Friday, October 28, 2011

Arthritis Costs Economy $33B in 2010: USANA Has Solutions

Arthritis is crippling adults, and even children, at an alarming rate.    The situation is even worse for athletes and those who are subject to high amounts of physical stress at work or at home.  The wellness industry is hurting.

Arthritis affects our economy, slows productivity and ruins lives.

Over 4.4 million Canadians have OsteoArthritis and the prognosis for the next 30 years is for 10 million.   Will you be one of those millions with painful joints in your knees, hips and back?  Will it slow down or put a stop to your career?  Will it keep you from playing with your children and grandchildren?

Powerful supplementation with USANA science-based products offers very real ways to maintain healthy joints.  How serious are you about protecting your health?

1.  Procosa gets results.   

The newest formulation contains a combination of glucosamine with the patented Meriva bioavailable curcumin, manganese, vitamin C, and silicon.   This comprehensive approach to joint health helps to retain healthy cartilage and support for a healthy inflammatory response.  Read more about the science behind Procosa here.

What's this product mean for you?   Peace of mind, knowing you are using a highly scientific product to impact your joints and inflammation. 

2.  BiOmega oils the joints.

Like the tin man in the Wizard of OZ, we all need oil for our joints.  

Studies have shown that omega-3 fatty acids, in the form of fish oil supplements are effective in supporting healthy joints, promoting optimal neural development function, and maintaining good bone health.  Omega-3's also support heart health.

USANA's BiOmega is produced from cold-water, deep-sea fish oil and contains a balanced, highly concentrated daily dose of two important Omega-3 fatty acids.

If you've ever witnessed someone who is suffering with OsteoArthritis or Rheumatoid Arthritis, you'll want to do everything you can to promote healthy joints for yourself.

Deanna Waters  
Let's talk joints!


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