Monthly Archives: February 2015

Product of the Week

Visionex

Visionex

You think about the health of your heart, brain, and bones, but what about your eyes? How important is your vision to your overall health? Ophthalmologists recommend adding antioxidant supplements to your daily diet to help maintain long-term eye health. USANA formulated Visionex with lutein, zeaxanthin, and bilberry extract to work together to help the retina.* Visionex also contains vitamin C along with other nutrients to help maintain the structure of the lens. Your eyes are made of delicate tissues that need protection. Don’t take your vision for granted!

Preferred customer price: $31.45

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Oil of the Week


Magnify Your Purpose

Magnify Your Purpose

Magnify Your Purpose™ is a specially crafted blend of essential oils that stimulates creativity, desire, focus, and motivation. It helps foster a positive attitude, encouraging you to rise above adversity, seize the initiative, overcome procrastination and self-pity, and magnify your life’s purpose.

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Information provided here is for educational use only and is not intended to replace proper medical advice. IT IS NOT for diagnostic or prescriptive use or to be construed as instruction on how to cure or treat any condition, illness or disease. Every individual is different, and what may work for one may not work for another person. If you have a health challenge, see the medical professional of your choice.

Exercise Tip of the Week

Does running reduce depression?

Running and exercise can help reduce depression because exercise releases hormones in the body that help to elevate mood and increase energy. The greater total number of exercise sessions usually leads to a correlating decrease in depression. Greater lengths (months) of exercise also usually mean a greater reduction in depression. On the other hand, an excessive amount of exercise at one time can lead to elevated states of depression. Even though exercise can reduce depression, getting a depressed person to exercise can be difficult because that person may be fatigues, lack motivation, and have low self-esteem. Often their fitness levels are low.