Cooper City, FL (PressExposure) November 25, 2008 -- â As a mother of nine and grandmother of 26, itâs no wonder Maple Heightsâ Betty Terrion found herself exhausted on a daily basis. Being the matriarch of a large family is hard work, and most people would say Betty earned the right to relax during her golden years. The only problem: Betty wasnât ready to hang up her walking shoes.
âIâve had an eventful and delightful life,â says Betty, âbut I wasnât happy with my lack of energy. In fact, I was embarrassed by it.â Over the past several years, Bettyâs arthritic knees slowly hampered her mobility to the point where she woke up every morning, said her prayers, made breakfast for her and husband Daniel, and then went back to bed for 30 minutes to rest.
âI was always tired, and I had no energy,â Betty says, noting that she often declined outings with friends due to her listlessness. âInstead of going out, Iâd make excuses to stay home. The lack of energy depressed me something awful.â
Bettyâs life changed dramatically after she heard a radio ad for a free range bee pollen product that promised to boost energy. After taking the product for two weeks, Betty felt a significant shift in her energy. On a scale of 1 to 10, she was a self-professed 4 before taking the bee pollen; now sheâs at 9.
âI have more, so much more energy, which Iâm thrilled with,â Betty says. âItâs made me feel younger, too, because Iâm doing so much more than I was before.â Instead of going back to bed in the mornings, Betty now uses her treadmill for 15 minutes seven days a week and has a goal of boosting her daily regimen to 20 minutes.
Betty wanted to make sure her physician approved of her new routine. She got the green light during a recent visit, when the doctor said: If it makes you feel good, keep doing it. Betty has since stopped taking her daily multi-vitamin, too. âI never felt a difference taking vitamins; I took them because I thought they were good for me,â she says.
The transformation has surprised her entire family. âThey were always asking me, âwhat in the world has gotten into you?â says Betty. Now her husband, two sisters, two daughters and a grandson are taking the pollen.
âIâm thrilled to pieces. I have so much more energy throughout the day, and it affects my attitude in a positive way,â says Betty. âIâm up and ready to go nowadays, accepting invitations with friends rather than making excuses. Iâm a completely different person and enjoying my new-found energy.â
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