Enrique Varela and Graciela Mier NEW FOUNDER’S CIRCLE MEMBERS
These guys are amazing, starting the Herbalife business in Mexico they had to deal with some challenges like local economy, instead of being victims of the circumstances they found a solution. And what a solution they found!
Today the Nutrition Clubs are being implemented in pretty much all of the 72 countries Herbalife operates. Because it brings Daily Nutrition in a very affordable way that enabled Herbalife to open (or plan to open) in markets that due to economy levels were not a great potential before. This is really changing people lives. What an impact an idea well executed can have!
“If you take care of other peoples needs, all your needs will be taken care of”
They just achieved the highest level on Herbalife and they have been the #1 Distributors in Herbalife for the past 3 years (or 4, if I am not wrong). Here is their story.
As professors, both Enrique Varela and Graciela Mier have dedicated their lives to helping others. For Enrique, that meant Continue reading →
So yesterday I was watching the Oprah show with Dr. Oz about diabetes: “America’s Silent Killer: Oprah and Dr. Oz Want to Save Your Life.”
It was a very interesting show that I highly recommend you to go and watch it, it truly is information that can save your life but as they mention in there “it’s not what you know, it’s your emotions that will make the difference”.
Some of facts out of the show:
Diabetes is the fastest-growing disease
6 million Americans undiagnosed
It’s estimated that 80 million people in the United States have diabetes or are on the verge of developing this disease.
United States is forced to spend $174 billion a year treating this disease—more than AIDS and all cancers combined.
Type 1 diabetes (you are born with it), formerly known as juvenile diabetes, affects 10 percent of Americans diagnosed with diabetes.
Type 2 develops from lifestyle issues. “Ninety percent of type 2 diabetics can actually reverse their problem,”
On average person eats 150 pounds of sugar a year.
In the United States, approximately 86,000 diabetes-related amputations are performed every year.
Dr. Oz says there are four major risk factors for type 2 diabetes: Belly fat, Sedentary lifestyle, Family history and Smoking.
We all heard about diabetes before, haven’t we? What’s different about it now?