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Ask the Scientists: Best of 2016

Ask the Scientists: Best of 2016

Written by on December 22, 2016 in Ask the Scientists with 3 Comments

USANA’s health and science education department created the ultimate resource website called Ask The Scientists. The website is a place where you can find answers to questions about USANA products or health and science topics. Here are links to the top ten most commonly asked questions and resources utilized from Ask The Scientists in 2016. USANA CellSentials™ and USANA InCelligence Technology™ Frequently […]

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Picky About Protein?

Picky About Protein?

Written by on June 14, 2016 in Ask the Scientists, MySmartFoods with 3 Comments

Editor’s Note: The following was written by Toni McKinnon, licensed registered nurse and certified clinical research professional. We’ve become very picky eaters when it comes to the sources of the foods we eat, and the food industry has taken notice. Take protein, for example. Luckily for us, there are now a wide variety of pure protein […]

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Are Fruits and Vegetables the Keys to Living Longer?

Are Fruits and Vegetables the Keys to Living Longer?

Written by on March 18, 2016 in Ask the Scientists, Health & Fitness with 0 Comments

Everyone knows that we need to eat our fruits and vegetables. Whether we do it or not is another story, but we all know that we should be eating them. So how do you think you do? The current recommendations are 2-4 servings of fruit per day and 3-5 servings of vegetables every day. Even […]

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Pour Some (Facts About) Sugar On Me

Pour Some (Facts About) Sugar On Me

Written by on December 23, 2015 in Fact or Fiction, Health & Fitness, USANA with 0 Comments

Alright, before we get started with all this talk about sugar, let’s remember something super important: Maroon 5 has a song titled Sugar. It’s sort of terrible yet awesome at the same time (and it’s ALWAYS stuck in my head). Whew. I’m glad we took care of that. Now onto the real topic at hand. […]

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Skipping Breakfast Could Increase Your Risk for Diabetes & Weight Gain

Skipping Breakfast Could Increase Your Risk for Diabetes & Weight Gain

Written by on November 20, 2015 in Ask the Scientists with 2 Comments

I have always been the person who packed a travel mug full of coffee and heads out the door…probably even before I should have been drinking coffee in the first place. I claimed that eating breakfast made my stomach hurt. I felt nauseous. In my case, it was never a poorly disguised excuse for dieting. I […]

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Introducing USANA’s Health and Science Education Team

Introducing USANA’s Health and Science Education Team

Written by on September 29, 2015 in Ask the Scientists with 1 Comment

USANA’s new health and science education department was created to help us all understand and master the science behind USANA’s top-quality products. And while the department may be new, the scientists on this team have plenty of experience. Between the four of them, they’ve been shaping the direction of USANA for almost 50 years. Bringing an impressive […]

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