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Get Healthier Lose Weight Save Lives and Create Wealth in 2012!

Get Healthier Lose Weight Save Lives and Create Wealth in 2012!

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Published by Lawrence Napoleon
For Great Health related tips view my videos: http://youtu.be/qMYIJlmeSFM (pt one) http://youtu.be/gT6ViblGx7g (pt two)
and the main video on my website www.FDIoverview.com/saveslives
For Great Health related tips view my videos: http://youtu.be/qMYIJlmeSFM (pt one) http://youtu.be/gT6ViblGx7g (pt two)
and the main video on my website www.FDIoverview.com/saveslives

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Published by: Lawrence Napoleon on Jan 09, 2012
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I was looking for sports channel, but the programming is different when watching daytime television. Most daytime television is targeted at women. What I noticed most during the programs I watchedwas the number of commercials for health & wellness products, including skin care products, weight loss products, cosmetics, and supplements. There were two main themes in all of these commercials: The products would all make you look and/or feel younger and were "all natural." What these ads did not say was how theyworked, what ingredients they were made with, and why they would work.Last week, I was in a large well-known bookstore standing at the Informationdesk seeking, information. Unfortunately, no one was at the desk. I looked around the area and could not find a single employee. This went on for five minutes. I eventually walked to the back of the store where I ran into an employee who begrudgingly agreed to help, although he also pointed out that handling book orders was "not his job." By the time I found him both my patience and that of my three-year old son had worn thin. I eventually ordered the book, although theemployee could not provide me with any information about when I could expect toreceive it.What do these two stories have in common? They illustrate a common theme that runs through the consumer's retail experience today, i.e., incomplete information and no customer service to provide it.Given the fact that we are bombarded with information from every angle, it'sironic that health and wellness consumers are not readily provided with the information they need to make intelligent choices about the health & wellness products they purchase for themselves and their family. Try looking for the ingredients on that expensive bottle of vitamins you bought last month. Even if the ingredients are included on the bottle, do you understand what they are and what effect they may have on your body? Good luck finding the answer.Before the death of customer service, you'd simply ask the salesperson at the local vitamin store. But as illustrated in my story, you'd have to find one first. And even if you find one, it's questionable if this person will be able to provide you with the answers you want.So what are your options:1.Educate yourself through your own research.2.Find someone to provide you with the information.The first option, while viable, requires something most people don't have -time. Taking the time and expense to research the products and their ingredients. Time to investigate whether the products are safe and do what they say they will. Taking the time and expense to determine if the products are indeed healthy.If you don't have time to do the research yourself, your other option is topurchase your family's health and wellness products directly from a distributorand consultant who can not only provide you with the products you want, but canalso provide you with what the retail market cannot, and does not provide readily, i.e. information about their products, including their ingredients, why theyare safe, why they provide the benefits they promise, and why they truly are "healthy."In addition to providing consumers with an education, such consultants alsoprovide consumers with the type of customer service that demonstrates to the con

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