May 15, 2014
- Although soda, coffee and iced tea may temporarily quench your need for a drink, the sugar and caffeine in these beverages will soak up your body’s water reserves. That means that if you drink nothing but coffee or soda, you’ll end up less hydrated than you think. The best thing you can do for your body is to drink as much clean, pure water as possible. Water is one of the healthiest beverages you can drink, especially in the summertime. If you want to stay hydrated, try to get into good habits like:
- If you must drink soda, follow any soda or juice drink with a glass of water
- Limit highly caffeinated beverages
- Carrying a water bottle with you
May 14, 2014
Games, like crossword puzzles, have been known to be popular brain teasers. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, however, knitting and similar crafts and other games and/or hobbies can be equally stimulating to the brain.
May 13, 2014
“As a 48 yr old, single mom to two teenagers, I need all the help I can get! My youngest needs help with homework. If I take one around 3 pm, I can concentrate and focus much better — after a long day at the office!! I’m back to reorder!”
-Mother from Alabama
“I tried Enada and felt that stress was easier to handle. I felt strength and energy. “
“I have been taking this off and on since discovering it last year. It really helps me quite a bit. It doesn’t make me nervous, just gives me additional energy. Without it I am tired all the time. It is a little expensive but so worth it I figure out ways to afford it.”
“I heard about Enada and began taking it before my workouts, it has truly changed the quality for my workouts. I have more energy and focus than ever, thank you Enada!”
“I read a paper from a George Washington University study on the use of NADH for fatigue. while these sub-lingual tablets have not completely eliminated all of my symptoms, I have had a major improvement in quality of life and increased levels of energy. I recommend the sub-lingual tablets that can be taken any time of day.”
-Customer from Maryland
May 12, 2014
This week is National Women’s Health Week: May 11-17th! This week is the time to wake up and smell the roses. Take care of your self and the women you love. Get educated and get involved!
All women and girls achieve the best possible health.
The Office on Women’s Health provides national leadership and coordination to improve the health of women and girls through policy, education and model programs.
Inform and advance policies;
Educate the public;
Support model programs.
Our vision here at Co-E1 goes hand in hand with the National Women’s Health mission. We want to always be improving the health and well-being of our customers.
National Women’s Health Week is an observance led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health. The goal is to empower women to make their health a priority. The week also serves as a time to help women understand what it means to be well.
It’s being as healthy as you can be. And, most importantly, it’s about taking steps to improve your physical and mental health:
Visit a health care professional to receive regular checkups and preventive screenings.
Pay attention to mental health, including getting enough sleep and managing stress.
Avoid unhealthy behaviors, such as smoking, texting while driving, and not wearing a seatbelt or bicycle helmet.
May 9, 2014
From our studies we can say: Yes, NADH has significant anti‐aging potential. As we age, the NADH and energy levels in our cells decrease. In other words, aging is loss of energy. When cellular energy declines below a certain threshold, cells in our bodies begin to slowly deteriorate and tissue begins to degenerate. This energy loss can also signal the beginning of more serious illnesses later in life.
The health implications are immense – if cells live longer, then organs live longer, hence NADH has a scientifically proven anti-aging effect!
May 8, 2014
With the amazing success our Olympic athlete Shevon Stoddart has been having Co-E1 energy supplements have been bigger than ever! If you don’t know about Shevon yet read about her here & here! Shevon is a track star who has Gold medal dreams in mind, Shevon takes Co-E1 Mojo daily, including every training session and every competition. Shevon says it gives her a mental and physical boost that allows her to focus and perform at the elite level that is needed for her training and competitions.
It allows thousands of our customers to save with their purchases, and many Co-E1 rewards program users gain a nice income with the program. Now you can help spread the word, and make money while you’re at it.
If you wish to learn more. Then you might want to see our video that explains more about the rewards program.
From the beginning, we decided to not go with traditional advertising methods. We believe in our products and know our customers love their results. Co-E1 rewards is a great way to help friends, family and colleagues make and save money.
You can start earning money right away with only a few referrals, and all you have to do is talk about your favorite products, pretty tough huh? We are all about our customers and we wanted to gives them a chance to earn money, instead of spending our budget on corporate advertising.
Co-E1 is great for bloggers! It makes it easy to share your testimonials and deals with your readers. Making it a natural outlet to share your story about your favorite NADH product and offer your readers to save by using your personal website, it’s a win-win situation.
May 7, 2014
Enada sponsors 2 time Olympic track star Shevon Stoddart. She is preparing for the 2016 Olympic Games, which will be held in Rio, Brazil. Shevon experienced a setback in 2009 with an ankle injury, and has been working her way back. “It can take a long time to come back after an injury,” says Stoddart. Since using Enada’s Co-E1 Mojo 20mg; the only stabilized NADH supplement on the market, her times in all events have improved. Her main event being the women’s 400m hurdle.
· 4/9/2014 Mt Sac Relay: 56.52
· 4/26/2014 Drake Relay: 56.22
· 5/4/2014 Jamaica International Invitational: 55.87 (with a bad start)
Shevon continually surpasses her personal records; she is working to get back to the Olympics and to starting seeing scores closer to her person best time of 54.47.
May 6, 2014
“I take quite a few supplements (after carefully researching them) and I have to say this Enada NADH is one of the most amazing supplements. I didn’t expect to feel any differently until after using it for a month, as described on the directions, but I felt more energetic shortly after taking it. For instance, my eyes had been feeling very tired by mid-afternoon, and this fatigue disappeared the next day. I thought it was coincidence perhaps, but I haven’t felt the eye fatigue since. Then, after about three weeks, I’ve been able to run longer and faster at the gym than I’ve ever been able to. I used to do just about 5 miles at the gym on good days, and just this week, I was able to run 5 1/2 miles for the first time ever. And I don’t feel more tired either.”
“All I could find locally was from a company trying to skirt the patent issues relating to Enada Labs by putting out an inferior – as in not even conforming to the original patents – but at over twice the price I found. I’m glad I came across the website and I will be ordering again before the 4 boxes I just purchased run out!
“ENADA provides me with a high level of sustainable energy that lasts from the time I take the supplement in the morning continuously until I fall asleep at night. And I am able to sustain this level of peak performance throughout the day without having to drink even one cup of coffee!”
May 5, 2014
Cinco de Mayo, for those who may not know means the fifth of May, also known as the Anniversary of the Battle of Puebla, national holiday in Mexico in honor of a military victory in 1862 over the French forces of Napoleon III. Cinco de Mayo today has become a day to throw a party and have a little too much to eat and drink, but did you know these facts about today:
- The holiday celebrates an unexpected victory. The holiday actually celebrates the Mexican victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. The Mexican army won the battle despite being smaller and ill-equipped.
- Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day. That occurred 50 years prior to the Battle of Puebla. It is celebrated on September 16.
- Cinco de Mayo is a bigger deal in the United States. In Mexico, the day is observed with political speeches and battle reenactments. Many of the actual celebration and battle re-enactment take place in Puebla.
- In fact, the world’s largest Cinco celebration takes place in Los Angeles. This year’s Festival de Fiesta Broadway is expected to draw 300,000 people. Cities like New York City, Denver and Houston also throw large parties in honor of the day.
Skip lettuce go with cabbage!
Cabbage is a more nutritious taco topping than lettuce. Cabbage is filled with antioxidants and is an excellent source of vitamin C, providing roughly one-third of your recommended daily intake in just one cup. A cup of iceberg lettuce, by contrast, provides only about 3 percent of your daily dose.
As an added bonus, cabbage packs a crunchy bite and comes in a variety of colors, ranging from bright purple to green, that look great on your plate.
Skip the ground beef, go with fish
Fish is a leaner protein and full of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and is lower in calories than ground beef. Swapping beef for fish also cuts down on dietary cholesterol.
Skip store bought, go with homemade
Yes, making guacamole in your own kitchen takes time, but store-bought varieties are often loaded with preservatives and firming agents, like sodium benzoate and calcium chloride.
Some mass-produced guacamoles also are surprisingly high in sodium. For example, Trader
Mass-produced salsas typically contain processed ingredients (such as tomato paste and dehydrated onions), but the real health downer is the sodium. Just two tablespoons of Tostitos Chunky Salsa, for instance, contains 250 milligrams of sodium, about 10 percent of your daily limit. And who stops at just two tablespoons?
Pico de gallo (also known as salsa fresca), an easy-to-make mixture of minced vegetables and chiles, offers a similar kick of flavor and spice, but with roughly one-fifth the sodium.
Skip re-fried, go with whole beans
Beans are loaded with filling fiber, but they can add sodium and fat when re-fried and packaged in can. Choose whole bean, non-refried, or low-fat canned varieties when you are looking for convenience, or buy dry beans if you have time to make them from scratch.
Lets talk about one of our favorite all natural oils: Olive Oil. We all know that olive oil is great to cook with but did you know that it has many other around the house and beauty uses! Here 4 other great ways to use olive oil!
Paper stickers can be a real pain, and they can leave a sticky residue on a variety of surfaces, especially glass. Dab a bit of olive oil onto the residue and give it a rub with a soft cloth. No more residue.
If you’ve ever tried to un-stick a zipper, you know how tough it can be. Olive oil can be applied to a cotton ball and dabbed on a zipper to help loosen the mechanism. It doesn’t take much to work, but it is effective. Just be careful not to get the oil on your clothes.
April 30, 2014
We all have things that we need to get done but can’t stand doing, but maybe knowing that you can count everyday household chores as a workout you might think twice. Vacuuming, dusting, cooking, washing windows, these all add up to calorie burners. So take your daily dose of NADH energy booster and get to working!
April 29, 2014
Happy Tuesday! We hope you are having a great week already. Every Tuesday we share letters and notes we get from our fantastic customers about the benefits and results they are receiving from taking our NADH supplements! This week we thought we would just share a few short but sweets.
“This product is great! Within two days I could tell a huge difference in the amount of energy that I had, along with the ability to focus more clearly. I’m glad that I ordered two boxes, and when I’m down to one I will be ordering another. Thanks for giving me my energy back!”
“Great product it seems to help brain fog and overall energy. I am taking this product with the Fatigued to Fantastic Energy Revitalization System so it is difficult to tell how much this product is contributing to my new found energy. I do like these sublingual lozenges better than the pills because I can take them anytime and don’t have to worry about when I will be eating.”
“I take one of these in the morning before exercising and I find that I have a ton of energy for working out. I sometimes take one later in the day so I can skip the caffeine. Highly recommended!”
“Thank you for introducing me to Enada. I fell like dancing again, I feel that wonderful. My depression is no longer there and I must say that I feels good to be back. More people must really be informed about his product! Thanks again!”
April 28, 2014
Spring time is the best! It is when everything wakes up and starts blooming after the long dead winter. It is simply beautiful, but anyone who suffers from seasonal allergies knows that springtime can be both a blessing and a curse. The rising pollen counts herald unpleasant reactions such as congestion, itchy eyes, sneezing and headaches. Many seek limited relief from over the counter allergy preparations that have unwanted and unnecessary side effects, more natural remedies may alleviate symptoms without the unpleasant side effects.
While allergies can range from mild to severe, there are some supplements that can offer sufferers relief.
Some research shows that an extract of butterbur root (Ze 339) are just as effective at relieving nasal symptoms as antihistamines like Zyrtec and Allegra. Butterbur has the advantage of not causing sleepiness, a common side effect of antihistamines.
You should not eat raw, unprocessed butterbur root. Look for brands of specialized butterbur supplements that are labeled UPA-free; a certain percentage or milligrams of the helpful compound petasin may also be mentioned. Keep in mind that experts aren’t sure about the safety of using any butterbur supplements in the long term.
Vitamin C is a natural antihistamine, helping to reduce nasal secretions and inflammation.
Luckily, this vitamin and the flavonoids occur together in many foods, such as berries, plums, citrus fruits, peppers and brcocoli. Another option is to take extra vitamin C supplements during allergy flair-ups.
Echinacea and Goldenseal
An Echinacea and Goldenseal combination may help keep allergies in check. Echinacea is anti-viral; Goldenseal is anti-bacterial and soothes the mucous membranes.
Both herbs help to support immune response, which often becomes compromised due long-standing allergies. An Echinacea and Goldenseal combination may also be effective for treating, as well as preventing sinusitis.
April 25, 2014
Q. How does my energy depend on NADH?
A. The billions of cells that form tissue and organs and ultimately the human body have an
important assignment: to produce energy. If our cells slow down or decline in their energy
production, the most visible result is that we are tired and can increasingly experience greater
overall fatigue. NADH is part of every living cell. Inside each cell a process known as the Krebs cycle combines NADH with Hydrogen to form ATP, your body’s own energy.
Q. How does the body produce energy?
A. Bringing hydrogen and oxygen together is one of the most efficient ways to produce energy. A rocket launched into outer space is an example of energy production. All cells in our bodies use the same principle of energy production, but they do so in a sophisticated way to conserve the energy produced. NADH is the biological form of hydrogen that reacts with the oxygen we breathe in to form energy and water. The energy‐ producing process in cells is achieved by a cascade of reactions, which lead to the formation of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the energy‐containing compound in cells. One molecule of NADH will form three times the amount of ATP. Therefore, NADH is an extremely efficient and effective energy producer.
Q. How does the body store energy?
A. Living cells have the capability to store energy in the form of chemical compounds. When these compounds are metabolized, energy is released and used for all cellular processes. Only a few biological substances display all the features of energy‐rich compounds. The most important of these are adenosine triphosphate (ATP), creatine phosphate (CP), nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide hydride (NADH), and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate hydride (NADPH).
Q. How does NADH help my body?
A. NADH has energy stored in its chemical structure. When it is absorbed and taken up by the body cells, NADH produces energy. NADH can be compared to a turbine in an electric power plant. Water at a higher level has more energy than water at a lower level. If you insert a turbine (wheel) in this waterfall, you can produce electrical energy. Hence, the more NADH a cell has available, the more energy can be produced. The amount of NADH a cell contains depends on the amount of energy the cell requires. Heart muscle cells have the highest NADH content because the heart is the organ that needs the most energy in the body. Cells in the brain and muscles contain 60 percent of the NADH content of those in the heart
Q. Does NADH enhance the immune system?
A. Yes, it does. NADH is directly involved in the cellular immune defense system. Special white
blood cells, called macrophages, are responsible for direct elimination of foreign bodies such as bacteria, viruses, and molds. They literally capture these foreign bodies and then degrade and eliminate them. During this process, a markedly increased metabolic activity including oxygen consumption takes place. Most of the oxygen is converted to superoxide and hydrogen peroxide, which are able to destroy viruses or bacteria. This phenomenon is known as “metabolic burst” and appears to be the first and most critical step leading to the destruction of the foreign invader. Large amounts of NADH are required for this process. Hence, the more NADH your body has available, the more protection your immune system can provide.
April 24, 2014
Research shows that what/how we think is what affects our feelings and mood. Situations do not determine mood, but how a person thinks about the event or situation does. Two people can face the same circumstances have very different reactions.
1. Be aware of your thoughts
If you can learn to be actively aware of where your mind wanders off to, and can learn to gain control of it in the first 30 seconds, you can reject the thought before turns into a full on negative session. It takes time but it is possible to develop the art of discerning a thought quickly. Learn to reject and refuse a negative thought before it occupies space in your mind.
2. Make a decision.
Research has found that no matter what happens to you in life, you tend to return to a fixed range of happiness. Researchers show that 50 percent of our mind-set comes from genetics, 10 percent is determined by our circumstances (like our job, marital status, wealth), 40 percent is determined by our habitual thoughts, feelings, words and actions.
Why is it that some people can go through the hardest of times, (death of a loved one, loss of a job, house burns down, personal rejection, etc.) and yet they still have a positive attitude and outlook on life? While others get a hangnail and the whole world must stop and send condolences.
The answer is to make the decision to choose happiness, and that choice starts with a thought.
Here are some examples for flipping the script. The trick is not focusing on what you don’t like, and switching it to positive things. Think about what you do like, or the things in life that you can control.