My name is Jennifer and I am sharing my story because I’d love to see others take control of their health and feel great.
When our fourth insurance premium increase since the passage of the “affordable care act” came in, he recommended that we drop our insurance and spend the money on preventing disease through nutrition and supplementation. I couldn’t believe this was my real husband! But he’d read a few books, listened to CDs, attended Dr. Wallach’s lecture and was convinced that this made sense. We put our kids on the supplements too.
The hardest part for me was getting past the MLM/network marketing aspect. It kept me from starting when I should have and makes me apprehensive to tell friends about it. I’ve learned more about it though and find that it is one of the most fair ways to compensate. Especially this company since I don’t have quotas, I don’t have to sell, I don’t have to “re-qualify”, I don’t have to recruit, and all these other things I’ve heard about in some companies. It’s fun to share the great news and I know several people who are suffering conditions needlessly and their doctor isn’t helping them. I do worry that they will think I’m just trying to sell them something to make money, but that is so far from the truth! If I didn’t make anything on this stuff I would still tell people about it. I have always shared great products and experiences with others just because I want them to enjoy or benefit as I have. That you can actually be rewarded for sharing the product is just a bonus! Also, the FDA, which is run by doctors and pharmaceutical companies, restrict what can be said about supplements. So word of mouth/direct marketing is the logical way to distribute supplements.
Sadly, I have friends that I have told about this and what they need to take to “support and promote” (FDA approved verbiage) the health of their specific ailments – and I look back and think how I wasted months and money with no relief before I decided to just try it and see if it would work for me. I can only share the good news – it is up to others to decide if they are willing to give 90 days to try to fix something that has been plaguing them for years!
I understand the fear of change. I have Celiac disease and sometimes wish I didn’t know so I could still eat pasta at a restaurant or not have to read every label, but then I think about how lousy I used to feel and how I thought that was normal. I’m still able to eat great food (including gluten-free pasta, cookies, etc). I’m very happy now to be on a path to health and longevity.
My Dad said to me that he doesn’t mind getting old and that we should just accept it. I disagree. I don’t mind getting older, I just don’t want to “feel” old. I think about my Grandma, who was so active and vibrant all her life I don’t think she ever sat for a full five minutes! But in her last 5 – 6 years she just sat in a chair with her oxygen tank and 20 prescription meds, with the TV on – not really watching it. It felt like she was just waiting it out and it broke my heart. I want to be one of those people who die at 100 while working in the garden – just doing great and then gone. None of this spending years being sickly and just waiting to die.
I would love to talk to you more about any aspect of Youngevity, the products, supplementation in general or any ailments you may have and wonder if there is a better way. Just go ahead and email or call me using the contact information here.
If Dr. Wallach’s program can provide significant relief in 90 days or less, why not give it a try? What if it works for you like it did for me?