Archive: March 2017
With the year underway, and many of you back from your 2017 TAC vacation, now is the time to regain momentum and grow your business. Youngevity wants to help you get there with a brand new Opportunity Presentation Deck!
The quality of our food has changed drastically over the last century. If you were to go back 50 years and ask a grocery store attendant if their carrots were organic, your response to that would be a confused stare. “What is organic?”
There’s no better way to celebrate Earth Day than to create a green space of your own. Planting a garden is a great family activity!
Youngevity is continually exploring ways we can improve the business—whether in the form of new products and business opportunities, improved service, or changes to our Associate programs. We’re pleased to announce an improvement to our Rank Titles and Recognition Programs, effective February 1, 2017.
Many believe that dark roasts, which have a full, rich flavor, have more caffeine than lighter roasts, for the pure and simple fact that they taste like they do. But, did you know that lighter roasts actually have slightly more caffeine?
If you were to ask any individual whether they believe they’re getting the proper nutrition on a daily basis, many would say they are. An eight-year-old might tell you he ate all his cereal and drank all his milk for breakfast. An adult might say she had a healthy turkey sandwich and potato salad. On the surface, it seems that they’ve taken care of their daily nutritional requirements. Though, looking at the big picture, you’d see there are many essential nutrients lacking from a typical Standard American Diet.
As consumers are becoming more conscious about their health, they’ve begun to move towards more natural, organic, and holistic products and approaches to their lifestyles. One of the fastest-growing industries in this market is essential oils. Based on a recent report released by Grand View Research, Inc., the global essential oil market size exceeded $6 billion in 2015 and continues to increase. In fact, as the market for aromatherapy grows, combined with the rising demand for different flavors and scents, the global essential oil market is expected to exceed $13 billion by 2024.