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Supplement Spotlight – Digestive Enzyme

Digestive Enzyme Keeps Things Comfortable Written by Camille Fletcher FEBRUARY 4, 2014 You ate too much. You changed your diet. That ice cream didn’t agree with you. Who thought that a greasy cheeseburger was a good idea? There are all kinds of situations that can…

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Finally!!!

I learned this over 10 years ago from the scientists and doctors at USANA Health Sciences.  I’ve been coaching about the damage is causes and steps to reduce it from the first day I was certified as a personal trainer. I’m no heart surgeon but…

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Fats That Heal?

by Daniela Aguiniga MD The cell membrane is structural skin that surrounds all cells of the body.  It serves as a doorway to allow nutrients in and out of the cell and it is vibrant with activity.  The cell membrane is often considered the essence…

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I’d say shit like – Age is just a number!

Rant 69 December 2013: The Winter of Our Content Krista Scott-Dixon “A myth is the dream of a culture.” —Joseph Campbell “We’re all bozos on the bus, so we might as well sit back and enjoy the ride.” —Wavy Gravy Having passed through the abundant…

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Sleep, Ageing and Cancer

I hear it often these days from a wide demographic.  Older adults, young adults, even kids aren’t sleeping. Some conversations I have, or over hear, they even wear it like a badge of honour comparing how little sleep they survive on with co-workers and friends….

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Do You Know What’s in Your Supplements?

A must read if you take Supplements. Choose your brand Carefully.  Gord Jessica Whiting, November 21, 2013 at 8:00 am. USANA is committed to excellence, and that includes the manufacturing process. When visitors tour our manufacturing facility, they witness exactly what goes into each of…

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Starts Next Week @ World Gym Kelowna

Starts December 3rd or 5th for 3 Weeks in December – Two Weeks Off around Christmas – 5 Weeks in January/February 2014.

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