No more guilt this Christmas, here’s why


The Good Life Letter 

16th December 2018

  • Why I’m on an unusual crusade. No more guilt this Christmas and no more terrible diet decisions in January.
  • Do you get one of these 5 symptoms of high blood sugar levels?
  • What this bitter gourd can do for your health: click here for more
You might have figured this out by now…

Particularly if you’ve been avidly reading my Good Life Letters this month…

(And I hope you have!)

But I’m on a crusade.

Not a ‘holier than thou’ crusade. Nothing preachy. No telling people what they can and can’t do.

Instead, I am on a crusade for a guilt-free festive season!

Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, ‘tis the month for being tempted into all kinds of ‘unhealthy’ eating and drinking… which is supposed to be fun (HO! HO! HO!) but these things can play havoc with our health (NO! NO! NO!).

Worse, we end up plagued with guilt at the end of it all, which leads us into drastic and painful diet regimens in January, which we can never keep up.

So anyway…

I started my little crusade a few weeks ago with my attempt to take the pain and guilt out of having a few drinks at Christmas parties, showing you a way to reduce the after-effects.

Today, I want to help with sugary foods.

Because if you like to snack, here’s a way you can naturally balance your blood sugar levels without resorting to drugs – take a look at this: Balancing Blood Sugar Naturally.

My advice this month is for anyone of any religion, really. Because no matter if you celebrate Christmas or not, you cannot avoid it…

SWEET TREAT TEMPTATION!

Adverts for delicious, sticky, sweet stuff are everywhere…

On the telly, in magazines, on billboards, on the sidebar of your inbox, on Facebook…

Biscuits, cakes, chocolate, cocktails, fruit punches, mulled ciders and wines…

The food industry goes hell-for-leather during the festive season with their marketing for comfort food and party treats – shortly before all the adverts switch to diet products in January.

Even if you avoid most of the advertising (not sure how that’s possible these days!) you will still face temptation at parties, dinners, social occasions, Christmas markets, or simply walking down the high street.

Even my local bookshop had a bowl of chocolates on the counter this week.

Obviously, I took one.

It would have been rude not to.

These little treats are fine of course, but if we put our diets out of balance in December, we can end up with these symptoms:

  • Increased thirst and a dry mouth

  • Needing to wee frequently

  • Tiredness

  • Blurred vision

  • Infections in the urinary tract

These are all signs of increased blood sugar levels.

So if you have a similar tendency to snack as me, or you’ve got any of these symptoms, then consider something like this: Glucolistica.

What this bitter gourd can do for your health

Glucolistica contains the extract from a bitter gourd known as Momordica, which is one of the most effective natural ways to maintain a healthy blood sugar balance.

It’s a weird looking thing, as you’ll see from the picture in the report from Jane Holton, but it is rich in essential nutrients such as vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B3 and B9, and minerals including potassium, calcium, zinc, magnesium, phosphorus, and iron.

In Glucolistica, Momordica is combined with virgin pressed borage oil, rich in Omega 6 fatty acids and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), an Omega-6 that you don’t get from many other natural sources.

In fact, borage oil has been the subject of research which shows that it can help people who have a diet that is too high in sugars (J. Nutr. Biochem. 1999 Jul. T Coste&Coll.).

When combined, Momordica and borage oil not only balance out your blood sugar at a time of temptation, they can also:

  • Improve your blood cholesterol levels

  • Reduce body fat

  • Help lower your risk of developing kidney stones

  • Improve gut function

  • Promote immune cell activity

As Jane points out in her report here, it’s not just the food you eat that causes a rise in blood sugar levels.

Reduces the effects of seasonal stress too…

Other culprits include:

•    Stress – while the festive season is fun, it can lead to stress over money, relationships, organising events and dealing with social situations

•    An illness, such as a cold – there are some real nasties doing the round this winter

•    A lack of exercise – in the colder, darker months we tend to do less walking, sports and outdoor activities

•    Dehydration – most of us tend not to drink enough water, or drink too much coffee, tea and alcohol, which are diuretics

•    Missing a dose of diabetes medication, or taking an incorrect dose

•    Over-treating an episode of hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar)

•    Taking certain medicines, such as steroid medication

So if you struggle with these issues, then consider a natural balancer like this one: Glucolistica.

By the way, this is an exclusive offer from the manufacturer, Holistica – you won't find Glucolistica anywhere else in the UK.

Please note that the last posting date for Christmas deliveries is Tuesday the 18th, so if you can get your order in today or tomorrow (Monday) we will make sure they are in the post to you on Tuesday.

Yours, as always

Ray







 


 



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