Washington Tri Cities Event

Friday, July 30, 2010

Saturday August 7th
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Holiday Inn Express (Rd 68 Exit, next to TRAC)
4525 Convention Place
Pasco, WA
(509) 543-7000


Synergy WorldWide corporate headquarters in Pleasant Grove, UtahJoin Synergy's VP of Marketing, Tyler Rippy, Emerald Executive Rudy Pedroza, and the Tri Cities Team for this Washington Tri Cities Event on Saturday August 7th!

Any questions regarding this event can be directed to Collise Burksfield at collisem@aol.com or by calling her at 509-947-0577. A special thanks to Collise for organizing and arranging the details of the event. This event is hosted by Bill Styles, Ed Wertz and Team Global.

See agenda details below:

Saturday August 7th
10:00 – 12:00 pm: Distributor Training
Performed by Synergy's VP of Marketing, Tyler Rippy &
Emerald Executive, Rudy Pedroza


12:00 – 1:00 pm: Lunch

1:00 - 3:00 pm: Dr. Joseph Prendergast, Endocrinologist & Medical Advisory Board Member

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Strength of Synergy

Friday, July 30, 2010

One way to help support the ever growing strength of our Synergy Team is to share our successes and positive points of view with each other. There are many great idea's out there. I would like to use this blog forum to post submissions from our Team Members who wish to contribute any tips or successes with the rest of the group. The following entry was submitted by "Annonymous, QLD"

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Dan's Walk for the Cure

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Dan Higginson, founder and CEO of Synergy WorldWide, teamed up with Synergy Team Members from around the world to Walk for the Cure for diabetes. In July, Dan set out to walk 50 miles to raise funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, an organization to which Dan has dedicated countless hours and personal resources.

Watch the recap video from his walk, and then visit Dan’s personal JDRF fundraising page and contribute to the cause. Together, we can find a cure for this life-altering disease!

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Opportunity call tonight with Dan Higginson

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

dan higginsonJoin us tonight for an opportunity call with Synergy WorldWide founder and CEO, Dan Higginson!


Wednesday, July 21, 7 pm Mountain
(6 pm Pacific, 8 pm Central, 9 pm Eastern)

1-800-832-4695
Pin: 8908#



Spread the word, connect your team, and introduce potential Team Members to Synergy by letting them hear from the man himself.

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August Gold Camp and Open House

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Synergy WorldWide corporate headquarters in Pleasant Grove, Utah

August will be a busy month at Synergy WorldWide as we host both a Gold Camp and an open house at our Utah headquarters!

The Gold Camp is open to anyone who’s achieved Gold or Team Leader in 2010. Complete event details are listed below. This event is free and will fill quickly, so register today.

Everyone is welcomed at the free open house. We’ll tour the Nature’s Sunshine manufacturing facility, hear from Synergy execs and Dr. Joe, and receive training from top distributor leaders. Register today and bring a friend!


Gold Camp

Requirements: Achieve Gold or Team Leader in 2010

8:00 – Breakfast (provided by Synergy)
9:00 – “How To” business building clinic:

  • Hosting opportunity meetings
  • Conducting trainings
  • Product training
  • Recognizing your group
  • Communicating with your team

12:00 – Lunch (provided by Synergy)
2:00 – Compensation plan training
4:00 – Business building systems from top Synergy leaders

Register Now

Hotel recommendations (you are responsible for your own travel and accommodations)


August Open House
Requirements: Open to everyone!

1:00 – Meet the executive team
1:15 – Corporate tour
1:30 – Nature’s Sunshine manufacturing facility tour
3:30 – Mix & mingle
3:45 – Business opportunity meeting
4:30 – Dan Higginson – The Synergy Story
5:30 – Break for dinner (on your own)
7:00 – Dr. Joe
8:00 – Mix & mingle

Register Now

Hotel recommendations

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New Pearl Executive!

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Eric Glenn
Synergy WorldWide is excited to throw the spotlight on its newest Pearl Executive—Mr. Eric Glenn!

Eric believes that a successful network marketing business comes down to talking to people, building relationships and creating friendships. That's how his sponsors first attracted him to the business, and it's what Eric and his team is doing to generate phenomenal growth.

You can read more about Eric on SynergyWorldWide.com. Congratulations and we look forward to even greater success from this group in the near future!

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Effects of Sun on the Skin

Friday, July 02, 2010

While sunlight provides your body with healthy Vitamin D, it can also cause skin damage, aging, and even skin disease. Heather Brannon, MD wrote an article for About.com on the damaging effects of sun on the skin, and many of the problems she discusses can be lessened or eliminated through the Elemence product line using products such as the Elemence Repair Complex, a DNA repair cream containing a unique endonuclease-type enzyme that protects against and repairs UV and environmental damage.

Until the end of this July you can receive special deals on our protective and anti-aging skincare products in our TriAction and Elemence lines. Read Dr. Brannon’s article below to see how truly damaging unprotected sun exposure can be and how you can protect your skin with Synergy.

Effects of Sun on the Skin
Cellular Skin Changes Caused by UV Radiation
By Heather Brannon, MD, About.com Guide

Sunlight has a profound effect on the skin causing premature skin aging, skin cancer, and a host of skin changes. Exposure to ultraviolet light, UVA or UVB, from sunlight accounts for 90% of the symptoms of premature skin aging. Many skin changes that were commonly believed to be due to aging, such as easy bruising, are actually a result of prolonged exposure to UV radiation.

What is UV Radiation?
The sun gives off ultraviolet radiation that we divide into categories based on the wavelength.
UVC - 100 to 290 nm
UVB - 290 to 320 nm
UVA - 320 to 400 nm
UVC Radiation
UVC radiation is almost completely absorbed by the ozone layer and does not affect the skin. UVC radiation can be found in artificial sources such as mercury arc lamps and germicidal lamps.

UVB Radiation
UVB affects the outer layer of skin, the epidermis, and is the primary agent responsible for sunburns. It is the most intense between the hours of 10:00 am and 2:00 pm when the sunlight is brightest. It is also more intense in the summer months accounting for 70% of a person's yearly UVB dose. UVB does not penetrate glass.
UVA Radiation
UVA was once thought to have a minor effect on skin damage, but now studies are showing that UVA is a major contributor to skin damage. UVA penetrates deeper into the skin and works more efficiently. The intensity of UVA radiation is more constant than UVB without the variations during the day and throughout the year. UVA is also not filtered by glass.

Damaging Effects of UVA and UVB
Both UVA and UVB radiation can cause skin damage including wrinkles, lowered immunity against infection, aging skin disorders, and cancer. However, we still do not fully understand the process. Some of the possible mechanisms for UV skin damage are collagen breakdown, the formation of free radicals, interfering with DNA repair, and inhibiting the immune system.

Collagen Breakdown
In the dermis, UV radiation causes collagen to break down at a higher rate than with just chronologic aging. Sunlight damages collagen fibers and causes the accumulation of abnormal elastin. When this sun-induced elastin accumulates, enzymes called metalloproteinases are produced in large quantities. Normally, metalloproteinases remodel sun-injured skin by manufacturing and reforming collagen. However, this process does not always work well and some of the metalloproteinases actually break down collagen. This results in the formation of disorganized collagen fibers known as solar scars. When the skin repeats this imperfect rebuilding process over and over wrinkles develop.

Free Radicals
UV radiation is one of the major creators of free radicals. Free radicals are unstable oxygen molecules that have only one electron instead of two. Because electrons are found in pairs, the molecule must scavenge other molecules for another electron. When the second molecule looses its electron to the first molecule, it must then find another electron repeating the process. This process can damage cell function and alter genetic material. Free radical damage causes wrinkles by activating the metalloproteinases that break down collagen. They cause cancer by changing the genetic material, RNA and DNA, of the cell.

DNA Repair
UV radiation can affect enzymes that help repair damaged DNA. Studies are being conducted looking into the role a specific enzyme called T4 endonuclease 5 (T4N5) has in repairing DNA.

Immune System Effects
The body has a defense system to attack developing cancer cells. These immune system factors include white blood cells called T lymphocytes and specialized skin cells in the dermis called Langerhans cells. When the skin is exposed to sunlight, certain chemicals are released that suppress these immune factors.

Cell Death
The last line of defense of the immune system is a process called apoptosis. Apoptosis is a process of cell-suicide that kills severely damaged cells so they cannot become cancerous. This cell-suicide is seen when you peel after a sunburn. There are certain factors, including UV exposure, that prevent this cell death allowing cells to continue to divide and possibly become cancerous.

Texture Changes Caused by the Sun
UV exposure causes thickening and thinning of the skin. Thick skin is found in coarse wrinkles especially on the back of the neck that do not disappear when the skin is stretched. A condition called solar elastosis is seen as thickened, coarse wrinkling and yellow discoloration of the skin. A common effect of UV exposure is thinning of the skin causing fine wrinkles, easy bruising, and skin tearing.

Blood Vessel Changes Caused by the Sun
UV radiation causes the walls of blood vessels to become thinner leading to bruising with only minor trauma in sun-exposed areas. For example, most of the bruising that occurs on sun-damaged skin occurs on the backs of the hands and forearms not on the inside of the upper arm or even the inside of the forearm. The sun also causes the appearance of telangiectasias, tiny blood vessels, in the skin especially on the face.

Pigment Changes Caused by the Sun
The most noticeable sun-induced pigment change is a freckle or solar lentigo. Light-skinned people tend to freckle more noticeably. A freckle is caused when the melanin-producing cell, or melanocyte, is damaged causing it to get bigger. Large freckles, also known as age spots or liver spots, can be seen on the backs of the hands, chest, shoulders, arms, and upper back. These are not actually age related but sun-damage related. UV exposure can also cause white spots especially on the legs, but also on the backs of the hands and arms, as melanocytes are destroyed.

Skin Bumps Caused by the Sun
UV radiation causes an increased number of moles in sun-exposed areas. Sun exposure also causes precancerous lesions called actinic keratoses that develop especially on the face, ears, and backs of the hands. The are small crusty bumps that can often be felt better than they can be seen. Actinic keratoses are felt to be premalignant lesions because 1 in 100 cases per year will develop into squamous cell carcinoma. UV exposure also causes seborrheic keratoses, which are warty looking lesions that appear to be "stuck on" the skin. In contrast to actinic keratoses, seborrheic keratoses do not become cancerous.

Skin Cancer Caused by the Sun
The ability of the sun to cause skin cancer is a well-known fact. The 3 main skin cancers are melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma. Melanoma is the most deadly skin cancer because it metastasizes more readily than the other skin cancers. It is believed that the amount of exposure of the skin to the sun before the age of 20 is actually the determining risk factor for melanoma. Basal cell carcinoma is the most common skin cancer and tends to spread locally, not metastasize. Squamous cell carcinoma is the second most common skin cancer, and it can metastasize although not as commonly as melanoma. The risk of getting basal cell carcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma is determined by a person's lifetime exposure to UV radiation and the person's pigment protection.

Source: http://dermatology.about.com/cs/beauty/a/suneffect.htm

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Thursday, July 01, 2010

You cannot expect to achieve new goals or move beyond your present circumstances unless you change.
--Les Brown

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Synergy Office Closed July 5th for Holiday

Thursday, July 01, 2010

In celebration of the July 4th holiday, the Synergy Corporate Office, including the Store and Customer Service, will be closed next Monday, July 5. The new extended Customer Service hours (8:00 am to 8:00 pm MDT) will begin Tuesday, July 6.

Remember, you can place orders, change autoships, or complete enrollments online at anytime.

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