I signed up to become a USANA associate because I have always thought it would be great for my family. For many years I was too afraid to give it a try. Now I see that not only do I get to use the highest quality products for my family’s health, I also am part of a larger team that is incredibly supportive and empowering. I am getting a great education, not only in business- in nutritional health as well and that is something that directly translates into benefits for my massage clients, friends and family alike.
If you were ever curious about how you can provide your body with complete nutrition, active supplements for joints, vision and digestive health, how you can help balance out your cholesterol, insulin uptake and blood pressure without relying on bottles and bottles of prescription medications, or how you can join a team that will help you create residual income for you and your family- please ask me about it. You will be helping me to learn as we find answers together.
Ask yourself: Am I worth it? The answer is Yes!
USANA Health Sciences formulates exceptional, science-based nutritional and personal-care products. However, inferior manufacturing can destroy even the greatest product formulations. For this reason, USANA manufactures its own nutritional supplements, and voluntarily meets pharmaceutical Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Pharmaceutical GMP standards are far more stringent than the food GMP requirements set by the U.S. government for supplements.
To adhere to the exacting standards of pharmaceutical GMP, and to ensure the quality of every product manufactured, USANA inspects all raw ingredients before they are mixed, tests the product during manufacturing, and performs a final analysis before any product is sent to the customer. USANA's Quality Assurance team keeps track of every detail, from careful testing and evaluation of raw materials, to meticulous product shipping and storage.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.