Weekly News, Jan 17th

We hope that you are enjoying our weekly news feature, and we will continue to share some of the things we have been reading throughout the week in hopes that you will find them useful. They will mostly, but not always, be USANA-related items covering health, nutrition and business.

Weekly NewsUSANA had an amazing 2013, check out some of the nearly 100 awards and accolades it received last year.

With the Winter Olympics approaching, USANA athletes are preparing to compete. USANA has been a strong supporter of the U.S. Women’s ski-jumping team, and their quest to compete in the Olympics for the first time. We are looking forward to cheering for these strong and determined women. This video is a nice profile of U.S. ski-jumper Sarah Hendrickson. To read more about the fight for inclusion, check out this article in Outside Magazine.

An interesting, and easy technique to control high blood pressure from Dr. Weil.

How many of these 19 Hard Things You Need To Do To Be Successful do you do? My favorite: “You have to make mistakes and look like an idiot.”

An inspiring video of a woman who takes a time-lapse of herself as she visits the gym for 100 days. GiveIt100.com is a great site that offers motivation and tracking of 100-day goals.

Dr. Libby shares her thoughts on vegetables, including why they are vital for optimal health, and how to increase your intake of these superfoods.

We have been blessed to get to know and work with Derek and Kinzie Lee, and are so proud to watch them emerge as leaders in USANA. In What’s Up USANA’s latest profile, Derek shares how he recently turned in his resignation letter and decided to work USANA full-time.

Watching the NFL playoffs this weekend? Check out this commercial of the Seahawks’ Derrick Coleman, and how he overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles to play at the highest level.

Have a great weekend.

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  • Tom

    Thank you for sharing this power packed post!

  • Thanks for the shout out! Great weekly news update 🙂

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