MANAGER EXTRA June 2009 Tasty Treats— NSP Recipe Booklet Issue
Come Back toLas Vegas forConvention 2009 You’re invited to attend NSP’s NationalConvention August 24–28 at the Paris LasVegas Hotel. Be there in person for the launchof several great new products. Hear frominspirational speakers and health experts,including “change expert” Gary Coxe and Dr.Mark Hyman, co-author of Ultraprevention,the Six-Week Plan that Will Make You Healthyfor Life. The Paris Las Vegas is known for comfort, style andtaste. It features meeting and sleeping rooms thatare separate from the casinos. Las Vegas is easilyaccessible via most major airlines. Bring your newmanagers so they can experience their first NSP eventwith us—in the place where NSP’s first convention washeld back in 1976! Check your May bonus statement to see if youqualify. Registration fees and buy-in costs: Regular pricing Sunshine Select Registration $60 $30 Meetings only $250 $125 Convention for 1 $750* $600 Convention for 2 $1,400* $1,100 *based on double occupancy. Please call Customer Service at1-800-223-8225 for complete details.Register online June 15–July 10at www.naturessunshine.com.
Global Sponsoring Reaching beyond Your BordersOver the past few decades, our economy has become truly global.Your NSP business can be global too! Nature’s Sunshine is making iteasier than ever to expand your business around the globe.Did you know you can now sponsor people in 40 countries? NSP’sseamless global sponsoring program allows you to add people toyour successline directly from our new website, and participate ineach country’s compensation plan. New members can order productsavailable in their country and sell products to friends, growing theirown NSP business.
The Click Heard ‘round the WorldWe’ve recently launched a new and vastly improved global sponsoringwebsite, www.nspisp.com, with new features and tools to makesponsoring internationally simpler than ever. This new site features: • nformation on global sponsoring in eight I languages • he ability to sponsor a distributor in any T NSP MLM country • ccess to global successline information A • ccess to global bonus information A • nswers to Frequently Asked Questions A • uccess Stories from all over the world S • “Contact Us” section A • library of relevant documents for each A NSP MLM country, including compensation plans, pricing, application forms, policies and procedures, etc. • nteractive tutorials that provide a I step-by-step guide through the global sponsoring process, complete with audio and visual effects • olicies for global sponsoring PWhether you’re looking to advance in rank or just want to startexploring the global sponsoring opportunity, you’ll find all of thetools and information you need. Explore www.nspisp.com today, andsee how your NSP business can grow beyond your borders.
A n n o u n ce m e n t sSunshine Select Qualification Reminder: TAC Alaska 2009Ends June 30 If you qualified for and plan to join June is the last month to qualify for us on the TAC Alaska cruise, you mustSunshine Select status for the current register online between June 9–July 2.term. Achieve your goals and earn a 5%discount on all of your regular purchases Wanted to Buyfor the next six months. And get special Viral Recovery and Incontinencepricing for NSP events and exclusive homeopathics, Nature’s Phenyltol®product samples. Call Customer Service if (original formula), Vegetableyou have any questions on your Sunshine Seasoning Broth, SynerProTein®Select qualification status. View your (original flavor). Nanette Gil, 1-661-Sunshine Select goals online anytime! 323-4658.Take Sunshine Wherever You Go! As part of our ongoing Season of Sunshine, we’re excited tooffer new Sunshine Blend. This special combination of essentialoils reflects NSP’s outlook—sunny and warm! It contains 100%pure, cold-pressed essential oils from Lemon, Orange, PinkGrapefruit and Lime. This bright, clean aroma helps uplift,invigorate, inspire and bring balance to the body, mind and spirit.(Available while supplies last.) Stock Direct Mem to Sugg. Product QV No. Cost Mem Retail 3965-7 Sunshine Blend (5 ml) $7.95 7.95 $9.15 $11.95E v e n t s C a l e n d a rAll-NEW for 2009! Natural Business Training Webinar Product TrainingHealth and Education July 15 Wednesday FREE NSPWebinarsSeminars Coming Events Join the Product FocusExperience three new courses: Aug. 24–28 Webinar. Log in at any of theUnderstanding Nature’s National Convention available times: 11 a.m. (LIVE),Pharmacy, The Seven-Step Paris Hotel 3 p.m., 6 p.m., 8 p.m., 10 p.m.Candida Solution and Change Las Vegas, Nevada Mountain Time. Register atYour Brain, Change Your Life. www.NSPwebinars.com. Or Clarification listen by phone. Dial 1-712-June Leaders Conference 20106 Kansas City, Mo. 432-0453, PIN#8626 (not a Please note the new date toll-free call). Next message27 Baton Rouge, La. for next year’s Leaders available from noon April 8 toAugust Conference: noon April 9.1 Houston, Texas Feb. 18-21 in Orlando, Fla. at15 Atlanta, Ga. the Peabody Hotel. We hope June 3 Wednesday you’ll plan to join us! ChlorophyllSeptember12 Birmingham, Ala. July 8 Wednesday Cleveland, Ohio EverFlex Denver, Colo. Aug. 12 Wednesday Oak Brook, Ill. Nutri-Calm Sept. 9 Wednesday Probiotics For complete details, go to www.naturessunshine.com. Call Customer Service at 1-800-223-8225 to register for a school or seminar. For information on seminars in Spanish, visit our website, or call 1-800-321-4652. Dates and locations are subject to change. ID: 1007815 Market: Belarus
Celebrating 37 Years of Sunshine and Happiness… 2009 truly is a Season of Sunshine.The bright, sunny, yellow blossom of St.John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) isproven to support the nervous system andpromote positive mental attitude and mood.
Pairing Up for SuccessBreak Out New Managers withthe Sunshine 500 Program WeWhat’s Sunshine 500? paid over Sunshine 500 allows Members to reach $120,000Manager rank faster. Managers, pair up two to sponsoring Managers as partof your Members from different lines. If of our Marchboth Members earn at least 500 QV in the pre-launchsame month and each sponsors at least two bonus!new members, they are considered Managersfor that month! It’s that simple! Over 700 teamshave been paired!Benefits and Bonuses In any month a registered Member pair qualifies, they’llreceive Manager-level rebates and commissions PLUS a $50bonus. If the pair qualifies for three consecutive months, they’lleach receive an ADDITIONAL $100 bonus! (Pairs can repeatthree-month cycle.) As the sponsoring Manager, you’ll be paid normal overrides.And every time one of your Member pairs qualifies for threeconsecutive months, you’ll receive a $200 upline Managerbonus! You can earn this as many times (and for as many pairs)as it is achieved before the program ends! You also receivebonus QV for Sunshine Select, National Convention and TAC.Start Now! Call NSP Customer Service (1-800-223-8225) to register yourMembers in pairs before July 31, 2009. As long as a Memberpair is registered AND has at least one month of programqualification by the end of July, they may continue to participatethrough June 2010.NOTES• he Group QV requirement increases from 500 to 750 in January 2010. T• unshine 500 participants are still eligible for all normal pay, perks and promotions. S• n order to qualify in a given month, BOTH of the paired Members must personally sponsor at least two new Members I AND achieve at least 500 Group QV (with 100 Personal QV or more).• f either of the paired Members falls short on either requirement in a given month, then normal compensation plan rules I apply to both Members. Sunshine 500 Managers may not pend or hold. See the Sunshine 500 page on our website for PDF flyers, complete rules and regulations.
Top 50 Successline QV for First Quarter 20091. Jack Ritchason, Calif. 26. Solomon Anna Wickey, Ind.2. Dave Susie Burke, Texas 27. usan Stevenson and S3. Frank Irene Miesse, Ohio Robert Bertha Stevenson, Ga.4. Denise Pasillas, Calif. 28. Greg Smith Dale Oaks, Calif.5. Jim Linda Jenks, Nev. 29. Vincent Marcia Luse, Ariz.6. Harry Lyman, Nev. 30. Nanette Gil, Calif.7. Joan Vandergriff Donita Wiggins, Texas 31. Don Kay Lubecke, Ariz.8. RoseAnn Dan Miesse, Ohio 32. Marjorie Ward, Calif.9. Kenneth, Jr. Bonnie Stejskal, Texas 33. Sharon Lang, Ariz.10. Mique Bashaw Kirk Bashaw, Va. 34. John Ruth Fitzgerald, Fla.11. Glenn Norma Whitney Trust, Calif. 35. Margaret Brignolo, Ga.12. Wayne Jeanette Chaney, Calif. 36. Bonnie Clayton, Mo.13. Jacquelyn Bahr Pinkham, Colo. 37. Darl, Dale Mary Stoops, Ohio14. Roger Shirley Price, Ariz. 38. Verna Miller, Ariz.15. Gerald Loretta Flora, Ind. 39. Alex Louise Brensike, Texas16. Jonas Ada Yoder, Ohio 40. Richard Joyce Williams, Va.17. Daniel Marilyn Inman, Ohio 41. Joy Marshall Pam Joseph, Ariz.18. Ashlie Overman Emily James, Fla. 42. Jean Ron Weddle, Ill.19. Rolene Barnard, Calif. 43. Richard Carol Dicks, N.J.20. Judy James, Tenn. 44. Leona Eugene Reams, Kan.21. Jennifer Weiss, Calif. 45. Lloyd Lucille Ernst, Okla.22. Charles Molitor, Ore. 46. Charlie Allred, Ala.23. enneth Evelyn Moore and K 47. Ardyce Serge Sviatzky, Calif. Dennis Moore, Neb. 48. Lee Ruth Farley, Texas24. Wayne Velma Keith, Utah 49. Edith Timberman, N.J.25. Stacey Killpack, Utah 50. Mary Charles Grisham, Texas Top 50 by Group QV for First Quarter 20091. Michael Kathleen Velez, Iowa 26. Linda Lee Clark, Calif.2. Name requested withheld 27. Ivy Bridge, Calif.3. John Roxanne Howlett, Tenn. 28. Gwen Orman, Va.4. Terry-Lynn Hall, S.C. 29. Misty Chaney, Ind.5. Dori Cranmore, Alaska 30. Tonja Wells, Texas6. Rhonda Phillip Dial, Ala. 31. Patricia William Adams, Calif.7. Frank Irene Miesse, Ohio 32. Joseph Veronique Desrosiers, N.J.8. Donna Randal Watkins, Va. 33. Jake Elizabeth Schwartz, Ind.9. Ann Wade Mindy Wade, Mich. 34. Marjorie Lundien, Mo.10. Hannah Simmons, Pa. 35. Cindy Michael Schmillen, Idaho11. Matthew Nell Stauffer, Colo. 36. Teresa Roger Bertke, Ohio12. Eliezer Sandra Ben-Joseph, Texas 37. Loring Hammer, Calif.13. Lizzie Smith, N.C. 38. etty Frank Russell and Nicole B14. Toni Robert Holland, Ariz. Jay Betz, Kan.15. Darlene Haberer, N.C. 39. Ruby Lawler, Texas16. Brenda Montrella, Pa. 40. Solomon Anna Wickey, Ind.17. ichard Slayton R 41. Rafeek Khan, Fla. Dottie Eggeman, Nev. 42. Deborah Mohrman, N.C.18. Jennifer Cheeseman, Ohio 43. Kenneth, Jr. Bonnie Stejskal, Texas19. Ron Mary Ward, Ill. 44. Jack Ann Souther, Fla.20. Beverly Brown, Minn. 45. Patricia Parker, W. Va.21. Paul Sharon Tsui, Texas 46. Lillian Ronzio, Pa.22. Alex Louise Brensike, Texas 47. Pamela Shouse, Fla.23. Dennis Diane Reed, Ind. 48. Alan Prebilsky, Calif.24. Nanette Gil, Calif. 49. Laurence Debra Smith, Idaho25. Elizabeth Baker, Mich. 50. Hannah James Pavick, Calif.
The Sweet Life Is More Healthful…Nature’sSweet LifeXylitol Bulk:• astes just like sugar with T no artificial aftertaste.• eplaces sugar in most R recipes (heat stable). Use 50–75% of what the recipe requires. Not recommended for yeast pastries or hard candy.• rovides 0 grams of net P carbs per serving.• upplies 40% fewer S calories than sugar.• s safe for diabetics, I hypoglycemics, children and pregnant women.• elps prevent cavity- H causing bacteria from adhering to teeth.• as a low glycemic index H of 7. (By comparison, sugar’s is 87.)• s 100% natural. I Stock No. Product Direct Cost QV Mem. to Mem. Sugg. Retail 5435-3 Xylitol Bulk (1 lb.) $8.95 4.00 $10.30 $13.45
Desserts: Chocolate Easy Xylitol Cheesecake Jeanne Calabretta 2 (8 oz). packages of cream cheese (softened) ½ cup Xylitol 1 tablespoon real vanilla extract 2 eggs 4 Nature’s Sweet Life chocolate bars, crushed Combine cream cheese and eggs. Then continue beating in the rest of the ingredients except chocolate. Fold in chocolate bars. Pour into a chocolate graham cracker crust. Bake at 350 degrees for 30–40 minutes. Frani’s Chocolate Clusters Carlos Guerrero Melt 14 Nature’s Sweet Life chocolate bars (mix or match flavors). Add your favorite nuts (walnuts, almonds, macadamia). Add dried fruit (cranberries, cherries, blueberries). Pick one or mix flavors. Scoop spoonfuls of mixture onto foil and refrigerate. Eat without guilt.Submit a recipe anytime at email@example.com.
1Healthy ChocolateRobert LankeringMix ingredients in a saucepan at medium heat:Unsweetened chocolate almond milk; use 2 cups for soft icing effect or 1½ cups for harder candy bar texture.8 oz. (one box, 8 blocks) of Baker’s unsweetened chocolate4 heaping tablespoons of Xylitol1 teaspoon of vanillaorganic raisins raw unsalted nuts (optional)Continually stir until chocolate blocks melt and mixture thickens.Pour into baking dish and DO NOT cover until cool. When cool,cover and put in refrigerator.Chocolate ChunkZucchini CookiesSharla Butler1 spice cake mix¾ cup applesauce1 cup shredded zucchini3–4 Nature’s Sweet Life Plain chocolate barsMix cake mix, applesauce and zucchini with electric mixer fortwo minutes. Chop up chocolate bars and fold into batter. Dropby rounded tablespoon onto greased cookie sheet and bake at 350degrees for 10 minutes.
2 Desserts: Chocolate Good for You Chocolate Cake Ganache Charlene Butler 1 can (15 oz.) whole beets, drained (save juice) 1 cup vegetable oil 3 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla ½ cup beet juice ¾ cup Xylitol ¼ teaspoon salt 1 ¾ cups flour 1 ½ teaspoon baking soda 3 (1 oz.) squares of unsweetened chocolate, melted Sift together, salt flour and baking soda. Set aside. Place beets in blender and puree. Add Xylitol, oil and beet juice to blender. Blend and add eggs and vanilla. Blend well. Pour beet mixture in mixing bowl and add dry ingredients. Mix on medium speed for 1 minute. Stir in melted chocolate. Pour batter into two greased and floured 8 inch cake pans. Bake 350 degrees for 25–30 minutes. Remove from pans and let cool. This cake is MUCH better the next day. Making it a day in advance is best. Submit a recipe anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3Ganache1 ¼ cups heavy cream3 tablespoons butter1 ¾ cups Xylitol2 (8 oz.) packages of unsweetened Hershey’s® chocolateIn a heavy sauce pan, heat cream, Xylitol and butter. Heatuntil butter is melted and mixture is very hot, but not boiling.Stir constantly while heating. Remove from heat and addchocolate. Mix until chocolate is melted and frosting starts tothicken. Frost cooled cakes. This recipe will frost four single-layer cakes.Serve with raspberries and raspberry puree.
4 Desserts: Non-chocolate Ginger Cookies The Dohertys 1 cup sunflower oil 1 cup blackstrap molasses 2 eggs 1 ¾ cup Xylitol 3 ½ cups whole wheat pastry flour 1 cup rolled rye or oats 1 ½ teaspoons baking soda 5 teaspoons ginger (about 20 capsules) ½ teaspoon cinnamon ½ teaspoon cloves Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Mix the wet ingredients and add xylitol until liquidy. In a second bowl, combine dry ingredients. Add wet to dry and mix just until combined. Place by teaspoons onto cookie sheets and bake for 10 minutes or until somewhat firm when pressed gently. Place on cooling racks until cool. These cookies freeze well. Pumpkin Pie Christa Lynne Strite 2 cups mashed pumpkin 2 tablespoons melted butter 1 ¼ cups Xylitol ¼ teaspoon salt 2 eggs, beaten 2 heaping tablespoons flour 1 ¼ cups milk Use some of the milk to mix with flour. Make a paste and mix beaten eggs in to the flour paste. Mix pumpkin, butter, xylitol and salt. Blend the two mixtures and pour into 9” pie shell. Sprinkle cinnamon on top. Bake at 350 degrees for 60–70 minutes. Submit a recipe anytime at email@example.com.
5Grandma’s CandyMary Ann Gehman2 cups honey (or 2 cups rice syrup 1 teaspoon Stevia)6 cups peanut butter1 cup oil (or water to desired consistency)6 cups oatmeal4 cups oat bran2–4 cups Rice Krispies2 cups flax seed meal2 scoops Ultimate GreenZone powder6 tablespoons Slippery Elm bulk1 cups whey powder3 tablespoons lecithin2 scoops Nature’s Sea Calcium powder20 capsules Glyco Essentials20 capsules CollatrimCinnamon and ginger optionalShape into balls. Roll in Tofu Moo Carob and protein powder(or Nutri-Burn). This is a great way to sneak almost any herb to your children (Evening Primrose Oil, Focus Attention, Mood Elevator, etc.)
6 Desserts: Non-chocolate Blueberry Tapioca Christa Lynne Strite 4 cups water (reserve 2 cups) ⅔ cup minute tapioca 1 cup Xylitol 2 quarts frozen blueberries (or another fruit you like) Blend half of the blueberries with 2 cups water. Cook blended blueberries, remaining 2 cups water and tapioca. When almost finished, add xylitol. Let cool. Add remainder of frozen blueberries. Eat as is, over ice cream or with cake. Carob Chewies Luella Miller 2 cups pecans, ground ½ cup tahini ½ cup Tofu Moo Carob 1 teaspoon vanilla ½ teaspoon salt Mix well and form into balls. These freeze nicely.
7Pecan CakeRaquel OrozcoServes 24. Organic, gluten-free.1 cup brown rice organic flour (quinoa)¼ cup organic coconut flour¾ cup potato flour4 tablespoons margarine (non hydrogenated)2 organic eggs (cage free)6 tablespoons organic, sugar-free apple puree1 cup organic, fat free sour cream1 ½ tablespoons granulated lecithin (non GMO)1 teaspoon baking powder1 teaspoon baking soda1 teaspoon nutmeg1 teaspoon cinnamon powder1 teaspoon vanilla½ cup organic pecans (chopped, uncooked, no salt)1 ¼ cup of XylitolGrease the baking pan with grape seed oil. Donot use aluminum or glass. Mix the sour cream,margarine, 1 cup xylitol, apple puree and the eggs(whole). In another pan, mix the flour, lecithin,baking soda, baking powder and nutmeg. Now,mix both batches slowly until you have a homogeneousconsistency. Place in the previously greased baking pan.Mix the ¼ cup xylitol with half of the chopped pecans and 1teaspoon cinnamon, and spread on top of the batch (don’t place itin the oven yet). Cover it, and let it “rest” for 6 hours in the fridge.Then, place it in the oven, preheated to 350 degrees, and bake for30–35 minutes. Serve hot or cold. If you prefer to serve it cold, you can decorate it using either margarine or non- flavored yogurt mixed with Tofu- Moo Carob. You can also add more pecans and/or cherries.
8 Smoothies/Drinks Super Power Brain Drink Lyell Turner 1 scoop Berry Healthy ¾ teaspoon Focus Attention Powder (or more) 2 oz. Thai-Go 8 to 12 oz. water Blend in blender and enjoy! Great Morning Blender Drink Marti Denton 4–6 oz. plain (or vanilla) yogurt 1 oz. or so of water 1–2 capsules of Bifidophilus Flora Force ½ teaspoon Xylitol ½ cup frozen blueberries or raspberries ½–1 whole banana 1 heaping scoop Everybody’s Fiber or another NSP bulk fiber 1 heaping scoop of Ultimate GreenZone powder 1 tablespoon Liquid Chlorophyll (optional) 1–2 drops of either Lemon Bio essential oil or Pink Grapefruit Bio essential oil (optional) Place it all in the blender and blend till smooth. It is really tasty! Herbal Cappucino Dr. Lisa Kellerman 1 teaspoon Herbal Beverage 1 scoop Tofu Moo Carob Mix in 8 oz. hot water. Submit a recipe anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
9Flexibility CocktailDr. Lisa Kellerman1 scoop Nature’s Sea Calcium2 oz. Nature’s Noni Juice2 tablespoons Colloidal MineralsMix together and drink with each meal.Almond Sesame MilkMaría Dallys Caballero This is a sugar-free, lactose-free, gluten-free, cholesterol-free milk substitute.36 organic peeled almonds, uncooked and without salt36 oz. RO purified water4 tablespoons NSP Xylitol bulk1 teaspoon of Stevia1 teaspoon vanilla (natural)1 pinch cinnamon or nutmeg½ teaspoon of Vitamin C Ascorbates (natural preservative)4 teaspoons Herbal Beverage (optional)4 tablespoons organic raw carob powder (optional)4 tablespoons sesame butterCombine in a blender: 2 cups water and peeled almonds. Add theother ingredients. When it is totally blended, add the rest of water.Store it in a glass container in the fridge.Yields 4 glasses.To peel almonds: Soak them in hot water for 20 min.Then rub them.
10 Smoothies/Drinks Cocoa/Mint Delight email@example.com Steep mint tea in 8 oz. of boiling water. Add a scoop of Tofu Moo Carob and a splash of Liquid Chlorophyll. Garnish with fresh mint leaf and a shaving of Nature’s Sweet Life dark chocolate bar. Pumpkin Pie Latte Luella Miller 2 ½ cups Tofu Moo Natural 1/3 cup pumpkin puree 3 ½ tablespoons Xylitol 4 heaping teaspoons Herbal Beverage ¼ teaspoon pumpkin pie spice or ½ teaspoon cinnamon 1 ½ teaspoons vanilla extract In a small saucepan, whisk together all ingredients and simmer over medium heat, stirring occasionally for 10 minutes. Heat through but DO NOT BOIL. Serve immediately. Thai-Go Cocktail firstname.lastname@example.org Steep 1 blueberry herbal teabag with 4 oz. of boiling water. Let cool. Add 1 oz. of Thai-Go and spritz with 4 oz. of seltzer water. Garnish with slice of fresh fruit or berries. Enjoy as an afternoon energizer. Submit a recipe anytime at email@example.com.
Protein Drinks 11Herbal Beverage/SynerProTein Mocha SlushyLyell Turner2 teaspoons Herbal Beverage1 scoop SynerProTeinWater and iceSweetLeaf Stevia Chocolate drops to taste.Blend in blender.Frozen CoffeeProtein ShakeDr. Sylvia Callahan, NDIn blender container, place in this order:1 oz. almond milk, unsweetened1 oz. Coffeemate liquid (sugar-free hazelnut or creme brulee)1 oz. sugar-free Torani coffee syrup (hazelnut or English toffee)½ packet Stevia (or to taste)2 scoops Nutri-Burn VanillaCinnamon to taste1 shot decaf espresso (or 2 oz. very strong coffee), regular or decaf.Fill with small ice cubes and blend until smooth.Top with whipped cream if desired. Sprinkle whip withcinnamon and drizzle with Torani sugar-free mocha caramelor sugar-free white chocolate sauce. Enjoy! Tip: I have my espresso on a timer, so it’s ready to blend when I get up in the morning.
12 Protein Drinks Nutri-Burn Chocolate Banana Shake Frankie Avalon Wolfe, MH, PhD 2 heaping scoops of Nutri-Burn Chocolate 12 oz. ice cubes (or crushed ice if using a hand blender) 6 oz. Nature’s Spring RO water 1 tablespoon Liquid Calcium 1 frozen banana, broken or sliced to speed blending process (If you use a fresh banana, add more ice to achieve an ice cream texture.) Add all ingredients to blender and blend to a creamy, ice cream texture. You can use a hand-held blender and put all ingredients in a large plastic tumbler. (If using the tumbler and hand-held blender, use crushed ice and be sure to slice your banana.) Enjoy with a spoon! Protein Smoothies Evy Coppola 1 heaping scoop of SynerProTein 1 level scoop of Ultimate GreenZone powder 1/3 package of mixed organic or regular frozen fruit ½ or 1 banana Fresh ginger (thumbnail size piece, peeled) 16 fl. oz. of either soy milk or almond milk (vanilla, unsweetened or regular) Blend and enjoy! Don’t add any water. Serves 3. I can’t keep SynerProtein and Ultimate GreenZone on my shelf since I began offering these smoothies after yoga class. Submit a recipe anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
13Breakfast SmoothiePhil Goin2 apples2 bananasOther colored fruit of choice (blueberries, etc.)1 heaping scoop of Ultimate GreenZone powder1 heaping scoop of SynerProTein½ to ¾ cup black cherry juiceAdd a little water if it is too thick.Blend in Vita-Mixer. Yields 2 servings. Add a little Thai-Go, Recovery, Berry Healthy or other NSP drinks or fruits of your choice.
14 Snacks/Other Cinnamon Candied Nuts Jeannie Mathis, RN 2 cups raw organic pecans, almonds, hazelnuts or walnuts 1 large egg white ¾ cup Xylitol 1 ½ teaspoons water ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon Vegetable oil Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Line cookie sheet with parchment paper and brush heavily with oil. Whisk egg white until frothy. Add water, Xylitol and cinnamon. Whisk to combine. Add nuts and toss to coat. Spread nut mixture evenly over cookie sheet. Bake 20–25 minutes. Cool prior to breaking apart. Yield 12 servings, 1 ½ oz. per serving. Ultimate Green Soup Lyell Turner 2 scoops Ultimate GreenZone powder 1 vegetable bouillon cube 16 oz. hot water 4 oz. tofu Mix the Ultimate GreenZone powder and bouillon with the tofu in blender. Add hot water and mix. Submit a recipe anytime at email@example.com.
15Collatrim Chewies—thehigh-protein, energy treat!Jean FranceusPut about 1 tablespoon of sunflower seed butter or almondbutter in a small dish.Add 1 scoop of Collatrim Plus Powder.Mix together with a fork.Add more nut butter if you want to increase the caloric intakeand make it even more satisfying.Then work in some coconut, carob chips, raisins, etc.Sesame Seed BallsJaniece Goin¾ cup peanut butter or your favorite nut butter½ cup raw honey½ cup NSP SynerProTein1 cup rolled oats1 teaspoon vanilla2 tablespoons hot water½ cup toasted sesame seeds (optional)Mix all ingredients except the sesame seeds. Chill to makerolling into balls easier. Toast sesame seeds 15 minutes at 325degrees, or brown in a skillet and watch carefully. Make about1” diameter balls. Roll balls in seeds and roll in hands again sothey stick. Store in fridge or freezer if they last that long. I always make a double batch. It’s a great protein snack!
16 Personal Care Relaxing Bath Soak Christa Lynne Strite To tub of water, add: 1 cup Epsom salts 5–7 drops Lemon Bio essential oil 5–7 drops Pink Grapefruit Bio essential oil 5–7 drops Red Mandarin essential oil Peppermint oil adds a “cooling” effect. Fresh and Healthful Bath/Shower Gel Marti Denton 1 oz. water 3 oz. Nature’s Fresh 1 oz. Massage Oil 2 oz. Aloe Vera Gel 2 capfuls of Sunshine Concentrate ½–1 oz. Natria Nourishing Cleansing Lotion (or Cleansing Gel) 10–20 drops Essential Oil(s) of choice (I like Geranium with Frankincense or a small amount of Patchouli) Although this is a not quite a “gel” consistency, it can be added to the bath water or poured in the hands or on a cloth or shower scrubbie. Buy products and become a distributor of NSP http://www.naturessunshine.com/ http://www.naturessunshine.eu/ Sponsors Country: BELARUS; Sponsors Account Number (ID): 1007815 Submit a recipe anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
17Bobbi’s Body ButterMarilyn Gillam2–4 oz. vitamin E cream8 oz. Vaseline (original formula)15 oz. pink baby lotion4–6 oz. Natria Sunscreen SPF 30Place all ingredients in a mixing bowl and beat with electricmixer until blended and “fluffy.” Place in small containers andgive to friends.Youthful HandsCesar Miramontes5 capsules of Parsley¼ cup waterCombine and stir. Wet a cotton ball with this solution andapply to hands. Let dry for 15 minutes, then rinse. Then applyNSP sunscreen. Repeat daily and see the difference in afew weeks.YouthfulSkin MaskCesar MiramontesMix the pulp of one orange witha dab of Flax Seed Oil or NSP MassageOil. Add 1 drop of Lemon Bio essentialoil. Spread over your face and neck andlet it sit for 20 minutes. Rinse withwarm water.
18 Household/Cleaning Air Freshener Christa Lynne Strite To one bottle of Nature’s Fresh add: 7–10 drops Lemon Bio essential oil 7–10 drops Pink Grapefruit Bio essential oil 7–10 drops Peppermint essential oil Dishwasher Rinse Agent Renate Licata To 1 cup of water add 1 teaspoon of Sunshine Concentrate and mix well. Pour into dispenser where rinse agent usually goes. It does not eliminate all of the spots on glassware, but this way you don’t drink the residue that the rinse agent leaves. General Cleaner JoAnn Snyder, C.H. 2 oz. white vinegar 2 oz. Nature’s Fresh 15 drops of lemon juice Mix in cleaning bottle. Order extra copies of this recipe booklet. Stock No. 5311-2 ID: 1007815 Market: Belarus