Have you ever wondered how well you are taking care of your heart? What effects are your daily habits having on your heart’s long-term health?
A heart is at the center of every life. People who have healthy hearts may experience a higher quality of life than those who don’t. Those who take care of their hearts may experience benefits ranging from impressive athletic endurance and a lower risk of heart-related traumas.
There are several factors that contribute to good cardiovascular health. While your health is partially dependent upon genetics and family history, the choices you make regarding exercise, nutrition, health supplements and more, all play a role in maintaining a thriving heart, mind and body.
Now you can gauge how well you are taking care of your heart with the help of this quiz that we created.
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After you’ve finished taking the quiz, do your friends and family a favor and send them the link! No matter your results, commit now to consider your heart—the hardest working organ in the body—in every health-related decision that you make. A healthy heart can be the key to a long, prosperous life. Protect it.
The formula for a healthy, successful, more purposeful life begins with Synergy.
Wellness today isn’t just about living longer. It’s about living better. At Synergy, we unlock your true health and lifestyle potential, empowering you to live a remarkable life.
Today, we’re pleased to introduce a new look and feel to the Synergy website that portrays this powerful message through key branding elements that visually connect visitors to Synergy WorldWide’s mission.
Here’s a quick overview of some of the primary enhancements you’ll notice.
Put away the laptops because now you can shop and enroll with Synergy on your mobile device. This has been a long time coming and we appreciate your patience as we’ve worked to enhance this particular user experience.
Synergy’s primary color has been updated to the brighter blue that you see throughout the site’s new look. This does not mean that the previous darker blue color is going away; in fact, it will still be used as Synergy’s secondary color.
Hexagon ‘S’ Icon
This icon does not replace the Synergy logo as you know it today. Instead, the “S” will be used as a secondary branding element used in conjunction with the Synergy logo.
The building block pattern that you see on the homepage ads is a graphic element Synergy will use in correlation with its visual brand. This pattern is a modern design inspired by the Synergy molecule pattern that enhances a message of connectivity and science. Each block provides a foundation for another and conveys a message of strength and growth.
Synergy’s molecule pattern has been a foundation of its brand for years. We updated the pattern to a more modern design that will continue to convey a message of science and innovation.
Check out the new synergyworldwide.com now
‘Feeling Lucky’ with Nobel-winning science
With only a week left to take advantage of the Feeling Lucky product promotion, we want to tell you just how lucky Synergy WordWide is to have products formulated with ingredients backed by Nobel-prize winning science.
Both products in this month’s special—Liquid Chlorophyll and Core Greens—contain the health-promoting ingredient chlorophyll, a green superfood.
Chlorophyll was first isolated in 1817 and in 1883 was noted to be involved in photosynthesis. In 1815, a German chemist named Richard Willstätter won a Nobel Prize for his chlorophyll discoveries. He found that the structure of chlorophyll and hemoglobin, the red pigment found in human blood, were strikingly similar, and even dubbed these compounds “life’s most vital pigments”. Both molecules share a similar structure made up of carbon, oxygen and nitrogen while chlorophyll contains a single atom of magnesium and hemoglobin contains a single atom of iron.
Willstätter also determined that chlorophyll’s bond is so strong that the magnesium cannot be liberated from the molecule, even by the action of a strong alkali—a soluble salt substance. He then found a process that allowed him to prepare pure chlorophyll in large quantities.
In case you thought ProArgi-9+ was the only Synergy product containing an ingredient that has received the highest scientific praise, now you know. Synergy WorldWide is privileged to have a brilliant research and development team with knowledge of the most potent and effective ingredients that can contribute to maximum health.
Thanks to Willstätter and Synergy’s R&D scientists, we reap chlorophyll’s health benefits by simply mixing Liquid Chlorophyll with water or taking a Core Greens capsule once per day.
The Feeling Lucky promotion ends March 31. Experience the benefits of Liquid Chlorophyll and Core Greens at a discounted price today.
Explore the new Hughes Center at BBC 2015
By registering for the 2015 Business Builder Conference, you will be given the opportunity to tour the highly touted Hughes Center for Research and Innovation. This will be the first time that Hughes Center scientists conduct organized tours exclusively for Synergy Team Members and you can be part of it! However, you must register promptly at 9 a.m. on April 15 as tour openings will go quickly.
Synergy WorldWide’s commitment to provide you with unquestionably pure products is as strong as it has ever been and is only growing stronger. Together, Synergy and Nature’s Sunshine Products are at the helm of pioneering research in the health supplement industry with the newly opened Hughes Center for Research and Innovation.
The Hughes Center is the hub of Synergy WorldWide’s new product development and its staff of scientists is utilizing advanced technology to further verify the identity, purity and potency of individual constituents. Our team of scientists will work to discover powerful ingredient combinations and create unique formulations that will undergo clinical studies to confirm their safety and efficacy.
Now, you can easily share the great news of the center’s grand opening with everyone you know and even learn a few facts about the facility for yourself in preparation for your tour in June.
Click here to download and print a shareable flier!
Learn more about the Hughes Center grand opening here.
Featuring the latest news and information from Synergy HQ, this Corporate Update Webinar will be valuable to Team Members throughout North America. Dial in to learn more about the the Feeling Lucky product special and much more. Don’t miss all the latest announcements coming straight to you from Synergy corporate.
Invite your team to join the webinar and you’ll find the best ways to progress with Synergy WorldWide.
Many terrific men and women are now participating in the second month of the SLMsmart Challenge. Though the process of developing new, healthy lifestyles can be difficult, it has been great to see the positivity and enthusiasm coming from many of our Challengers.
For example, Brook Strebe of Arizona speaks highly of her SLMsmart experience so far. One of the best parts of her journey has been the involvement of her husband/fellow challenger Nathan Strebe. “Having someone supporting you, keeping you accountable and helping you along the way is so valuable,” Brook said. “That has been very helpful to me.”
Both of them have already begun experiencing benefits of the Challenge beyond weight loss. Nathan, for example, won $250 on his Scratch & Win card. Brook won a t-shirt on her card… and though that may seem small by comparison, she’s grateful for the rewards of the Challenge more valuable than cash.
“I have been surprised,” wrote Brook “at how my strong sugar cravings, like wanting cookies, cakes or candy, are gone. My body feels satisfied and I actually don’t want it. Never felt this before. I sometimes feel bad when I am at a party and everyone offers me all this junk food or high carbs that taste so good and I always turn it down.”
You can read more of Brooks thoughts about the SLMsmart Challenge below:
What advice would you give to someone new to SLMsmart and the SLMsmart Challenge?
“The advice I would give is to never give up, and that preparation is most important. Stay connected to someone else in the group for support. Be kind to yourself! You are worth it!”
What tool or product has been the most useful to you so far?
“The SLMsmart Health Shake.”
“I have to say I have learned a lot about myself. I have never really and truly eaten so clean for this long and not gone crazy with cravings, and to be able to have success in losing weight. It’s amazing! And I feel so great! This has been very emotional, more so than I thought it would be. I am learning so much about me. I love this experience. I am looking forward to month two and taking this to another level.”
More spotlights coming soon! It’s not too late to start your own SLMsmart Challenge. For more information, click here or contact Customer Service at (801) 769-7800.
Each month a member of Synergy’s Medical & Scientific Advisory Board shares their insights and details the science behind ProArgi-9+. Click here to learn more about Synergy’s Medical & Scientific Advisory Board.
2013 Chicago Sky Study. Hosted by Howard Hannemann, featuring Dan Hammer and Danielle Girdano. Learn what happened when ProArgi-9+ was used in a wellness program for the staff of the Chicago Sky WNBA team.
Fall in love with Utah at BBC 2015
Salt Lake City has much to offer its visitors in the summertime. The weather is perfect and there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy Utah’s picturesque landscape, whether you are strolling around downtown or roaming the nearby mountains.
Make a getaway out of your trip to Business Builder Conference, June 5-6, and explore Utah. Remember, registration opens April 15 at 9 a.m. Tickets will sell out within minutes so be ready!
Here are just a few examples of things you may want to put on your itinerary:
Enjoy two beautiful and convenient, open-air shopping centers:
City Creek in the heart of Salt Lake is the newly opened retail masterpiece of one of the nation’s largest mixed-use downtown redevelopment projects. This unique shopping environment features a retractable glass roof, a creek that runs through the property, a pedestrian skybridge and more. This world-class fashion and dining destination offers over 100 stores and restaurants including Nordstrom, Macy’s, Tiffany & Co., Michael Kors, Coach, and Texas de Brazil Churrascaria, in a casual, pedestrian-friendly environment.
The Gateway is a fabulous, contemporary destination that delivers shipping, dining and entertainments. Shop and dine at over 130 stores and restaurants. Visit the beautifully restored 1908 Union Pacific Depot featuring early French Renaissance architecture and original artwork. Also, enjoy the Olympic Legacy Plaza featuring the “dancing waters” of the Olympic Snowflake Fountain that is overlooked by a classic clock tower.
Historic Temple Square in Downtown Salt Lake City is Utah’s number one tourist attraction and world headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. On your visit to the 35 acres of Temple Square you will be able to see, feel, taste, touch and experience Mormon culture and its pioneer heritage.
Though best known for their annual 500 inches of the “Best Snow on Earth,” these mountains can be enjoyed long after the snow has melted. Utah has 14 incredible resorts, the majority of which are located within one hour of the Salt Lake City International Airport. Several of these resorts provide a plethora of spring and summer activities that range from tram rides and hiking trails to mountain roller coasters.
With five national parks and Monument Valley, Utah is America’s national parks capital. These parks include:
Arches National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, Canyonlands National Park
In 2002, Salt Lake hosted one of the most spectacular and memorable Winter Games in history. You can visit several of the competition venues such as the Olympic Cauldron Park (site of the Olympic Cauldron and opening and closing ceremonies), Utah Olympic Park (bobsled, luge, skeleton tracks and ski jumping), Utah Olympic Oval (speed skating and curling) and Soldier Hollow (cross-country skiing and biathlon).