeless, the strong are cynically taking advantage. People talk about righting wrongs and bringing back the right values, but no one knows where to start. The future feels like wishful thinking; the present is oppressive and suffocating. Who will bring hope and a renewed sense of innocence?

7. Spiritual fulfillment

Situations that symbolize the human condition. People are asking the big questions: Who am I? Why am I here? Many are seeking for God. There is talk of a higher reality, yet faith is lacking. Who can bring the light and demonstrate that holiness is a living reality?

Having looked and listened, you will know the situation you are in and the need that is crying out to be fulfilled. As you can see, the “hard” criterion that shaped this model of leadership eventually leads to moral values and spirituality, because in reality those aren’t “soft” needs. Every human being has a yearning for them. But unless the basic needs are fulfilled, appealing to a group’s ideals is usually futile.

In the next few posts I’ll detail how each need arises and how you as a leader can bring about change in other people’s lives. The most common cause of leadership failure is ego, which means that someone is looking out for number one rather than the group. Ego is a legitimate basis for action – it’s the second need above safety and security. We all want the good things in life; our instinct is to provide for “I, me, and mine.” But the collapse of Wall St. and many disastrous wars have resulted when leaders get stuck on ego. You can be a great leader, with all the rewards this carries, while still serving the needs of the whole group. In essence, that’s what the soul of leadership is all about.

This article was originally published by Linkedin

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