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Treat Allergies With Natural Antihistamines

Allergies

Sneezing, sniffling, itchy eyes, fatigue.....it's allergy season. Personally, I suffer from year-round allergies and the accompanying symptoms certainly don't put me in the mood to work out. Add to that the fact that feeling tired enhances cravings, and you have the perfect storm for weight gain.

The problem is often made worse by the very medications you're taking to combat allergies. They often cause you to be groggy, cranky, an inability to focus, and a dry mouth. Not to worry, however. There is more hope than you think. Are you ready to start feeling better?

Here are a few simple tricks that will help ease allergy symptoms without making you feel drowsy or slowing down your metabolism. And who knows—you might already have these natural solutions in your medicine cabinet.

First, it's important to look at a few things that you must stay away from. Stay away from histamine-promoting foods like alcohol, chocolate, and cheese. Foods that contain yeast (hint, bread), and fermented foods like vinegar, smoked fish, anchovies, sardines, soy sauce, sauerkraut, and milk can also trigger a histamine response.

If you're already following a LynFit metabolic boosting meal plan, you're already eating pretty clean, except for the vinegar. So, for now, swap out the vinegar with lemon juice and drizzle a little olive oil instead. Keep it simple and don't worry about being perfect.

Here is my personal allergy defense plan. These natural antihistamines will help you feel better fast while boosting your metabolism and keeping you on track with weight loss.

(1 Shot) LYNFIT DAILY POWER SHOT (sometimes two, if I'm being honest):
LynFit Daily Power Shot has everything your body needs to energize and minimize allergy symptoms. The combination of vitamins, minerals and flavonoids are utilized more efficiently due to its colloidal form. This means your cells absorb it much faster than tablet form multivitamins.

Here are just a few of its superstar ingredients: Vitamin C, quercetin, B12, biotin, zinc, selenium, milk thistle, and grape seed. For complete nutritional information, click HERE.

Now with "On-the-Go" Daily Power Shot, you never have to go without. Make sure to leave two or three in your purse at all times. For a special effect, have your Daily Power Shot chilled in a Champagne glass or pour it over ice for a refreshing jump-start for your system.

(1) LYNFIT PURE OMEGA 3 in the morning, and another at night with LynFit Lean Sleep:
Omega 3 fatty acids are thought to reduce allergic reactions through their anti-inflammatory super powers. Doctors agree that it's beneficial to just about every condition you might struggle with—soreness, aches and pains, and injury recovery. It's also a nourishment for hair, skin, and nails.

It is important, however, that you understand that not all Omega 3 supplements are the quality needed to see and feel a difference. In fact, most of them are made from rejected fish, and that's why they cost so little. In this case, you do get what you pay for, so you may as well get the best. You'll need less.

Don't forget to give some Pure Omega 3 to your dog. My dogs love it straight up. I give it to them as a treat. Gizmo, my Brussels Griffon, is turning 17 this year, and the vet wants to know what we're doing!

LYNFIT VITAMIN D3 BOOST with Cerevisiae (Beta glucans):
LynFit's Vitamin D3 Boost, unlike other Vitamin D supplements you can buy, contains an immune boosting blend from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, which is the best Beta glucans.

Research confirms that this blend is known as a "normalizer" for overactive immune systems that are synonymous with allergies and a host of other ailments. Studies proved that groups taking these supplements saw a significant reduction in allergy, nasal, eye, and non-nasal symptoms.*

This superstar is also proven to help with stress levels, digestive health, and boosting the immune system in readiness to fight off infections and diseases. Now you know where LynFit DBoost got its name. Take yours right now, and don't forget to take a second dose 4–5 hours later.

So now you're armed with the natural antihistamine information you need for a sniffless, sneezeless allergy season. Stock up today and breathe a little easier, while staying on track with your weight loss goals!

*Beta Glucan Research – Saccharomyces cerevisiae: http://www.betaglucan.org/

Healthy Snacks To Help Relieve Chronic Pain


Chronic pain affects 1.5 billion people worldwide. More people are affected by chronic pain than heart disease, cancer, and diabetes combined. The good news is that what you eat can help relieve chronic pain symptoms and inflammation. 

Food can either make or break you when it comes to pain and inflammation. If you're one of those people like myself who is genetically predisposed to pain at the slightest touch, you need to know the foods that encourage pain and inflammation to flare and those that fight pain and inflammation.

Let's take a look at just a few of the foods that encourage inflammation and should be consumed in moderation—every four days, maybe. You don't have to eliminate them completely from your diet, but I would detox from them for 21 days and then re-introduce them back into your diet to diagnose cause and effect. 

  • Gluten and pretty much any grain
  • Tomatoes
  • Potatoes
  • Peppers
  • Red meat
  • Dairy

Now, let's talk about some good news and introduce you to  foods that help relieve chronic pain and inflammation. 

  • Salmon — full of Omega 3. If you're not a fish eater, get a good clean Omega 3 supplement such as LynFit Pure Omega 3.
  • Walnuts
  • Turmeric
  • Cinnamon
  • Whey protein mixed with Green tea, strawberries, honey, or peanut butter (for complete recipes refer to The Metabolism Solution)
  • Dark chocolate

The bottom line is that by making a few changes in your diet, you can help offset pain and inflammation.

Pain And Weight Gain

Pain affects more than your weight loss:

    • 15,000 people yearly die because of opioid use 
    • More people die from prescription pill use than in car accidents 
    • More than 100 million people in the U.S. have pain that won't go away
    • Over 95 percent of the world’s population has health problems with over a 1/3 having more than five ailments
    • A quarter of Americans (76.5 million) age 20 and over, report a pain problem that persists longer than 24 hours 
    • Adults with back pain are often in worse physical and mental health than those without pain
    • Pain sufferers are three times more likely to be in fair or poor health and four times more likely to experience psychological distress 
    • Pain is the top cause of disability in the U.S., costing society $560–635 billion dollars. An amount equal to $2,000 for each of us, and this does not include pain treatments.

Pain and Weight GainIf you struggle with any type pain, I don't have to tell you how it affects every aspect of your life. When you're in pain or not feeling well you crave (and eat) all of the wrong things, making matters worse. Your sleep is affected, which stops you from working out. The next thing you know you’re standing up in front of the refrigerator eating foods that you don't even like to numb that pain. We reach for the quick fix pain relief that slows our metabolism down to a screeching halt, setting our bodies up for the perfect weight gain storm that might take weeks to turn around.

Thanks to natural remedies this can all be helped. Using the right high-quality supplements in the proper amounts you can feel better fast, without slowing your metabolism down. It's also important to keep in mind that certain drugs and over-the-counter medications may give you quick relief, but they also cause the pain to rebound even worse than it was before. This sets us up for disaster as this chronic pain forces us into a negative feedback loop that causes weight gain and stops weight loss. Did you know that most chronic pain sufferers end up taking excessive amounts of medication, drinking too much alcohol and risk becoming addicted?

It doesn't matter if your pain is caused by PMS, injuries, fibromyalgia, arthritis or the kind of chronic pain the doctors can't determine the origin. What’s important is that you interrupt this pain cycle and interfere with its debilitating symptoms as fast as you can, naturally. The longer pain is allowed to continue the harder it is to stop. Most chronic pain sufferers will tell you that their pain not only gets worse; it also seems to spread and impacts every aspect of our lives. Physically it stops us from doing the very things that keep us healthy. Mentally it wreaks havoc making it tough to be cheerful. It then gets deeper, affecting our spirituality. We stop being grateful for what is working in our lives. I refer to this as PMS — the kind we all get from time to time.

If you’re ready to stop allowing pain to rule your life it's going to take a three-prong approach, I call the PMS Cocktail. These simple steps will help alleviate pain without slowing your metabolism the way grocery store supplements can. They will boost your metabolism and improve your health. Not just physical health, but emotional health as well. I know what you’re thinking — "here we go with emotional health thing. It's not mental health that's the problem. I was fine until I was in pain." I've heard it all and have experienced it myself, but if you're honest with yourself, you'd admit that you get a bit anxious and cranky when you don't feel good. So we need to get you feeling better fast, so you want to get up and start moving again. Depression almost always equals more couch time and excess sleep that feeds pain. It's the movement that interrupts the pain, helping your body to shut it off. Doesn't that sound empowering?

Here are the three things you need to do to stop the pain cycle faster than you can say "I'm grateful"!

1.  Movement matters more than you think
Pain is your body screaming at you letting you know that something is wrong and needs to be addressed. No matter what ails you, there is some movement to help. See Win the Fight: Stomp Out Melanoma for a pain relief, immune-boosting stretching and exercise regime that's safe and gentle enough to be done even in a hospital bed.

2.  Sleep soundly for quick pain relief, with natural help
Sleep is miraculous, and the quality of your sleep counts more than you realize. Reach for effective natural remedies that promote sound sleep vs. prescription drugs that become part of your problem. Recent studies show that melatonin has a protective effect and dampens immune response without the unwanted side effects that over the counter pain medications have.

This is especially noteworthy for anyone with autoimmune issues such as arthritis. Even people with MS are getting relief taking melatonin. I suggest that my clients take melatonin along with (1) LynFit Pure Omega 3 for sleep help and pain relief. LynFit Pure Omega 3 is pharmaceutical grade and shuts off the pain signals by helping to reduce inflammation that accompanies pain.

*Note: See my info on sleep in The Metabolism Solution or Win the Fight: Stomp Out Melanoma for more sleep tricks. A well-rested person is a happier person.

3.  The spiritual aspect of pain reduction
Countless studies have shown that people who practice gratitude tend to have less pain. I can hear you growling at me so don't take my word for it — try it for yourself. One of the most profound things I've learned from fellow cancer survivors is no matter how much pain they were in; they had an attitude of gratitude. This didn't come easy for me, but I guarantee that no matter what you’re going through, gratitude can change everything, and fast.

One young cancer survivor said that when she couldn't sleep, and her body ached all over, she would lie in bed and count her blessings. She said she would thank the bed for proving warm comfort, and she even thanked the pain that gave her the feeling of being in control that empowered and motivated her to do what she had to to get through the long, painful days.

Every morning along with your LynFit Complete Protein Shake take:
(1) LynFit Pure Omega 3
(1) LynFit D3 Boost
Mid-day shut down
LynFit Recovery Agent as prescribed on the label, according to your weight
Evenings
(1) LynFit Lean Sleep
(1) LynFit Pure Omega 3

*Note: Not all supplements are created equal. Most grocery store and warehouse brands are of low quality. That may be the reason you’re not seeing and feeling results. When it comes to your health, quality counts more than quantity or amount of ingredient. Try LynFit's quality. You'll see and feel the difference right away.

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Superfoods For Super Pain Relief From Rheumatoid Arthritis

Janine Rose refers to her days suffering from rheumatoid arthritis as her Dark, Depressed Days. She remembers not being able to walk to the mailbox or grab a steering wheel because the pain was too excruciating. Her hands became so swollen that she couldn’t do a thing except lie flat and wait for the pain to subside. The fatigue and exhaustion were like nothing she had ever experienced and it took over her life completely; or shall we say, killed any life that might have been.

She already knew the cause was rheumatoid arthritis, but that didn’t make it easier. The sheer amount of medications she had to take had its set of side-effects. Medications that many people don’t have access to because their outrageous cost is financially crippling without insurance. Though treatments for rheumatoid arthritis did bring some relief, it caused her weight to reach an all-time high of 211 lbs. The depression became so severe that all she wanted to do was eat and sleep (read Janine's story HERE). She admits that her horrific eating habits were also contributing to rheumatoid arthritis and also rendering the medications ineffective. The demand for more necessary medications continued, so the vicious cycle continued.

Janine Before and AfterNow it's 8 years later, and the 49-year-old mom has lost 88 lbs. and holding. Janine has managed to keep the weight off despite the fact that rheumatoid arthritis tends to come back to haunt every once in a while. Pain recurrence can set you back mentally and physically and cause your weight to skyrocket if you aren’t careful. Especially if you need to take medications that are known to increase blood sugar levels that cause extreme cravings and water retention. This shows up as excess pounds on the scale that can lead to even deeper depression.

Janine has found a way to do what may seem impossible when rheumatoid arthritis strikes that has kept her on the road to success. She has managed to keep her weight off and is learning to take better care of her health by staying on top of her care. People who are on top of their care tend to do better overall when it comes to keeping the weight off and managing symptoms. 

Janine’s doctor couldn’t be happier that she has managed to keep her weight off and that she has found a way to modify her metabolic boosting workouts, allowing her to continue to exercise. She says the training provides quite a mood boost — something we all know we need when we aren’t feeling well.

Here are some suggestions I gave Janine when her rheumatoid arthritis symptoms came back to haunt her recently. Management, metabolic boosting tips may help you as well if you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis or any pain-related illness.

Sometimes food becomes our only comfort when we are in pain. It’s important to stick to your plan now more than ever when symptoms flare up. Food is the problem, not the solution. Stay tight on your thermogenic eating plan available in The Metabolism Solution.  

Fall is full of superfoods that can do more than delight your taste buds. If you’re not careful, however, you might eat foods that cause weight gain that can trigger inflammation, leaving you feeling worse than you did before you ate the so-called superfoods. Here are some seasonal favorites that contain nutrients that may help lessen the pain associated with any type of arthritis. They also help boost metabolism, making weight loss easier. Try to incorporate these foods and nutrients into your diet to ease pain and keep your weight under control. Maintaining a healthy weight helps prevent additional stress on your joints and your mind. That is a critical step when it comes to managing any pain.

For starters, limit pumpkin and winter squashes. While they are healthy superfoods, they also spike blood sugar levels that can trigger a rheumatoid arthritis attack or increase pain. Don’t be fooled by the health halo claims. If you're trying to lose weight the rules are different when managing any pain, especially arthritis.

A is for Awesome Apples. You already know how much I love apples when it comes to boosting metabolism and melting fat. What you might not know is how good they are for pain relief. Apples are always associated with fall, which brings emotional pleasure. That bright, firm apple is also a healthy rheumatoid arthritis snack. Apples are high in fiber, meaning they fill you up and cut hunger, kill cravings and balance blood sugar — that is key. This makes it easier to maintain your weight or even drop a few pounds. One thing most experts agree on is apples are a great fruit, period.

Because of all the different varieties of apples, they are very versatile in terms of how you can cook with them. You can add them to savory dishes as well as enjoy them as dessert. Try my Apple Whey Crispalicous found in The Metabolism Solution for an irresistibly delicious dessert that helps with your aches and pains.

C is for Curry or Curcumin. Some spices, such as turmeric, are being investigated for potential health benefits. Turmeric is a mild spice that gives Indian curries their characteristic yellow color. In fact, it’s what makes mustard yellow. Curry can be added to fall soups and stews (see the Good for Your Chicken Stew recipe in The Metabolism Solution) to cook healthy foods for rheumatoid arthritis that deliver an anti-inflammatory boost.

Turmeric (Curry) has a mild anti-inflammatory effect. If you’re trying to reduce inflammation, the more ways you can help yourself the better you’ll feel. It's not yet clear how much of the spice is needed to get a measurable effect on rheumatoid arthritis. You need to like it to get enough. That being said, I suggest turmeric from LynFit Recovery Agent instead to ensure your body gets what it needs for pain relief. Using spices is always a healthy way to add flavor and variety to foods when managing pain or your weight. 

Anytime you can use spice for flavor rather than salt, it's a good for metabolic boosting.

G is for Go Nuts. But not all nuts are created equal. While most nuts are an excellent source of heart-healthy unsaturated fats, some nuts, such as walnuts, also contain Omega 3 fatty acids that can fight inflammation. That puts them in the rheumatoid arthritis superfoods category. I like them as a weight loss expert because no one ever overeats on walnuts, but I’ve seen many a woman polish off a bag of pistachios despite the cost. I find it amazing how we never seem to notice the expense of our cheats.

Nuts are also cholesterol-free, making them a healthy snack. Just don't overdo it. Nuts are calorie-dense, so watch your portion size. It's best to stick to a small handful — about an ounce.

The Apple Whey Crispalicious recipe in The Metabolism Solution includes walnuts, so you’ll be getting two superfoods in one snack.

K is for Kale. Kale has traditionally been a cool-weather green, although its nutritional powers make it a year-round favorite and celebrity recently, and for good reason. Like other leafy green vegetables, kale is rich in anti-inflammatory antioxidants and vitamins K and C. It's also high in fiber, making it a great rheumatoid arthritis super-food.

Kale can be cooked, eaten raw in a salad, or baked into crispy kale chips for a healthy on-the-go snack. Try my Kale Chips found in The Metabolism Solution. They are not only good for you; they taste great too. Don’t tell your kids it's kale, or that they are good for you, and they will devour them. That worked for me in my house.

S is for Salmon. If you're on my metabolic boosting programs, you know how I feel about salmon. Coldwater fish such as salmon, sardines, tuna, mackerel, and even anchovies, contain inflammation-fighting Omega 3 fatty acids. Try to have (2) or more 3–4 oz. portions each week. Check out the recipes in The Metabolism Solution. Try them over and over, adding your favorite spices until you find a way to enjoy them.

For fast relief, stick to your plan and drink your Complete Protein Shakes. They also help in healing, which is directly correlated with pain relief. Don’t allow pain to take you off your weight loss game. You shouldn’t suffer either. Try these superfoods, and as always, please keep me posted on your successes. I love to hear about them!