3 Reasons To Join A Health and Wellness MLM Company

Let’s face it. There are a lot of MLM or Network Marketing companies out there, and if you are someone wanting to get into the home based business industry, choosing the right company can be daunting. It’s well known that in the Network Marketing profession, you need to be passionate about your product. If you are not passionate about your product then you will have a hard time promoting it.

Many Network Marketing companies offer different products and services from energy, to communications services, to health and wellness. I am basically going to talk about why choosing a health and wellness MLM company might be one of the best decisions you make in your home based business career.

Firstly, health and wellness is the next wave or next revolution. In the US today, according to Economist Paul Zane Pilzer, 1.5 trillion dollars is spent on the “sickness industry”, on health care, trying to make people better. Lots of people now are making the shift to wellness or preventive measures. In his book “The Wellness Revolution” he predicted that by 2010, almost a trillion USD of the country’s economy will be spent on products and services that will make people look and feel better, combat anti-aging, etc. This is 2015, and we are seeing the truth of his prediction now.

People are now seeing the side effects of traditional treatments and are now opting for alternative measures, a more preventive approach versus a curative approach.

Secondly, in MLM health and wellness, there is the product experience. Once you take a food supplement which is filled with vitamins and nutrients your body is not used to, your body begins to function at different peak levels. It’s not uncommon for people to report that symptoms of certain ailments which disturbed them before vanished after taking a supplement.

Scientists are beginning to discover that most of the ailments being treated today can be traced to poor nutrition. Now once someone has a fantastic product experience, what is the person likely to do? Introduce it to their friends, families, colleagues, enemies, etc. And that is the spirit behind network marketing.

Thirdly, most MLM health and wellness companies have an autoship program, or monthly volume requirement. If you have had a powerful product experience and you are the product of the product, there is a high chance that you will reorder the product and keep using it. If you will reorder it, there is a very high chance that your team members and others in your downline will reorder, and this monthly reordering makes it easy to earn residual income easily.

With health and wellness being one of the biggest trends happening around, it makes sense to align with the times, and get behind a wellness product you can use for yourself, realize the benefits and have no qualms recommending it to others which will put you on a very good start in your Network Marketing career.

Aging is Inevitable – Adult Health and Wellness

Aging is Inevitable

Although aging is inevitable, how we look, feel and cope as we get older, is not. Aging affects each of us at different rates and in different ways. Even within the same individual, each organ and organ system ages differently, influenced by genetics, environment, lifestyle, attitudes, social networks, spiritual connections, and overall health and well being.

In infancy and childhood, we can be fairly accurate in predicting physical growth and development at different ages and stages. But as we age, there is no uniform timetable. Chronological age is notAging is Inevitable

How Do You Know When You Are Old?

Stereotypical Signs of Aging

• You get dizzy when you stand up or bend over
• Your joints and muscles ache all the time
• Your skin is itchy, spotty, wrinkled and dry
• Your body fluctuates between constipation and diarrhea
• You have poor muscle tone, tire easily, and often feel weak
• You are often irritable, grouchy, depressed and generally unhappy
• You can’t remember what you did an hour ago
• You’ve stopped learning or trying new things

The above symptoms are generally considered to be inevitable effects of aging, but these are actually signs of lifestyle deficiencies, injury, and disease.

Physiologic Changes and Aging

Past research about aging has focused on patients suffering from illness and disability, observed in doctors’ offices, clinics or hospital settings. What we have believed about aging, it seems, has been a reflection of the effects of disease process and unhealthy lifestyle. Studies are only beginning to focus on active seniors and the normal aging process.

• Aging is NOT Disease

Physiologic changes that occur with aging do not necessarily cause disability. Aging does not inevitably lead to declining levels of cardiac functioning, bone density, muscular strength, cognitive ability and memory, sexual desire and activity, physical and social functioning, nor does aging insure rising levels of blood pressure, cholesterol and anemia. But aging does decrease the body’s ability to withstand and respond to stress. As we age, we are less able to regulate pulse rate, blood pressure, oxygen consumption, blood glucose, serum sodium, and blood ph levels under stress. Aging leads to greater difficulty reacting to injury and the probability that the stress of injury will lead to acute or chronic illness over time.

• One Percent Rule

From age 30 onward, most organ systems lose roughly one percent of their functioning each year. The percent of loss does not increase as we age.

• Body Organs Age Differently

The physiologic state for any organ in our body is affected by the rate of change that organ has experienced multiplied by the number of years that change has occurred. As we age, changes in one organ does not predict changes in other organs.

• Dementia is NOT Part of Normal Aging

Memory decline with age is common, but does not inevitably lead to dementia which is an illness. Dementia-type symptoms include hearing loss, confusion or disorientation, difficulty performing simple tasks and making every day decisions, as well as changes in mood and loss of interest in life activities.

* Remaining Healthy is Often a Lifestyle Choice

Scientists and wellness experts alike are discovering that we are more than our genetic makeup. We do actually influence our own aging processes through diet, exercise, stress management, rest, sleep, social activity, positive mental thought and spiritual connection. Remaining healthy is often just a lifestyle choice and the choice is yours.