Slique Winners

Nov 21st, 2011 | Category: Young Living Product Blog

The question on everyone’s mind: “Who is the winner of the Slique® Tea giveaway?” Well the time has come to make the announcement. Drum roll please… Congratulations to Pam R., Pat P., and Jody R. They were the randomly chosen winners!

Now that the contest is wrapped up, we can talk about one of the best times of the year, Thanksgiving.  Who doesn’t get excited about some of the most delicious food of the year, turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie? And don’t forget seconds! But with great food comes great regret.  It seems like I always eat myself into a coma.  Now I’ve been told on several occasions that the brain needs 15–20 minutes to tell the body that you are full and satisfied.  Taking that into account, it’s 15–20 minutes of eating that probably shouldn’t have happened. For the three winners, Slique Tea is an obvious answer. Luckily for the rest of us, some of Young Living’s essential oils have beneficial properties we can fall back on.

Grapefruit essential oil—When diffused, grapefruit’s properties include refreshing, uplifting feelings and a triggered sense of fullness, which can help to curb the desire to gorge past a healthy capacity.

Spearmint essential oil—Spearmint oil has been used to assist digestion.  Similar to grapefruit, spearmint has been known to curb appetite while adding feeling of balance and well-being.

DiGize™ essential oil blend—DiGize is blended with the highly favorable digestive aids peppermint, fennel, and patchouli oils that work collectively to help relieve digestive problems.  This oil is best used to combat those moments where you may have overdone it at the dinner table.

The floor is yours! Share the favorite products you use below that will keep you healthy this holiday!

Marco Colindres III—YL Associate Product Marketing Manager

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