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  • published Contact Us 2019-03-09 11:29:59 -0500

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    We hope you have a wonderful day and look forward to serving you!


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    We are located in the UCF Life Sciences facility at the Guidewell center in Lake Nona.  

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  • published How To Videos 2016-01-01 20:28:38 -0500

    Your How To Videos


    On this page you'll find some "how to" videos to help you navigate your memberships. Healthy Life America is a free membership through which we deliver health and wellness information.

    Our Founding Membership is open for a limited number of subscribers. The companies we're working with have placed a limitation on the number of people who can join. Once the membership is closed, we are bound by contract not to open it again.

    You can learn more about our Founding Membership Here.


    How to Find Your Referral ID


    How to Log into Your Founders Membership 

    Founding Membership



    How To See Who You Referred

  • published Member Login in Join 2015-11-10 15:49:34 -0500

  • published Is It True 2015-10-02 15:55:21 -0400

    Is It Fact or Fiction?




    It's fun to discover the truth behind some of the most popular myths and legends on the Internet.



    Are spicy foods linked to stomach ulcers?  
    Spicy jalapenos, hot sauce and other spicy foods . . . (read more)

    Are there more heart attacks on Monday?
    Rainy days and Mondays . . . (read more)

    How many people are injured by musical instruments each year?
    It's a funny fact that musical instruments cause  . . . (read more)


    Join Us today FREE and get access to our page of fun facts and fiction!
    It takes less than 2 minutes.




  • published Acupuncture and High Blood Pressure in Daily Dose 2015-09-28 16:12:53 -0400

    Acupuncture and High Blood Pressure

    BloodPressureS.jpgIn The News

    Individuals with high blood pressure find that they experience a drop in their blood pressure that can last up to a month and a half when they practice acupuncture. This groundbreaking research was the result of over a decade of information and reported by the Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine.

    This is the first study that has scientifically confirmed acupuncture has some benefit in treating mild to moderate hypertension. Regular use can help you control blood pressure and lessen the risk of stroke and heart disease.

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  • published Happiness is Contagious in Daily Dose 2015-09-28 14:17:58 -0400

    Happiness is Contagious


    In The News

    The results of a study by researchers from the University Of Warwick Medical School studying over 2,000 students demonstrated that adolescents who had at least five mentally healthy friends were at significantly less risk for developing depression and had twice the potential for recovering from depression.

    This means that depression is not contagious but happiness is. It meant that while depression would not spread, having friends who had a healthy mood would halve the probability of developing depression or double the probability of recovering over a six to twelve month period.

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  • Researchers Find Link to Obesity in Genetics

    Research.jpgIn The News

    Obesity is one of the biggest public health challenges of the 21st century. Affecting more than 500 million people worldwide, obesity costs at least $200 billion each year in the United States alone, and contributes to potentially fatal disorders such as cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer

    In a study published by MIT researchers and scientists from Harvard Medical School in August 2015 in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers found they could manipulate and reverse a genetic pathway that leads to obesity in mice and humans.

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