Power Up Nutrition wishes you warm and happy moments with all your family and loved ones on this special holiday. Many of us confuse the real meaning of Thanksgiving with indulging into food and overeating. This Thanksgiving think about the true meaning of this holiday and put it into action. Fill your hearts with gratitude for the many blessings around you.
Be thankful for your body and all the hard work and dedication you have put into this journey for weight loss. Don’t throw your hard work to the trash and show your body how much you respect and appreciate it! And if you find yourself overeating and indulging in some foods that you are not used to consuming try the amazing *Herbal Aloe Drink from Herbalife.
*Herbal Aloe Drink is a scientifically developed beverage that contains the organic nutrients found in the aloe vera plant. Not only does it taste delicious but this amazing product helps soothe your digestive system and assists the natural self-cleansing actions of your body. Aloe vera juice is effective in treating inflammation of the digestive tract. In other studies, aloe has been shown to help prevent arthritis and reduce inflammation of the joints. Originally from Africa, the long, succulent, spiky leaves of the aloe plant have been used for a wide variety of uses, both internal and external. This extremely versatile and “friendly” plant can soothe minor burns, canker sores, psoriasis, certain dermatitis conditions and skin ulcers. Taken internally, aloe has been shown to be effective in relieving constipation and generally enhancing digestive health. The effects of aloe on the skin can mainly be attributed to the high concentration of amino acids found in it, along with vitamins (C and E), essential fatty acids and zinc.
This Thanksgiving give it a try! It will definitely help you with any indigestion and it will smooth your stomach if overeating happens!
Keeping you healthy,
Nutritionist Ana Pamela Baron
*These statements have not been evaluated by the food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.