Thursday, October 28, 2010

Taking Health and Wellness Head-on with USANA

If you've followed my Twitter stream lately, you probably are aware that I have been hinting about my health concerns. For now, my only issue is cholesterol; however, if left unchecked, this can lead to other problems downstream, like heart disease.

This has made me reconsider and take steps to change my lifestyle. I love technology and the Internet; but the truth is, doing this stuff all day is not healthy. Unchecked geeking has a detrimental effect on the body because of its sedentary nature, not to mention the skinny arms and legs from lack of muscles.

Clearly, I have to make a conscious and deliberate change in my life in all aspects like diet, exercise, sleep, and even spiritually. Of course, it helps to have friends and family who also want to improve their lives join me in this quest.

For this reason, I have joined USANA Health Sciences as an Associate. Yes, this means that in addition to talking about social media and fixing computers, I also sell nutritional products. But don't let that put you off. I mainly joined because they have good quality products that even Olympic athletes are comfortable taking.

I am no athlete, mind you. But, as part of a well-rounded approach to wellness, I'm adding USANA products to my daily life. My friends Lebby and Doriz explained to me prior to joining that nobody in the world pays you to become healthy; but, with USANA, I have the opportunity to improve my health with the support of other associates AND earn some lunch money in the process.

More importantly, USANA gives me the opportunity to evangelize the benefits of good health to the people I care about and do business with every day.

Here is a video that gives you an overview of the great company I am joining.

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Before closing, I urge you to think about what you are doing to maintain good health and wellness. Proper nutrition, fitness, and overall wellness requires a lot of learning; I recommend finding somebody or somebodies you trust to help guide you in your journey to a better life. It takes time; it takes effort. But, with some determination, you can change your life for the better. Join me on this quest.

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