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italybound
Tuesday, December 19, 2006, 3:52pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Would someone tell me the name of the new NAP product that helps control blood sugar? I just got the flyer yest w/ my order but don't remember the name and can't find it in the 'store'. Thanks.



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thanks Lola!!!



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Oh my goodness - this product almost seems too good to be true - is it really good for all the blood types?  Do any of you have any experience in taking glycoscia?


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Wondering why it's not in the Product Index, unless I overlooked it. I knew I'd seen it 'around', but when I wanted to order some, couldn't find it. Isn't that the way. .
Guess it's just because it's new. Just looked again and didn't see it. Just as long as I can order it.  Thanks again Lola for hookin' me up.  




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it needs to be updated.....it is in Martha s new blog though!


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Quoted from lola
it needs to be updated.....it is in Martha s new blog though!


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Cool.  I used to crash in the afternoons.  I started using one of those gimmicky diet products - Corti-slim.  It contains things like chromium and vanadyl sulfate.  Strangely now that I'm using it I NEVER crash in the afternoons anymore, and it had been a big big problem.  I will check into the new NAP product
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Cool.  I used to crash in the afternoons.  I started using one of those gimmicky diet products - Corti-slim.  It contains things like chromium and vanadyl sulfate.  Strangely now that I'm using it I NEVER crash in the afternoons anymore, and it had been a big big problem.  I will check into the new NAP product


Re: Cortislim. Seems there is much controversy about this product.
http://stress.about.com/od/medicationsherbs/a/cortislim.htm
http://www.google.com/search?h.....ortislim&spell=1

Glad it keeps you from crashing in the afternoons ATO, but in all reality, if you drank enough coffee, that would prob work as well.       I haven't really looked at the prod ingred, but the one article does mention there may be some good in the magnolia bark extract.  I am going to read some of these articles tomorrow. Just from skimming a couple, it seems there could be 'some' useful info.



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it s the NAP blog IB......Martha (Peter s wife ) usually writes them.
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/nap/
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I don't see a Martha.


Here it is: http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/nap/

Took some searching since she's not listed up above.



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Thanks gals!!!



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Whoa.  This new product looks GREAT.

I need to check in to BTD Island's in-patient, hard-core, git 'er done program and part of it would be taking this.

You don't even want to know how far this kyosha nim has fallen from grace.  I think a supplement like this would be good for someone struggling with the diet and having a hard time finding the groove, the sweet spot, the balance, because so much of it comes down to blood sugar in some way, shape or form.  I mean, it can be more complex than that, having to do with seratonin and brain chemistry, etc., but so many of those issues lead right back to blood sugar on ye olde flowchart-o-staying-in-balance, ya know?  If your blood sugar is stable, that is at least half the battle to feeling steady and in balance, with no desire to eat off type.  Bring on the Glycoscia!


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Yeppers - I think this will be my next NAP purchase - the glycoscia along with deflect could be a really good combo I think.  


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Quoted from pkarmeier

q=Cortislim&spell=1

Glad it keeps you from crashing in the afternoons ATO, but in all reality, if you drank enough coffee, that would prob work as well.       I haven't really looked at the prod ingred, but the one article does mention there may be some good in the magnolia bark extract.  I am going to read some of these articles tomorrow. Just from skimming a couple, it seems there could be 'some' useful info.


You obviously haven't read up on the product's ingredients!  It works in the EXACT OPPOSITE way to coffee.  Coffee actually increases cortisol, Cortislim decreases stress.  It actually has some good ingredients.  Here are some of them.  It also doesn't contain stimulants like caffeine or ephedrine etc.   The chromium content alone is enough to help with blood sugar and sugar cravings - it has an effective dose of chromium.

Chromium
L-Theanine
Magnolia Bark
Vanadyl Sulfate


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