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    If you are searching for a good Network marketing company to join and are curious about Jeunesse Global, this complete and through out review highlights everything you need to know to help you make an educate decision.

    Jeunesse Global Products

    jeunesse-skin-careThe company offers a wide variety of products including nutritional and anti-aging skincare products. One of the most popular products in their skin care line is Luminesce, which is part of their anti-aging range of products. Luminesce cellular rejuvenation serum applies the advanced Patent Pending technology to give users smoother, firmer, and more luminous skin.

    Some of the other anti-aging products include Luminesce daily moisturizing complex and advanced night repair cream.
    The nutritional products include NutriGen Am &PM Essentials that are designed to promote optimal health and Reserve, which contains important antioxidants. These products are known help to slow down the aging process. Users can also choose from a wide choice of products designed to deal with premature aging.

    A Brief History Of The Jeunesse Company

    Jeunesse Global is a Florida based company that was established in 2009 by 2 network marketing moguls, Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis. The two have extensive network marketing experience and bwgan working as distributors for years before starting their own company.

    As of 2014 Jeunesse Global has more than 400,000 distributors across the world. The company has expanded to different parts of the globe, including Australia, which is one of their most recent conquered territories. Over 50 members have become millionaires since the company started. To date the company has paid a whopping $77 million in commissions to distributors, making it one of the most profitable network marketing companies of 2014 – 2015.

    The skin care products are in contrast with our last review of the paleo diet benefits because this works from the outside in, where your daily diet habits will automatically help your skin shine bright.

    How to Make Money

    This is a network marketing company that uses distributors to get its wide range of products to end users. Jeunesse distributors rely on word of mouth and other marketing strategies to get people to make purchases. Distributors get commissions based on the number of products that are sold directly to end users instead of stores. This means that you have an opportunity to earn a regular income as a distributor.

    To earn commissions, you have to get two individuals who are willing to join you in the company. When the business grows, you get an opportunity to earn commissions depending on the product volume you move. You need to market your business to get the right people and make sales. You can take advantage of social media networks such as Facebook to get more people to join.

    Marketing your Business

    Most people focus on marketing their business to the people who are close to them. But while this may seem like an easy and effective approach, your networks may not be enough to build a profitable and big business. In addition, some of the people you know may be uninterested even if you are practicing good word of mouth marketing tactics. This is why it is important to take advantage of online platforms to advertise your Jeunesse business. With online platforms, your business can appear on more than 200,000 sites across the globe. Most people fail to make enough money because they have limited marketing funds.

    If you decide to take advantage of online platforms, is a good idea to have a set of marketing funds to get the most out of advertising online. It is very attainable to earn money with this company once you have put in place a strong network and a good marketing strategy to promote the business.

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    (Paleo & Cross-fit coach Dai Manuel was one of 27 experts weighing in on paleo benefits. Photo:

    Paleo seems to be going strong these days, just like all the other all-natural trends out there…forskolin anyone?

    A quick Google Trends search shows how “paleo” interest has exploded over the last five years:


    So, our OSU Garden team (the gardening extension program at Ohio State) reached out to several paleo experts, trainers, companies and bloggers and asked them their top 3 benefits of going paleo that most people don’t know about.

    We had a blast reaching out. Here are the results, starting with most popular benefits:

    #1: Improved Clarity, Mental Health, Brain Function

    Out of the 27 responses, 11 of them made mention of improved clarity, mental health or mood stability.

    Stephanie Gaudreau,

    Caroline Paine,

    Christopher Williams,

    Tara Grant,

    Tina Turbin,

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    For at least 90% of human history, Homo sapiens lived in small nomadic groups that subsisted on hunter-gatherer diets comprised of wild-caught flora and fauna.

    While many modern sources regard the hunter-gatherer lifestyle as utterly defunct, the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Hunter-Gatherer claims that “hunting and gathering was humanity’s first and most successful adaptation” (Cambridge 1999).

    Notwithstanding its incredible efficacy, our Paleolithic ancestors forwent their lifestyle of foraging about 10,000 years ago when the advent of agriculture encouraged them to transition to one based primarily on husbandry and settlement. This “Neolithic Revolution” resulted in a transformation from mobile bands to sedentary societies and enabled large groups of people to coalesce and produce highly accessible food surpluses to support a rapidly increasing population.

    Since its beginnings, the cultivation of grain has dominated the global production of food and has played a major role in the diet of most of the world’s population. It is interesting to note, however, that many health officials and historians alike have noticed a strong correlation between the introduction of grains in the human diet and the emergence of chronic diet related disease, which appear to be almost nonexistent in pre-agricultural times.

    Bearing this correlation in mind, it is not surprising that recent years have seen increasing support among some scientific authorities for a diet mimicking that of our ancestors during the times when these diseases were rare. A perfect example of the mimicking is that of food storage, although some food storage methods still go natural, like this:

    Many supporters of such a lifestyle argue that natural, unprocessed foods promote optimal expression of the human genome and have the ability to eradicate the chronic illnesses that run rampant in the modern age. Based on the dietary suggestions presented by these scientific radicals, there has been an influx of enthusiasts who admonish our contemporary grain-based diet in favor of reverting back to Paleolithic habits in an attempt to realign our genes with how they were originally evolved and adapted.

    Proponents of mirroring a hunter-gatherer lifestyle abide by the cleverly named “Paleolithic (Paleo) Diet,” which recommends avoiding all modern processed foods that wouldn’t be found in Pre-Neolithic times, most of which are derived from grain products. This paper aims to assess how the Paleo Diet has been framed by authorities in dietetic literature, and in turn how and why the proposed diet has been adopted and represented by the public sector currently practicing the diet.