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Greater Cleveland Residents To Be First In The State To Get A View:

The Health-Conscious, the Tech-Savvy, and the Simply Curious Invited to Take a FREE Scan and Learn Your Quick Scan Antioxidant Score—Are You Red, Orange, Yellow, Green or (You Hope!) Purple? COLOR GREATER CLEVELAND PURPLE!

 
PRLog - Oct. 7, 2012 - WHAT  

MonaVie, a global leader in nutrition products made from the rarest ingredients, will host a free health assessment session on Monday, October 8, 7:30—9:30p.m. at the Lorain County Community College.  During the session, MonaVie will unveil VIEW—the company’s brand-new cutting-edge antioxidant scanner—and provide participants with a free, real-time, Quick Scan Color Score of their own antioxidant levels.  The Score, represented by a color ranging from red (the lowest or worst) to purple (the highest or best), will reveal to them their own body’s ability to fight off destructive free radicals.  

Once guests receive their Quick Scan Color Scores, they will learn strategies for improving their antioxidant levels and reducing free radical damage—such as eating a healthier diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables, adopting healthier lifestyle choices, and supplementing their nutrition with the high levels of phytonutrients found in products containing the acai berry.  

WHO

Dr. Shawn Talbott, VP of Product Innovation and Education:  For the past three years, Talbott has been the team leader in the research, development and production of VIEW Antioxidant Scanner.  Talbott will discuss the critical use of the scanner in assessing an individual’s overall health, and can provide clear, compelling, and jargon-free information on the damage free radicals have on human bodies and the key role that antioxidants play in keeping bodies healthy and slowing the aging process.

Carl and Cathie Firestone: are among the local MonaVie executives who will be attending with their guests to learn their Quick Scan Color Scores and deepen their commitment to a healthier lifestyle.  They can talk about how they’ve decided to make “purple” a way of life for them.

WHEN/WHERE

Monday, October 8, 2012 – 7:30—9:30p.m.
Lorain County Community College—Spitzer Grande Room
1005 North Abbe Road
Elyria, OH 44035

BACKGROUND

Your body is under constant attack from free radicals.  Increased stress levels, pollution, UV radiation, lack of sleep, tobacco—the list goes on—all contribute to higher numbers of free radicals, which can accelerate the aging process and may even contribute to the development of different diseases.  Your body needs antioxidants to render free radicals harmless.  

Nature provides the antioxidants you need—first in the diversity of nutrients in vibrantly colored fruits and vegetables. Phytonutrients are nature’s color palette, giving fruits and vegetables their colors; they’re also the source of antioxidants.  Yet, according to the USDA, only 6 percent of people in the US consume the recommended daily servings of vegetables; only 8 percent eat enough fruit!  In fact, the average fruit and vegetable consumption is only 1.8 servings per day; the USDA recommends 10 to 12!

Adding nature’s phytonutrient palette to your diet will help improve your Quick Scan Color Score. MonaVie VIEW—certified products are scientifically formulated to deliver a broad spectrum of powerful phytonutrients—including carotenoids and flavonoids—with amazing antioxidant capabilities. With MonaVie VIEW Antioxidant Scanner, you’ll have proof positive that these products are the best way to get phytonutrients into your antioxidant defense network. For more information, visit www.monavie.com.

MEDIA CONTACTS

Jeff Cohen, MonaVie CMO: jeffc@monavie.com
Brian Gill, MonaVie Sr. Director of Corporate Communications: briang@monavie.com

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