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April 2019 Rank Advancements

April 2019 Rank Advancements

Congratulations to the hardworking Team Members who have taken their Synergy business to the next level. Last month, these men and women advanced to new ranks of success in their Synergy business. It is our privilege to recognize them for the time and energy they have invested into reaching their goals, sharing Elite Health and helping people to unlock their potential.

Please join us in congratulating the following Team Members across North America:

RANK ADVANCEMENTS
Team Manager
Alicia Martinez

Team Leader
S&R Legacy LLC
Margarita Valenzuela Miranda
Alicia Martinez
Jaquan Thomas
Bailie Newbold

Gold
S&R Legacy LLC
Margarita Valenzuela Miranda
Alicia Martinez
Jaquan Thomas
Bailie Newbold
Gina Ashley
Donna Bottoms
Berenice Juarez
Rachel Blaylock

Silver
S&R Legacy LLC
Margarita Valenzuela Miranda
Maria G Arce
Alicia Martinez
Jaquan Thomas
Bailie Newbold
Gina Ashley
Donna Bottoms
Berenice Juarez
Rachel Blaylock

Bronze
Hengli Yamileth Portillo Orellana
Margarita Valenzuela Miranda
Luz Maria Espinosa Morales
Ana Rosa Valle
Maria De Lourdes Lucio Perez
Maria Socorro Aguilar Magallon
Maria G Arce
Vida Alkalina LLC
Brandon Rodriguez
Alicia Martinez
Jaquan Thomas
Donna Bottoms
Berenice Juarez
Rachel Blaylock
Wesly Yglesias
Shirley Mccoy
Jay Sanders
Sara Meacham
Becky Aurthurpalmer
Joe Jenkins
Patricia Mcclendon
Alejandro Garza
Gina Ashley
Bailie Newbold

Star
Fix You Up Healthy
Ratchaporn Jeensamut
Sherine Yarde
Olawunmi Oyekunle
Hengli Yamileth Portillo Orellana
Jose Luis Villagomez Gomez
Roxana Biviano
John Yarde
Rosula Cominencia
Dr. Randy Baze
Margarita Valenzuela Miranda
Luz Maria Espinosa Morales
Jemma J Richardson
Ana Rosa Valle
Alejandro Cecena
Maria De Lourdes Lucio Perez
Stephen Wenger
Guadalupe Perez
Aaron Hinesley
Maria Socorro Aguilar Magallon
Maria G Arce
Simon Maya
Leonard Livingstone Clarke
Ulric O’neal Lythcott
Jesus Noel Hernandez
Maria Fabiola Hernandez
Vida Alkalina LLC
Maria Barraza
Brandon Rodriguez
Felipe Reyes
Carlos Rodriguez
Marilyn R. Stewart
Miguel Ortiz
Robert Chassner
Hugo Sanchez
Maria Lopez
Rafael Reynaga
Alicia Martinez
Sharon Thurmond
William Gathings
Kelli Byrd
Amber Jewell
April Monica
Veronica Valdez
Vanessa Castagneto
Doug Hinton
Ruth Wooley
Zeferino Paulin
Patricia Duke
Kevin Olivas
Kashona Sierra
Regina Washington
Kevin Winters
Berthel Allen
Elizabeth Rodriguez
Sally Ann
Easlyn Alexander
Brian Reynaga
Edgar Martinez
Jaquan Thomas
Bailie Newbold
Gina Ashley
Donna Bottoms
Berenice Juarez
Rachel Blaylock
Wesly Yglesias
Shirley Mccoy
Jay Sanders
Sara Meacham
Becky Aurthurpalmer
Joe Jenkins
Patricia Mcclendon
Alejandro Garza



TOP RECRUITER Team Members with the most personally sponsored Tracking Centers

Charlene Burnett
KC Michigan Group Inc.
Vida Alkalina LLC
Maria Socorro Aguilar Magallon
Dr. Randy Baze
Ana Rosa Valle
Phillip N Springer


TOP TEAM BUILDER Team Members with the most personally sponsored rank advancements

Charlene Burnett
S&R Legacy LLC


March 2019 Rank Advancements

March 2019 Rank Advancements

Congratulations to the hardworking Team Members who have taken their Synergy business to the next level. Last month, these men and women advanced to new ranks of success in their Synergy business. It is our privilege to recognize them for the time and energy they have invested into reaching their goals, sharing Elite Health, and helping people to unlock their potential.

Please join us in congratulating the following Team Members across North America:

RANK ADVANCEMENTS
Team Leader
Kayla Davidson

Gold
Joan P Massiah

Silver
D. Michael Quigg
Vincent Thomas
Elton Lispier

Bronze
Ruth T Stroud
Maxine S Thomas
Phillip N Springer
Ana Aurora Ramirez
Elton Lispier
Raymond Cathalina

Star
Clarence C Fergusson
Levi Stoltzfus
Discover Optimal Healthcare
Dr. Donald W Brooks
Ancilla Peters
Dr. Benjamin Moreno Pacheco
Nicholas T Greaves
Dr. Fred Hernandez Santiago
Lauren Cloud
Suzanne Lindsay
Brent Storrs
Vanessa Boyd
Ingrid Vasquez
Colin Abrams
Shabakie S Fernandes
Guadalupe Lopez
Nicolasa Salas
Deborah Anita Hall
Elton Lispier
Raymond Cathalina
Oluseye D. Oduyemi
Clifton Agata


TOP RECRUITER Team Members with the most personally sponsored Tracking Centers

Raymond Cathalina
Elton Lispier
Clifton Agata
Ana Aurora Ramirez
Wendy Simmons
Patrick Martin Tyron Todd
Tyrone Alexander Applewhaite
TOP TEAM BUILDER Team Members with the most personally sponsored rank advancements

Phillip N Springer
Elton Lispier
BMTMM Global Networks LLC
Elliot O Douglin
Dan Hammer Health, LTD
Compliance Medical Services, LLC


Heart Health Webinar Encore: April 10

Heart Health Webinar Encore: April 10

Join us for a special encore of February’s heart health webinar! Hear from the Hughes Center’s Research and Development Manager, Dr. Noah Jenkins, along with host Andrew Earl, Synergy’s Field Sales and Digital Marketing Manager, as they explore the mighty heart and discuss the science and research behind Synergy’s heart-health products.

Register today for either the afternoon or evening webinar, and invite your team and customers to enjoy this educational experience. This is a great opportunity to learn about the amazing relationship between the microbiome and the heart.

1 PM – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
7 PM – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

WEBINAR DETAILS

Date: Wednesday, April 10
Time: 2 PM (MST) -OR- 7 PM (MST)
1 PM Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1048819042104159491
7 PM Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6919191887149019395
Language: English

NOTE: This webinar will feature presentation slides. For the best experience, we recommend you register today to join online. This webinar will be broadcast for educational purposes only. There will be no recordings published or distributed. This webinar is being broadcast with no intent to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease or health condition. The content of this webinar will not be evaluated by the USFDA, nor by any governing body.

About Noah Jenkins, PhD.

Dr. Noah Jenkins is the Research and Development Manager at The Hughes Center for Research and Innovation. With a PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Utah, Dr. Jenkins has an in-depth and complete understanding of the human body and the nutrition essential to a healthy life. He completed a three-year postdoctoral fellowship in Pediatric Neuro-oncology at the Huntsman Cancer Institute and a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology at the University Of Utah Department Of Molecular Medicine. He is the author of 14 peer-reviewed academic studies on several topics including melanoma, brain cancer, and cardiovascular disease.

Dr. Jenkins doesn’t simply “talk the talk.” He “walks the walk” as well, striving to achieve Elite Health daily as a national-level competitor in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and an Olympic-style weight lifter. He speaks English and French fluently, and leverages his education and passions as a member of the Hughes Center research team to help Synergy transform lives around the world.


VIDEOS: Our Commitment to Quality, Purity, & Potency

VIDEOS: Our Commitment to Quality, Purity, & Potency

How does Synergy carry out its mission to provide pure and potent natural products that deliver proven, predictable, and repeatable results? Watch the videos below for an inside look at what sets Synergy apart.

Quality Formulations

We’re committed to understanding how supplements work at a molecular level. Our team of scientists and medical doctors create new, safe, and effective Synergy formulations by focusing on a specific wellness concern and then researching the underlying molecular mechanisms. Clinical studies are conducted to verify efficacy and product safety. That’s how synergy consistently creates unique products you can’t get anywhere else.

Quality Self Manufacturing

In a marketplace where 85% of all products are manufactured by third-party suppliers, Synergy proudly produces our products ourselves so we know they’re made right. We maintain nutrient integrity by keeping tight control of every ingredient from the moment we bring it into our facility. We conduct thorough analysis to ensure ingredients (and finished products) are free of heavy metals, pesticides, dirt, and other fillers that could potentially contaminate natural products.

Test Method Excellence

Over a dozen of the testing methods created by our in-house laboratory staff have been presented at national scientific conferences, and featured in leading peer-reviewed journals. Our innovative team of scientists, medical doctors, and PhDs has also been asked to participate in the creation of testing method validations for the prestigious Association of Official Analytical Chemists.

Finding the Finest Herbs

Synergy will always be committed to searching the world for the finest herbs provided by the most trusted suppliers. Only a select few can measure up to our high standards for purity, quality, and eco-friendly harvesting techniques. We use only the highest quality herbs from the most reputable growers on a season-to-season basis.

At Synergy, we’re fully committed to helping you live the healthiest life possible with innovative, potent, and pure products that produce results. The research and testing carried out in the Hughes Center and our quality in-house manufacturing are what make Synergy second to none.

CLICK HERE to tour the Hughes Center.

CLICK HERE to tour the manufacturing facility.

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Quality Assurance Webinar: Wednesday, March 27

Quality Assurance Webinar: Wednesday, March 27

Tune in for a special quality assurance webinar on Wednesday, March 27! Join Trent McCausland, Executive Director of Quality and Engineering, along with host Jake Rothfels, Synergy’s Sr. Marketing Manager, for an exclusive look into Synergy’s testing and manufacturing processes. Trent will illustrate our competitive edge with an in-depth look at our advanced technology, equipment, and procedures in our manufacturing facility.

Register today and invite your team and customers to join the webinar. This is a great opportunity to gain additional knowledge and a unique perspective of our tried and true quality assurance methods.

2 PM – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
7 PM – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

WEBINAR DETAILS

Date: Wednesday, March 27
Time: 2 PM (MST) -OR- 7 PM (MST)
2 PM Registration URL:https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1920121533660639235
7 PM Registration URL:https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8896533807016140546
Language: English

NOTE: This webinar will feature presentation slides. For the best experience, we recommend you register today to join online. This webinar will be broadcast for educational purposes only. There will be no recordings published or distributed.


Updated Hughes Center Tour Video

Updated Hughes Center Tour Video

Take a tour of The Hughes Center for Research and Innovation, where Synergy WorldWide doctors and scientists test ingredients and finished products for safety, efficacy, and bioavailability. Home to powerful clinical studies, including the groundbreaking discoveries from the ProArgi-9+ clinical study, the Hughes Center gives Synergy the scientific backing and product validation needed to carry out its mission throughout the world.

Watch the new video above or find it under the “Videos” tab on the Blog.

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Cooking Tips for Heart Healthy Meals

Cooking Tips for Heart Healthy Meals

Cooking a heart healthy meal, or cooking in general, may seem like a frightening task to some, especially to those who tend to burn everything including toast. However, a study completed by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health states that the main ingredient in a healthier diet is cooking meals at home. By cooking at home you have control over your ingredients, your portion sizes, and the way that you cook your food.

A key to creating heart healthy meals is to cut down on cholesterol, fats, and salt found in many common ingredients. Create meals that keep your heart in mind by looking to these quick tips when dinnertime approaches.

Avoid Frying

Rather than deep frying or pan frying food, which causes ingredients to soak up unnecessary and unhealthy fats, look to these alternative options to keep the nutritional value of your ingredients intact:

Stir-frying. High temperatures destroy some nutrients when cooking, so by stir-frying foods rapidly at high temperatures, food (especially vegetables) retain more of their nutrients, and since the cooking happens quickly, the foods don’t retain as much oil as they would with conventional deep frying techniques.

Broiling.  Broiling is a popular choice to prepare healthy meals since it uses direct heat to cook the food and requires little to no oil in order to cook. Similarly, broiling methods melt the natural fat found in meat such as chicken or fish, and since most ovens have a broiling unit, it is a quick and reliable way to prepare meals.

Steaming. Unlike the options above, steaming is a form of cooking that requires no oil, which makes it much better for your heart since it avoids adding unnecessary fats. Steaming is also great for keeping the original form and taste as well as most of the original nutrition, especially in vegetables. For example, steamed broccoli retains 81% of its vitamin C as opposed to only 30% when cooked in water.  And since preparation for steaming is minimal, you can create a healthy meal in very little time.

Quick Tip: Try to keep your meals simple. In many cases, simple recipes and ingredients lead to healthier, more natural meals while more complicated recipes that involve extra ingredients and specialized cooking methods could potentially be taking away from your meal’s nutrition and your time.

‘Tis the Season 

Try to avoid prepackaged seasonings as they usually contain a lot of salt. Selecting fresh herbs and preparing hand-made seasonings may seem foreign to you now, but in the long-term, you’ll be saving money by doing the preparation yourself. Your heart will thank you for avoiding all the extra sodium found in store-bought packages.

Quick Tip: Use citrus juice, peppers, or vinegar to add an extra level of flavor to your dishes. But be sure to use these sparingly as to not overpower the overall flavor of the meal.

Make Substitutions

Using low or non-fat yogurt instead of sour cream cuts out unnecessary fats in your meal. In ½ a cup of yogurt, you’ll get double the calcium and cut out 4 grams of fat and 2 grams of saturated fat—a fat found in many store-bought foods that could be damaging to heart health over time.

Eliminating butter and replacing it with heart healthy olive oil can be incredibly beneficial to your arteries and overall heart health. Replacing one tablespoon of butter with one tablespoon of olive oil drops the fat content by 2 grams. Seven grams of unhealthy saturated fat will be replaced by 10 grams of heart healthy monounsaturated fats instead.

Make Extra

If you’re putting in the time and effort to prepare a heart healthy dish, don’t hesitate to go overboard. Making extra food gives you healthy snack options, as well as back-up meals in case you don’t feel like preparing something new after a long day. There’s nothing wrong with thinking ahead. This will help you create good habits that will keep your heart healthy and happy in the future.

Quick Tip: Making extra food is great, but just because you have extra food, doesn’t mean you need extra helpings. Set aside proper portions for snacks and meals by using small bags or plastic containers to stay organized and stay focused on eating until you are satisfied rather than eating until you are stuffed.


ProArgi-9+ Featured in 2019 PDR

ProArgi-9+ Featured in 2019 PDR

ProArgi-9+ has once again been included in this year’s edition of the Prescribers’ Digital Reference (PDR), formerly known as the Physicians’ Desk Reference, providing a greater opportunity for people to discover the tremendous benefits of our best-selling product.

For more than 70 years, medical specialists across the world have turned to the PDR as the authoritative source of information on drugs and prescribed substances. Now available exclusively in a digital format, the 2019 edition of the PDR continues to be utilized in virtually every physician’s office, pharmacy, clinic, and library. No medical reference is more current, more recognized, or more respected. The PDR contains label information, dosage instructions, images, and more.

We hope this publicity encourages more people to discover and share ProArgi-9+ and its value in supporting a healthy lifestyle.

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“ProArgi-9+ is the highest quality l-arginine supplement in the world. This proprietary formulation combines the powerful cardiovascular benefits of l-arginine with a variety of superior heart health ingredients to give your cardiovascular system optimum support.

ProArgi-9+ was formulated in collaboration with leading scientists and cardiovascular specialists who have conducted extensive research on the proper application of l-arginine in promoting heart health.”
Prescribers’ Digital Reference (2019)
Note: The 2019 Edition of the PDR containing information about ProArgi-9+ is available only digitally. Illustrations showing a physical book are simply a reference to the historical, widely recognized format.