Sports Drinks, Sports Nutrition and ReboundFX

Sports nutrition and proper hydration is a topic that gets tossed around in my home frequently. I have four boys of which 2 of them had experienced playing baseball from little league to college. Now I have my younger 2 boys coming up through the ranks and the topics of nutrition and proper hydration are at the forefront again. This time I decided to do an online search for “Importance of Sports Nutrition in Athletes” and to my surprise it actually covered important facts on hydration. So below I have listed some quotes from just very small sample of websites from my online search on the topic of “Importance of Sports Nutrition in Athletes”.

What I want to really draw attention to is how many times the two words of vitamins and minerals come up as it relates hydration, nutrition and how it relates to athletic performance. I tell my young men that their sweat is like a soup of many of the nutrients that’s contained in their bodies. That’s why I have them hydrating and replacing their fluids with the ReboundFX sports drink instead of the other commercial brand sports drinks. ReboundFX helps replenish over 100 nutrients that they lose when they sweat and burn up when playing baseball. While ReboundFX is not the most popular advertised sports drink, you be surprised how many NBA, NFL, MLB Olympic athletes consume it on a daily basis.

Ok, here we go with just a few of other people insights to what they think about the importance of sports nutrition for athletes. I’m not a doctor and nor am I trying to diagnose, treat or cure anyone health situation but rather just share with you what others have posted online about their research. I just think that it just makes sense that by replacing and replenishing as many as the nutrients as soon as you can during your workout, ball games and exercise just may help my boys to stay mentally sharp and less fatigue a little longer. So let’s start with what Wikipedia has to say


1. Fruits and vegetables contribute important carbohydrate foundation for an athlete’s diet. They both provide vitamins and minerals that are lost through exercise and need to be replenished.

2. When compared to plain water or sports drinks, research suggests that chocolate milk is more effective at replacing fluids lost as sweat and maintaining normal body fluid levels.

3. However, states Maughan, “without proper nutrition, the full potential of the athlete will not be realized, because performance will not be at its peak, training levels may not be sustained, recovery from injury will be slower, and the athlete may become more susceptible to injury and infection.” Understanding sports nutrition leads to optimal athletic performance and lifetime health benefits and can thus be evaluated by the intake of certain nutrients and supplements when exercising, by learning the way the body utilizes these materials and how these practices complement future diet and exercise of the individual.

Spectrum Health:

At the most basic level, nutrition is important for athletes because it provides a source of energy required to perform the activity.  The food we eat impacts on our strength, training, performance and recovery. You can read the entire article by Clicking Here

Finish First Sports: 

Without proper fuel and nourishment for your body, you will not attain your full athletic potential and will be more susceptible to fatigue and injury. The American College of Sports Medicine guidelines for fluid replacement during exercise are the consumption of 150 to 350 ml (~ 5 to 12 ounces) at 15 to 20 minute intervals beginning with the onset of exercise. You can read the entire article by Clicking Here

Max Sports and Fitness:

Why is nutrition so important? According to Lucho Crisalle, RD, CEO of Exercise & Nutrition Works, Inc., more than 85 percent of your results in the weight room or on the field is determined not by how hard you work out, but by how you choose to fuel your body! Please read that again: More than 85 percent of your results in the weight room or on the field is determined not by how hard you work out, but by how you choose to fuel your body! You can read the entire article by Clicking Here

Today’s Dietitian:

Sports Nutrition – Critical to Success:All athletes strive to compete at the top of their game but, unbeknownst to many of them, their performance relies on their nutritional status.” You can read the entire article by Clicking Here

Bodi Mojo:

Olympic Athletes: “We’ve heard the stories of athletes eating 12,000 calories a day while training for the Olympics, but for the average athlete good nutrition is about giving at least some thought to what you’re putting into your body, not just on “game day” but all the time in between. That means adequate carbs, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals and fluids.” You can read the entire article by Clicking Here

Sports nutrition, by definition, is the study and practice of nutrition and diet as it relates to athletic performance. Athletes that train properly need to nourish themselves properly for maximum results. However, this isn’t the only step you should take to help you train. For example, proper rest, diet, and sleep habits are also necessary.

Sweating during exercise increases the concentration of salt in the body. Minerals play an important role in performance. Heavy exercise affects the body’s supply of sodium, potassium, iron and calcium. Eating potassium-rich foods such as oranges, bananas throughout training and after competition supplies necessary potassium. Iron carries oxygen via blood to all cells in the body and is another important mineral for athletes. Take in adequate fluids during this pre-game time. Avoid caffeine (cola, coffee, tea) as it may lead to dehydration by increasing urine production.

Water Reigns Supreme: Nothing will stop you short during a sport faster than dehydration…. so Drink at least 4-8 ounces of fluids every 15 minutes during activity.

Vitamins / Minerals: Vitamins and minerals act as catalysts in energy generation, and contribute to functions needed for strong performance

Hopefully you can see that with proper nutrition before, during and after ball games and or workouts can help to support the performance of the athlete. Keeping a constant flow of nutrition coming in their system as they are constantly losing their nutrition during their games and workouts to me is a sensible idea. ReboundFX offers a complete source of vitamins, amino acids, potassium, a solid variation of minerals with a natural source of sugar and good amount of sodium. My athletes at home can now keep their level of performance at a good level by replacing, replenishing and hydrating all at the same time and you can too?

ReboundFX testimony by ex-NBA All Star Theo Ratliff and Others

Bruce Jacobs


10 Types of Content That Will Drive You More Traffic

Content marketing is more than writing blogs. Way more

If you’re just getting involved in content marketing, the first thing you need to do is launch your blog and start writing.

Then, when your blog is established and purring along, try throwing in a new type of content. I predict that you’ll immediately see a difference — fresh traffic, targeted visitors, higher conversion rates, and better SEO.

But before I share the 10 types of content that will drive you more traffic, there are a few things you need to know:

You don’t need to try all of these examples – different content types suit different brands in different ways. If you don’t think that a certain type of content will serve you, no problem. This list isn’t about must-haves. It’s about maybes.
Don’t be afraid to try new stuff – I’ve found that some people shy away from new types of content because they think it will take too long, be too hard, or fall flat. I understand your apprehension, but I encourage you to try it anyway. Want to get started with a video? You don’t need to buy a green screen, editing software, or a pro-grade camera. Use your iPhone and your YouTube account. Start small and work your way up.

Pick one and put it in your schedule – if you use a content marketing schedule, slot one or two of these into the editorial calendar for the next month. If you don’t plan it, you probably won’t do it. I challenge you to pick one and give it a try sometime in the next four weeks.

This list is not exhaustive – I encourage you to think of content not in terms of types but ideas. The form that the content takes is secondary. The idea is primary. First, develop your idea. Then, determine what it’s going to look like. The variety of content is endless. Heck, you may even want to invent your own type of content.

So, let’s get started…

Content type #1: Infographics

An infographic is the presentation of information or data in a visual way. Its name sums it up — info + graphic.

Infographics get shared more, viewed more, and loved more than most other content types. They are a powerful way to get your information out there in an explosively visual format. One study found that infographics were liked and shared on social media up to three times more often than other content. The viral potential is there.

How to do it

If you have a graphic designer in your professional network, tap him or her to make an infographic for you. Some graphic artists specialize in infographics. If you have it in your budget, you can use a service like Infographics typically start at $1,000.

When to use it

Infographics are perfect for communicating almost any idea or concept. Data, research, statistics, and findings work especially well.

Things to keep in mind

Infographics can be expensive. The amount cited above — a thousand dollars — is pretty close to the standard price.

Infographics used to go viral just by virtue of being an infographic. That doesn’t work anymore. Everyone is making infographics. Today, you have to make it really good to make it shareable.

Make a gifographic. Gifographics use the infographic model but feature animated gifs instead of the static images of a conventional infographic. You can check out an example here.

Content type #2: Meme

You’ve seen memes. They’re easy to make. They’re viral. They’re hilarious.

That’s one of the great benefits of memes — their humor. People love something that they can laugh at, share, and get a kick out of.

How to do it

Memes don’t require graphic design skills. Meme Generator and Quick Meme are sites that allow you to add your own text to popular meme images.
Memes may not be the best type of content to share on your blog, but they’re primed for social media outlets. Twitter, Stumbleupon, Pinterest, Reddit, and Tumblr (especially Tumblr) will help your meme to spread.
Memes are just-because content. When the mood hits or a funny idea strikes you, go ahead and meme it.

Things to keep in mind

They are adaptable. The great thing about memes is that they can be adapted for use in any niche. Your niche is neither too narrow nor abstruse to warrant its own meme.

Memes can be low value, so don’t overuse them. When misused, they can devalue the message or brand that you’re trying to promote.

Content type #3: Videos

There’s a world of variety within videos. I could write a whole separate post on different types of videos. No matter what type it is, however, a good video communicates a message in a succinct and memorable way. Done well, a video can be extraordinarily persuasive. This video on Crazy Egg helps to bring in $21k every month.

How to do it

Whether you create a video of an office tour, an explainer video, or a music video (it’s been done), you’ve got to get the script right. A video isn’t only about the moving picture; it’s about the words that you say or display. Check out a few more tips for making an explainer video.
Put the video on YouTube and Vimeo. Both of these video sharing sites are great ways to garner social signals for SEO and improved results for video search itself.

Things to keep in mind

Making a good video is not cheap. You can start small, of course, but contracting a video specialist or a camera crew can cost quite a bit.

Videos aren’t supposed to be long. Two to three minutes is a good length.

Content type #4: Guides

A guide is a detailed and fairly long piece of content. Think of it as an epic blog post. It goes beyond the length, style, and approach of an ordinary blog post. My Advanced Guide series are some of the most popular types of content I’ve ever created. When you check them out, you’ll discover that they have more visual flair and are much longer than my blog articles.

How to do it

Writing a guide requires a good writer, a good designer, and a good idea. The writer needs to produce top-tier content. The designer needs to know how to present that content in an attractive way. And the idea has to be something that your audience wants. You may wish to present the guide as a downloadable PDF.

Things to keep in mind

Guides can be a helpful bait for harvesting email addresses: “I’ll give you this awesome guide if you register your email address.”

A guide needs to look good. Make sure you recruit the services of a capable designer as well as a writer. Readability has as much to do with layout and presentation as it does with great writing style.

Content type #5: Book reviews

A book review is a simple discussion of a book plus your take on it. You recommend good ones, critique not-so-good ones, and share the value that you glean from them. Book reviews are great because they help to position you as a thought leader.

How to do it

A book review can be as complicated or as simple as you want. I suggest a short-and-simple 7-point format:

  • Introduce the book: 1-5 sentences.
  • Introduce the author: 1-5 sentences.
  • Summarize the book’s major points: 1-3 sentences per point.
  • Share what you liked in the book: 1-5 sentences.
  • Share what you didn’t like about the book: 1-5 sentences.
  • Recommend it (or not) to your readers: 1-3 sentences.
  • Provide a call to action: Link to the book.

Things to keep in mind

Book review content works best if you have a readership that is inclined to read books.
Book reviews are especially helpful for thought leadership if you’re able to review new releases or pre-releases or interview the author.

Content type #6: Opinion post (a.k.a. “Rant”)

This style of post is substantially different from your typical blog post, mostly due to its tone. You may be used to publishing a careful and researched discussion of a topic. The rant or opinion, by contrast, may be stronger and more expressive. The more vociferous your position, the more it’s going to get read and shared.

How to do it

Occasionally, write a strong first-person take on a hot topic or big issue. It could be your opinion on a major industry change. I did this when Matt Cutts announced the demise of guest blogging. When you address popular topics, you’re able to get stronger search potential and shareability.

Things to keep in mind

This should not be a daily thing. Someone who is constantly sharing his or her opinions or ranting about a topic can become odious. Use with caution.

Be civil. Don’t let your opinions degenerate into people bashing. “Rant” does not equal “angry.”
Be clear about what you’re doing — that this is your opinion, your take, your position — and be humble about it.

Content type #7: Product reviews

Like the book review, a product review can help establish authority and leadership in your industry. Every industry has its unique array of products, software, and services. When you engage key developers, manufacturers, or service providers, you gain recognition and respect. All you need to do is share your experience with the product and provide your recommendation.

How to do it

Here’s a pattern for the product review:

  • Introduce the product
  • Introduce the producer
  • Describe the product
  • Share what you like
  • Share what you don’t like
  • Provide your recommendation
  • Provide a call to action

Things to keep in mind

If the product is a physical item, you may want to have a video component to the review. A video allows you to take a hands-on approach to the product as you review it.

Content type #8: How-to

The how-to is one of the most popular types of content, especially in my niche. On my blog, I write a lot of how-to guides. How-to articles have awesome long tail search potential due to these popular long tail query introductions: “How to…” and “How do I…?”

How to do it

First, identify a common problem. Then, come up with a solution. The model is simple:

  • Introduce the problem
  • Introduce the solution
  • Discuss each step of the solution
  • Summarize the discussion
  • Provide a conclusion

Things to keep in mind

The options for how-tos are inexhaustible. Think of one topic that reflects something you do on a daily basis. Next, write a how-to article based on that one issue. It could be industry specific or more general: “How to reply to every email in one minute or less” or “How to optimize your robots.txt for search engines.”

The more thorough your explanation is, the better. Diagrams, videos, and pictures can all help enhance the how-to blog.

Content type #9: Lists

Lists have endless appeal. We’re wired to love them. Chance are you’re going to see or read an article today that involves some sort of a list — “5 Security Breaches You Need to Know about,” “17 Ways to Rank Higher in Google in One Month.” Hey, you’re already reading an article with the title “15 Types.”

From the ancient Ten Commandments to modern lists of everything, numbered ideas are as popular as ever. You can’t go wrong with this content type. Even popular magazines use list appeal to sell issues.

How to do it

Pick a topic, then pick a number. You’re halfway to creating a list. A good example of this is this post on 7 ways to increase your rankings without leveraging content marketing.

When you write your list, use this simple format: introduce the topic, list your points, and provide a conclusion.

Things to keep in mind

The more detailed your list is, the better. Long lists are good too.

There’s no magic number for an awesome list. Odd numbers, round numbers, any types of numbers — they all work equally well.

Content type #10: Link pages

A link page is simply a post that provides links to great resources around the web. The great thing about link posts is that they spread link love to other sites, provide your own site with authoritative SEO signals, and assert your thought leadership within your field.

How to do it

A link page, often called a link roundup, is simply a list of links. Write down the title of the article, hyperlink it, and number it. Done.

Things to keep in mind

It’s helpful to add your own blurb or introduction for each link you provide. Although not necessary, it’s a good way to put your own spin on a topic or add a bit of value to the discussion. Besides, if a post is particularly good (or bad), you may want to point this out.

Stephen Hodgkiss
Chief Engineer MarketHive Inc.

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Soul Purpose nature-based beauty products

Soul Purpose is a true leader in the field of healthy, natural and eco-friendly products. Soul Purpose beauty is a company offering an exquisite line of high quality nature-based personal care products including shea butter body balms, body custards, shower gels, solid scent perfumes, body lotions, soy candles, sugar scrubs, foot/hand care and much more. The Soul Purpose collection was developed with a global vision in the hope of utilizing earth friendly and socially responsible vendors from around the world, as well as the highest quality natural ingredients and extracts.  

What really makes the Soul Purpose products so  incrediable and absolutely phenomenal is that they're natural.  Fine products; all-natural, exotic fragrances, conditioning, healing, protecting and nourishing is their goal. They are paraben free and synthetic sulfate free.  They include the purest of ingredients including: vitamin E & D, sweet almond oil, organic aloe vera, wild crafted shea butter and more! Their exquisite fragrances are natural or derrived of pure essential oils from various parts of the world.

The Soul Purpose brand is helping to redefine personal empowerment in support of fulfilling individual purpose and vision through the marketing of exquisite, quality products illuminating body, beauty, style and spirit…one person at a time. If your souls purpose is to support and or create beauty from the inside out or from the outside in… then you must see the Soul Purpose beauty line at

Bruce Jacobs

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Looking for homebased business owners, direct sales and network marketing leaders

I’m looking to help homebased business owners, direct sales entrepreneurs, and network marketing leaders. I’ve seen a lot of good and bad within the past 20 years in this industry. Good things such as products,  services,  and compensation plans are improving. Bad things such as product support,  customer support, and leadership support seems to be fading.  So many companies provide their reps with these fancy personalized replicated websites and are quick to say ” Congratulations for signing up,  you now have an online business”. Unfortunately many of these companies strongly suggest and or even restrict you from any form of ethical promotions.

 I’ve also seen companies rely so much on their autoship program that the only way in at signup is to join the autoship program first. The option of being a consumer  first to experience what works best for you is almost frowned upon as if you’re not serious about your business. If a company is teaching you to “Be a Product of the Product” then you have to at least consume it first. Oops silly me that’s almost like being a customer first. You want to see a company struggle financially, watch their customer acquisition growth. I understand and believe that autoships has its place. Autoship ordering can be a good and profitable thing when done for the right reasons. Day by day I’m starting to understand a friend of mine (Mr. Thomas Prendergast – MarketHive) blog called The Customer Centric Model . 

Now I’m calling on all business owners, entrepreneurs and leaders that want a real opportunity to help others build a rock solid income. I have a team of proven industry leaders that include other MLM owners that are willing to help you and your team grow a brighter and bigger financial future than ever before. Very seldom do you have an opportunity to connect, train and even execute business building skills with over 20+ MLM company owners and some their leaders under one roof. Not many companies can say that they can offer  product support, customer support and interactive support all most 24/7. You will see professional athletes, Hollywood finest and business people from all walks of life striving for one purpose.

Not only do you have access to a smorgasbord of niche products for niche industries and services with media options, you get to drive it all through the MarketHive social neural network. As only Mr. Prendergast can describe what is the MarketHive Social Neural Network all about… He describes it like this: ” MarketHive is similar in looks to Facebook and behaves like it in many ways. Making friends, having groups, the news feed, messaging, chatting, boosting, tagging, sharing, very similar. But like the name implies, “Market” represents a powerful portfolio of integrated and effective inbound marketing tools, like email auto responders, social media broadcasters, capture pages, blogging platforms, seo platforms, lead management, and analytics.” The “Hive” represents the social network found within the system. This “Hive” concept, gives huge leverage to campaigns, easily managed and extremely powerful as well as accountable. I just simply call MarketHiveThe GameChanger“.

Whether you have a team of reps that you truly care about or want to be part of a team that cares about you, I’m here to help you. If you want a solid financial business foundation then it starts with acquiring customers. If you take care of your customers they will take care of you. 90% of my weekly and monthly checks don’t come from the the thousands of reps but more so from less than 50 customers. Let’s get started by first a little bit more about the company mission I represent after being in this industry for over 20+ years  Clicking Here Now

Bruce Jacobs

Here’s a quick audio clip of what one of our team leaders believes below

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Zoe Christian Fellowship Church

Zoe is the Greek word in the New Testament for “abundant life.” Most often, Zoé is translated “eternal life” like in  John 3:16 —  “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” The purpose of this church is to teach people about the life of God, how they can live it to it’s fullest, and share it with others.   

Zoe Christian Fellowship church is a affiliated with Kenneth Hagin’s Rhema Ministries in Broken Arrow, OK. that is pastored by Stephen Hecht of Warrington PA. Zoe Christian Fellowship church is to teach and preach without compromise through the Word of God of how we can live the wonderfully rich, abundant life that God has intended for us all.  

If this is your first time hearing about Zoe Christian Fellowship online, I would like to invite you and others you know to stop by in person and fellowship with us. If you wish to follow and support us online then visit us at . 

Feel free to get our updates and weekly podcast messages while you’re there. You can also follow us on Facebook and “Like” us while you’re there at 

Stay tuned to Zoe Christian Fellowship by clicking the link above   

Bruce Jacobs

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What If

What If …

Is not just two words put together to form a question, those two words have the power to motivate you! If you change the way you think, you can CHANGE YOUR LIFE FOREVER! Be your true self and live the life You were created for so you NEVER, EVER have to wonder … “What If”

Max Dorsey


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How to Create a Customer-Centric Culture

What makes the great companies so great? It’s the service and experience the customer receives when doing business with them. The companies that get it are customer-centric. They put the customer at the heart of decisions, ideas, marketing, system design and more.
customer centric companies
It is definitely not the product. The product can be truly amazing, even a lifestyle changer, but that’s not what makes a company great. Take for example, cable television. Cable TV is truly amazing. When I was growing up, there were only four channels from which to choose. Today we have hundreds of channels to choose from with amazing high-definition clarity. We can record shows on the cable box to watch later, or watch movies and other programs ‘on demand,’ whenever we want to watch them. This is an amazing product. However, the cable TV industry, as a whole, delivers an abysmal customer experience. One of the less-than-customer-friendly policies: Asking a person to stay home on a workday to meet the cable TV installer during a four-hour window. That hardly seems customer-centric.
On the other hand, there are companies that sell the same products as everyone else, but the customer experience they offer really does set them apart. Ace Hardware is one of the best examples of this, having been awarded the JD Power award for highest customer satisfaction in its industry eight years in a row. These smaller, independently owned hardware stores compete against big box stores such as Home Depot and Lowe’s and sell many of the same items as the big stores. 
However, many Ace Hardware stores are only one-tenth the size of one of these larger stores. Imagine an 8,000-square-foot store going up against an 80,000-square-foot store. And, these larger stores outspend Ace Hardware in advertising dollars by 30 to 1. Yet, Ace Hardware thrives in this competitive environment. So, what does Ace Hardware have to offer? The experience, which comes in the form of helpful customer service. As an Ace customer in Seattle put it, ‘Even though the prices can be, but are not necessarily, higher, the convenience and help are worth it.’
Ace doesn’t promise ‘friendly’ service. It promises helpful service, and there’s a difference. It’s the way Ace stores engage their customers, provide knowledgeable employees who help them with their projects, and deliver a higher-level customer experience.
Consider several reasons to create a customer-centric culture. I’ll argue that customer service can make the difference between a company’s ultimate success or failure. It can mean the difference between having loyal, repeat customers or one-time-only customers. And, it can mean the difference between customers’ rave reviews or online rants.
Steven Hodgkiss
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Why do Customer Centric Companies Stand Out?

The bottom line is that customer-centric companies stand out. They are more desirable for consumers to do business with and more enjoyable places for employees to work. The top-rated customer service companies are often the best companies to work for as well. The reason is that the culture within the company offers a similar experience to what the customer experiences on the outside. Some things to consider about customer-centric companies:
Customer-centric companies empower employees to make decisions that are for the benefit of the customer. They have guidelines versus rules and policies, and the mindset that if what the customer is asking for isn’t illegal or immoral, won’t cost the company money (although sometimes that’s still OK), and won’t harm the company’s reputation, then it should be considered.
customer centric companies
Customer-centric companies hire people who fit the culture and have personalities that align with the company’s core values, mission and vision. Skills and experience are important, of course, but these high-performing companies are looking for other qualities as well. It takes the right combination of skill, personality, and attitude.
Customer-centric companies invest a lot of time and money into soft skills training such as customer service and relationship building. Technical and product training are important, but constant reinforcement of the “people side” of the business is equally important, if not even more so. Customer-centric companies know the importance of their employees, and take a “people first” approach. They develop their people at a level that keeps them engaged and enthusiastic about taking care of the company’s customers.
Steven Hodgkiss
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Zradical Fucoidan and Super Fruits Enriched Juice

Zradical Certified Organic Wellness Fucoidan enriched juice contains several other Super Fruit juices, but Zradical juice key ingredient is called Fucoidan. Fucoidan from brown seaweed Research has been cited in over 900 studies published by, a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. The following links below will forward you to a few of some important fucoidan studies that you may find helpful. Feel free to look up other fucoidan related research. Simply click the links below or enter “fucoidan” followed by the other term you are looking for. Example “fucoidan depression” or “fucoidan virus”:

Fucoidan / Allergies
Fucoidan / Alzheimer’s
Fucoidan / Anti Bacterial
Fucoidan / Anti Inflammatory
Fucoidan / Anti Viral
Fucoidan / Arthritis
Fucoidan / Brain
Fucoidan / Cancer
Fucoidan / Cell Communication
Fucoidan / Chemotherapy
Fucoidan / Diabetes
Fucoidan / Emphysema
Fucoidan / Eyes
Fucoidan / Heart disease
Fucoidan / Immune System
Fucoidan / Lungs
Fucoidan / Mouth
Fucoidan / Nervous System
Fucoidan / MS
Fucoidan / Pain
Fucoidan / Respiratory System
Fucoidan / Stem Cells
Fucoidan / Stroke
Fucoidan / SkinFucoidan / Virus Flu

“Zradical™ and Fucoidz™ are not drugs and have not been evaluated by the FDA. They are dietary supplements and not intended to diagnose, cure or treat

If you understand or have enjoyed the health benefits of super fruit juices such as Goji Berries and Yumberry, adding the benefits of Turmeric and Fucoidan makes the Zradical juice a powerful antioxidant juice with a great taste of Dragon-Fruit that your body and taste buds will appreciate.

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Bruce Jacobs
Youngevity Distributor ID#100397

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Best Holiday Destinations For August

This year again August will see the emergence of tourists worldwide. This is the period when many people take time for themselves and their family. So, what are the best holiday destinations for August?
In Europe, August is the big boom! Millions of tourists from around the world invade beaches and hinterland of southern Europe. The climate is conducive to travel in almost all the continent but with some areas heavily affected by the heat wave (Andalusia, southern Italy, Greece, etc.) that suit only people who love the heat … like me 😉

Northern Europe is very nice, and summer is the perfect time to visit the usually cold and wet countries like Ireland, Scotland, the Netherlands, Sweden or Iceland.

In Asia, it is undoubtedly the least favourable season: the monsoon is at its peak on the whole region, sparing only a few areas (Kerala and Tamil Nadu in India, Bali and southern islands Indonesia, northern Australia, etc.). Elsewhere a hot, muggy and wet prevail.

In Africa, the Maghreb countries are invaded by tourists, the climate is warm and dry (sometimes hot to the desert), the Atlantic coast of Morocco remains enjoyable thanks to the influence of the ocean.
Further south there is the rainy season and it is only latitudes of Tanzania that we find a favourable climate for the visit.

In America, the north is generally hot and dry (sometimes in scorching deserts of western USA). Central America knows a little rainy season but further to the south the conditions become favourable. It’s hurricane season on the Caribbean and Mexico.

Avoid: If July and August are often favourable to travel “climatically” speaking, it is often less true in terms of quietness and prices. The great majority of European countries are on holidays during those two months, the hotels are crowded and prices are higher for most destinations.

Beach lovers logically will go to the Mediterranean coast; Crete for instance, but also in Italy, which offers pleasant beaches and sumptuous hinterland, if you want to stay in Europe.

The more exotic ones will go towards Bali, one of the few pleasant Asian destinations this season.

For more adventures, South Africa awaits you! Peru and Tibet await lovers of high altitude hiking 😉

My favourite for 2015: In Mongolia, the summer season only lasts from June to September … This does not mean that you will know scorching temperatures, unless you venture into the Gobi Desert where they can be around 40 ° C, and in Ulaanbaatar where one exceeds 30 ° C. In parts of central and north, rain falls in August and makes the grass grow green and prance rivers. But do not forget that Mongolia has over 250 days of sunshine per year and its temperature in summer turns around 20 ° C, ideal for exploring the steppes of sight, and enjoy comfortable yurts when you need a pause. A destination still wild and off beat which creates memorable experiences!

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