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Stretching is very important element of fitness. It improves flexibility, enhances physical performance and helps your muscles to get rid from tension and stiffness. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of your stretches.

March 18, 2017

By Young Living

Iodine is a necessary mineral that your body can’t produce itself. It must be consumed from an outside source through food or an iodine supplement. The USDA recommends that most adults consume 150 micrograms of iodine per day, and pregnant and nursing women should consume about twice that much.

An iodine deficiency is not something to take lightly. If you’re not getting enough, it can pose a risk to your health. Pregnant women need to be especially proactive about meeting their daily requirement. Just a few decades ago, so many Americans were iodine deficient that as part of a public health initiative, many U.S. salt companies began adding iodine to their salt. When you go to the supermarket today, most salt packaging says: This salt contains iodine, a necessary nutrient. With the new trend of low-sodium diets, however, many people are saying no to salt and are looking for other options to meet their daily iodine quota.

                                                     November 18, 2016

Young Living                                                                                                                          10/09/2016

October is the perfect time of year to enjoy the finer things in life, such as curling up with a good book, diffusing a peaceful fragrance, and enjoying time with those you love. That’s why our rewards this month focus on making your home feel cozy and inviting.

Click here to learn more about how your order can qualify for these rewards or shop now for these Young Living favorites. Make the most of October’s rewards with these fun, innovative uses!

The Wrinkle Cure

Air pollutants, toxins, cigarette smoke, cell metabolism, exposure to the sun, and other environmental factors initiate free radicals, which can cause dangerous reactions that destroy cells and damage DNA, proteins, and fats. Free radicals also interfere with collagen production and integrity, resulting in loss of elasticity and, ultimately, aging skin. Although this is a natural and unavoidable by-product of metabolism, an overabundance of free radical damage can cause premature aging and wrinkles. Fortunately, there's a nutritional way to fight the elements.

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