Friday, April 01, 2011

What are Nutrition Bracelets?!

I have a real need to watch what I'm eating right now.
Any of you have that same problem?

Plus, being at that certain age, my memory isn't the greatest.

So I came up with a tool that would help me to remember what to eat.
(And my tools always have to do with bling...)

Something useful that's pretty.

Jewelry that can help you with your health!

Now you can buy jewelry because you NEED it.

"Honey... it's for my health. You WANT me to be healthy, right?!"

I followed the Canada Food Guide & made a bracelet
with different bead colours for each food group.

turquoise dyed howlite = water
green dyed magnesite = fruits & veggies
shell = milk products
brown African opal = grains
faux sponge coral = meat products

Each coloured section of beads also has a moveable charm.

Eat an apple, move the green charm one over.

At 2 p.m. when you want a snack, look at your bracelet and decide what you can have.
It's convinced me to go for the apple way more often!

I showed my nutrition bracelet to my friend, Bridget.

She suggested I make some for those who count points on Weight Watchers.
Great idea, Bridget!

This one has 15 points and 8 water:

Now I know Bridget's secret to her thinness... she counts points.
She is going to try out the Points Bracelet and let me know if it needs any tweaking.
It can be made in any colours of stones or glass beads that you wish.

I've been wearing my Nutrition Bracelet for about a month now. It's pretty & easy to use.
I get a lot of compliments on it from people who have no idea of its use. : )

Nutrition Bracelet with glass beads:

One more style in more petite beads for a lighter bracelet:

Have any other great ideas for bracelets that would also be helpful to you?

Email me with any ideas you might have at sunshineindustries (at) .

What do you think of the Nutrition/Points Bracelets?
Leave a comment!


1 comment:

Buy Vega said...

I haven't really heard about the benefits of these products, but they look very effective. Thanks for sharing that information.

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