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  • Etiology of Obesity
    Obesity occurs when the body’s energy intake is out of balance with its expenditure over an extended period.
    The balance can be upset either by increased intake (eg, through a high-fat, high-calorie diet) or decreased expenditure (eg, through a sedentary lifestyle). A genetic predisposition to obesity accelerates the process.
    Treating obesity involves shifting the balance so that expenditure exceeds intake.
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    • 1. UNIVERSAL BUSINESS APPROACH Product Herbalife for Everybody 1
    • 2. “There will come a day when this product will be in every home.” 2
    • 3. Product Training • Today… 9 • Education • Facts & Statistics • What our body needs • Cellular Nutrition • Weight Management Programs • Targeted Products 9
    • 4. Dietary Factors are Associated with 4 of the 10 Leading Causes of Death in the India. 10 • Heart Disease • Cancer • Stroke • Diabetes 10
    • 5. Indian Medical Association. 11 70% of all deaths are from: heart disease cancer Stroke 70% of all doctor visits are from diet-related conditions 50% of these deaths are diet related. 11
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    • 10. Excesses in the diet that lead to these health challenges, 16
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    • 16. What does the human body need? 22
    • 17. Macronutrients - carbohydrates, fats and oils, proteins and amino acids, and water Micronutrients - vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals 23
    • 18. Protein to help build and maintain lean muscle mass Carbs provide the body's main source of energy Unsaturated fats to achieve and maintain a healthy heart Vitamins & minerals for growth and development Exercise & relaxation for a healthy heart A Lot! Omega 3 Fatty Acid for healthy heart, brain and healthy function of eyes, skin, joints, hair and immune system Fiber to support the body’s natural elimination of waste and toxins Water for hydration & More Herbs Nutrients and healing properties 24
    • 19. Why Breakfast? 25
    • 20. Where does poor nutrition begin? 26
    • 21. It begins every day in the morning 27
    • 22. Types of modern breakfast •Carb based breakfast •So called “balanced” breakfast that still has excess carbs •No breakfast 28
    • 23. What have you had for breakfast today? 29
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    • 27. Modern kids breakfast 33
    • 28. NUTRITION DURING THE DAY AS A RESULT OF A POOR BREAKFAST 34
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    • 31. People believe they eat with their eyes Eyes have nothing to do with it – it’s the pancreas! Pancreas is an organ of our body which produces gastric juices and insulin 37
    • 32. Why is breakfast REALLY the most important Meal of the day? PANCREAS RULES US 38
    • 33. How it works… 39
    • 34. The human body consists of 100’s of trillions of cells and requires 114 different nutrients. These nutrients come ONLY from the food that we eat. 40
    • 35. Besides, your body has spent 1 liter of water during the night through breathing, sweating and morning visit to the bathroom. A body that is 2% dehydrated (which you can’t feel) can translate into 20% loss of energy 41
    • 36. What we ate yesterday gave us energy and nutrients to regenerate cells and tissues of our body How did our body spend all this? ENERGY Nutrients to restore cells and tissues Fats Carbs DAY ??? NIGHT MORNING Proteins 42
    • 37. Our body wakes up in the morning and demands 114 nutrients! And what do we give it? 43
    • 38. But we give Simple Carbs= Sugar! (or nothing) 44
    • 39. By raising the blood sugar level, you force your pancreas to overproduce insulin. Insulin removes extra sugar from the blood and the excess of it turns into fat. As a result, blood sugar level drops, often below the level you woke up with. Now you are feeling hungry and weak as your brain lacks sugar. It’s a reason behind cravings. To overcome hunger, you again need simple carbohydrates (chocolate, sweet coffee, sandwiches, sweets, cookies, doughnuts, soft drinks and juices, etc.) which again raise your blood sugar level and free you of hunger and weakness. Each sugar “injection” is followed by the insulin surge. 45
    • 40. This cycle repeats itself several times a day and you develop dependence on carbs. The excess of carbs makes the pancreas work at constant overload. It’s one of the most common reasons for developing diabetes. Besides, excess blood sugar damages blood vessels. Excessive sugar will be again and again turned into extra fat. 46
    • 41. Results are the same if you skip your breakfast Difference of few hours 47
    • 42. This vicious cycle leads to an overweight state which can then lead to other health challenges 48
    • 43. http://www.india-diet-shop.com What are the results of this? 40% 20% Percentage of Corporal Fat 49
    • 44. The criteria of a good breakfast. It should… 1. Provide the body with all vital nutrients 2. Provide the body with energy from Protein source 3. Provide the body with water 4. Help to maintain a normal blood sugar level 50
    • 45. Balanced protein-based breakfast Such a breakfast supplies our body with all vital nutrients and energy without increasing blood sugar and insulin levels. It helps to avoid dependence on carbs during the day. In this way, appetite stays under control, cravings for carbs (snack, chocolate, pastry, junk, soft drink etc) diminish and the body uses its own stored fats to get more energy 51
    • 46. Where can you get this kind of breakfast ? 52
    • 47. From our Company called Herbalife 53
    • 48. Basic program of good nutrition Morning Time Afresh Herbal Tea Formula 1 Nutrition Shake + Afresh Herbal Tea in 2 liters of water 54
    • 49. NUTRITION CLUB: CLUB PRODUCT FLYER 55
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    • 51. Who needs a good breakfast? • Grown-ups • Health-challenged and healthy people • Thin people and people with extra weight • Sports-oriented people and couch potatoes •Rich and poor •Patients and doctors 57
    • 52. Everybody needs a good breakfast! We can help many people improve their eating habits and their health. ...It means our prospects of building business are limitless. 58
    • 53. WORKING WITH CUSTOMERS •SIMPLE EXPLANATION •NO CONFLICT WITH OTHER DIETS •NO EXPECTATION OF RESULTS •IMMEDIATE IMPRESSIVE RESULTS •GOOD FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY •SIMPLE FOLLOW-UP What have you had for breakfast today? 59
    • 54. CELLULAR NUTRITION Afresh & F1 Healthy Breakfast 60
    • 55. Prices in India Products Weight loss Breakfast Price per unit Formula 1 3 1.5 Rs.1499/- PPP 2 0 Rs.890/- Afresh Tea 1 1 Rs.558/- Weight loss Total Breakfast Total Rs.6835/Rs.2806/61
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