Lynn Becker joins us with some great products you can purchase to help aid in research to breast cancer awareness.
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Audra Lowe: This month, we brought you quite a few segments to promote breast cancer awareness and we thought it would be nice to showcase a few other products that helped women live healthier life. Lynn Becker is a lifestyle expert and she’s got a few items that everybody should know about. Lynn Becker: Oh yes, I do. First of all, let’s start with chocolate. It’s the best way to help to fight breast cancer. This is Ghirardelli, luxe milk all natural premium milk chocolate partnering with the National Breast Cancer Foundation, funding early detection education programs and mammograms. Do you see the special pink ribbon? Audra Lowe: Yes, I like that. Lynn Becker: That means there is a code inside the packaging, you enter it online at Ghirardelli.com/looksmilky and win great instant prizes but more importantly for every code entered, Ghirardelli donates $1.00 to the foundation up to $100,000.00. Audra Lowe: Wow, fantastic. Bumble Bee has an interactive program, right? Lynn Becker: Oh, such a great program. You’ve got to check it out. Its called the Beewellforlife -- but two E’s -- Beewellforlife.com. Create your own account and you get nutrition and exercise information. But more importantly, you can enter in the miles that you’ve walk, run or bike everyday, and now through December 31st, Bumble Bee pays 15 cents per mile to the Breast Cancer Network of Strength, which is 27/7 breast cancer support center up to $200,000.00. It’s a great idea. Audra Lowe: Okay, and now we’re going talk about prunes, because when you go and buy prunes, you’ve got think pink. Now this -- Lynn Becker: These are individually wrapped Sunsweet Prunes. They are the super fruit snack. You can enjoy them anywhere. And they also have Sunsweet Plums, 100% juice. They have a light version as well. Clinically proven to help you maintain a regular digestive track. Sunsweet.com will give you more information. Audra Lowe: It’s very important. Lynn Becker: Let’s see those pretty little pink shoes down there. Audra Lowe: I like those. Lynn Becker: Those are the Skechers Shape-ups Awareness Shoes. Skechers is donating $10.00 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation for every pair that’s sold. They’re limited edition shoes so, silver insets, pink ribbons and accents. And they tone your muscles, promote weight loss, make it easy to get in shape about $110.00 at Skechers’ stores or Skechers.com Audra Lowe: Great. And tell me about this computer you’ve got. It’s a laptop. Lynn Becker: Oh, it is pretty. This is the Dell Inspiron M101z. It comes with a AMD processor. It’s around $450.00, it comes loaded with a webcam, Skype, and a cozy family organizer for every pink laptops and desktop that it sells, Dell as contributing $5.00 to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure. They’re up to $1.4 million so far. Audra Lowe: And it’s so compact, look at how tiny that is, I love it. Lynn Becker: I love this one. Audra Lowe: Now, eBays also inviting people to go in their closets, pullout some of your items. Lynn Becker: That’s right. They’re the largest online marketplace, but you don’t have to buy anything. Just find something in your closet and sell it and donate a portion to breast cancer research. You can get regular items, you can get celebrity auction items like a dress from Twilight, it’s actually green. All money raised benefits more than 100 breast cancer nonprofits. You can plunge your support at eBay.com/jumpstart. You could get entered and win maybe even a $100.00 eBay holiday shopping. Audra Lowe: So, you can win some money, I like that. Yes. Lynn Becker: Let’s talk quickly about feminine hygiene, women don’t realize that bacterial vaginosis or BV is twice as common as the yeast infections. There’s a brand new product called VHEssentials, it’s the only BV treatment widely available over the counter at CVS, Walgreens, Rite-Aide. All natural homeopathic -- it give you relief from most common symptoms and you can go to VHEssentials.com for more information. Audra Lowe: Now,