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What an Inspiring story!    The entire family is benefiting from the new food choices Mom & Dad are making.    Seven kids……Heidi and Eric are creating a healthier family.   Here is 2 minutes of their story (with kids options too)    :-)



Weight loss - favao

weight loss - favao




 in just 12 weeks….

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Weight Loss – FAVAO™


This weight loss system works 100% of the time !    See science studies below:


According to the American Heart Association, 60–70% of Americans are overweight or obese. It’s an epidemic, and it’s becoming a worldwide pandemic. Quick fixes aren’t working. Fad diets and silver bullets solutions cause their own problems.

It’s time for a new approach. It’s time for a XANGO solution:   FAVAO™


85% of people fail loosing weight…..WHY?

The plans work but people don’t work the plan.



FAVAO™is a system that will keep you working the plan!!

FAVAO™ is different from the many other weight loss programs out there. The most dedicated, visionary, and caring experts in the world of natural supplementation, nutrition and fitness have perfected FAVAO with all the fundamental tools you need to implement lasting habits that will reset the way your mind and body think about wellness.

With FAVAO™, there’s no guesswork, complexity or extreme measures. You make a the commitment and we’ll tell you the what, when and how in a simple and straightforward approach that’s research-proven and real-life–tested. The results will speak for themselves. Transform your body and your life with us.

FAVAO Pack (Men’s or Women’s) including:

  • XANGO FAVAO™ Body Cleanse
  • XANGO FAVAO™ Fiber
  • Precis™ Omega 3
  • Program Book (men’s or women’s)
  • One-year subscription to online tools (accountability, tracking, community, tips, etc.)

XanGo  FAVAO™ 

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XANGO FAVAO Metabolic combines mangosteen, yerba mate, Indian flower, cinnamon and chromium to promote appetite control, fat-burning and a healthy metabolism.* Chromium is important for normal blood-glucose function, and helps maintain blood-glucose levels already within normal range.* This exclusive formula, with multiple clinical study results, helps increase energy and promotes feelings of wellness.*


Clinical Study I


In an 8-week, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled human clinical study,** the mangosteen and Indian flower blend, found in XANGO FAVAO™ Metabolic, showed significant improvement in all measures of weight loss compared to placebo, including:


  • Reduction in body weight of 12 pounds while placebo group lost 3.6 pounds.
  • Waist circumference reduced by nearly 4.5 inches while placebo lost 2 inches.
  • Improvement of 4.5 times in the body’s ability to burn fat more quickly.*
  • Maintenance of cholesterol, triglycerides and glucose levels already within normal range.*


** Average participant weight: 180 lbs; Diet: 2000 standard calories; Exercise: 30 min walking daily


Clinical Study II


  • Over 11 pounds of body weight lost while placebo lost 3 pounds.
  • Reduction in waist circumference of over 4 inches while placebo group lost 2 inches.
  • Improvement of 25 times in the body’s ability to burn fat more quickly.*
  • Maintenance of cholesterol, triglycerides and glucose levels already within normal range.*


** Average participant weight: 180 lbs; Diet: 2000 standard calories; Exercise: 30 min walking daily


Swimsuit and Shorts Season is just around the corner…put yours on…go peek in the mirror. If you aren’t satisfied with what you see and are open to some help, let me know. I can send you more information on a 12 week reset that will blow your mind with the results.


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News from the real world of

1/11/12 — Valerie Collins

Going into week 4 on the FAVAO plan I can proudly say I am down 13 lbs and a total of inches…WINNING!!!! I havent felt this great in a long time! Thank You XANGO and Thank You FAVAO… Looking forward to what the next 8 weeks bring:)

1/11/12 — Gary Joslin

I’m going to miss this old belt – I ran out of links! Over 18lbs since starting Dec. 9 This is a good problem!
1/10/12 — Kenny Spain

As of this week I have lost 4 inches off my waist and I’m down nearly 20 lbs.!

1/10/12 — Rosie Martinez

Okay I finally weighed and measured, down 4 1/2 lbs but 7 inches in my waist. Unbelievable.

1/10/12 — Janice Newland

Started Week 6 today, wow, I am loving the food. And really appreciating the FAVAO topping on the morning pancake. Down 9 pounds in 5 weeks, 2 1/2 inches off my waist. Love this lifestyle!
1/9/12 — Patricia Goodwin

Week 2 on FAVAO and my husband has lost 9 lbs and 1 inch. Awesome stuff!

1/9/12 — Natalie Stasiuk Pfau

After 4 weeks on FAVAO I’ve lost 6 pounds and 13.5 inches! This was through Christmas, New Years and Ukrainian Christmas on Saturday!! Love the Program!!
1/9/12 — John Zenes

I’ve lost 3.6 pounds and 5 1/4 total inches (2 1/2 waist). Paige Zenes has lost 5.8 pounds and 7 1/2 total inches (3” waist). More importantly, this is the first week of our lives that we have eat the right foods and felt darn good about it too. Saved tons of money at the same time. Its cheaper to eat better!
1/9/12 — Jeanne Riedl-Zenz

I’m starting week 5 and now have the metabolic product. To date I’ve lost 12 lbs and 10 inches. It’s a good feelling and the weight just seems to melt away! Thank God for FAVAO!!
1/8/12 — Bernadette Marie Huizar-Reade

Two days and two pounds down, and I wasn’t starving once!! I’m stuffed to the brim in fact!

Amazing!!! My energy is great!! It is funny how we think we have to starve to lose weight. This is nothing like I’ve ever seen! Thank you XANGO!!

1/8/12 — Amber Beath Cootamundra

Dont think I can remember a time (ever) that I lost weight DURING the holiday period!!! Pete - down 1.8 kgs (4 lbs) just this week. I’m down 1.6 kgs (3.5 lbs) this week! Oh yeah!! Pete’s lost a total of 3.8 kgs (8.5 lbs.) and I’ve lost 2.6 kgs (5.7 lbs) WOOP WOOP!!!
1/7/12 — Val Andrews

Just started week 5! I am down 14 pounds! Still waiting for ankle and wrist to heal, so I can begin to exercise in earnest!1/6/12 — Dianne Hartman Amundson

I have lost 15lbs and 7 inches so far. Started in the beginning of December and did gain a bit over the holiday, but pulled it out of the ditch and back onto the road again!
1/6/12 — Wanda Robinson

Started Dec 1, 2011 and so far lost I’ve lost 15 pounds and 22 inches in all!
1/6/12 — Lisa Anne Arneson

I am down 14 pounds and today marks a month! :) So happy!
1/6/12 — Tanya Hammond Green

Benchmark Goal achieved! Took photos after week 4, can’t believe my eyes! Back fat almost GONE!!!! And under the weight I wanted to be by this week! Feelin great! I’ve lost over 10 inches total…but I haven’t measured myself this week yet

1/5/12 — Monica Rojas

I started my FAVAO 30 days ago and have seen dramatic results. I dropped 10 pounds and 6 inches in my waist along with reduced inches on my hips, arms and legs. I am enjoying the meals and honestly have not had time to do the exercises. Still I am getting results!
1/5/12 — Willie A Jackson

Week 1 Done! Lost 12.2 LBS, 1.0″ off Waist, 0.5″ off Chest (Fat, not muscle), 0.5 off Neck (didn’t expect this one).
1/5/12 — Susan Morse Priestley

HOORAY! Day 7 down 7.5 lbs. 2″ in the waist. I can’t believe how easy and delicious it is. LOVING FAVAO!!
1/5/12 — Arsenia Hotzel

I am so proud of my husband, Bill. He’s lost 12 pounds - even during the holidays. And I am especially proud of him for fixing his own FAVAO meals. He did really good. Thanks to XANGO and the FAVAO program it really works!
1/5/12 — Helen Vanderbreggen

Third day on FAVAO. Sure is a lot of food – having a hard time finishing it all AND I’m down 2.5 lbs. What a great way to lose weight. Love it!
1/4/12 — Bonnie Henke LeMunyon

Today is my completion of phase one…drum roll please….10 lbs. lost and SIX inches (two whole pant sizes)!!! And this was through the holidays too! I am shouting from the roof top. I am so thrilled to continue in my journey and watch my results unfold. FAVAO is safe, healthy and a proven system to make awesome life style changes!
1/4/12 — Holly Coenen

I AM FEELING GREAT! I weighed in yesterday and I am down 12 pounds! Unbelievable…FAVAO is the easiest program I’ve ever followed.
1/4/12 — Cheryl Pedersen Love

This day is starting out AMAZINGLY! Down another pound, feeling great, eating way too much food- ever do that on a “diet”? Total lost since starting FAVAO: 21.5 lbs!

We’re doing great too!!  How about you??

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The 5 Best, and 5 Worst, Sweeteners to Have in Your Kitchen:

(info from www.Rodale.com)


Bad Guy #1: Aspartame

There’s conflicting evidence regarding the safety of aspartame, a common chemical sweetener used in diet soda and other low-cal foods, but some people report headaches or generally feeling unwell after ingesting anything containing the chemical. To make life easier for everyone, this is one instance where you may want to follow the “better safe than sorry” principle. That’s because a University of Liverpool test-tube study found that when mixed with a common food color ingredient, aspartame actually became toxic to brain cells.

Aspartame is used in many diet sodas, and researchers are finding that drinking two diet sodas a day can lead to a 500 percent greater increase in waist size. Furthermore, animal studies suggest that aspartame actually increases blood glucose levels similarly to sugar, which could explain the association between diet soda and diabetes.

A final insult: Researchers have found that one harmful breakdown product is formaldehyde, a known cancer-causer. Sweet? We don’t think so.

Bad Guy #2: Agave Nectar

While your health food store likely stocks agave sweeteners, it may be best to keep them out of your cart. Many agave nectars consist of 70 to 90 percent fructose—that’s more than what’s found in high-fructose corn syrup! “Agave nectar is probably one of the worst sweeteners on the market, and it’s deceptive because it’s been marketed as a healthy alternative,” says nutritionist and author Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS. “Everybody thinks it’s a health food.”

Even though it doesn’t cause a big blood sugar spike the way regular table sugar does, agave’s high fructose levels go directly to the liver, where the organ repackages it as blood fats called triglycerides, increasing heart disease risk. These high fructose levels can also contribute to insulin resistance, a risk factor for diabetes, as well as nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. “The liver is fat-metabolizer central; it gets rid of toxins,” says Bowden. “When there’s a lot of fructose coming in, it tends to build up fat deposits around the liver. Everything gets blocked up—it’s like the non-EasyPass lane at the tollbooth.”

Still, Bowden notes that it’s not all or nothing. Using a teaspoon of agave nectar here or there in dessert recipes is reasonable, but you want to avoid drinks and foods sweetened with it.


Bad Guy #3: Sucralose

Sucralose, better known by its brand name, Splenda, but sold under other generic labels as well, may originate with sugar, but the end product is anything but natural. It’s processed using chlorine, and researchers are finding that the artificial sweetener is passing through our bodies and winding up in wastewater treatment plants, where it can’t be broken down. Tests in Norway and Sweden found sucralose in surface water released downstream from treatment discharge sites. Scientists worry it could change organisms’ feeding habits and interfere with photosynthesis, putting the entire food chain at risk.


Bad Guy #4: Sugar

Sugar is made up of 50 percent glucose, the component that spikes blood sugar, and 50 percent fructose, the stuff that goes straight for the liver. It’s the sheer quantity we’re eating that’s driving obesity and other diseases. About 100 years ago, humans ate the equivalent of one tablespoon of sugar a day; now it’s up to 7 tablespoons daily because sugar is hidden in everything from juices and cereals to bread and condiments.

If your main use for sugar is to sweeten your coffee, Manning suggests experimenting with different coffee brands and roasts until you find one you like black. “There are so many roasts and beans that have different intensities of flavor,” she says. “To my mind, putting sugar in coffee is like putting sugar in a glass of wine.”

However, if it’s absolutely necessary, a few drops of honey create a surprisingly nice cup of coffee. On those rare occasions that you do use sugar, choose organic to avoid pesticide residues and to ensure the sugar was grown without the use of genetically engineered crops. And choose less processed sugars, like rapadura or turbinado. Although these aren’t “healthy,” sugars closer to their natural state are likely to be richer in minerals.


Bad Guy #5: High-Fructose Corn Syrup

Waistlines have been growing ever since high-fructose corn syrup, or HFCS, sneaked onto the food scene around 30 years ago. With a slightly higher fructose level than sugar, HFCS does most of its damage because it’s added to an array of processed foods, including breads, yogurts, ketchup, and even salad dressing. Today, Americans ingest at least 200 calories of HFCS daily. (It’s banned for use in organic food.)

According to Robert Lustig, MD, professor of pediatrics at the University of California–San Francisco, HFCS is preferentially stored as fat in the liver and makes people resistant to leptin (a hormone), which actually increases appetite.

A 2009 study published in the journal Environmental Health also found that HFCS is sometimes laced with mercury, a heavy metal linked to autism and heart disease.


Good Guy #1: Stevia

“We need to be off of sugar, but we need good alternatives, and stevia is the safest sweetener there is, period,” says Donna Gates, who led the movement to bring stevia, a natural sweetener, into this country more than a decade ago. All types of stevia are extracted from the leaves of the stevia plant, but some forms taste better than others, says Gates.

Stevia contains zero calories, but its one downfall is that it doesn’t work well for baking. Be wary of some stevia-related products on store shelves, though. Coke and Pepsi got the green light to use Truvia (a sweetener made in part from stevia extract, along with a sugar alcohol), but some of the ingredients could be derived from genetically engineered crops. More juices and drinks, including Crystal Light Pure, are also sweetened with Truvia, but it should also be noted that Truvia is distributed by Cargill, an industrial food giant that also promotes many unhealthy products. The package label also lists “natural flavors,” which could include all sorts of questionable ingredients.

People tend to overuse the powdered version, so start with the liquid form. You can even grow your own stevia plant. It’s technically an herb, and you can use the leaves as you would any other kitchen herb for sweetening drinks or cooking.


Good Guy #2: Sugar Alcohols

Popular sugar alcohol sweeteners include xylitol, sorbitol, and erythritol, natural sweeteners made through a fermentation process of corn or sugar cane. They contain fewer calories than sweeteners like pure sugar and honey, but more than stevia. They also leave a cooling sensation in the mouth, and have been found to prevent cavities, explains Christine Gerbstadt, MD, MPH, RD, nutrition consultant and author of Doctor’s Detox Diet: The Ultimate Weight Loss Prescription (Nutronics 2011). Try to choose organic versions or ones derived from non-corn ingredients to avoid genetically engineered material. And if you do use it, just don’t overdo it—too much can cause GI distress. (Note: Xylitol is extremely toxic to dogs. Even a little bit causes life-threatening changes in a pooch’s blood sugar.)


Good Guy #3: Raw Local Honey

While honey does boast higher fructose levels, it also contains a bounty of cancer-defending antioxidants, and local honey has been said to help alleviate allergy symptoms. Don’t limit your use of raw honey to tea, either. Use it to speed healing on burns, and as a natural antiseptic on cuts and scrapes. Honey also has a low glycemic index, so adding it to your tea or yogurt won’t lead to energy-busting blood sugar drops later in the day.


Good Guy #4: Blackstrap Molasses

Blackstrap molasses is rich in iron, potassium, and calcium, making it a healthier choice than nutritionally defunct artificial sweeteners or even regular refined sugar. In fact, one tablespoon of blackstrap molasses provides more iron—but fewer calories and fat—than a three-ounce serving of red meat. Molasses is the syrupy by-product of the process that turns sugar cane into refined white table sugar. Sugar cane juice is boiled three times to extract the crystallized sugar, which first creates a light molasses, then a dark molasses, and finally, the super-concentrated, nutrient-rich blackstrap molasses. It’s still sugar, however, and Dr. Gerbstadt warns that it’s not recommended for people with diabetes. We like the organic, Fair Trade Certified version of blackstrap molasses from Wholesome Sweeteners.


Good Guy #5: Real Maple Syrup

All types of sweeteners should be used in moderation, but turn to real maple syrup if you want a naturally sweet treat. It’s lower in calories and packed with more minerals than honey, and may even ward off cancer and heart disease. In 2011, a pharmacist from the University of Rhode Island discovered 54 previously unknown compounds in maple syrup from Canada, many of which were anti-inflammatory (which protects your heart) and exhibited cancer-fighting antioxidant properties. Ironically, two of the antioxidants they found were later discovered to fight enzymes that lead to type 2 diabetes. When you’re buying it, just make sure the label reads 100 percent maple syrup—not not high-fructose corn syrup and “natural maple flavoring.”


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