Dear Subscriber,

Happy early Halloween!

Tomorrow will probably be
all about trick-or-treating,
eating plenty of lollies, or
going out to party.

Regardless of what your normal
Halloween traditions are, this year,
try to make healthier choices!

And to help you with that, today
I’d like to share a few choices you
can make… that will naturally boost
a VERY powerful antioxidant in your
body that can help prevent disease
and slow down aging…


Yours For Health,
Shane Shiels
Shashido Enterprises
Adelaide’s Premier Health & Fitness Expert

One Of The Most Powerful Antioxidants
 You’ve Never Heard Of…

Did you know?

There’s a powerful antioxidant your body
produces naturally that could help you
prevent diseases like heart disease,
diabetes and cancer.

What’s more, people with high levels of
this antioxidant are the ones who seem
to live to 100 and beyond.

It’s called glutathione.

The only problem? Your levels decline with

So unless you do something proactive to
raise your levels, you miss out on all the
health and age-defying benefits.

The good news is, it’s pretty easy to keep
your levels high. And in just a moment, I’ll
show you how to do just that.

But first, let’s take a look at why it’s so
important to make sure your glutathione
levels stay high in the first place…

Scientists first discovered the powerful
effects of glutathione when a study at
the University of Louisville found that
boosting mosquitoes’ glutathione levels
increased their lifespan by up to 38 percent.

Researchers at the Montreal General Hospital
Research Institute did the same experiment.
This time, they used mice. The result?

The mice who received the glutathione boost
increased their lifespan. [2]

Yet another study, published in the journal
Age and Ageing found that folks age 100 to
105 had routinely higher glutathione levels
that those who were 60 to 79! [3]

This study suggests it’s the higher glutathione
levels that’s partially responsible for allowing
centenarians to live so long.

Glutathione seems to work by helping rid
your cells of toxins that can cause oxidative
damage – which can lead to accelerated aging
and disease.

So how can YOU reap the benefits?

It’s not hard at all, once you know how.
Take a look:

Eat more foods that help increase glutathione.
These foods include eggs, meat and fish. They
contain cysteine and glycine, two amino acids
that are essential to making glutathione in the

Take melatonin. This is the hormone responsible
for your sleep-wake cycle. But, it can also help
increase enzyme activity that’s responsible for
shuttling glutathione into your cells. A nice side
benefit is that you’ll probably be able to sleep
better at night, since low melatonin levels play
a part in insomnia..

Drink a whey protein shake. This is due to the
fact that most whey proteins contain high levels
of the amino acid cysteine, which is a precursor
to glutathione. It’s also the amino acid precursor
that’s usually in short supply. So drink a whey
protein shake daily to boost your levels. Also,
make sure it’s a high-quality source of whey.

Supplement with fish oil. This healthy omega
3 oil contains DHA – which can help naturally
boost your body’s glutathione levels. Plus,
you get a whole host of health benefits as well.

So there you have it. If you want to live longer
(and stay healthy) try any one of these natural

Your body will thank you!

Oh and by the way, if you want to get in shape
before the New Year, why not make a commitment
to yourself to bettering your health and your body…
and take advantage of your FREE Fitness Consultation?
(an $87 value)

During this consult, you’ll receive detailed
information on how to get fit and trim that’s tailored
to YOUR body.

There’s no obligation and it’s totally and completely
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1. En Richie JP, et al. Correction of a glutathione
deficiency in the aging mosquito increases its longevity.
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med. 1987 Jan;184(1):113-7.

2. Buonous G, et al. Immunoenhancing property of
dietary whey protein in mice: Role of glutathione. Clin
Invest Med. 1989b;12:154-161.

3. Andersen HR, Lower Activity of Superoxide Dismutase
and High Activity of Glutathione Reductase in Erythrocytes
from Centenarians, Age and Aging, 1998;27:643-648.

Quote Corner

“It’s always too early to quit.” – Normal Vincent Peale

Eat Yourself Thin

Thai Chicken Curry in Coconut Milk
(Serves Four)

1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 teaspoon curry paste
570 gms skinless, boneless chicken breast meat –
cut into strips
1 onion, coarsely chopped
1 red capsicum, cut into strips
1 tablespoon grated lemon zest
1 cup light coconut milk
1 tablespoon fish sauce
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1/3 cup chopped fresh corriander

1. Heat the oil in a large skillet over high heat; heat the
curry paste in the oil about 30 seconds. Add the chicken
and cook another 3 minutes. Stir in the onion, capsicum,
lemon zest, coconut milk, fish sauce, and lemon juice; bring
to a boil; cook until the chicken is cooked through, 5 to 7
minutes. Sprinkle corriander over the dish; stir. Serve hot.

Prep: 25 mins
Cook: 10 mins
Ready: 35 mins

Amount Per Serving – Calories: 269 / Total Fat: 12.3g /
Cholesterol: 81mg / Sodium: 379mg / Total Carbs: 6.4g /
Dietary Fibre: 1.3g / Protein: 30.9g

Recipe from

Shashido Enterprises
Adelaide, S.A.
Phone: 0420 347 550

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