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2. Eleven ranks of progression offers clear path to success.
3. Additional reward for each rank progression.
4. Equal opportunity for everyone to advance to highest rank
5. Accumulative system, no limit time.
6. Multiple pay-outs with lifetime.
7. The more leaders you promote, the bigger your rewards.
8. Take-your-breath away recognition programs.
9. Strong promotional and training support [via online or offline].
Tupperware Inspira magazine
Detoxification is based on the principle that illnesses can be caused by the accumulation of toxic substances in the body. These include heavy metals and various chemicals such as pesticides, pollutants, and food additives. Drugs and alcohol have toxic effects on the body. Digestion of food also creates toxic by-products. Some people’s digestive tract becomes unable to digest food properly due to years of overeating and diets high in fat and processed foods and low in fiber. When this happens, food cannot pass through the digestive tract efficiently. Instead of being digested properly or eliminated from the bowel, food can literally rot inside the digestive tract and produce toxic by-products. This state is known as toxic colon syndrome or intestinal toxemia.
The body has natural methods of detoxification. Individual cells detoxify in the lymphatic system. The liver is the main organ for detoxification assisted by the kidneys, intestines and skin. Detoxification therapies try to activate and assist the body’s own detoxification process.
Proper detoxification specialists will do a host of tests of the blood, urine and allergic reactions. They will enact dietary changes, eliminating allergy-causing and unhealthy foods, and emphasizing foods that assist detoxification and healing – low fat, high fibre, vegetarian with a raw food emphasis. Processed foods, alcohol and caffeine are avoided. Nutritional supplements, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, and essential fatty acids are often prescribed here as well as herbal supplements.
For toxic bowel syndrome, herbal laxatives and high fiber foods such as psyllium seeds are given to cleanse the digestive tract. Colonics are used to cleanse the lower intestines.
Lacto-Fiber contains both soluble fiber to absorb intestinal toxins and insoluble fiber to cleanse the colon. Lacto-fiber also contains important nutrients to prevent colon cancer that results from toxins accumulating in the intestinal tract. It also help rid toxins trapped in the lymphatic system.
Certain doctors also provide chelation therapy to rid the body of heavy metals. Some of them also offer colonic lavage to clean out your lower intestine.
Fasting is another major therapy in detoxification. It is one of the quickest ways to eliminate stored toxins in the body and to prompt the healing process. There are various types of fast – liquid fast, juice fast, etc. All in all we should fast regularly to keep healthy.
ORLANDO, FL (March 7, 2008) –Fortune released the revered “Most Admired Companies” list today and not only was Tupperware Brands Corporation included for the first time on the list but the company also ranked number two in the Household Products category. This is an unprecedented ranking for a first-time appearance on the respected list.
The Fortune “Most Admired Companies” list is the definitive report card on corporate reputations. The list is created from an annual survey conducted by Hay Group in conjunction with Fortune, of over 15,000 top executives and members of the financial sphere. High level executives, directors and analysts are asked to rate companies in their respective industries based on eight criteria: quality of management, quality of products and services, innovation, long-term investment value, financial soundness, people management, social responsibility and use of corporate assets. In order to be included in The Most Admired list, a company’s score must rank in the top half of its industry survey.
“It is an immense honor to be included on Fortune’s “Most Admired Companies” list and to earn the number two ranking among such strong contenders,” said Rick Goings, Chairman and CEO of Tupperware Brands Corporation. “To be recognized by our colleagues in the industry is truly remarkable.”
The latest rankings can be found in this month’s edition of the magazine, as well as online. Please visit the Household Products List directly below:
Published on: Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Kota Kinabalu: Tupperware, a brand name in Malaysia synonymous to durable plastic food containers, has now expanded its range of products to strengthen its benchmark and position in the country.
Its Area Vice President for the Southeast Market & Managing Director, David Wong, said they have expanded its range of products to sell other products with reliable brand names in cosmetics, spa, personal care products, healthcare necessities, household cleaners and set of dining sets, among others.
"What many Malaysians may not know, however, is that there's more to Tupperware today than just superior, durable containers that are backed by a lifetime warranty.
"Now the brand name has a worldwide sales force of over two million in close to 100 countries and a global portfolio that encompasses eight brands, five of which have found their way to local shores.
"It started with 'BeautiControl' for beauty and personal care products, 'Tupperchef' - a premium choice of cookware; 'TupperClean' household cleaners; 'NatureCare' for healthcare necessities; and 'Hanookke' for fine dining sets," Wong said.
He said this in a business review for the media and its Kota Kinabalu sales force held at its business centre in Lintas Plaza near here on Monday.
"We are producing other range of products and new ones so as to be relevant and suit contemporary lifestyles of the people that are changing nowadays.
Wong said the company looks set to break new ground in East Malaysia with the launch of its new business plan on Aug 1, this year. He said the new business plan aims to empower more Sabahans and Sarawakians to achieve their dreams by providing them with the possibility of maximising their income potential.
With over 20,000 sales personnel currently in Sabah and Sarawak, he said they are anticipating growth sales of about 20 per cent annually from both states.
Wong said they are aiming to open up a total of 60 centres in the country by the end of next year and in East Malaysia they are planning to open up another five business centres by then.
Meanwhile, its Sales Development Manager for Sabah and Sarawak, Christine Chua Nai Peng said the sales for both states from January to July stood at 37 per cent before the launching of the new business plan for its direct selling business.
She said there was a rise of 30 per cent in the sales force in Sabah and expects a better sales growth after the launch of the new business plan.
Presently, she said there are about 10,000 members in Sabah of whom 850 are active ones.