Entries by Scott Pack

BMI: The Skinny on Body Mass Index

When it comes to self-measurement tools to determine a healthy weight, possibly the most popular—or at least one of the most talked about—is body mass index (BMI). But if you take any time at all researching BMI, you can easily get lost in a rabbit hole of positives and negatives. Context is key. Standard BMI […]

Fact or Fiction: I’m Immune to Colder Weather

Immune to Colder Weather? You’re not Superman. I love fall. Of the three and a half seasons we have in Utah, fall is by far my favorite. What do I love about it, you ask? Football. The leaves changing color. Football. My favorite holidays. Football. And, probably the best thing about the fall season, cooler […]

Fact or Fiction: Diet and Exercise Are Enough

So, I’m pretty new to USANA Health Sciences. Like, hired-a-month-and-a-half-before-Convention new. And although I’ve learned a lot, I’d be lying if I said there isn’t some information overload going on—especially in prepping for Convention. One of the things I’ve been doing to get ready for Associate excitement at Convention is trying to really focus on […]