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Sep 19, 2012

VIEW—The Science of Antioxidants Part 1

Here at MonaVie, we’ve been working hard on an exciting new technology—one that can help you “Get a VIEW” about your health and help you make some smart lifestyle decisions to take your health in the right direction.

We call this new device “MonaVie VIEW Antioxidant Scanner,” and it’s a revolutionary approach to getting a view INSIDE our bodies in terms of a very important aspect of our health—our level of antioxidant protection.

Sep 12, 2012

What an Amazing ACCELER8-ed Weekend!

One of the biggest highlights for sure was the prelaunch of VIEW—MonaVie Antioxidant Scanner. How incredible is it that you are now going to be able to prove the power of all of the MonaVie products? Are you one of the hundreds of people who signed up to get yours at the Orlando convention January 31–February 2, 2012? Let us know below. 

Aug 29, 2012

Get Motivated to Lose Weight. See Mark Macdonald Live.

If you’ve been struggling with your weight and trying to find the motivation to start on a journey of weight loss, nothing compares to seeing Mark up on the stage—live and in person. He’ll help you understand that weight loss IS possible if you just follow a few simple rules and use MonaVie RVL.

Aug 22, 2012

Step #1 in Your Weight Loss Journey: Get Started

Sometimes the hardest part of losing weight or achieving a fitness goal is starting.  The end goal seems so far away and unattainable that you’re often overwhelmed and you’re done before you start.  

Aug 15, 2012

Whey Protein: The Way to Go

Whey protein is the highest quality dietary protein source and is used in most protein supplement  shakes.  Whey is a dairy protein that is a by-product of cheese production. It has a high biological value (BV), meaning that the amino acid ratio is perfectly proportioned to be used by the body and in building/maintaining muscle. 

Aug 10, 2012

Nurture Your Natural Born Leader Within

Admit it, the amazing line up of healthy products and the business opportunity are what got you interested in MonaVie, right? But did you know that the leadership training skills you’ll learn with MonaVie can benefit all of aspects of your life—for your lifetime? 

Aug 1, 2012

Energy Drink Ingredients: Booster or Buster?

Although most energy drinks are little more than flavored caffeine/sugar concoctions, some products are striking out in new directions to deliver the energy boost that tired consumers are craving without the sugary side effects. As a nutritionist, I’m often conflicted when I’m asked if energy drinks are “safe” for kids (they are—if you choose intelligently) or whether they’re “healthy” to consume on a daily basis (most are certainly not, but some newer options are coming close).

Jul 27, 2012

Antioxidant Balance (part 3 of a 3-part blog series)

Another way to think about getting lots of "high antioxidant" foods into your diet would be to do so by "color" because red, orange, and yellow foods tend to be high in carotenoids; blue, indigo, and violet foods tend to be high in flavonoids; and green foods can be high in either/both flavonoids and carotenoids—but they are also certainly high in chlorophyll (the green pigment that protects the plant from the oxidizing rays of the sun).

Jul 25, 2012

Antioxidant Balance (part 2 of a 3-part blog series)

What to Look for in an Antioxidant Supplement?

As mentioned in part 1 of this blog series, that antioxidant nutrients are important for controlling the activity of the highly reactive oxygen molecules known as free radicals because unchecked free radical activity is what leads to the cellular damage known as “oxidation” and the cycle of glycation and inflammation that follows with additional damage and dysfunction. 

Jul 23, 2012

Antioxidant Balance (part 1 of a 3-part blog series)

What are Antioxidants and Free Radicals?

The term "antioxidant" refers to the activity possessed by numerous vitamins, minerals, and other phytochemicals to serve as protection against the damaging effects of highly reactive molecules known as free radicals. Free radicals have the ability to chemically react with and damage many structures in the body. Particularly susceptible to oxidative damage are the cell membranes of virtually all cells, especially the skin because of its high lipid content and its proximity to ultraviolet rays from the sun.

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