Weekly News, April 11th

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.

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Vitamin DRecent Vitamin D studies from Harvard and Oxford Universities showed that taking Vitamin D (specifically Vitamin D3) may decrease your risk of death from heart disease and cancer by 11%. USANA’s Vitamin D contains 2000 IUs of Vitamin D3.

A new study links sugary drinks to obesity in children. Want a healthy drink? USANA offers a healthy alternative to sugary drinks with Nutrimeal, shown in this new video.

Darren Hardy offers some great tips in his series, Giving Wow Presentations. This week’s installment includes one of the best presentations ever given.

Do you want to be more charismatic? Here are 9 things you can do to become more charismatic.

A simple tip to cut calories, while at the same time increasing mindfulness — eat slowly.

10 phrases great speakers never use. Are you using these in your presentations?

An interesting take on Gen-Y, and how the American Dream is changing. A highlight:

For many millennials, American Dream-style consumption feels cookie cutter. Products or services that help us make unique, true-to-us choices will also have a great shot at success.

Reading the Darren Hardy article above led me to re-listen to this amazing speech by Steve Jobs. I’ve heard it before, but every time I listen to it, it touches, motivates, and inspires me. If you’ve already seen it, it’s worth watching again, and if you haven’t seen it, you really owe it to yourself to watch it.

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