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Ariix – A Dream Come True

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As part of a new series, we would like to introduce you to exceptional ARIIX representatives who have been singled out by their leaders as deserving of recognition for their positive contributions and inspirational lives. A Dream Come True Arlene Hutchinson (Heber, Utah) I joined ARIIX because of the existing... Read More
 

Acid Reflux

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Acid Reflux One of the most common complaints that I have heard in my office over the years is regarding heart burn and chest discomfort. Of course, it is critical to be sure that there is no evidence of heart disease, but most of these patients are in their twenties or... Read More
 

Rienna Swaanen – The Best Of The Best Is Excited About Ariix

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As part of a new series, we would like to introduce you to exceptional ARIIX representatives who have been singled out by their leaders as deserving of recognition for their positive contributions and inspirational lives. “The Best of the Best” Rienna Swaanen (Hoogeloon, Netherlands) Excited About ARIIX: I am very... Read More
 

Physical Activity Preserves Brain Function and Volume

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Physical Activity Preserves Brain Function and Volume One of the greatest fears I have had over my career is developing Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Although I don’t have any history of dementia in my family, simply dealing with patients and family members who have developed the disease has made me... Read More
 

How to Reduce the Medical Cost of Diabetes

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How to Reduce the Medical Cost of Diabetes  In 2011, the Center for Disease Control estimated that there were over 25 million individuals who had either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes. The America Diabetes Association estimated, in 2012, that the national health care cost of diabetes is $245 billion,... Read More
 

Eat Your SPF – Deanna Latson on San Diego Living

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Did you know food has the ability to help protect your skin from the sun’s damaging rays? That’s right! Learn how to increase your SPF, internally, by watching Deanna on San Diego Living! Read More
 

Making a Difference in the Health Community

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As part of a new series, we would like to introduce you to exceptional ARIIX representatives who have been singled out by their leaders as deserving of recognition for their positive contributions and inspirational lives. Making a Difference in the Health Community Maarten and Simone van der Velden (Netherlands) We... Read More
 

The Health Benefits of CoQ10

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The Health Benefits of CoQ10 CoQ10 is a vital component for our health because of its role as a coenzyme for three of the major enzyme systems that are responsible for 90 percent of the energy production within a cell. Coenzymes are employed by enzymes to accelerate a biochemical reaction... Read More
 

A Part Of Something Wonderful

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As part of a continuing series, we would like to introduce you to exceptional ARIIX representatives who have been singled out by their leaders for their positive contributions and inspirational lives. A part of something wonderful Jonathan Grenier (Montreal, Quebec) When I heard that Fred Cooper and Mark Wilson had... Read More
 

Obesity and Diabetes Epidemics

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Obesity and diabetes epidemics Today the U.S. and the world are facing obesity and diabetes epidemics. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reported in January 2012 that, in the U.S., more than one-third of adults and almost 17 percent of children are considered to be overweight or obese. The CDC... Read More