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Indonesia Will Soon Join the USANA Family



Indonesia—the land of a thousand kings. A country brimming with adventure, culture, and more than 17,000 islands.

This tropical archipelago in the Pacific will soon have another famous feature—USANA!

This incredibly beautiful and diverse country is our 20th market, and we couldn’t be happier to welcome Indonesia to the family. The market will offer an incredible opportunity when we open for business in the fourth quarter of this year.

“Indonesia is an exciting market, and I’m confident that the people of Indonesia will embrace the message of health and freedom we have to share with the world.” –Kevin Guest, President of USANA

Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous country, and it has one of the top five fastest growing economies in the world.

It’s also another step toward Dr. Wentz’ vision of a world free from pain and suffering, helping us to expand the healthiest family on earth.

So join us in welcoming Indonesia to the USANA family! Feel free to “like” the official USANA Indonesia page on Facebook.


Written by APRIL 15, 2015in USANA World News, via What’s Up, USANA?


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An Attitude of Gratitude

It’s hard to believe that it’s already time for the holidays. As the year winds down to a close, we find ourselves surrounded by loved ones and the opportunity to focus on what’s most important in life. This is also a time of reflection, as we are all getting ready to embark on a new adventure – 2015!

Whether it’s planning for the holidays, planning for the new year ahead, or just trying to figure out priorities, it’s our attitude that helps us determine how we will move forward. Take a look at this message from Kevin Guest, president of USANA, about the importance of having an attitude of gratitude.

Have a happy and healthy holiday season!


Giving Thanks, Redux


I posted this last year, and I’m even more thankful that everything I wrote is not only still true this year, but that 2014 brought us even more to celebrate.


Once again, it’s the time of year when Americans observe the time-honored tradition of reflecting on our good fortune. Of course my life definitely isn’t perfect and of course I face my share of frustrations, disappointments and just plain crappy days, so I’ll try to avoid making this sound like a humblebrag.  But I have so many things to be grateful for that I want to acknowledge all the good things in my life and say thank you to all the people who contribute to making so many of them possible.

First, my family:  I’m SOOOO lucky to have a wonderful, supportive partner in my life!  My husband is a dependable, caring, generous, PATIENT man who loves, respects, and supports me even when I don’t always make it easy to do so.  Thank you, Ray.  I love you.

I’ve spent the last 50 years watching my four babies grow into responsible, kind and good people.  Granted, during their early years, not every day was a Brady Bunch episode but they were pretty good kids and have all grown into the kind of individuals I would eagerly cultivate as friends had we not had the good fortune of being family.  Although they’re all busy with their own families (another point to be grateful for: 7 wonderful and healthy grandkids and two sons-in-law whom I love like my own kids) and often hectic lives, it’s a rare day when I don’t get a text, call, or photo from at least one of them.  They’re still my babies but they’re also my trusted friends.

And speaking of friends, I’m particularly blessed in that respect, too.  So many terrific people are important parts of my life and allow me to be a part of theirs, too.  Childhood friends with whom I go out to dinner regularly.  Old friends and extended family members who think nothing of traveling  from out of  state “just” to help throw me a surprise birthday party.  Newer friends who have become part of my USANA family over the years, and other networking and civic associates who have become dear, indispensable friends.

I love my job!  I actually get paid to do something that not only gives me a strong sense of purpose and satisfaction, but allows me to do the thing that I’ve always considered Life’s Higher Purpose – to help others.

And neither last nor least, I’m grateful for my health.  Those who know me well know that this wasn’t always the case, and that I believe that USANA deserves credit for some of the improvement.  Regardless of the source(s) of my wellbeing, I’m grateful every day.

Finally, I’m thankful that yet another study has recently shown chocolate to actually be good for you!

I hope that you all have an abundance of reasons to be grateful, too.

Happy Thanksgiving!