Jeanette Brooks – Testimonial
Nov 9th, 2010 by Xarah

My dutch friend Peter has recorded a call (don’t mind the background noises) with Jeanette Brooks. This woman touches me everytime I hear her. He even met her when MXI opened Norway. It’s about half an hour. If you know anybody who wants to lose weight or is obese, pass this video on to them. They will be thankful to you for ever!

If it does not “run” smoothly, you might want to let it load for a minute or two.

Xocai Weight Loss with Raw Unprocessed Chocolate. Since 16 Aug 2010 a new high antioxidant X Protein Meal with 50.000 ORAC a DAY. See for more info and pilot study with Dr Steve Warren.

Get back to me after you’ve listened to it all. Let’s talk about it.

50 People, 6 Weeks, 1000 Lbs
Nov 9th, 2010 by Xarah

Some photos of before and after participants of the Xocai X Protein Study. I think a lot of those people are even happier about the fact that they don’t have pain anymore, or don’t have to ask for extensions on airplanes anymore, or can sit on a single seat on the bus.

Geneve, after 6 weeks, down 14.3 pounds and 8.5 inches!


Jennifer after six weeks. Down 27.1 pounds and 7.4 inchesjenn_before_and_after_week_6_r7jv

LaRue after six weeks. Down 18.4 pounds and 10.5 inches!

Click here to see the Study

And when you are ready to let go of some of that weight you are schlepping around, get in touch with me. I’ll help you.


Free Radicals
Nov 7th, 2010 by Xarah

X Protein MealshakeFree radicals actually stimulate pathways in the body that convert food to fat. Fat cells in the body produce inflammatory chemicals which can prevent sugars from being utilized properly . . . so you wind up with higher blood sugar . . . which converts to fat. Each fat cell in your body is like a chemical factory set up to produce . . . more fat cells! What a horrible, vicious cycle! Antioxidant rich foods are vital in interrupting that unhealthy cycle.

The importance of antioxidants in a weight management system can’t be overemphasized because the process of losing weight actually releases more free radicals into your body than normal. Free radicals are those “bad guys” that are linked to everything from heart disease to cancer, neuronal degeneration and aging–aka wrinkles.

Antioxidants are measured on the ORAC scale. This scale measures how well a food mops up the free radicals in the blood stream. When you eat the best, antioxidant dense foods, you’re energetic, and you feel strong, focused, and empowered to continue to eat healthfully.

The new MXI product X Protein Meal Replacement is a high-antioxidant product. I have gotten 2 bags from a friend who came to my country. I am through both bags now I have to find someone else who either visits the US (not traveling) or lives there and is visiting my country – and is willing to bring me another bag and they are not small… 1.5 kilos 🙂

Of course we all here in Europe hope it’ll be available for us soon, too.

I have not lost that much weight as other people but others have noticed and asked me if I had lost weight. Maybe it does not show on the scale but on the looks. Also those black slacks I wear for choir events didn’t fit that tight as they used to.

Get back to me if you want to know more about this X Protein high-antioxidant meal replacement. Have I mentioned that it tastes yummy? Kinda chocolatey and I can add frozen summer fruits like any kind of berries. Reminding me of those wonderful summer days…

Xocai Weight Loss Tour
Sep 26th, 2010 by Xarah

B E   T H E R E !!!


Reno, NV – October 4
Tempe, AZ – October 5
Portland, OR – October 6
Coeur d’Alene, ID – October 7
Salt Lake City / Sandy, UT – October 8
Costa Mesa, CA October 9


Lafayette, IN – October 12
Morristown, TN October 13
Atlanta, GA – October 14
Orlando, FL – October 15
Denver, CO – October 16

Aug 18th, 2010 by Xarah

Bariatrics is the branch of medicine that deals with the causes, prevention, and treatment of obesity. The term bariatrics was created around 1965, from the Greek root bar- (“weight,” as in barometer), suffix -iatr (“treatment,” as in pediatrics), and suffix -ic (“pertaining to”). The field encompasses dieting, exercise and behavioral therapy approaches to weight loss, as well as pharmacotherapy and surgery.

Overweight and obesity are rising medical problems of pandemic proportions. There are many detrimental health effects of obesity: Specifically, individuals with a BMI (Body Mass Index) exceeding a healthy range have a much greater risk of a wide range of medical issues. These include heart disease, diabetes, many types of cancer, asthma, obstructive sleep apnea, chronic musculoskeletal problems, etc. There is also a clear effect of obesity on mortality.

People may find it difficult to lose weight on their own. Indeed, it is common for dieters to have tried a variety of fad diets only to find that they return to their original weight or potentially see a weight gain after a period of time.

Although diet, exercise, behavior therapy and anti-obesity drugs are first-line treatment, medical therapy for severe obesity has limited short-term success and almost nonexistent long-term success. Weight loss surgery generally results in greater weight loss than conventional treatment, and leads to improvements in quality of life and obesity related diseases such as hypertension and diabetes. The combination of approaches used may be tailored to each individual patient.

Source Wikipedi. For References

bariatricsEver since the leaders of Xocai had started talking about the new weight loss system MXI was coming out with they mentioned Dr. Kennedy and the word Bariatrics. Yesterday I listened (and watched) the monthly Corp call and there was this image and for the first time I saw this word. I googled it because my could not translate it. The text above is what I found on Wikipedia.

With the Xoçai High-Antioxidant

Weight-Loss System from Xocai I don’t agree with surgery being the best solution. Even some of the people in my video would surely lose weight, start feeding their bodies with nutrition instead of empty calories and generally just start feeling better.

Too bad I don’t know anybody that obese. I only know people who want to lose 5, 10 lbs, make that kilos in my case :-))) though I’m not obese but carrying that extra weight up to the 4th floor every day, sometimes several times a day is a drag!

Get back to me if you know someone who wants to lose weight, even if they had been trying many time. No matter how much they want or need to lose. No matter how old they are. We’ll be coming out with the results of our clinical study soon, so watch this space!


Antioxidants explained
Aug 14th, 2010 by Xarah

kopfhoererKerry talks to Paula Pritchard about the new weight loss program Xocai is introducing and she also explains Antioxidants – much better than I ever could.

I wanted to add the audio here but the upload is limited to 2 MB, so I had to upload it onto one of my other sites.

😉 you can also download it there and listen to it at your leisure.

Antioxidants Explained – an Audio

What are Antioxidants?
Aug 13th, 2010 by Xarah

antioxidant foodsI always confused Antioxidants with Free Radicals. Both terms are usually used in the same sentence.

I always thought the Free Radicals are the good guys. They might be a bit radical maybe rebells but they are free.


Yes, the are free, the freely roam your body and because they miss part of them they go after the healthy cells and try to steal what they miss.

They oxidise your body. Let’s take a car. You would not be happy if your car was all rusty, right? You would take any kind of action to either get ridd of the rust or to prevent it! Why don’t we do that with our body?

Stress, food, water, alcohol, cigarettes, stress, bad mood, and the list goes on creates Free Radicals (remember, those are the bad guys). That’s why we have been told to eat lots of veggies and fruits! BUT! Yes, there is a but. But we cannot eat that much fruit and vegetables (and it would be very costly if we tried) to get at least 10’000 ORACS into our body – every day!

3 Xocai Squares or 3 Xocai Nuggets do the trick: a little over 10’000 ORACS. And who doesn’t like chocolate? Just replace the bad with the good. And get in touch with me so you can have your healthy chocolate tomorrow, too.

Not losing any weight
Aug 12th, 2010 by Xarah

X Protein Meal Replacement ShakeI just got weighed and measured at the Viva Center and compared to the first measurement last December I did not lose any weight, I actually gained weight!

The first read of fat/BMI showed less! So figured, I lost fat and put on muscles. But the measurer said, BMI always is higher if weight is higher. Pants!

I have started to eat more protein (not meat though), bought a protein drink and take it twice a day, yet I put on weight. Of course the last measuring has been 9 months ago, so I might have lost and just put on a bit again, or I had put on a lot and lost a lot just not back to the same numbers.

I can’t wait to get my hands on the new X Protein Meal Replacement Shake from Xocai! Friends who are going to visit Switzerland will bring me two bags. Anybody coming to visit?

And have I mentioned that’s not only based on chocolate but it’s high in Antioxidants.

Shocking Video
Aug 11th, 2010 by Xarah

This is a pretty shocking video. You are warned. Watch it anyways!

After you watched it, and you want to take action, get back to me!


Drinking Water
Aug 5th, 2010 by Xarah

blackboardsheetsI was listening to call called “Get lean with Kerry Dean”. That’s a call by Kerry with guests about the new product from Xocai: X Protein Meal Shake. Anyway.

One of the guests mentioned that even though she’s not eating the advised 1200 calories she’s not hungry. In this program they all are “forced” to drink lots of water.

My theory is: people with a weight problem often mistake thirst for hunger and eat. Since they have to drink a lot in this program, they do not get that feeling of what they had been assuming to be hungry because they are not thirsty. Makes sense?


Even though I cannot be on the program I did buy some protein shake, I write down what I drink when I drank it and I bought a step-o-meter. I have to admit I often don’t reach the 10’000 steps. But usually drink at least 3 liters of plain water without bubbles.

Like yesterday. I was listening to a couple of the recorded calls on my little iPod and went up to the little forestlet. There was a nice bench and I sat down. Then I remembered that I needed 10’000 steps and walked around those woods and discovered several small paths that I had not seen before. Of course I walked them 2 or 3 times until the call was over. That forest is really small.

Still, I didn’t make the 10’000 steps but a lot more than I would have without the step-o-meter or my goal to get to 10’000 steps.

Do you want to lose 5-10 pounds? Get back to me!

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