Archive for November, 2011

Earn Cash Selling xobiotic In Los Angeles And Online

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Earn Cash Selling xobiotic In Los Angeles And Online

Starting your own business in the Manhattan Beach area can be overwhelming. You need a product that will sell, a marketing plan, and a significant amount of start-up money. But many entrepreneurs in Southern California, Los Angeles area, and Orange County want the freedom of working from home without a huge investment of time and money.

If you are one of these Manhattan Beach entrepreneurs, then you should learn more about selling xobiotic with the x-treme xocaity team. This Los Angeles direct sales opportunity is an online business that allows you to work from home. And since we are a turnkey business, we supply you with a best-selling product, a marketing system, and comprehensive training. All you need to add is your creativity and determination!

I’m Patti Langell and I have been earning residual income with x-treme xocaity since 2008. I love selling a quality product to Los Angeles customers.

Members of my Manhattan Beach team love the flexibility of working from home, and they are amazed at how much extra cash they can earn in their spare time. If you have any questions about this home business opportunity with x-treme xocaity, call me today at 310-200-7097. I would love to help you start your Manhattan Beach home business today!

Patti Langell
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Los Angeles Mega-Meals: Don’t Eat The Whole Thing!

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

Los Angeles Mega-Meals: Don't Eat The Whole Thing!

It’s no wonder that many Manhattan Beach children and teens struggle with weight issues. What is considered a ‘normal’ food portion has been getting bigger and bigger. In some cases, as with gargantuan Manhattan Beach fast food soft drinks and Los Angeles Costco muffins-on-steroids, it is absolutely ridiculous. And extremely unhealthy.

The findings from three large national surveys demonstrate:

‘Hamburgers have expanded by 23 percent; a plate of Mexican food is 27 percent bigger; soft drinks have increased in size by 52 percent, snacks, whether they be potato chips, pretzels or crackers, are 60 percent larger.’1

Manhattan Beach restaurants and Los Angeles food and beverage manufacturers are not the only ones sabotaging our children. Portion sizes have increased in homes, also.

If Manhattan Beach parents are going to help their children maintain a healthy weight, learning proper portion sizes is critical. If we don’t know the size of a healthy portion, how can we teach our children?

The Mayo Clinic website has a great slide show that helps Los Angeles parents and other children’s health advocates understand what ‘4 ounces’ or a ‘half cup’ actually looks like. You can see it here:

To order a terrific nutritional product for Los Angeles kids, call me today!

Patti Langell   310-200-7097

1John McKenzie, ‘Food Portion Sizes Have Grown, A Lot,’ ABC News, Jan. 21, 2011,, accessed on June 28, 2011

Prevent Classroom Sickness In Southern California

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

Prevent Classroom Sickness In Southern California

To curb the spread of viruses, lice, and other kid’s health threats in Southern California schools, parents need to teach their kids proper hygiene practices and review them on a regular basis.

Here is a rundown of some unwelcome classroom visitors and steps to combat them:

  • Head lice: wash hands frequently, don’t share combs, hats, scarves.
  • Ringworm (skin infection with circular lesions, not actually caused by worms): keep sores covered, don’t share combs or clothing.
  • Pinkeye: vigilant hand washing can help stop the spread. Southern California parents should keep kids home if their eyes are pink or draining fluid.
  • Colds, flu, strep: anti-bacterial wipes and no-rinse hand sanitizer can supplement soap and water scrubbing. Remind kids not to share drinks, snacks, lotion, chap stick, and lip gloss.

Southern California children who know and practice these safeguards will be prepared when the next H1N1 threat visits Los Angeles.

I promote children’s health issues in Los Angeles. For information on my health business, contact me today.

health advocate Patti Langell
Manhattan Beach, California zip code 90266
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NIH Children’s Check-Up Guidelines In Los Angeles

Friday, November 18th, 2011

NIH Children's Check-Up Guidelines In Los AngelesAs California parents, we know our children’s health includes physical, mental and social well-being. Most Los Angeles parents are aware of the essentials in keeping their kids healthy; providing nutritious meals, making sure they get adequate sleep and physical activity, and guaranteeing their safety.

It is also necessary for our Los Angeles kids to receive regular checkups with their California health care providers. Not only will these visits track your Los Angeles child’s development, but will aid in averting health problems.

According to the NIH, besides regular checkups, school-age Southern California and Manhattan Beach children should also see their Los Angeles doctor for:

  • Significant weight gain or loss
  • Sleep problems or change in behavior
  • Fever higher than 102
  • Rashes or skin infections
  • Frequent sore throats
  • Breathing problems

I would love to share more children’s health information with you. Please call me today!

health advocate Patti Langell
Manhattan Beach, California 90266
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Treating Manhattan Beach Kids’ Minor Cuts And Bumps

Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

Treating Manhattan Beach Kids' Minor Cuts And Bumps

Spending lots of time outside is important for healthy kids in Manhattan Beach, and with all that outdoor adventure come the inevitable bumps, scrapes, and cuts. But parents in the Southern California, Los Angeles area, and Orange County areas shouldn’t fear, all you need to know are a few simple steps for treating your children’s minor injuries.

A minor cut should stop bleeding on its own, but using a clean cloth and applying gentle pressure may be necessary.

Once bleeding has stopped, rinse the wound with water and pull out any debris with alcohol-cleansed tweezers. The area around the wound can be cleaned with mild soap and a washcloth, no hydrogen peroxide or alcohol is necessary.

Once the wound is clean, apply a thin layer of antibiotic cream or ointment. Appropriate topical antibiotics can be found at any drugstore in the Manhattan Beach area. Next, you should cover your child’s wound with a bandage. When the bandage becomes wet or dirty it should be changed. Once a wound has healed enough to keep infection out, bandages should not be used since air exposure will speed your child’s healing.

Remember to watch for signs of infection such as redness, drainage, increased pain, swelling, or warmth. Contact your Southern California, Los Angeles area, or Orange County area pediatrician if you have any other concerns.

I’m Patti Langell of Manhattan Beach,
California. Children’s health in California is very important to me. I am the owner of a Manhattan Beach home business that sells a nutritional chocolate product. If you are interested in learning more, visit my web site at or call me at 310-200-7097.

You Can Have A Home-Based Business In Manhattan Beach

Friday, November 11th, 2011

You Can Have A Home-Based Business In Manhattan Beach What does it take to succeed as a home based business owner in Manhattan Beach? I believe that the most important quality is dedication. I operate a direct sales business in my Manhattan Beach home. My network includes over 1000 xobiotic distributors.

Many of my team members had never operated a home business before they launched their xobiotic business. However, they were committed to learning on the job. Perseverance is the key. Of course, they all brought the skills they had acquired in their previous positions and applied them to their new venture.

What are your skills? Do you work in the tech support department for a large Los Angeles online retailer? Are you a persuasive Los Angeles area sales rep? Are you a Orange County domestic technician (stay at home mom) who is a multi-tasking pro?

If so, you can build an income-generating home based business and supplement your income. If you would like to learn about the xobiotic opportunity, you can email me at or call me at 310-200-7097.


Do Your Manhattan Beach Kids Get Enough Fiber?

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Do Your Manhattan Beach Kids Get Enough Fiber? In the eighties, the importance of fiber garnered a lot of public attention in California. Bran appeared in cereals, muffins, and cookies, and whole wheat bread sales skyrocketed. You don’t hear much about fiber these days, but wise Manhattan Beach parents still serve high-fiber meals and snacks daily.

We all know that fiber is important for healthy bowel function, but this is not its only benefit. Los Angeles people who eat a high-fiber diet keep their cholesterol numbers in check. Numerous studies have shown a relationship between fiber intake and LDL levels.

Manhattan Beach children fed diets rich in fiber are more likely to maintain a healthy weight. Fiber-filled meals have lower calorie-volume ratios. Fiber is also important for blood sugar, as it can slow the rate of blood sugar absorption.

Do your Los Angeles children get enough fiber? School lunches rarely feature whole wheat breads and most kid-friendly snacks have too little fiber and too many empty calories.

Though it takes a little extra effort to locate fiber rich foods in many Los Angeles grocery stores, everyone in the family will benefit from increasing their fiber intake.

Xocai has several high fiber products that kids love. The Xocai X Protein Meal Shake has 8 grams of fiber per serving. Xocai Activ provides 28% of the daily recommended value for dietary fiber. Xocai healthy snacks and beverages are a great way to help your kids stay healthy.

Children’s Health Advocate Patti Langell
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3 Ways To Cut Your Kids’ Sugar Intake In Orange County

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

3 Ways To Cut Your Kids' Sugar Intake In Orange County

If your Orange County children are like mine, they love sweets. It seems like it takes a few years for children to appreciate flavors more sophisticated than Hubba Bubba and Fruity Pebbles. If my kids were in charge of the grocery list, we would eat popsicles for breakfast and gummy bears for dinner.

If you are trying to wean your kids (or yourself) off sugar, I suggest you reduce it in phases. Radical changes rarely succeed for Orange County children.

Here are 3 ways to reduce the sugar in your kid’s diets.

1) Drink less soda: they are loaded with sugar and empty calories.
2) Use whole grains: complex carbs provide long-term energy. Brown rice, whole wheat bread, and whole-grain pasta are all readily available at Orange County grocery stores.
3) Substitute natural sweeteners like stevia, honey, and 100% fruit juice. The more subtle sweetness provided by natural sweeteners helps taste buds adjust gradually to less sugar.

Xocai offers many low-glycemic healthy chocolate products that kids love. See for more information.

Check back here next week for more timely tips on improving your children’s health or call 310-200-7097 today. Here’s to a healthy week!

Keep Your Los Angeles Kids Fit

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

Keep Your Los Angeles Kids Fit An important element in any California child’s health is physical activity. Most young Manhattan Beach children are busy exploring their world and don’t need any encouragement to run, skip, or jump. But spontaneous activities like these may decline during the tween years when most Southern California children begin spending more time on indoor activities like TV watching, video game playing, and texting.

As Los Angeles parents we need to be more proactive during these years to make sure our kids are physically fit. Helping them choose a popular Los Angeles sport such as soccer, baseball, or skiing is an excellent way to encourage activity.

Provide active toys such as jump ropes, hula hoops, bikes, and roller blades and limit sedentary activities like movie watching.

Model the physically active behavior you want your Manhattan Beach child to have. Take walks with your kids. Take advantage of Los Angeles recreational options. Go snow boarding, swimming, or hiking with them to show them that being active and fit is important to you.

Active Southern California kids need healthy between-meal snacks such as dried fruit, nuts, string cheese, and protein bars. As a child’s health advocate in California, I would love to share one of my favorite super-nutritious snacks with you. Please contact me today!

health advocate Patti Langell
Manhattan Beach, California zip code 90266
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