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Change the Look and Feel of Your Skin

TrueScience is a revolutionary skin care system that uses proven ingredients to take years off of your appearance. With instant and long-term anti-aging benefits, TrueScience transforms the tell tale signs of aging and helps you look remarkable for your age.

The most advanced, anti-aging cream proven in a clinical study to deeply moisturize and help combat the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

The Best Business to Start for under $1000 in 2017

We’re a community of life-minded people focused on just one thing: making your life better today.

At LifeVantage curiosity has our attention, science has our back and we recognize–and firmly believe–that your growth is the way of our future.

Find your higher calling with LifeVantage

At LifeVantage, we are here to support you every step of the way as you work to create and live the life you’ve always dreamed of.

We are here with you as you build your LifeVantage business and as you embark on your journey of personal development of helping yourself and others find financial freedom.

We have created a proven system that will assist you on the path to success and to eventually become a Master distributor.

The idea is simple. When you grow, we grow.

Providing you with the advanced tools, ongoing support, and daily motivation you need to get started is just the beginning. With proven science, amazing products, and a sure-fire plan, there’s no telling how far we can go together.

Your Start Kit has all the tools you need to not just start your business, but to launch your business in your first thirty days.

Anti-Aging Looking and feeling young has never been so easy! with Dr. Oz


Looking and feeling young has never been so easy! Dr. Oz has cutting-edge information on anti-aging techniques and guidelines. Learn how to slow aging from the inside out! Plus, get pertinent information on beauty products, supplements, diet and nutrition, mental health, and fitness routines to turn back the clock.

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How Much Income Will You Need In Retirement?

Our exclusive Retirement Savings Calculator will help you estimate the future value of your retirement savings and determine how much more you need to save each month to reach your retirement goal.

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Our exclusive Retirement Savings Calculator will help you estimate the future value of your retirement savings and determine how much more you need to save each month to reach your retirement goal. Actual results will depend on how much you contribute to your retirement accounts, the rate-of-return on your investments, and how long you live. (The calculator does not take taxes on your retirement income into account so your actual spendable income will be less.)

PhysIQ™ Body Transformation

Get Healthier with the PhysIQ30 Day Smart Restart Program

The 30 Day Smart Restart is a total lifestyle platform for anyone to get healthier – providing all the programs, products and support for your weight-loss and fitness goals. You’ll have a blast following this affordable yet effective path to a healthier you. Whatever your goal, from losing a few inches to a complete body transformation, our proven program is everything you need to achieve it.

Registration begins Dec 1, 2016 and ends March 31, 2017. The challenge begins on January 1 and ends March 31, 2017. That gives you 90-days to experience how PhysIQ™ recharges and balances your body’s natural weight management system.


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Superoxide Dismutase: an important antioxidant defense in nearly all cells exposed to oxygen.

The science behind Protandim is different and unique because LifeVantage Corporation doesn’t pay for it. In the world of research, this means that the product and its science must be so compelling that Ph.D.s from universities around the world want to study it and want to spend their own time and money doing it. LifeVantage has a product other people are paying to study! That is unheard of, especially in the supplement industry. – Dr. Skip Campbell


8 at-home workouts to lose weight and build muscle

These quick and easy workout routines burn fat and build muscle, even if you’re five feet from your couch.

You can build muscle and lose weight all in the privacy of your home so you’re free to sweat in solitude or bring the house down with your favorite workout songs. Because, while there are times when the gym is the perfect respite from a long day at work (you can get in, sweat, get out, and feel completely renewed), there are others when the gym is one giant irritation. There are too many people clanking weights, or chatting when they should be clanking weights, and all you want to do is walk back through the door and head home. Well, guess what? You can do that—and still get a killer workout in. Here are 8 options that prove it:

1. Barrel Chest Bedroom Workout
2. Total Body Burn Out Workout
3. Leg Workout
4. Cardio Workout
5. Ab Workout
6. Upper-Body Muscle-Builder Workout
7. Lower-Body Muscle-Builder Workout
8. The Back-Saver Workout

Try these at-home routines and see for yourself how effective they can be.

5 Social Security Stats That Will Blow You Away

Social Security isn’t exactly broke — not yet, anyway. Social Security is expected to run out of money in 2034, at which point a 25% benefit cut will be necessary if nothing is done to fix the funding shortfall. However, there is still time to change Social Security’s destiny. Here’s what you need to know about how we could fix Social Security, and what it would mean to American retirees.

1. 61% of American seniors rely on Social Security for at least half of their income in retirement

According to the Social Security Administration, more than six in 10 elderly Americans derive the majority of their income from Social Security — that’s more than 24 million people. This includes 53% of married couples and 74% of single beneficiaries. What’s more, 33% of Social Security beneficiaries rely on Social Security for nearly at least 90% of their income.

This dependence increases with age. For retirees age 80 or older, Social Security provides more than half of all income for 72% of beneficiaries, and at least 90% of income for more than four in 10.

The point is that American retirees as a group are highly reliant on Social Security. And while we can debate how we need to start doing a better job of saving for our own retirements, the fact remains that without Social Security, millions of retirees would have little or no income.

2. Social Security has more than $2.8 trillion in reserves, which are expected to run out in 2034

Don’t let anyone tell you Social Security is broke. The Social Security trust fund contained nearly $3 trillion in reserves as of the end of 2015. Plus, between Social Security payroll taxes and the trust fund’s interest income, the program is expected to run at a surplus every year through 2019.

After 2019, however, deficits are expected to begin, and they will continue until the trust fund is completely exhausted in 2034. Beyond that point, the incoming payroll taxes will only be enough to cover about three-fourths of promised benefits. Just to be clear, as a worst-case scenario, Social Security benefits will need to be cut by about 25%,18 years from now. However, as we saw earlier, that’s a cut that millions of retirees can’t afford.

3. 85% of Americans say it’s important to maintain Social Security for current and future retirees.

According to a survey (link opens a PDF) by the National Academy of Social Insurance, 85% of Americans agree with the statement “Social Security benefits now are more important than ever to ensure that retirees have a dependable income.” This percentage included a majority of all political affiliations, income levels, and age groups.

Additionally, 81% say they don’t mind paying Social Security taxes because of the stability it provides to millions of retirees. And 72% say that we should consider increasing Social Security benefits — including 65% of Republicans, 61% of high-income individuals, and at least 65% of every age group.

So it’s fair to say the consensus is that Social Security is worth preserving.

4. By gradually increasing the payroll tax to 7.2% and eliminating the wage cap, Social Security would be financially stable for the foreseeable future

There are several different ways we could fix Social Security, and most proposals fall into one of two categories — benefit cuts or tax increases. Across-the-board benefit cuts are so unpopular, it’s safe to say they won’t gain any political traction. And milder forms of benefit cuts are pretty unpopular, too. Just 35% of Americans favor increasing the retirement age by one year, and only 24% support reducing the way cost-of-living adjustments are calculated.

On the other hand, tax increases are not only widely supported, but they would also have more of an impact on the funding shortfall. Eighty-three percent of Americans are in favor of gradually increasing the payroll tax from its current 6.2% to to 7.2%, and such an increase would take care of 52% of the funding gap. Another popular change would be to gradually eliminate the earnings cap over a 10-year period, since only the first $118,500 in wage income is taxable for Social Security purposes. This move is supported by 80% of Americans and would close 74% of the funding gap all by itself. In other words, these two highly popular changes could fix Social Security without any benefit cuts or other modifications.

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5. Not only would Social Security be solvent, but we could also guarantee that no retired worker would live in poverty

Notice that in the previous section, the two proposed tax changes would combine to fix significantly more than 100% of the Social Security funding shortfall — 126% to be exact. In fact, by making these two changes, we could also raise Social Security’s minimum benefit to a level where no person who paid into Social Security would retire and receive income below the poverty line. This would mean a minimum benefit of $11,880 for 30-year workers, around 20% higher than the current minimum.

And we could increase the cost-of-living-adjustment method to more accurately reflect the inflation seniors experience. For example, healthcare costs have been increasing faster than overall inflation and disproportionately affect seniors.