Cristiano Ronaldo - Herbalife in Wolverhampton

 

Herbalife not only sponsor Cristiano Ronaldo but several other olympians and sports men and women. The Herbalife24 range helps them to prepare their bodies for sport and recover after training and exertion and then rebuild and repair muscle fibre after their events or training sessions.

The range has proved highly popular with men and younger individuals, who are now also seeing the potential of Herbalife as a business opportunity, through which they can build a full or part time income, while achieving results, income and the lifestyle they can enjoy.

So if you would like to spend your days working out at the gym with your friends, new or old, then contact me if you would like to take advantage of this opportunity to build a business while maintaining your health.

Call 07817 446745 (UK) or SKYPE Goodgirlsguide
Visit http://www.healthtrainerswanted.co.uk

Ann Campbell is a Registered Mental Health Nurse, Hypnotherapist and Independent Herbalife distributor based in Wolverhampton in the West Midlands.

She holds a Degree In Psychology and Marketing and is a Clinical Hypnotherapist and Registered Mental Health Nurse.

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Posted by Ann Campbell on Sunday 8 June 2014
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*Any weight loss or health testimonials presented here are applicable to the individuals depicted and are not a guarantee of your weight loss nor are they typical. Herbalife products can be a healthy part of your weight loss program, which includes diet and exercise.

An extensive questionnaire generated responses from more than 200 U.S. Herbalife Independent Distributors about their weight-loss programs and results. They reported weight loss ranging from 4 pounds to 167 pounds and a reduced body mass index (BMI) of 1.5 points to 24.1 points, suggesting that consumption of Herbalife® products is associated with weight loss and improvement in BMI in those ranges.

**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.