Posts Tagged ‘Herbs’

Recently we’ve been getting more inquiries about global shipments.  We do ship products to various countries.  Most countries do not charge duty fees for vitamins or herbal products for personal use, however, some third world countries may charge.  Check with your customs to see the rate.  A recent inquiry from Ghana, Africa indicated $15 customs charge for one-month supply of our Herbal Detox program (consisting of Yeast- Para Control and Cleansing-Balance Tea).  The rate for each country may vary.  Duties are paid upon receipt of products in the country.

If you are on our list of approved countries, you can order products directly from our website at www.drjsbest.com.  We accept credit card and Paypal payments from these countries.  If you are not on this approved list, you can try to email us your order to orders@drjsbest.com, subject to our approval.  Shipping and handling costs depend on a weight scale.  Less than two pounds are in a lower cost bracket, while over two pounds are in the higher cost bracket. A three-month supply of our Herbal Detox program weighs less than two pounds.   Visit here to see what products you want to order.  Once you make a decision or if you need assistance in making a decision, feel free to send an e-mail to orders@drjsbest.com.  One of our representatives will contact you via e-mail to let you know of the shipping and handling costs. 

For international orders not on our approved list of countries, we only accept payments via Western Union.  Western Union payments are made directly to Juliet Tien in Los Angeles, California.  Upon the transfer of funds, Western Union staff will give you a receipt with the MTCN.  You then send an e-mail to orders@drjsbest.com with the MTCN, the secret question and answer.  Once we receive the funds, the products would be shipped to you within 24 hours.  First class delivery may take 5 to 10 days or sooner depending on your receiving location.

The same procedure will apply for consultation fees on the phone or on Skype.  Please feel free to post your questions here or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com  if you need more information regarding this subject.

I provide consultation on yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling.  Please send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com for an appointment.  For overseas clients, consultation on Skype is the best choice.  You are only one-phone-call away on Skype no matter where you are in the world.


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In the 1990s, the low-fat diet swept America and the rest of the world.  The low-fat diet followers watched their fat intake very carefully, and yet allowed their carbohydrate intake go through the roof.  For example, they piled up their plates with pasta or ate an entire bag of low-fat cookies.  As a result, they gained weight and felt bloated.  In addition, low-fat entrees or snacks often tasted horrible (as many of our clients have described them).  Then came the birth of the “low-carb” diet.

What is a low-carb diet?  Normally 45 to 65 percent of one’s daily calories come from carbohydrates.  Eating less than 40 percent would be considered eating low carb.  Many people swear by the Atkins diet (high-fat, high-protein, and low-carb) for losing weight.  However, one study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that people on a low-carb diet did lose more weight in the first six months, but by the end of one year, people on low-fat diets performed about the same as those on the low-carb diet. 

Some of Dr. J’s clients went on low-carb, high-fat, and high-protein diets prior to coming in to the office for consultation.  Initially, they enjoyed the results of weight loss.  However, they soon developed ketosis and had to be hospitalized.  What is ketosis?  Ketosis is the presence of relatively large amounts of acetone or acetone bodies in the blood.  This occurs when there is incomplete oxidation of large amounts of fat, as in diabetic acidosis or starvation.  To use plain language, severe ketosis can lead to coma or death! 

Singling out any nutrients for the purpose of losing weight is dangerous.  A well-balanced diet will help you go a long way.  What is a balanced diet?  According to the American Heart Association, a diet that contains approximately 40 % complex carbohydrates, 20 % protein, and 20 % fat is a balanced diet. 

The real problem Americans face is consuming too many simple carbohydrates…

Please check back for a continuation of this article by Dr. J.  For more information, please see our website at www.drjsbest.com.

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Step 2:

Herbal Therapy:

For those of you who have a long history of being overweight, you need to consider herbal formulas specifically designed for weight control as an additional measure.  A yeast-free nutritional program is designed to give your body a new start, while an herbal program is designed to eliminate the existing toxins in your body and revitalize your sluggish metabolism.  A well-formulated herbal program for weight control should have the following three functions:


1.  Control Your Appetite:

Most Americans overeat.  A traditional Chinese belief is that you should not eat more than a handful of food for each meal.  For those of you who love to eat, you probably wish that you had a larger hand now (smile)!  Even though some of you are well aware of what you should eat and what you shouldn’t eat, when an abundance of food is available, your willpower often gives out.  Luckily, a well-put-together herbal formula can curb your appetite naturally without much effort on your part.


2.  Eliminate Fats from Foods:

The Standard American Diet (SAD) usually contains 40% to 60% fat in a given meal (a cheeseburger is a good example.)  If you wish to reduce your weight, you need to learn to eat sensibly and avoid foods containing a high amount of fat.  However, as a human being, sometimes you deviate unknowingly.  A good herbal formula for weight control will also eliminate a good portion of the fat you put in your body.  This is known as a “fat blocker.”  In other words, before the newly ingested fats have a chance to be turned into fatty tissue and stored in your body, a fat blocker will be able to expel them provided that you are not overloading your body with fatty foods all the time. 


3.  Burn the Existing Fat in Your Body and Turn It into Energy:

In addition to preventing new fats from getting into or being stored in your body, the third function of an effective herbal weight control formula is to burn the existing fat in your system and turn it into useful energy.  This is known as a “fat burner.” A fat burner can improve your energy, mental clarity, and productivity.

You might go through a period of “cleansing crisis” if you have a lot of toxins accumulated in your system.  Cleansing crisis may include symptoms such as headaches, sinus congestions (flu-like symptoms), skin odor, and frequent elimination.  Before your body can function at its optimal level, it has to clean house!  Drink a lot of water or caffeine-free herbal tea to flush the debris; therefore, the cleansing and purging processes can be facilitated, and the duration of cleansing crisis can be shortened.

For a full range of herbal weight control products, visit:  http://www.drjsbest.com/default.asp

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Poor eating habits (i.e. the Standard American Diet), excessive use of antibiotics, lack of exercise that leads to poor circulatory function, pre-existing illness such as cancer, AIDS, multiple sclerosis (MS), lupus, diabetes, and alcoholism, toxic environment, and chronic or acute psychological stress,  all can contribute to severe yeast and parasitic infections.   Yeast and parasitic infections in turn compound the pre-existing illnesses.

The best way to treat this is to:

1. Employ a yeast free diet.
2. Maintain a positive healing mindset.
3. Use herbal therapy for detox, regeneration, and weight management.
4. Exercise consistently for better circulation.

For more information on how to apply these concepts, please visit our corporate website at www.drjsbest.com.

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