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Mar 13, 2014

MonaVie Blog Contributor: Brian Gill

I’ve been working in the direct selling industry now for more than 14 years, having previously worked as a distributor for two direct selling companies and then on the corporate marketing side for five different direct selling companies. My role at MonaVie as vice president of marketing communication is to get information out to all of you via our communication channels, and to encourage you to keep the conversations going and the news flowing on your own communication and social networks. I joined MonaVie in 2006 and was one of the company’s first 20 employees. I love my job! I received my B.A. in International Relations from Brigham Young University, an M.A. in English from Utah State University, and a professional certification in Integrated Marketing Communication from the University of Utah. I love to read, write, hike with my family, and play racquetball and squash.

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Nov 12, 2013

Learn How to Get Your Vigor Back in 7 Days with Dr. Talbott

In October, Dr. Shawn Talbott appeared on ABC 4 Good Things Utah to discuss what vigor is and how you can counter the effects of chronic stress to help you:

·      Restore “Balance” in your body

·      Improve Vigor (Mental/Physical Energy)

·      Reduce fatigue

·      Alleviate depression

·      Sharpen mental focus

·      Lose weight and manage your risk of diabetes, cancer, and heart disease

Oct 23, 2013

What Do Berries, Tomatoes, and Ice Cream Have to Do with the Recent Government Shutdown?

During the recent partial government shutdown, there is one agency that you may not have given thought to that could have potentially affected your health in a big way—the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 

Oct 17, 2013

Mark Macdonald Discusses Antioxidants’ Role in Achieving a Healthy Lifestyle (WFMJ, NBC News)

Recently, Mark Macdonald discussed the role antioxidants play in achieving a healthy lifestyle with the news team on WFMJ (NBC) in Youngstown, OH. As news reporter Kate Keller shares in the video segment below, 97% of the population is antioxidant-deficient. 

Oct 1, 2013

MonaVie Recognized in Media For Philanthropic Efforts in Brazil

It’s always great to see when the MonaVie name hits the news—especially when it means creating “A More Meaningful Life” for children in the favelas of Brazil.

In a recent article that appeared in, reporter Marv Dumon expands on how MonaVie provides “5,090 meals a week, including 700 servings of MonaVie, to hungry children and families living in squalor in the mountainous South American city of Sao Paulo.” 

Sep 17, 2013

Shawn Talbott Competes in CEO Endurance World Championships 2013

This past weekend, September 7–9, I competed in the 3-day CEO World Endurance Championships held at the exquisite BlackBerry Farm near Knoxville, Tennessee, and the Great Smokey Mountains.

Sep 4, 2013

Sleep and Stress

This past weekend in Salt Lake City, Utah, MonaVie launched into the massive categories of sleep and stress. With upwards of 70%–80% of the North American population experiencing “enough” chronic stress to result in stress-related physical ailments and sleeplessness, the potential market for natural stress/sleep solutions is gigantic.

Aug 27, 2013

92 Percent of Americans Can’t Tell You What an Antioxidant Is

Did that headline get your attention? It did for those of us here at corporate. But it’s all true according to the survey Wakefield Research conducted for us.

And, as further referenced in the and article that mentions the MonaVie survey, “In addition, 91 percent cannot recognize one or more sources of foods rich in antioxidants, even though 75 percent of Americans say they try to eat foods full of this nutrient.” 

Aug 20, 2013

From Obesity to Philanthropy: MonaVie Helps People Around the World Live A More Meaningful Life

MonaVie is in the business to make a difference in people’s lives. You know it. We know it. And, it looks like more and more people in the media now know it, too. 

Aug 2, 2013

MonaVie Juice Blends Offer Easy Solution to Healthy Eating

We all know that sitting for hours on end to watch back-to-back episodes of Star Wars with pizza, soda, and cream puffs isn’t good for your health. But according to a new study from the University of California, there’s new evidence that suggests there could be a link between our growing waistlines and dementia.

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