Your answer to cellular health is delivered to you by USANA, via THREE powerful product lines:
Pharmaceutical-grade nutritional supplements for all generations
Convenient, low-glycemic dietary products that help curb carb addictions and promote weight loss
Self-preserving (no chemical preservatives) Skin Care that provides nutrients from the outside in!
I help educate people on simple steps they can take which improve and maintain their health and the health of their family. I do this through an online Healthy Lifestyle program called The Healthy Edge, and through my USANA business.
USANA Health Sciences is one of America’s leading companies in the field of health and nutrition. USANA products are based on 30 years of research on cellular nutrition and are certified across the world for quality and efficacy. USANA has received 43 awards for quality in the first quarter of 2012 alone. In 2011 we received a record-breaking 45 accolades.
I always listen to your needs and questions first to determine the best approach for helping you. I’ll provide resources that will help you learn about and put into action lifestyle changes that can help you maintain better health, manage your weight, and improve your skin. Realistically, I know I don’t have all the answers, so I also provide referrals to local health care providers in my network.
The perennial tomboy while growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, I spent whole summers camping by Lake Allatoona, swimming, sailing and water-skiing. I met my best friend, my husband, at UNC –Chapel Hill while working on my B.S. in Biology. I’m always thankful how Kent, a chemist, helped me survive analytical chemistry class!
I became a USANA Health Sciences Associate in 2004. Before getting started in my business, I worked for over 24 years at UNC-Chapel Hill in medical research, the majority of those years studying the role of inflammation in chronic degenerative diseases. I loved the science, but I needed a more flexible schedule that would work with my family’s needs.
We have been married over 30 years, and have two sons. My oldest, Ryan, will be married as of May 28, 2011. I love being mom-in-law to a daughter- you’ll have to ask Ashley if she feels the same.
My younger son, Kevin, has had health challenges his whole life: starting with a diagnosis of diabetes at 17 months, with resulting brain injury. He helps me realize what is truly important in life.
I am a nature lover, gardener, backpacker, and fabric artist. Do visit my garden. Don’t ask to see my quilting room unless you understand the ways of a creative mind….hey- that’s organized mess.
I am a student and a teacher all in one. I am compassionate and often provide for others much more readily than for myself. I enjoy meeting new people, but don’t collect names. Relationships are much more important.
My Ideal Referral is:
My customer makes their own health and the health of their family a priority. Understanding the difference between hype and quality, and having the desire to learn more, my clients are motivated to take charge of their health.
When clients are motivated, but just overwhelmed by just "what to do", I help them take simple steps according to their own personal needs.
My Ideal Referral Partner is:
Integrative Medicine Practitioners, including
*Other Health Care Providers
My current clients have always been my very best referral partners
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