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Elements of Excellence: Expertise

The PhD that follows Kevin Spelman’s name already says a lot. Those three letters represent a rarified level of knowledge. But painting a full picture of the expertise of USANA’s executive vice president of research and development requires…
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Fact or Fiction: Bacon Causes Cancer

“Bad Day For Bacon: Processed Meats Cause Cancer, WHO Says” —NPR “World Health Organization study says bacon causes cancer -- we must invade the WHO” —Chicago Tribune “Hot dogs, bacon and other processed meats cause…
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Scientifically Speaking: A ‘Vision’ of Good Nutrition

Think about the value of your eyesight and how much you depend on your vision each and every day. It’s hard to understand the importance of supporting your eye health if you’re younger or have never experienced any issues with vision…

Scientifically Speaking: Uncovering the Benefits of Vitamin D

If you’re connected to USANA in some way, you’ve probably heard us talk about how awesome vitamin D is. We’re always stressing the importance of this vital micronutrient, and for good reason. Research shows that not only does vitamin…

Scientifically Speaking: Advanced Applied Nutritional Science

Science carries a certain amount of mystique. The lab coat seems the cloak of a secret society operating just out of reach of the layman’s understanding — not quite magic, but certainly not mundane. Pull back the curtain and you’ll…
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Scientifically Speaking: Breaking New Ground with TOSH

Leave the USANA Home Office headed east toward the towering Wasatch Mountains and any one of three routes will put you at The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH) in less than 20 minutes. There are 12 measly miles of road between the corporate…