Welcome to our newsletter. Each month, we will provide articles or stories for women focused on healthy living, with information and tips on how to do just that. Please share this newsletter with the women in your life – friends, family, coworkers and neighbors. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is easier when we do it together.

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Here's Another Way to Wear Persper-eez

We’ve heard from a couple of women that they are attaching the pads directly to their bra, laying the bra down on a flat surface and attaching the pads to the bottom edge of the bra, then putting it on. Let us know if you’ve tried it too.

2017 - The year in Review


At Persper-eez, we focus on helping women be healthy, confident, strong, and focused. Through our newsletter, we aim to share information that will help you be self-aware, informed, and empowered to care for yourself as you care for those around you. Here’s a look back at 2017:

In January, we discussed the roller coaster of blood sugar highs and lows, and how it affects our moods, energy, and attitude. We suggested ways to keep your blood sugar levels even throughout the day: Eat small amounts through the day. Consider mixing sweet with healthy, such as nuts and chocolate chips. Keep sugarless gum handy for those moments you need to put something in your mouth. And get up and go – not to the refrigerator but for a brisk walk on your break, as an after-work pick-me-up, or simply to get your mind off sugar.

February, the “sweet” month, was when we identified where sugar hides in the average diet. Watch out for condiments, yogurt, granola bars, instant oatmeal, and even vitamin water. Reading labels is the first step to identifying where sugar is hiding (watch out for glucose, fructose, sucrose, and high fructose corn syrup), and made healthier choices.

In March we discussed how to dress for success and comfort according to body type. Full-busted, curvy, pear, apple, or boyish – knowing your shape can help you choose clothes that flatter, as well as those to stay away from. Knowing you look good will give you confidence as you move (comfortably!) through your busy day.

In April, relaxation techniques were in the spotlight. Life gets crazy, so knowing how to activate your body’s natural relaxation response will help you feel better, and respond better, to whatever life throws your way. Techniques such as meditation, deep breathing, visualization, and progressive muscle relaxation can steady our mind and body. Life getting crazy? Take a breather and relax!

The month of May brought flowers, sunshine, and the evolution of the bra! From the 14th century on, women have had a love-hate relationship with this particular piece of undergarments. It took a Russian immigrant seamstress to change the fashion industry’s attitude toward the bra. One size never did fit all, and in 1922, Ida Rosenthal proved that to be true.

With the arrival of summer, June was a good time to discuss protein – what it is, why we need it, and how to get it to keep our bodies strong and our energy levels high through a busy summer. This essential nutrient, found throughout our body, builds tissue and makes hormones, does repair work, and makes our hair and nails grow. We find it in fish, poultry, beans and lentils, nuts and seeds, lean red meat, dairy and eggs. Loading the summer tote with protein-rich snacks will keep the family in great shape.

In July we dove into another discussion on body shapes, but this time for finding the perfect swimsuit. “I love shopping for swimsuits,” said no woman ever. But knowing your shape helps you find just the right suit to highlight your favorite features while downplaying the rest. Time at the beach is for relaxation and fun, not feeling self-conscious or uncomfortable in a swimsuit.

In August, with summer winding down, we looked into how the immune system works, and how we can boost it to stay strong and healthy. A strong immune system protects us from chronic illness, infection, and disease. A weakened immune system can lead to serious health conditions. From exercise to healthy eating, getting enough sleep, and washing our hands, there are many ways to help keep our immune system operating at its best. So go for a walk with a friend, find the funny side of life, get plenty of sleep (like your mother told you), and drink responsibly!

September brought information about salt, a crucial mineral which helps balance the fluids in our brain, and control electrical impulses in the body. It’s also been linked to high blood pressure, so monitoring our sodium intake is essential for a healthy body. For the best benefits, avoid added sodium in processed foods, focus less on refined sale (table salt), and experiment with other options such as sea salt, kosher, rock, and Himalayan salt.

October brings many changes—weather, leaf color, temperatures. That’s often how life feels as it buffets us with new ideas, stressful events, and world-wide news that often makes us feel helpless. Rather than focusing on life’s difficulties, look for truth (the beauty of life, the value of each person, etc.), and peace (the love of friends and family, the light of a sunrise). Find encouragement by putting discouragement aside and focusing on true friendship, the smile of a stranger. And celebrate moments (quiet moments with a friend, victory over illness, a promotion, and the simple act of waking each morning).

In November we gave thanks for our veterans and their families. This year, President Trump proclaimed November as National Veterans and Military Families Month—a time to honor and celebrate the sacrifices made for our country. “It is fitting,” states the proclamation, “that we come together to honor with gratitude our extraordinary veterans and military families, and their service to our country.”

To our loyal customers, we thank you for your patronage, your suggestions and ideas, and wish for you a healthy, happy, prosperous 2018!

The Persper-eez Team

Our contributing writer is Stacy Monson. She contributes to local and national publications on a variety of topics from healthy living to Alzheimer's Disease. She is also a published author of fiction. "The Color of Truth," the final book in her Minnesota-based series Chain of Lakes, has just released. While the first two books of the series have garnered a variety of awards including Readers' Favorite Book, Book Buyers Best, and National Excellence in Romance, the highly anticipated third book is expected to fare even better. Get your copies today at

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