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Product of the Week

MagneCal D

Your bones are the foundation of your healthy lifestyle. Support them with our perfectly balanced MagneCal D. The secret is equal amounts of magnesium and calcium plus advanced levels of vitamin D. This supports a more ideal ratio of these nutrients in your body. The benefits of MagneCal D go beyond bone health. It also supports your heart, muscles, healthy energy metabolism, and more.*

Health Benefits

  • Provides balanced levels of calcium and magnesium, along with advanced levels of vitamin D in truly bioavailable forms
  • Helps maintain strong, healthy bones, teeth, and nails*
  • Supports healthy muscle function and strength*

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Deal of the Week

Inspire Skin Health

Our next Inspire Skin Health week starts February 15th! 

Inspire Skin Health is a week of learning about skin health down to the cellular level. Learn about what you should put ON your skin, as well as what you should put IN your body for healthy skin…and for healthy aging! 😉 This workshop is set up so you can pop in and out throughout the week to learn on your own time with a LIVE Sip N Scrub on Thursday night! 🙂 Plus, it’s totally FREE with daily giveaways!

Want to join us and learn how to love your body and the skin you’re in? Just click here to join the group and start learning! 

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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.