Count Me Healthy Jewelry-Beautiful Jewelry for Better Health

Introducing Count Me Healthy Jewelry, the first and only precious metal bracelet, that discretely tracks your health goals, while serving as a constant reminder of your commitment to well-being.
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Count Me Healthy Jewelry can be used by women of all ages:
COUNT ON IT TO HELP MONITOR:
-Glasses of water
-Calories
-Carbohydrates
-Popular diet 'point' systems
-Vitamin * mineral supplements
-Daily prescriptions
-Golf Swings

COUNT ON IT TO HELP REDUCE:
-Cigarettes when quitting
-Sugary Sodas
-Sweets in General

It's Simple..Here's how it works
1: Choose a health Goal. 2: Assign a value to each bead based on that goal. 3: Then, slide each bead from one side to the other-counting your way to better health.

Count Me Healthy's simple, yet elegant design looks great with everything, from jeans to cocktail dresses. It is also hand-crafted with sterling silver beads, lightweight and perfect for everyday activities.

For More information, please contact Lisa Lilley at 337.319.8636 or email at lisa@countmehealthyjewelry.com

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