Sunday, September 27, 2009

A Company With True Compassion

I want to take a moment today and talk a little about Synergy Worldwide and what they stand for. I am a true believer that the synergy products work and that is why I write about them on this blog. These products have helped me control my diabetes and it is my desire to share this with others suffering from diabetes, this is why this blog is called Diabetic Help.

Synergy is a 10 year old company, that is in many different countries. Synergy was started in Japan and slowly grew to where it is today. Synergy has just hit the point were it will grow dramatically. But I don't want to just talk about how great the company is or how great the products are, I want to talk about what is driving this business.

Synergy has dedicated its business to helping others. That is what is instilled in the minds of the corporate operations people and all of the distributors.

I just attended a regional conference here in Salt Lake City, Utah. Most of this conference was all about helping people feeling better, becoming healthier and saving peoples lives. They did not spend these days just pumping a bunch of hype and flashy presentation, this conference was about helping others. Whether it is helping physically, financially or socially, it is all about helping.

Synergy has a motto of "Leave a Legacy" and this company is doing that. They participate is community and worldly humanitarian projects, they donate to the JDRF and they truly care about this motto.

I write this blog to try and help someone along the way. If my way of controlling diabetes can help someone else then I am "leaving a Legacy". It is not just about the products, it is not just about signing people up with Synergy, it is about making a difference and changing peoples lives. My goal here with Diabetic Help is to help others and change peoples lives.

If you wound like to take with me more about what I am doing or how I am controlling my diabetes, please e-mail me at I don't want to put my phone number out here but if you e-mail me and really want to talk I will send it to you.

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Sunday, September 20, 2009

Most Don't Think of Diabetes Complications

As you have read from this blog, you have heard me say many times that I am surprised at how many diabetics just don't take care of their disease. I found this article on WebMD and it is saying the same thing. This article also talks about the complications and how to avoid them.

Now that you have read this article you can see how important your blood flow and circulation can be. Many of the serious complications come from poor circulations and that is why I recommend Proargi 9 Plus. It increases blood flow and helps repair the damaged arteries.

If you are suffering from diabetes, you should give this a try. Click on the link below to learn more.


Friday, September 18, 2009

Synergy Free gift in September

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We want you to experience the many internal and topical benefits of acai for yourself. All during the month of September, purchase a Mistica (2 pack) and get a FREE Elemence Moisturizing Cream*. It’s the perfect combination! Let Synergy bring you whole body, beautifying antioxidant power with acai-based Mistica for the inside and Moisturizing Cream with acai-extract for the outside.

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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Synergy Supports JDRF


Synergy Supports JDRF

Synergy will never deviate from our desire to leave a legacy of good. We are constantly involved with local and international charity groups and efforts, and it is a priority for us to continue to find new ways we can share.

When we look for opportunities to donate time and money, we seek out groups that have wide-spread effects, especially those that benefit children. One charity that is dear to the heart of our executives is the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is the leading non-governmental funder of type 1 diabetes research in the world. The mission of JDRF is to find a cure for diabetes and it’s complications through the support of research. Type 1 diabetes is typically diagnosed in young children and comes on rapidly without any known cause. This diagnosis leaves these children insulin-dependent for life, pricking their fingers up to 10-12 times a day to test their blood glucose. They also have to compensate with insulin for every gram of carbohydrate they eat.

Synergy Founder and CEO Dan Higginson serves as a member of the Board of Chancellors for JDRF and acted as Corporate Chairman for the primary fundraiser for JDRF, Walk to Cure Diabetes, in 2005 and 2006. This year, he has been instrumental in setting up a motorcycle ride to raise money for the foundation. The Lavapalooza 2009 Woodstock Tribute will be “A Day of Peace, Music + Motorcycles” – a hard-core/Harley riding/Jimi Hendrix loving crowd joining together to support Juvenile Diabetes.

Because we believe this is such an important cause, we are joining together to raise money for the JDRF. Dan has set a personal goal of raising $10,000 to further this effort and with our help he can reach it. No amount is too small in our quest for a cure!

Your donation and support of JDRF is greatly appreciated. With the help and generosity of Synergy Team Members, we are confident that we will reach our fundraising goal this year. You can donate by cash or check, or online by credit card. Dan’s personal donation homepage can be visited at Walk .

Thank you for your kindness and support in helping us reach our goal and make a difference through JDRF.

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Saturday, September 5, 2009

Why Don't We Take Care of Our Health?

I was diagnosed with diabetes two years ago and during the past two years I have become much more aware of what type of diets people have. People with diabetes can live a long healthy life with a change to their diets but I have been surprised at how many don't seem to care. I have also know other people that have health issues that the type of foods they eat make their issues worse, but still they will not change. I can understand the addiction to foods many of us have, I want to eat ice cream and drink a soda, but I guess I want to live more than indulge in sweets. I have been puzzled over this and have been asking people why they can't make the change. Most of the responses have heard are, " I am not going to let a disease run my life". Well if you continue the path you are on and don't change your lifestyle then the disease will ruin your life, not run it.

If you have read any of my other posts you will know that I have found my success with diabetes through diet, exercise and nutrients. Well I have seen people find relief from health issues from taking proper nutrients, but just like the food example, I see people stop using them when they start feeling better. It is so easy to forget how we get feeling better, whether it is diet exercise or proper supplements. People hit the desperate point of poor health and are willing to try anything, but as soon as something begins to help they drop it and go bad to the poor habits that got them to that desperate point. Again this process baffles me to see.

So I am asking my readers to help me understand why it is that human nature acts in this way?

I am not perfect in my plan, I skip exercising, I eat things I should not occasionally, but for the most part, I follow my plan for a better, healthier life.

Please comment and help me understand this cycle.

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