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We’ve reduced our food to points?

This is ridiculous in my mind. We’ve gotten so obscure about our food. This is NOT food. It’s a food like substance produced by food scientists and is part of the reason we are so unhealthy.  Admit it to yourself as the first step to getting healthier. You’re attracted…

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Clearly a Great Product

Clearly a Great Product—Visionex Approved by ConsumerLab.com To us at USANA, it’s clear that lutein and zeaxanthin are essential for eye health—that’s why they are the essential ingredients in VisionexTM. But now we aren’t the only ones who recognize that we are putting the best of…

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Adequate Vitamin D & Pregnancy

Adequate vitamin D during pregnancy improves a baby’s score on developmental tests At a GlanceVitamin D during pregnancy may boost a baby’s brain health, according to a new Spanish study. Read more about this research below. A recent study published in the journal Pediatrics, has…

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Are you plugged in?

 Are you plugged in? Earthing and the radical implications of energy balance in health. by Donny W11 By Jonás G. Chong Curiel Head of Department – Psychology and Spirituality Programs Sanoviv Medical Institute http://www.sanoviv.com/usana/2145099 There are many things to consider when following a healthy lifestyle: the right…

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Improve your health and love life.

I have tickets available if you would like to attend. I only have a few so contact me soon. gordonwpalmer@shaw.ca

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Your Health, Your Life, Your Way – It all adds up to a better product for you.

USANA Accolades: A Well Rounded Company ALLIE HENDERSON  As I write this, my dog is unendingly trying to get my attention. Whether it’s by placing his face on my keyboard and deleting unsaved words, dropping his obnoxious Kong repeatedly on our hardwood floors, or expressing how upset…

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Sleep deprivation increased food intake and may promote obesity

At a GlanceResearch shows a connection between short-term sleep deprivation and increased food intake, indicating that lack of sleep may be a factor that promotes obesity.Read more about this research below. It is known that short-term sleep deprivation increases plasma concentrations of ghrelin (a hormone…

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