Monday, 7 April 2014

Herbalife Price Adjustment 2014: Operation Fee

Herbalife Products Price Adjustment Announcement!!

As a Herbalife Independent Distributor in Malaysia, we received the confirmation from Herbalife Products Malaysia on Herbalife Products Price adjustment. 

In view of the rising operating costs, kindly be informed that effective 16th April 2014, there will be an addition of 1.25% Operation Fee added to "Other Charges". 

* The calculation of Operation Fee is based on retail price.

The 1.25% operation fee will be incurred to all the orders placed for pick-up and delivery within Peninsular Malaysia.

For East Malaysia (Sabah & Sarawak), Operation Fee (previously known as Sale Pick up Fee) will be remains at 1.5%.

Message to all Herbalife nutrition products current or new customers, d
o take note and place your orders to take advantage of the current products price before the Operation Fee takes effect on 16th April 2014.


- Do you want to know how to save more with Herbalife products discounts plan?
- Do you want to know how to enjoy discounts in Herbalife products?


To find out more about Herbalife Products Herbalife Price:
Call/SMS/WhatsApp Pengedar Bebas Herbalife / Herbalife Independent Distributor (Malaysia), Ling at +6012-2017292 or fill in the Contact Me form to submit now.


** Herbalife nutrition products are sold exclusively through our Independent Distributors with personal wellness coaching services and are NOT available in any stores.


Saturday, 29 March 2014

What to Eat After Your Workout?

What you eat and drink after your workout – and when – can have a big impact on your next performance.

What do you eat first after a workout? Most athletes pay fairly good attention to what they eat before exercising, but afterwards – for some – it’s almost as if ‘anything goes”. 

Eating the right foods and beverages after exercise does more than just replenish your draining fuel supply – it helps your body get ready for your next round of activity too. If you work out hard regularly, what you eat, and when, can make a big difference in your overall performance.

Keep in mind that refueling is geared primarily to those doing extended and strenuous bouts of exercise. If your usual activity is a daily walk or brief swim, your regular meals and snacks should take care of your nutritional needs as long as your diet is healthy and well-balanced – but always stay on top of your fluid intake.

What To Eat And Drink After Exercise


Replenish Fluids And Salts
  • When you exercise, sweating causes you to lose important body salts – like sodium and potassium – that need to be replaced. Many advanced athletes get in the habit of weighing themselves before and after exercise, in order to figure out how much fluid needs to be replaced. For each kilogram of weight lost during activity, you should drink about 1 liter of liquid.

What to Drink
  • Water is fine as a fluid re-placer, since you’ll be eating afterwards – which means you’ll pick up carbohydrate, sodium (and likely some potassium) from your foods. For those who don’t normally drink high-calorie liquids, this is the one time they might drink fruit juices, since they provide fluid, carbohydrate and, depending on the fruit, potassium too. Sports drinks are great since they provide not only fluid and carbs, but the right balance of salts that have been lost through perspiration, too. And they usually have a mildly light, sweet taste that often encourages you to drink more.

Your Body Needs Carbohydrates
  • After an intense workout, your body has burned through a lot of carbohydrate – the primary fuel that keeps your muscles working – and it’s important to refuel as soon as you can. The recommended amount is about 1.4 grams of carbohydrate per kilogram of body weight. That’s about 100 grams of carbohydrate for someone weighing 75 kg. Healthy carbohydrates – fruits, whole grains and the natural carbs in dairy products – are a good place to start with post-workout snacking.

Your Body Needs Protein
  • A bit of protein is important in recovery too, since it helps to stimulate muscle repair and growth after strenuous exercise. In most cases, about 10 grams of protein will suffice. The ideal post-exercise meal or snack contains a combination of healthy carbs and protein, which is why athletes often turn to foods like a sandwich on whole grain bread, a dish of yogurt and fruit, a protein shake made with milk and fruit, or specially formulated recovery beverages.

Meal Timing Matters Too
  • When you exercise, your muscles become very sensitive to the nutrients that are available – and that sensitivity lasts for a limited amount of time. That’s why many athletes who want to optimize muscle recovery pay attention to this “metabolic window” – the time period of about 30-45 minutes after exercise during which you should try to eat your carbs and protein. During this critical time after you exercise, your muscle cells are more sensitive to the effects of insulin, a hormone that helps transport amino acids (from protein) into your cells. Insulin also works to drive carbohydrate into the cells, where it is stored in the form of glycogen. This stockpile of carbohydrate can then be used to provide energy to working muscles during the next bout of activity. And, once you kick this fuel storage process into gear, you can keep it going for up to eight hours if you continue to provide your body with a shot of carbohydrate every two hours.


Nutrition Information from Herbalife-Hub, March2014.
Written by Susan Bowerman, MS,RD, CSSD, is paid consultant for Herbalife

Cristiano Ronaldo With Herbalife Nutrition

Do you want to know why does Cristiano Ronaldo choose to work with Herbalife
How Herbalife help Cristiano Ronaldo optimize his nutrition on and off the field?

Let watch the video to find out more detail.



The first six months of the partnership was spent reviewing the foods Cristiano Ronaldo ate throughout the day, and the drinks and supplements he used while on the pitch and after training. This included extensive analysis of key physiological markers. Having established his baseline measurements, Cristiano Ronaldo and Herbalife are now well down the road to making sure the best soccer player in the world stays on top.

Congratulations to him! Herbalife Nutrition for a Better Life.


Regards,
Herbalife Independent Distributor Malaysia

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

The Real Herbalife, Nutrition for a Better Life.

What is Herbalife NutritionInterested to know more about Herbalife? Let hear from people who have benefited from Herbalife's nutritious products. You can also find out from how Herbalife independent distributors who work with their customers every day to help them achieve their goals. 

View the video  to know more about the real Herbalife to discover the power of good nutrition and active lifestyle.



Do you feel good by helping other people too in good health, happiness and earn a little extra income? Herbalife independent distributors get to do this every day by offering people great nutrition products and, for those who want it, an opportunity to earn a little extra income.

The positive impact of helping other people to become more fit and more healthy makes everyone feel positive. Herbalife is having on communities everywhere around the world in more than 90 countries. Herbalife Independent distributors are like a big Herbalife family. 

As Herbalife Chairman and CEO, Michael Johnson says: "We're a very positive force, we are a force for change, we are a force for better nutrition. It's important that there's a company like Herbalife to send a message that "we need to change our eating habits, we need to change our lifestyle."

People around the world get the chance to benefit from Herbalife Nutrition. They believe in the quality of the nutrition products when used as part of a healthy active life. They understand the opportunity to earn additional income comes with hard work. Herbalife company and Herbalife independent distributors will continue to share the news that we can all feel better with a healthy, active lifestyle.

Are you ready to change for a better healthy lifestyle with great nutrition? No matter you interested about the nutrition product or Herbalife business opportunity.

Let started now and find out more about Herbalife nutrition from our 'agent' of change - Herbalife independent distributors



Tuesday, 11 March 2014

How To Make A HOT Herbalife Shake?

Had you have your shake today?
Want to try something new with your Herbalife shake today?

Normally we  use to take the Herbalife Shake in cold as i do so....

Thinking of making something new today? Let watch the video below to learn from Susan Bowerman, registered dietitian on how to make a HOT Herbalife Shake with Herbalife Formula 1. It's perfect for those cold days when you want to reach for something warm!



There's is secret trick to making a HOT Herbalife shake, you'll have to add cold milk to your powder first. 

You jut need a few simple ingredient to make a HOT Herbalife shake:

  • Herbalife Formula 1 Nutritional Shake Mix 
  • Few tablespoons cold low-fat milk
  • 8 oz. (250 ml) hot or warm milk

Directions:
First do secret trick with cold milk for consistency, then add your hot or warm milk. Hope you enjoy your new HOT Herbalife Shake!


Welcome to leave your comment to tell us how your HOT Herbalife Shake turned out. 



Friday, 28 February 2014

10 Secrets To Successful Weight Loss

Weight loss and weight maintenance are like two sides of the same coin. In reality, the habits that help you drop pounds are the same ones that will help you maintain your weight loss. After all, losing weight isn't really considered a success unless you manage to keep it off.


Herbalife Weight Loss


Here are the top 10 strategies of successful 'losers':

1. They get to know themselves really well.
  • One key to success is learning how to manage your own high risk situations - such as eating when you're stressed or cleaning your plate out of habit rather than hunger. Successful losers are adaptable and plan ahead - they know what situations might get them into trouble and have a backup plan for dealing with them.

2. They get lot of exercise.
  • On average the National Weight Control Registry enrollees burn about 2000 calories per week through exercise. That's a lot - they get about 60-90 minutes of moderate to high intensity exercise daily. The most popular exercise is walking, and they average 5-6 miles a day.

3. They set goals and monitor their behavior. 
  • Setting goals - ones you measure, like how many minutes you will walk, how many calories you will take in, or how many sit ups you will do - are helpful because you can track whether or not you meet these goals. Successful losers keep track of how much exercise they get, and they keep food journals - sometimes using a food log to plan meals ahead of time. These self-monitoring strategies are critical and provide much-needed feedback on behavior changes. 

4. They have regular meal patterns and frequency.
  • Many people get in trouble with their weight because their eating patterns are so disorganized. Successful losers report that eating at regular intervals and snacking only when they hungry are keys to success. Skipping meals usually backfires. and having routine meal times means that you don't go long stretches without food - which often leads to excessive snacking or larger meals later on.

5. They eat a low fat, nutrient dense diet. 
  • No surprises here, but a high quality diet - one with plenty of protein, fruits, vegetables and whole grains - is what keeps people satisfied. The fruits, veggies and whole grains are bulky and filling, but their calories cost is relatively low. Adequate protein is key, since protein is highly satisfying and will keep hunger at bay between meals.

6. They practice portion control.
  • By learning what size portion you need to eat to feel 'not hungry and more' - as opposed to feeling 'stuffed' - you can trim your intake significantly. Portion control strategies include using smaller plates, serving your food in the kitchen (rather than having serving dishes at the table), and using meal replacements such as protein shakes, bars or frozen meals.

7. They practice stress management.
  • Food is often used as a comfort when we're stressed - but we usually feel guilty afterwards, which just increases the stress and keeps the cycle going. Successful losers have learned to find other ways to reduce their stress. They exercise, call a friend, or practice some meditation or deep breathing. 

8. They had an attitude adjustment.
  • Many people who have successfully lose weight say that they had to change their thinking about  dieting and weight loss. Some felt it was 'in their genes' to be fat, or that they couldn't lose because they'd never been successful in the past. Eventually, they faced the problem head on - recognizing that success would come through a series of small steps and a lifelong commitment to a healthy lifestyle. 

9. They adopted a plan, and they stick to it. 
  • Once you have an established routine of how you generally eat, and how frequently you exercise, learn to stick with this routine day, and day out. People who have lost weight and are successful and maintaining that loss do this - even on holidays or whey they go to restaurants. Many dine out less often, because they prefer having more control over what they eat by preparing more meals at home.

10. They have learned to control their environment.
  • Successful losers learn how to control situations that are most likely to get them into trouble. The foods that are available in the refrigerator or cupboard at home, in restaurants, at the workplace or in the grocery store are all environment that can be controlled. To gain control over the food environment, keep 'safe' foods in the house, choose restaurants where you know you can get foods that you want, bring appropriate foods to work and prepare a shopping list before you go to the supermarket. 


Written by Susan Bowerman, MS,RD, CSSD, is paid consultant for Herbalife

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Tips For Maintaining Weight After Weight Loss

You've Lost the Weight - Now What?

What is is weight management? Only about 1 in 6 people say they've held onto even small weight losses for as little as a year - which says that maintaining weight loss is a huge challenge for a lot of people.




If you don't want that lose weight to come back and find you, you can't just stop what you were doing. When it comes right down to it, what you do in order to lose weight and what you need to do to keep it offare pretty much one and the same. So here are some tips for managing your weight successfully. 

  • Remember what got you into trouble in the first places. Was it too much fast food? Eating when you're stressed? Too many sweets? You know yourself well enough to know when you're falling back into old habits - so catch yourself before a slip becomes a fall

  • Continue to keep track of what you're doing. Keeping a food and exercise log and tracking your weight are great tools when you're in the weight loss phase - but don't stop there. Self-monitoring is key to weight maintenance - you're more likely to be successful if you continue to keep track.

  • Stay active. Once you've lose weight, your body burns fewer calories than it did when you were heavier - so exercise plays a critical role in helping to burn calories and keep your weight off.

  • Recognize what your true, best and natural weight is. In your efforts to lose, you may have ended up at a weight that's actually below your body's natural, healthy, weight - and it may be difficult to maintain. That's not to say that you should let all your weight come back. But sometimes you may find it easier to maintain a weigh that's slightly higher than you had intended. Many of my clients tell me they're happiest when they just live a healthy, active lifestyle and let their bodies find their own healthy, natural weight. For them, it's so much better than obsessing over every bite of food they eat - even if it means carrying a few extra pounds.

  • Reward yourself. When you were losing, you probably found ways to give yourself a pat on the back for sticking to your plan - but don't forget to reward yourself for continuing those new habits every day.

  • Remind yourself of how much you've accomplished. Keeping photographs around is good - old ones to remind you of where you were, and new ones to remind you of how far you've come. Remind yourself of all the positive steps you've taken to improve your health - and of how empowered you are, now that you've managed  to take charge and manage your weight successfully. 



Written by Susan Bowerman, MS,RD, CSSD, is paid consultant for Herbalife

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