TRY FREE SUGO FOR YOUR DIABETES.

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Published on December 11, 2009

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Slide 1: Contact: [email protected] www.freesugo.the-wellness-channel.org Slide 3: Our Founders John Wong – President Trained by his 20 years experience in International Business, John Wong, as Founder of the company, leads USINDO Group, Inc. to sail with its unique approach with professionalism and honesty. Rudy S. Tjokrosuharto – Vice President As a Senior Engineer and Master in Business, Rudy S. Tjokrosuharto makes the best combination with the president. His latest knowledge in products and business practice contributes ongoing research and development in USINDO Group, Inc. Slide 4: Our Medical Consultant John Ang, M.D., Ph.D. A compassionate doctor with his own charm. His 20 years experience in research attest to that. His patients like him, especially with his generosity to share his talent and knowledge in medical field. Graduated from Heidelberg University in Germany, he also finished his doctorate study in Cancer Research. Yet, he is now a Radiologist at Kaiser Permanente, his passion in research still continue on to help others Slide 5: Our Mission and Vision USINDO strives to produce the best.   To give the best product, best customer service, best distributor services, best in employee relations or community relations, we at USINDO realize that for us to succeed, we must work for the success of those whose lives we touch – either directly or indirectly.   USINDO is committed to give back part of our profit to charities. To USINDO, success is measured how we touch the lives each family member.   To us, our mission is simple: “Help each family member succeed” Slide 6: Our Products To provide the best health and beauty products through diligent research. We believe that health represent beauty. Through healthy body glows beautiful appearance. Therefore, our first product is…. Slide 8: Our body organs need to work properly in order to receive targeted delivery of nutrition from foods we eat on a daily basis Slide 9: Dysfunction Organ - low ability to absorb nutrients. Causes imbalance within our internal system It is critical that we pay attention to all the signs Slide 10: Approximately 23.6 Million people in US – have diabetes, a SERIOUS, lifelong condition 17.9 million have been diagnosed 5.7 million have not been diagnosed. Each year, about 1.6 million people aged 20 or older are diagnosed with diabetes Associated with long-term complications – leads to blindness, heart and blood vessel disease, stroke, kidney failure, amputation, nerve damage, birth defects. Slide 11: Loss of Vision Nerve Damage Poor Circulation Heart Disease Kidney Failure Complications Slide 12: What is Diabetes Diabetes is the name of a group of chronic or lifelong disease that affect the way the body uses food to make the energy necessary for life. Primarily, diabetes is a disruption of carbohydrate (sugar and starch) metabolism that also affects fats and proteins. There are two main forms of diabetes (Type I and Type II), as well as conditions of glucose intolerance, diabetes of pregnancy, and diabetes caused by pancreatic disorders. Regardless of your form of diabetes, metabolic control under your physician’s care is essential for your good health. Slide 13: Type I (Insulin-Dependent)-Diabetes Mellitus In Type I diabetes, the pancreas makes little or no insulin. Without insulin, sugar cannot enter cells to be used for energy. The body’s tissues are starved and blood glucose levels grow dangerously high. It begins most often in youth, but it may also occur in older adults. 5% - 10% of diabetes mellitus patients have Type I diabetes and require insulin therapy as their treatment. Type II (Non-Insulin-Dependent)-Diabetes Mellitus In Type II diabetes, the pancreas produces some insulin, but it is either too little or is not effective. Also, insulin receptors that control the transport of sugar into cells may not work properly or are reduced in number. Type II diabetes most often develops in people over 40 years of age. A majority of newly diagnosed Type II patients are overweight but are able to control their diabetes through diet and weight loss. Some patients may require oral medications or insulin injections to achieve glucose control. Slide 14: Symptoms of Diabetes Type I Sudden weight loss Type I or Type II Fatigue or tiredness Increase hunger Increased thirst Increased urination (volume and frequency)‏ Frequent infections (periodontal disease, urinary tract infections, vaginitis)‏ Slow-healing cuts or sores Blurred vision Dry, itchy skin Numbness in feet, hands Impotence No symptoms Slide 15: Glucose Metabolism 1. Carbohydrates (sugars and starches) from the food we eat are broken down in the stomach and intestine into glucose 3. The pancreas, through insulin, controls the amount of sugar stored in and released from the liver for use throughout the body. 4. Insulin also controls the cells in the muscle fibers, fat, kidneys, and other organs. Without proper insulin levels, these cells do not absorb sugar from the bloodstream and do not receive enough nutrition. Slide 16: What is insulin? Insulin is an essential hormone produced in the pancreas and released into the bloodstream. Insulin attaches itself to cells at places called insulin receptors. Once attached, insulin allows sugar or glucose from food we eat to enter liver, fat, and muscle cells, where it is used for energy. Slide 17: Blood vessels or arteries are the main transportation channel for delivering nutrients and oxygen to our entire body. In order for the arteries to efficiently accomplish this task its inside lining must have a very smooth surface A B Slide 18: the common “enemies” of our blood vessels? The first one is high blood glucose, high blood pressure followed by high blood fats A B Slide 19: This dietary supplement and anti-oxidant booster is made to maintain our blood glucose and blood fat in a normal level – preventing clogging in our blood vessels. Slide 20: Caused by Symptoms Slide 21: A fasting blood sugar level: > 180 mg/dL is TOO HIGH < 70 mg/dL is TOO LOW before meals 90-130 mg/dL Monitor it for a week Call your health care provider Follow your diabetes management plan – weight control Keep good record of test results that you do Slide 22: promotes Glucose Metabolism Using herbal/botanical formula to decrease complications of diabetes Maintaining ideal weight Maintaining blood pressure at normal levels Reducing the risk factors for metabolic syndrome (pre-diabetes) – impaired glucose regulation, high levels of cholesterol and triglycerides, high blood pressure and abdominal obesity. Slide 23: a blend of ingredients from roots, barks and leaves from various plants Effective remedies to treat various ailments for heart, diabetes and digestive disorders. Fast forward to modern day remedy, at our doctors and researchers also turned to nature’s vast resource and expanded on this idea to create Slide 24: 6 Superior Botanical Ingredients known for its antioxidant, medicinal and healing properties Cinnamon Bitter Melon Fenugreek Aloe Vera Nopal Gymnema Sylvestre. The FDA has approved these ingredients for its capability and safety Slide 25: Gymnema Ingredient Facts: Grows in tropical forest of central and Southern India and parts of Africa. Improves glucose tolerance Fenugreek Extract High in soluble fiber. Lowers blood sugar by slowing carbohydrate digestion and absorption. Lowers body weight ratio Bitter Melon Extract Improves insulin resistance. Lowers serum insulin and leptin. Raises serum free fatty acid concentration. Improves glycemic control and blood glucose measures Nopal Extract Has hypoglycemic effect on obesity. Rich in pectin – soluble fiber of glucose absorption Increases body sensitivity to insulin. Low carbohydrate calories and sodium Aloe Vera Extract Reduces glucose levels. Controls carbohydrate metabolizing enzymes Cinnamon Bark Extract Reduces blood glucose. Maintaining blood pressure. Reduces body fat Reduces the risk factors associated with diabetes and cardiovascular diseases Slide 26: Dosages to take: 70 – 120 mg/dL – 1 oz/day 120 mg/dL - 2 oz/day 200 mg/dL - 3-4 oz/day Monitor it for a week supplement to your medicine Follow your diabetes management plan – weight control Keep good record of test results that you do Slide 27: Contact: [email protected] www.freesugo.the-wellness-channel.org

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