SLIM+ from IDLife®

Losing weight and sustaining a healthy BMI can happen, with the right mix of hydration, diet and regular exercise.  I am excited to announce that IDLife has formulated a nutritional supplement that is affordable and easy to use every day (recommended twice-daily for best results). Slim+ was designed to address a gap in existing weight management products on the market.


Reducing calories while improving hydration, are two fundamental aspects of successful weight-loss and maintenance.  With SLIM+ from IDLife, the unique formulation of minerals and vitamins, combined with fast and slow release caffeine help reduce the loss of energy, mood variances and other problems that calorie restricted diets present.  SLIM+ contains xylooligosaccharides, which are powerful prebiotics that help nourish and stimulate the function of probiotics in your body, for improved digestive health and immune system performance.

Pre-Order The New Weight-Loss Supplement

SLIM+ Shipments Start July 9, 2018

Let’s take a moment to talk about the real cost of obesity to human health.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), obesity is now a global epidemic.  The World Health Organization introduced the term “globesity” to demonstrate the impact of excessive weight on general health and wellness, longevity and increased risk of moderate to serious chronic diseases, including cancer.

In spite of the cosmetic focus on obesity, the issues go much further than the impact on self-esteem, and obesity must be viewed as a health condition that is treatable, when a healthy lifestyle is permanently adopted.   What are some of the health risks that individuals who struggle with obesity are predisposed to?

  • Hypertension (high-blood pressure)
  • Morbidity (lowered life expectancy)
  • Type 2 Diabetes
  • High LDL cholesterol
  • Low HDL cholesterol
  • Increased risk of coronary heart disease and strokes
  • Gallbladder disease
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Poor sleep and increased risk of sleep apnea
  • Increased problems with mood and clinical depression
  • Restricted mobility and joint inflammation

By adopting healthy lifestyle habits, including adequate daily hydration, exercise, portion control and nutritional balance (including vitamins and supplements) weight-loss is achievable.  I recommend speaking with your primary care physician for doctor assisted guidance and clinical resources that can help you achieve a healthy BMI. Nutritional supplements that promote the absorption of proteins and minerals can help.

Ask me for more information about SLIM+ from IDLife, and other weight-loss dietary aids (meal replacement shakes and bars) and other nutritional resources I personally recommend.