Rosacea Free, Dandruff Gone, Arthritis Relieved: How ‘Being Savvy’ Changed My Life!

Saturday Success Story: Alan shares the impact that ‘Being Savvy’ made in overcoming common skin and health problems PLUS  . . .

How he learned information that helped him overcome life-threatening infections!

“I couldn’t believe that the same toxic ingredients I used in the automotive and boat building trade – were also used in personal care and home care products!

The ‘Material Safety Data Sheets’ that I saw through work, give you accurate warnings about ingredients – it doesn’t add up that these same chemicals are used in personal care products!

You’re the ‘gate-keeper’ for your home, and so when I discovered the information about harmful ingredients – I said NO, changed brands and eliminated the use of questionable products in my home with support from the Savvy Team . . .

And my Dandruff and Rosacea just went away!”

~ Alan Hay

For Alan, it was just the way ‘normal life’ was . . .


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Goal Setting: 13 Tips for SMART Goals!

Why Goals are Important

An often quoted 1953 Harvard Business School study on the topic of the importance of setting goals, stated that written down goals made all the difference! Is there merit in this? According to further research, this study apparently never occurred – yet has become an urban myth.

So in 2011, Gail Matthews, Ph.D., Dominican University undertook to confirm or deny whether there is merit in the myth!

A psychology professor at California’s Dominican University, Matthew’s research focus has been on the psychology of career choice and career development – goals obviously play a big part.

What the study found, provides empirical evidence for the effectiveness of:

  • Accountability
  • Commitment
  • And writing down one’s goals!


The first key insight discovered was that accountability has a positive effect on goal outcomes.

Mathew’s conclusion on accountability was that, “Those who reported their weekly progress updates achieved significantly higher outcomes than those who didn’t.”


The second insight is that just making a public commitment makes a difference.

The conclusions of the study in this area: “Those who sent their commitments to someone else, accomplished significantly more didn’t.”

Simply sharing the goals, even once with people who will encourage and support you helps you stick with it. (Be careful not to share with those who will ridicule you though)

Written Goals

Finally, if you only do one thing in relation to your goals, write them down!

Study conclusion here, “Those in the study who wrote their goals accomplished significantly more than those who didn’t.”

This confirms what I have seen in my nearly three decades of experience in helping people achieve greater outcomes for themselves and their life.

So the question that often is raised is, “How do I set Goals, now that I know they are important?”

Here are 13 Tips for Successful Goal Setting:


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Slimming Secrets [VIDEO]: Underlying Issues That Affect Weight Gain!

Slimming Secrets & Weight Loss Tips

There’s no shortage of information about ‘how to lose weight’. The plethora of information makes it confusing for most people!

But what if troublesome weight gain was actually an indicator of a deeper a problem – a ‘symptom’ of something else?

In this video taken from a live webinar – Corey Sievers from the Savvy Team shares some of the latest research about weight loss and slimming . . . and why many people have trouble losing weight!

In this  Video: (more…)

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17 Powerful Antioxidants ~ To Help You Reduce Illness, Slow Ageing & Support Longevity!

“Load Yourself to the Eyeballs with Antioxidants & Vitamins”, says Cardiologist Dr Ross Walker.

One of the most plausible explanations for the events that surround ageing and disease is the accumulation of  ‘free-radicals’. Free-radicals are destructive molecules and are an inevitable by-product of living in the world we live in, subjected to pollutants everyday.

In 1956 Dr Denham Harman, one of the pioneers of anti-ageing medicine, proposed the free-radical theory of ageing. Dr Harman came to view ageing as simply a ‘disease’ caused by the destructive effects of free-radicals.

Free-radicals are the by-product of many different sorts of pollution. Things such as radiation, pesticide, chemicals, alcohol, tobacco, and lots of things of that type all cause metabolic breakdown of the tissue. Free-radicals are incomplete molecules that just go looking for electrons to make themselves complete. When they are in quantities too large for the body to deal with, they continually destroy healthy cells in the body, rendering them unable to carry out their role normally.

This process is a natural part of our physiology and a natural process in nature itself. We’ve all seen it, when we see metal – rust, rubber – crumble, or even cut an apple and see it go brown. We mostly know however, that if we put lemon juice (containing the antioxidant, Vitamin C) on the apple, it stops it from browning. We wrote back in 2010 about what antioxidants are and what they do for you, but what else do the experts say?

As with the apple, free radicals do a similar thing in your body at the expense of your cell membranes. They ‘turn it brown’, a result which as cell membranes fall apart causes your system to become sick. With continual bombardment from excess free radicals, the cell’s DNA is damaged, causing metabolic breakdown of our internal tissue and organs. This is a major part of ageing and degenerative disease in both our external appearance and our internal physiology.

Free radical damage has been medically linked to: (more…)

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3 Tips for Optimal Prostate Health & Function

Getting personal about the health of your Prostate Gland.

Ok fellas – nothing scary, no examination, just a talk – so relax!

The Prostate gland in men, is about the size and shape of a walnut, but tends to get bigger as you get older (Remember, we’re still just talking about your Prostate Gland!) and over a third of all men over 50 years of age will have some symptoms of prostate enlargement.

By the way – prostate enlargement isn’t caused by cancer and it doesn’t increase your risk of developing prostate cancer and is medically termed ‘Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia‘ or BPH. Medicine generally states that the cause of this growth is unknown.

However ‘unknown’ the cause may be to medicine – when guys follow the Savvy 1-2-3 Philosophy, they often find a decrease in symptoms of poor prostate health and BPH.

The main problems that affect the Prostate are:


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