Archive for October, 2011

Rogers Children’s Heart Disease Risk

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Rogers Children's Heart Disease Risk

A growing number of Arkansas children are developing high cholesterol, high triglycerides, and type 2 diabetes which are all risk factors for heart disease. According to the American Heart Association, there is credible evidence that cholesterol buildup in arteries begins in childhood.

A recent Australian study claims that lifestyle changes made before adulthood, such as healthy eating habits, exercise, and weight management are likely to reduce the risk for heart disease later in life.

The three main risk factors for Fayetteville children in developing high cholesterol are heredity, diet, and obesity. Visit with your Fayetteville doctor to have your own cholesterol checked to make sure your kids aren’t at risk.

When shopping at your Fayetteville grocery store, stock up on healthy snacks like nuts, dried fruit, and yogurt. Helping Fayetteville kids and Bentonville make healthy lifestyle choices now prepares them to have healthy lifestyles as adults.

As a health and wellness business owner and Rogers children’s advocate, I would love to share more information about children’s nutrition and healthy snacking. Please call or email me today.

Registered Nurse but my passion is being your Wellness Consultant Patsy Hardin   479 616 1933   patz777@hotmail.com
Rogers, Arkansas  zip code 72758
Activ and now Xe Healthy Energy Drink the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability

Fayetteville Mega-Meals: Don’t Eat The Whole Thing!

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Fayetteville Mega-Meals: Don't Eat The Whole Thing!

It’s no wonder that many Rogers children and teens struggle with weight issues. What is considered a ‘normal’ food portion has been getting bigger and bigger. In some cases, as with gargantuan Rogers fast food soft drinks and Fayetteville Costco muffins-on-steroids, it is absolutely ridiculous. And extremely unhealthy.

The findings from three large national surveys demonstrate:

‘Hamburgers have expanded by 23 percent; a plate of Mexican food is 27 percent bigger; soft drinks have increased in size by 52 percent, snacks, whether they be potato chips, pretzels or crackers, are 60 percent larger.’1

Rogers restaurants and Fayetteville food and beverage manufacturers are not the only ones sabotaging our children. Portion sizes have increased in homes, also.

If Rogers parents are going to help their children maintain a healthy weight, learning proper portion sizes is critical. If we don’t know the size of a healthy portion, how can we teach our children?

The Mayo Clinic website has a great slide show that helps Fayetteville parents and other children’s health advocates understand what ‘4 ounces’ or a ‘half cup’ actually looks like. You can see it here: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/portion-control/NU00267

To order a terrific nutritional product for Fayetteville kids, call me today!

Patsy Hardin   479 616 1933   patz777@hotmail.com

1John McKenzie, ‘Food Portion Sizes Have Grown, A Lot,’ ABC News, Jan. 21, 2011, http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/story?id=129685&page=1, accessed on June 28, 2011

Multiple Income Streams In Rogers

Friday, October 21st, 2011

Multiple Income Streams In Rogers

Hello Rogers entrepreneurs! I can show you how to start a home business even if you don’t have any experience. I am a network marketer who sells Activ and now Xe Healthy Energy Drink and the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability. My business is based in my home town of Rogers, Arkansas but I sell Activ and now Xe Healthy Energy Drink all over the country. It is also making inroads in several foreign countries.

My Activ and now Xe Healthy Energy Drink organization has been expanding as my community is slowly bouncing back from the global recession. Activ and now Xe Healthy Energy Drink sales have been increasing for the past few years, despite the downturn.

Smart Rogers people establish multiple streams of income. Life can be scary if you are dependent on just one paycheck. If you would like to start establishing multiple income channels, I invite you to join my team. Call me today!


Patsy Hardin 479 616 1933 patz777@hotmail.com
Activ and now Xe Healthy Energy Drink

Keep Your Fayetteville Kids Fit

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

Keep Your Fayetteville Kids Fit An important element in any Arkansas child’s health is physical activity. Most young Rogers children are busy exploring their world and don’t need any encouragement to run, skip, or jump. But spontaneous activities like these may decline during the tween years when most Bentonville children begin spending more time on indoor activities like TV watching, video game playing, and texting.

As Fayetteville parents we need to be more proactive during these years to make sure our kids are physically fit. Helping them choose a popular Fayetteville sport such as soccer, baseball, or skiing is an excellent way to encourage activity.

Provide active toys such as jump ropes, hula hoops, bikes, and roller blades and limit sedentary activities like movie watching.

Model the physically active behavior you want your Rogers child to have. Take walks with your kids. Take advantage of Fayetteville recreational options. Go snow boarding, swimming, or hiking with them to show them that being active and fit is important to you.

Active Bentonville kids need healthy between-meal snacks such as dried fruit, nuts, string cheese, and protein bars. As a child’s health advocate in Arkansas, I would love to share one of my favorite super-nutritious snacks with you. Please contact me today!

Registered Nurse but my passion is being your Wellness Consultant Patsy Hardin
Rogers, Arkansas zip code 72758
479 616 1933
patz777@hotmail.com
Activ and now Xe Healthy Energy Drink
the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability

Make Money For College In Lowell

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Make Money For College In Lowell

Hello Lowell college students. If you are like most Lowell undergrads, money is tight. Tuition, books, and rent require most students to work either part time or full time.

If you are looking for a way to pay for college, I recommend a part time the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability home based business. MLMs offer flexibility and valuable work experience for young men and women like yourself. Many Arkansas college students fail to look beyond the traditional student jobs: fast food, on-campus custodial, and summer nanny positions.

the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability is an equal-opportunity employer. Your age, gender, ethnicity, and prior work experience have no bearing on your chances for success.

Why not start a career as an entrepreneur before graduation?
Many Arkansas students have discovered why an MLM is a great college job. Contact me today for more information about starting your own the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability business while you are working toward your degree.

Patsy Hardin
Rogers, Arkansas zip code 72758
479 616 1933 patz777@hotmail.com

Rogers Home Business: Earn Cash In Your Spare Time

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

Rogers Home Business: Earn Cash In Your Spare Time

You can earn extra cash in your spare time, even if you have very little spare time. I am Patsy Hardin. I started my the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability business in November, 2008. I work in the communities of Bentonville, Springdale, and Lowell selling the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability.

A quality product that provides value for Fayetteville people is the key to a successful home business. If you want to supplement your income in Rogers, I recommend the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability.

Whether you are a 9-to-5er, Fayetteville shift worker, or independent Bentonville contractor, the the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability business works with your busy life.

Running my Rogers home business is not stressful. Processing the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability orders is actually a nice change from my day job.

If you would like more information about the Fayetteville the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability direct selling opportunity, let’s get together and discuss it. You can email me at patz777@hotmail.com or call me at 479 616 1933.

Thanks for visiting my Rogers home based business blog. If you want to join my team, call me right away! Yours for Health and Wealth-PATZ

Registered Nurse but my passion is being your Wellness Consultant Patsy Hardin
479 616 1933 patz777@hotmail.com
Activ and now Xe Healthy Energy Drink the XoBiotic Square because the phenomenal probiotic delivery ability

SpongeBob Doesn’t Care About Your Fayetteville Child’s Health

Friday, October 7th, 2011

SpongeBob Doesn't Care About Your Fayetteville Child's Health

National and local Fayetteville food advertisers can sabotage your Rogers child’s health. Food manufacturers, like most Fayetteville corporations, are motivated by profit, not by what’s best for Rogers kids.

Their tools are deceptive language, cartoon characters, celebrities, and false promises of popularity. Rogers parents can help youth better handle the constant media barrage by teaching them:

The components of a healthy diet
The implied messages and false promises of Rogers food ads
Nutritional balance and moderation
How to read and understand Fayetteville food labels
How excessive TV watching and internet viewing can affect health

If you encounter a local Rogers food ad that is deceptive, contact the Fayetteville Better Business Bureau. To complain about national ads, send a letter to the Children’s Advertising Review Unit, Council of Better Business Bureaus, 845 Third Ave, New York, NY 10022.

Nothing will change until Fayetteville families unite to fight deceptive advertising aimed at Rogers children. For more information on children’s nutrition in Fayetteville, call me today.

Patsy Hardin Rogers, Arkansas 72758 479 616 1933 patz777@hotmail.com

Earn Residual Income In Fayetteville

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Earn Residual Income In Fayetteville

Welcome Fayetteville home based business blog visitors! This site is for everyone in Fayetteville who is researching home based business opportunities.

There are as many flavors of home based businesses as their are Fayetteville entrepreneurs. In my Fayetteville neighborhood there are hairdressers, accountants, personal trainers, real estate agents, and mobile caterers that keep their business expenses low by working from home.

I run a thriving Activ and now Xe Healthy Energy Drink business from my home. One of the special characteristics of network marketing businesses is the ability to make passive income. Because I have built a large network of distributors, I have established several channels of residual income.

The members of my Activ and now Xe Healthy Energy Drink sales team are also establishing their own streams of passive income. As you consider which type of home based business to start, keep the Activ and now Xe Healthy Energy Drink ‘passive income factor’ in mind.

To learn more about my residual income business, call me today!


Registered Nurse but my passion is being your Wellness Consultant Patsy Hardin
479 616 1933  patz777@hotmail.com

Treating Rogers Kids’ Minor Cuts And Bumps

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

Treating Rogers Kids' Minor Cuts And Bumps

Spending lots of time outside is important for healthy kids in Rogers, and with all that outdoor adventure come the inevitable bumps, scrapes, and cuts. But parents in the Bentonville, Springdale, and Lowell areas shouldn’t fear, all you need to know are a few simple steps for treating your children’s minor injuries.

A minor cut should stop bleeding on its own, but using a clean cloth and applying gentle pressure may be necessary.

Once bleeding has stopped, rinse the wound with water and pull out any debris with alcohol-cleansed tweezers. The area around the wound can be cleaned with mild soap and a washcloth, no hydrogen peroxide or alcohol is necessary.

Once the wound is clean, apply a thin layer of antibiotic cream or ointment. Appropriate topical antibiotics can be found at any drugstore in the Rogers area. Next, you should cover your child’s wound with a bandage. When the bandage becomes wet or dirty it should be changed. Once a wound has healed enough to keep infection out, bandages should not be used since air exposure will speed your child’s healing.

Remember to watch for signs of infection such as redness, drainage, increased pain, swelling, or warmth. Contact your Bentonville, Springdale, or Lowell area pediatrician if you have any other concerns.

I’m Patsy Hardin of Rogers,
Arkansas. Children’s health in Arkansas is very important to me. I am the owner of a Rogers home business that sells a nutritional chocolate product. If you are interested in learning more, visit my web site at http://www.mxi.myvoffice.com/patz/ or call me at 479 616 1933.