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“So, tell me — how does the wrap work? Does it really work?” – Asks everyone interested in the It Works Body Wrap
The most common questions, and usually the first to be asked, are the ones above. Without the proper information, one can often be skeptical of the body wraps. So I am here to rid your fears and skepticism once and for all! Trust me, they are awesome and let me tell you why/how!
Renowned doctor and author, Dr. Don has dedicated over 20 years in the field, studying and practicing the uses of natural alternatives and the effects of nutrition. With emphasis on natural and nutritious remedies, Dr. Don confirms that the remedies can accomplish almost everything that conventional pharmaceuticals can. Dr. Don and It Works! products focus on giving the body what it needs to stay healthy naturally.
Experiments conducted on himself, his family and other concluded that all natural alternatives not only worked as well, but occasionally even better than pharmaceuticals. Due to Dr. Don’s dedication, his hard work and research shattered the boundaries of possibility within the realm of natural medicine. Now collaborating with top scientists and formulators, Dr. Don ensures that through the Ultimate Body Applicator’s active ingredients, abundant with natural substances, users will look better, feel better, strengthen the immune system and feel overall rejuvenated!
Introduced to It Works! through exhilarated user testimonies, Dr. Don was drawn in to the Ultimate Body Applicator. Then, solely presenting the company’s nutritional products, Dr. Don was more than highly skeptical of the applicator’s true abilities. As a scientist, he viewed the product as a mere “gimmick”…yet his views were drastically transformed.
Dr. Don first experienced the Ultimate Body Applicator with a typical abdomen application, accompanied with measurements before and after. Within 45 minutes, he did indeed see a result around his abdomen! Astonished with the immediate results, Dr. Don dug into the applicator’s ingredients – finding more importantly: the amazing health benefits for the skin. Described as the skin’s “fountain of youth,” the applicator provides the ability to feed the skin the nutrients required to facilitate the natural processes of skin renewal. The applicator allows skin turnover to not only occur uninterrupted, but also enhance and speed up the process.
The definitive goal of the It Works wrap is to feel better in the most natural and healthy way possible. As Dr. Don explains, the strongest suit of the applicator as a vanity product rests within its ability to “get attention through users’ immediate results.” However, the benefits of the applicator as a health product fostering skin rejuvenation and reducing inflammation are undoubtedly unmatched. It’s true: you can look AND feel better!
Using the most advanced nutrition, every It Works ingredient can be considered “food for the skin, allowing it to do what it wants and needs on its own.” The process of skin renewal is a vital component of maintaining good skin health. The natural active ingredients in the applicator target the processes of skin rejuvenation to produce multifaceted results inside and out of the body.
The applicator’s ingredients help the body to increase the rate at which the skin regenerates itself. Skin growth progresses as new skin from the basal layer grows outwards, the skin’s top layer hardens and dies, then falls off. The ingredients in applicator work to “turn back the hands of time on your skin” simply through substantive, natural nutrition.
Through the cell life process, waste materials are naturally formed and require removal.
Not to worry! It is natural that results vary and some users may encounter a plateau along their journey. In order to sensitize the body and obtain the maximum benefit of the Ultimate Body Applicator, Dr. Don recommends that you stop applicator usage for 1-2 weeks before returning back to regular use. However, be assured that regardless of visual results, you are giving nutrient-packed food to the body helping to decrease local inflammation and renew the skin. In fact, Dr. Don emphasizes that the applicator’s nutritional value is so advantageous for skin rejuvenation, that even if its ingredients did not assist toning, firming, and tightening, the numerous health benefits would remain triumphant over vanity benefits. To experience more efficient, increased skin effects, it is also recommended that the applicator is applied directly onto the skin.
The most important thing to remember is that the Ultimate Body Applicator is simultaneously beneficial as a health and vanity product. It Works wants our customers to “love the way the applicator feels on the body and love the way it makes your skin feel.” The product works to the desires of your skin and its natural processes – offering great nutrients to aid renewal. As Dr. Don reiterates belief is extremely important! Our formulators have made it easy, so let the application perform the work and simply allow yourself to just use the system. Positive attitude is key; but the Ultimate Body Applicator is not solely spiritual, rather it translates into physiology as well. Optimism, minimal stress levels, and positivity help to prevent the acidification of the body and foster an alkaline body aligned for a “garden of health.”
Filled with essential vitamins for the skin, the applicator gives the body what it wants and needs to stay healthy. As the largest organ system of the body, it is crucial to properly nourish the skin. With the ability to target specific areas of improvement, the results of the Ultimate Body Applicator are more effective than the simple diet. Within four days, the ingredients work on the surface and into the tissue.
In order to obtain 100 percent benefit of the product and allow the nutrients to work in their entirety, it is recommended not to use the applicator more than every 72 hours.
Recall that the aim of the applicator is to tone, firm, and tighten the skin. Share the results of the Ultimate Body Applicator, increase confidence, and as Dr. Don encourages, “Become a product of a product.”
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Here is a list of 100 short and sweet weight loss tips! Courtesy of Dr. Oz.
- Automate your eating by planning your meals ahead of time. That way you’re less likely to make an unhealthy last-minute food choice.
- Oats are your friends! Eating a cup of oatmeal in the morning will prevent you from gorging in the afternoon.
- Foods with healthy fats such as olives, salmon and walnuts help you feel satisfied.
- Skipping meals can cause your body to go into a fat-storing starvation mode, making it harder to burn calories.
- Got nuts with nuts. Eating a handful of nuts will help you stay full. Try soaking them in water for a different texture.
- Use meditation to help you cope with chronic stress, which can lead you to crave feel-good carbs.
- You may be used to fried foods but there are other, sometimes healthier, ways to cook including: roasting, steaming, poaching, baking, braising and broiling.
- Do your grocery shopping with a list and a time limit; that way, you’re less likely to stray into the processed foods section.
- Don’t confuse thirst with hunger. Drink a glass of water when you feel hungry to see if that’s what you’re really craving.
- When out at a restaurant, ask the server to hold the bread, snack mix or chips and salsa that might come before the meal. If you’re hungry, you’ll be tempted.
- Tired of eating your salad on a plate? Fill a whole wheat pita with salad and a splash of lemon for a twist.
- You might do better to replace an occasional dinner with a nice roll in the hay. Healthy sex may help control the amount of food you eat and it’s great exercise.
- Create emergency packs filled with healthy foods such as nuts, fruits or sliced vegetables to help you avoid unhealthy temptations.
- Add red pepper flakes to your pantry. When eaten early in the day, red pepper lowers the amount of food you’ll eat later.
- Odds are you’re eating too fast. Try holding a conversation while having a meal so you’re not gulping down more than you need to feel full.
- Take a brisk walk before lunch or dinner. Not only will you get in some exercise, you’re less likely to choose something unhealthy after a little movement.
- Looking for the benefits of salmon but you don’t feel comfortable cooking fish? Try canned salmon as a simple and affordable alternative.
- Are your dishes too big? A healthy dinner should fit on a 9-inch plate. You may find that kid-sized plates are more appropriately sized to feed an adult!
- Never eat any snack food out of the box, carton or bag it came in. You’re less likely to overeat if you separate snacks into appropriate fist-sized servings.
- Boost your metabolism with some green tea or chili peppers.
- Get your Zzzzzs. Sleep deprivation alters levels of hormones in the body that regulate hunger, causing an increase in appetite.
- Muscle burns at least four times as many calories as fat does, so try twenty minutes of strength straining two to three times a week.
- Decaf coffee is a great low-calorie fluid when you’re having cravings (and a great source of antioxidants).
- Eating liquid-based foods such as natural smoothies and low-sodium soup can help you cut back on calories yet feel full.
- A pedometer can help keep track of your steps. If you’re not getting 10,000 steps a day, you’re not moving enough.
- Natural applesauce is an excellent dip for fruits such as bananas and melons.
- Take every opportunity to move around, even in small ways. Studies show fidgety people tend to be skinnier.
- Identify the emotional triggers that lead you to seek unhealthy comfort food. Picture your goal weight the next time a trigger strikes to help you resist temptation.
- Use a vegetable bean dip such as hummus instead of ranch dressing or a fatty cream-based dip.
- People who regularly weigh themselves and keep track of their progress in a journal are more likely to lose weight.
- Use a dash of cinnamon to give fruits such as bananas and melons a richer dessert feel without the sugar.
- Give your protein extra low-calorie flavor by adding a salsa or chutney instead of a gooey cream sauce.
- Distracted dining will get you in trouble. Avoid eating in front of a television or in a movie theater, as you’re bound to consume more calories.
- Pass on pop. You’ll be amazed by how much weight you drop by simply switching to water.
- Beware of “fat-free” or “zero trans fats” foods as you could be trading fats for huge amounts of sugar or sodium.
- Try drinking skim milk at breakfast instead of juice. Overweight people who drank skim milk for breakfast ate fewer calories
- Sugarless chewing gum can suppress your appetite in a pinch.
- Snack attack! Puree peaches, berries or pears for a sweet spread to go on pita chips.
- If you’re having trouble getting started, make a small move such as starting an eating log or buying walking shoes. You’re three times more likely to follow through if you start with small gestures such as these.
- Always have vegetables on hand. Saute a big bag of frozen mixed vegetables in olive oil and garlic. Add some red pepper or turmeric for additional flavor and separate into portion-sized containers for the fridge.
- Edamame (soy beans) are a great low-cost snack. Look for them in the frozen foods section.
- Soups can be both filling and comforting. Try making a garden or bean soup with low-salt broth and store in portion-sized cups for later.
- Save time and money during the week by buying lean protein such as chicken breasts in bulk and cooking a week’s worth on Sunday night.
- Save the kitchen and the dining room table for cooking and eating. Try not to use it as a place to do work or other activities, or you may be tempted to eat more.
- If food was your only source of pleasure, make sure to reconnect with other things you enjoy — music, sports, volunteer work or movies, for example.
- Try to have a little lean protein with each meal, as protein tends to be more satisfying than carbs or fats.
- Think ahead to how you’ll eat and exercise on the weekends. It’s easy to get too relaxed on Saturdays and Sundays, but healthy living is a 7-day-a-week endeavor.
- Dump the junk food. If you want to avoid temptation, make sure you clean out the fridge and the pantry
- When you eat calorie-friendly fruits and vegetables that are in season, they tend to taste better and you’re more likely to enjoy them.
- People who eat breakfast have a better shot at losing and maintaining weight loss.
- Replace your scale with a tape measure. Aim for 32 1/2 inches or less for women and 35 inches or less for men.
- Make sure you check food labels and avoid anything with more than 4 grams of sugar, especially high-fructose corn syrup, per serving.
- Eat a fiber-filled apple before a meal to help you feel full faster.
- Opt for peanut butter or almond butter spreads instead of cream cheese or butter.
- Remember these five essential smoothie ingredients: frozen berries, a banana, skim milk, a teaspoon of honey and a teaspoon of psyllium seed husks.
- Researchers found that dieters who ate eggs in the morning were less hungry than those who ate carb-heavy meals.
- The omega-3 fatty acids in salmon may dial up your body’s ability to burn fat, especially if you add some exercise.
- A Mediterranean diet not only comes with heart benefits, studies show it leads to more weight loss than low-fat diets.
- Replace your regular pasta noodles with whole wheat pasta for a more filling meal.
- When eating out, ask your server to point out the healthiest options on the menu.
- You don’t have to make a three-digit number your weight loss goal. Aim for a certain dress size or waist measurement.
- Go lean with bean protein. Beans are an affordable and healthy alternative to meats and are wonderfully filling.
- Energize plain-tasting proteins such as eggs or chicken with metabolism-boosting chili pepper sauce.
- Try a plain Greek yogurt with frozen berries for a pre-workout boost.
- Turn dinner into a healthy lunch the next day by wrapping your lean leftovers in a whole wheat wrap. Add a little Dijon mustard or curry powder for added flavor.
- Eat a rainbow of colors. Have at least one brightly colored fruit or vegetable in each meal, and, if appropriate, eat the skins — that’s where you’ll find a powerhouse of antioxidants.
- Make an office snack box of your own so you’re not tempted by your colleague’s candy bowl. Fill it with small individually packaged portions of soy chips, almonds and dried fruit.
- For a thicker, creamier texture, choose low-fat, unsweetened Greek yogurt. Loaded with protein, calcium and natural probiotics, it makes for a tasty snack any time.
- If you’re ‘cooking’ food in the microwave, chances are you’re eating unhealthy packaged foods. If you must microwave, consider soy chicken patties, veggie burgers or steamer vegetables and brown rice.
- Make your wardrobe match your goals. As you lose weight donate the clothes that no longer fit you as an incentive to stay on track.
- Pick up a 5- or 10-pound weight at the gym and visualize that weight coming off. Holding the weight in your hands helps bring home just how heavy even 5 pounds of extra fat can be.
- If you find yourself at a weight loss plateau, up the duration of your exercise routine by five minutes.
- Pounding out your meat will help healthier portions go a longer way visually, and it’s good stress relief.
- Silken tofu makes a wonderful replacement for cream in some recipes.
- Save 85 calories just by swapping mustard for mayonnaise in a sandwich.
- Do your best to ensure you’re not eating after 7 o’clock at night. You’re more likely to make unhealthy choices and less likely to sleep as well after a late meal.
- Try a pasta-less spaghetti by mixing shredded zucchini, veggie meatballs and raw tomato sauce seasoned with a dash of zesty oregano.
- Fresh herbs can really zing up a healthy meal. Try growing some in the kitchen using a strawberry pot. Preserve the flavor by adding fresh herbs at the end of the cooking process
- Fast food is salty food. If you cut back on the salt, in a few weeks you’ll be able to better taste the natural salts in food and may not crave the junk as much as you used to.
- The rub on ground turkey is that it’s dry. Add some olive oil and finely blended onions to a turkey burger or turkey meatball to enhance its juiciness.
- If you’re trying to lose weight with your significant other, pack each other’s lunches. The lunchbox surprises will keep the both of you motivated.
- If you’re eating out, make salad the appetizer. Most starters are fried and come with unhealthy dips or sauces.
- Savory ‘umami’ ingredients such as mushrooms, low-sodium soy, asparagus and olives can help you feel full and add an earthy, home-y quality to your healthy-dishes.
- Make it a point to use the steps whenever possible. Use the bathroom on a different floor at work, take the stairs at the bus station, the airport or the mall.
- Try baking apple slices as a healthy alternative to potato chips.
- Eating water-rich foods such as melons, tomatoes and celery can help fill you up without adding too many calories to your day.
- Avocados can be your secret weight loss partners. They’re high in fiber and healthy fats, giving you a meaty-tasting meat alternative.
- A handful of unsalted pumpkin seeds make for a healthy mid-day snack. They’re rich in magnesium, which helps lower blood pressure.
- Keeping good posture will not only strengthen your core, but will also add a small extra-calorie burn, because you’re working slightly harder to maintain the position.
- Cravings can sneak up on you when you’re tired. Try taking a nap if you feel yourself wanting some junk food.
- Share your weight loss goals with your friends and family. Make it a positive life change and ask for their encouragement.
- Take a photo of yourself each week so you can see your physical transformation.
- Store-bought salad dressings can be packed with calories. Make your own vinaigrette and store it in a small spray bottle to coat your greens without over-dressing them.
- Yoga may be relaxing but you can also get a good workout. An hour of yoga can burn up to 350 calories.
- Get familiar with quinoa — a wonderful grain that’s easy to cook and goes great with sauteed vegetables or mushrooms.
- Ditch the mayo, cheese and top bun if you want to scrape off 250 calories from a restaurant sandwich.
- Resistance bands are a comfortable and affordable at-home exercise option for strength straining.
- Use the freezer to add some extra oomph to summer foods. Freeze grapes for some bite-sized delights. Or get a popsicle mold and freeze some Greek yogurt with berries.
- Wrap up any extra food you’ve cooked before you sit down to a meal so you’re not tempted to get seconds.
- Take a 30-second break in the middle of your meal. Evaluate just how hungry you still are before getting back to your food.
Life is too short to be anything but happy. Wouldn’t you agree? Happiness is the only true measure of personal success. Making other people happy is also an expression of success, but it’s almost impossible to make others happy if you’re not happy yourself.
With that in mind, here are ten habits that can immediately increase the amount of happiness in your life:
If there’s any big truth about life, it’s that it usually lives up to (or down to) your expectations. Therefore, when you rise from bed, make your first thought: “Something wonderful is going to happen today!” Guess what? You will most likely be right! It’s all about The Law Of Attraction!
Any fear or worry you have are just thoughts. Any negativity is a figment of your imagination, so to speak. Which means if you apply yourself to think positively, your stressors will vanish. Think positively and live positively!
Studies show that people who are more physically active have more pleasant-activated feelings than people who are less active. Even if it’s a brisk walk in the neighborhood, being active can boost your happiness!
Did you know that smiling makes you happier? Yep, there’s a serious mind-body connection there, in your left frontal cortex to be exact, which is the area of your brain that registers happiness. Also, research shows that smiling is contagious. So by smiling more, you increase your happiness and the happiness of others!
Being confident about who you are is an important step to happiness. Recognizing what you love about yourself first will make you much happier to be in your own skin. Start by making a list of all of the things you love about yourself, whether it’s your free spirit, your work ethic, or your shiny hair. Confidence is happiness!
Confidence is the key to happiness, but if you’re so confident that you don’t recognize where there’s room for improvement, you won’t be seeing your real self and may be an unpleasant person to be around. You don’t have to beat yourself, but simply recognize what can be improved.
Never forget how lucky you are to be you. If you spend so much time obsessing about your flaws and things you want to change, you’ll never be fully happy just being yourself. Realize the good that you have and appreciate it. There’s always someone who is happy with less than what you have.
Anger and upsetting feelings are often inevitable, but that doesn’t mean you have to give into those feelings. Accept anger if you must, but know when it’s time to move on. Harboring negative feelings can be detrimental. Access any situation that is upsetting, do what you can, and know when you can’t do anything. Know the necessary time to be upset and know when to move on.
Relationships are the most important overall contributor to happiness. People with strong and broad social relationships are happier, healthier and live longer. Close relationships with family and friends provide love, meaning, support and increase our feelings of self worth.
Just before you go to bed, write down at least one wonderful thing that happened. It might be something as small as a making a child laugh or something as huge as a million dollar deal. Whatever it is, be grateful for that day because it will never come again.