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Experience Valentus 2017-10-30!

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Is coffee healthy?

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Is Coffee Good for You?

Yes, go ahead and grab that cup of joe, or two, or more. Doing so may improve your health and help you live longer, suggests new research.
In a new observational study involving close to 20,000 individuals, people who consumed at least four cups of coffee daily had a 64% lower risk of early death compared to those never or rarely consumed coffee.
A new study has shown coffee can reduce your risk of early death.
The reduction in risk was more significant once people reached the age of 45, suggesting that it may be even more beneficial to consume coffee as we get older.
These findings echo the recent results of another large observational study, which found that coffee drinkers appear to live longer, regardless of whether they consume regular or decaf coffee.
Coffee has also been shown to reduce the risk of many diseases, including type 2 diabetes, liver disease, colorectal cancer, Alzheimer’s and skin cancer, too.
“Coffee is loaded with antioxidants,” said Joe DeRupo, a spokesman for the National Coffee Association. “Many are naturally occurring antioxidants found in the coffee bean, while others are created during the roasting process. It’s these compounds that science links with positive effects in reducing the risk of several diseases.”
Some of the compounds commonly found in coffee “have been related to better insulin sensitivity, liver function and reduced chronic inflammation,” said V. Wendy Setiawan, an associate professor of preventive medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, and the lead author of one of the recent studies on coffee consumption and longevity.

Cup of caution

While coffee consumption may appear to be healthful for many, others should proceed with caution. Pregnant women, for example, should cautiously limit their intake of caffeinated coffee.
“Current evidence suggests that consuming moderate amounts of caffeine up to 200 mg per day, the amount in a 12-ounce cup of coffee, is not associated with increased risks for miscarriage or preterm birth,” said Dr. Joseph Wax, chair of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ Committee on Obstetric Practice. “However, data are contradictory regarding these pregnancy outcomes when women consume more than 200 mg per day of caffeine.” Additionally, “there is insufficient evidence to draw any conclusion regarding the effects of caffeine on fetal growth.”
If you have any heart conditions, you should also limit your coffee and caffeine consumption. “Caffeine is an aggravator and accelerator of one’s heart rate,” said Dr. Vince Bufalino, a spokesman for the American Heart Association and senior vice president and senior medical director of Cardiology-AMG, Advocate Health Care, in Naperville, Illinois. “Those with atrial fibrillation (commonly known as irregular heartbeat) or hypertension should limit their caffeine intake. One to two cups daily is probably fine, but if you are sensitive, you should restrict all caffeine.”
25594195_sKeep in mind that decaffeinated coffee still contains caffeine. An 8-ounce cup of brewed coffee can contain anywhere from 75 to 165 milligrams of caffeine, whereas decaffeinated coffee contains an average of 2 to 7 milligrams per cup, depending on which study you read.
“Decaf is not ‘no-caf’ — so if you are drinking three cups of decaf per day, then I would restrict that,” Bufalino said of people with heart conditions.
As for coffee’s effects on bone health, caffeine in coffee can lead to calcium loss, but it is probably not worth worrying about. “Caffeine does increase urinary calcium loss, but it is balanced by increased calcium absorption so there seems to be no adverse effects on the calcium economy,” said Connie Weaver, distinguished professor of nutrition science at Purdue University, who recently led a review of the research on calcium and bone health.

Optimizing your daily grind:

Coffee BenefitsBefore you take your next sips of coffee, heed these tips:
1. Add low-fat milk and skip the cream. Cream contributes about 50 calories and 3 grams of saturated fat per tablespoon. Low-fat milk has fewer calories and will help to offset calcium losses (a tablespoon has only 6 calories, but 19 milligrams of calcium).
2. Avoid sugar in your coffee. A teaspoon of sugar contains 16 calories. It may not sound like much, but if you add two teaspoons to your brew and drink a few cups per day, the calories add up.
3. Choose filtered coffee if you have high cholesterol. Unfiltered coffee, like the kind made from a French press, retains compounds known as cafestol and kahweol, which may contribute to increased cholesterol levels in some people.
4. If you have trouble falling asleep, it’s best to avoid coffee and all sources of caffeine in the evening or close to bedtime.
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Healthy Vacation Tips to help on Vacation!

Vacation Tips

Staying slim on VacationDon’t undo all of your hard work of losing weight and getting fit for summer! By eating correctly and engaging in certain activities, you can remain confident in yourself and keep your body in check all year long. I’ll be sharing these tips on my wall/ blog for the next few weeks as many of you get ready to embark on your vacations. Please feel free to ask me any questions or save my posts so you can re-read them at your hotel, cabin, or resort!
As this Campaign has already started on my Facebook page, I am resharing the first 3 Tips here today!   Then as the tips are shared on facebook, I will then share them with you here!
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VACATION TIP #1: Stock the kitchen!
Take advantage of booking a room with a kitchenette and cook your own meals. You’ll save a ton of money by stocking up meals from the local grocery store which is likely to sell local favorites to the area while listing their nutritional facts. Also, take note of what appliances are stocked as blenders are great ways to make delicious smoothies that will likely cost you three times as much if you were to buy them instead.
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VACATION TIP #2: Enjoy the grub!
It’s ok to splurge a little on local fare you can’t get elsewhere. Don’t go too overboard, but don’t depress yourself, either. Go ahead and enjoy the world’s best ice cream, just make sure it’s a single scoop and eat consciously for other meals.
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VACATION TIP #3: Pack it up!
Feel free to brown-bag your favorite fruits, protein bars and other healthy snacks so you’re not stuck with unhealthy meal options which plague most tourist destinations.
Look forward to the next post on September 13 or 14!    Stay Healthy, Fit and Enjoy Life!
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CHOCOLATE SWIRL TIRAMISU

(courtesy of Epicurus.com)

Drinking coffee doesn’T have to be boring! Liven it up with different variations of coffee! Here is a delightful Chocolate SWIRL TIRAMISU! Enjoy!

YIELD 4 Servings

INGREDIENTS

1 cup whipping cream

1/2 cup mascarpone

1/4 cup powdered sugar, sifted

1 tablespoon vanilla extract

3 1/2 ounces dark chocolate, melted

2 tablespoons espresso, cooled

2 tablespoons coffee liqueur

12 small store-bought ladyfingers

PREPARATION

Place the cream, mascarpone, sugar and vanilla in a large bowl and whisk until soft peaks form. Set aside. Place the chocolate, coffee and liqueur in a small bowl and whisk to combine. Swirl the chocolate mixture through the cream mixture. Divide the mixture among 4 (1-cup) glasses and serve with the ladyfingers. (Instead of expresso, add your favourite Slim Roast Coffee! Enjoy!) For more info on Valentus coffee and other products PM me!

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Amazing!  Valentus working to help improving your Health!
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Today, the topic is Sun Allergies!   Many people have them, having to take precautions when out in the sun or just can’t go out in the Sun at all!  Here is an article I found that helps to understand the severity of Sun Allergies!   https://www.drugs.com/health-guide/sun-allergy-photosensitivity.html
 This past weekend, Some reps posted how Valentus products have helped them with their allergies to the Sun:
Valerie:   Hey there.  Happy Saturday!!!  So I’ve read posts how Valentus has helped people in specific areas of their life . Well here’s what happened to me. As I got older something in my body gave up and I’m allergic to the sun. Yep you heard me right. I get welts all over in a very short time and I get so itchy it’s miserable. I have to take an antihistamine in the morning if I think I’m going to be in the sun. Last weekend we went to the pool and in the way over I told Robb I forgot to take my pill. But oh well let’s just go and I’ll bug out when I have to. I was on my raft enjoying the sun waiting to start itching like crazy…..it never happened! We were out there for the afternoon and I didn’t itch once !!!! Don’t know if it’s the Immune Boost or the Spray Max or Slim Roast. I love them all!! Woo hoo.!!
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Kathrine:  I am also allergic to the sun & since using my products have been able once again enjoy time outside.
Alison:   I WAS the same way too!! I had been allergic to the sun for the last 8 years and it was bad, I was the only one always wearing long sleeves in the summer!! This is the first year that I did not break out all over my body from being out in the sun! I am out everyday even in the dead of winter because I have horses and other farm animals that I tend to so it wasn’t like I was not in the sun all winter then went out in it in the spring. I was so excited that I was finally rid of the SUN RASH!!!!
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We are not saying that Valentus products are the Cure All to all health issues, but we can say, thank you Valentus for making my life livable!!!!
DISCLAIMER: WE DO NOT MAKE MEDICAL CLAIMS; But when you put good Nutrition in your Body, You Body can respond in a Positive way.
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BulletProof Coffee

Wanting to Give your Valentus Slim Roast a Kick!  Try Bulletproof coffee!
Bullet proof coffee2 Ingredients:
1 cup of Strong Coffee
1 Tbs. of Butter
1 Tbs Coconut oil
*Stevia (optional)
Directions:
Make the coffee(black)
Add the Butter and Coconut Oil
Add Stevia if needed.
Put in blender and blend until frothy.
The combination of fats melt into the coffee and create a decadent coffeehouse-style drink.
The Perks?
You get CLA from the butter and medium-chain fatty acids from the coconut oil. These are super high-quality fats that actually turn off our fat-storing genes and switch on our fat-burning genes.
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Vanilla Coffee Creamer

Looking for a new way to drink your Valentus Coffee?  Try this recipe out!  So easy and tastes great!
Vanilla Coffee Creamer1 14 oz can fat free sweetened condensed milk
1 1/2 c 1% milk
vanilla to taste
Whisk it together until the condensed milk isn’t thick, pour into a container or bottle and seal. Refrigerate.
You could make other flavors just by adding different extracts.
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SUMMER COOLER COCKTAIL

(JUST ADD YOUR TRIM OR ENERGY)

Disclaimer: We neither condemn nor condone moderate consumption of alcohol beverages.   With moderate consumption, and healthier alternatives, you can enjoy a cool , refreshing cocktail on a hot Summer’s day or evening; BBQ or family gathering!   Always remember, not to over consume as can be be dangerous to your health and more!

That said, there is evidence that moderate consumption of alcohol may be related to improvements in various biomarkers (e.g., markers of inflammation) and aspects of health (e.g., cardiovascular health, cognitive function, gut microbiota). Excessive alcohol consumption, on the other hand, has obvious, well-known detrimental effects on virtually every aspect of human health. And remember, never drink and drive.


PINA COLODA!

(1978 Puerto Rican Drink)

  •  ½ cup ice
  • • ½ cup coconut milk
  • • ¼ cup fresh pineapple chunks (no syrup, no added sugar, etc.)
  • • 1 ½ ounces white rum

Directions:

  1. 1. In a blender, combine all the ingredients and blend until combined.
  2. 2. Sit back and enjoy this delicious summer cocktail recipe!

MOJITA

(A popular Havana Drink from the late 1800’s)

1 ½ ounces light rum

• Juice of half a lime

• 1 tsp honey or agave syrup (or liquid Stevia to taste)

• 1 handful fresh mint leaves (about 10 – 12 leaves)

• Soda water

Directions:

1. In a Collins glass, muddle (i.e., mash on the bottom of the glass, which helps release the flavors) the mint leaves, the juice of the lime, and the honey or agave syrup.

2. Add ice to your preference, and then add the rum and soda water.

3. Garnish with a wedge or slice of lime.

4. Enjoy!

RUM PUNCH!

(A Fruity drink made with rum was originally from the Caribeans! A refreshing drink on a hot day!)

½ cup fresh-squeezed orange juice

• ½ cup 100% pineapple juice (e.g., Lakewood®, Knudsen®)

• 1 ½ ounces light rum

 Directions:

1. In a shaker filled with ice, combine orange juice, pineapple juice, and rum.

2. Strain over a Highball or pint glass filled with ice, put on some shades, and bask in the sun.

MARGARITAS!

(A cocktail to make your mouth water!

Our twist on this classic summer cocktail recipe involves tequila and fresh-squeezed lime and orange [to replace the orange liqueur] juices, and if you prefer your margarita a little sweeter, we suggest using just a little bit of agave syrup.)

1 ½ ounces tequila

• ¾ ounce fresh-squeezed lime juice

• ¾ ounce fresh-squeezed lemon or orange juice

• ½ Tbsp agave syrup, optional

• Soda water

Directions:

1. In a shaker filled with ice, combine tequila, lime juice, lemon/orange juice, and agave syrup.

2. Strain into a margarita or rocks glass (salted rim optional) filled with ice, and add a splash of soda water if desired.

3. Enjoy!

SALTY DOG!

(The Salty Dog, named such because it’s a Greyhound drink with the addition of salt on the rim of the glass, is simply gin with grapefruit juice.)

1 ½ ounces tequila

• ¾ ounce fresh-squeezed lime juice

• ¾ ounce fresh-squeezed lemon or orange juice

• ½ Tbsp agave syrup, optional

• Soda water

Directions:

1. In a shaker filled with ice, combine tequila, lime juice, lemon/orange juice, and agave syrup.

2. Strain into a margarita or rocks glass (salted rim optional) filled with ice, and add a splash of soda water if desired.

3. Enjoy!

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Coffee with BENEFITS!!

Here are a few of the nutritional details of our AMAZING healthy weight loss coffee!!

No wonder so many people love it!!
Coffee with BENEFITS!!

SlimROAST ITALIAN ROAST
• Garcinia Cambogia—fat burning ingredient and appetite
suppressant (Tamarind)
• Ginseng Extract—is known to combat the free radicals that give the human skin mantle that look of premature aging. An immune system balancing, super supplement
• L-Carnitine & Chromium—aid in blocking the digestion of carbohydrates
• Cassiolamine —helps in the prevention of cardiovascular disease and in the reduction of high blood pressure
• Green Tea Extract—contains 2—4% caffeine known to improve function of the brain messengers; contains antioxidants which help protect the heart and blood vessels.
• Cassiolamine Extract- natural legume  is mostly known for is its powerful lipase-inhibiting features, which results in the prevention of fat absorption and an effective carbohydrate blocker.
• Cissus Quadrangularis Extract— it supports weight management, glucose support and heart support
goals. What makes cissus stand out as a support factor for menopause weight management is its ability to aid serotonin levels
• Dark Italian Roast Arabica Coffee —is also known as the “coffee shrub of Arabia”, “mountain coffee” or “Arabica coffee”. Arabica coffee is believed to be the first species of coffee to be cultivated.

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