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Walgreens & Vitamin Angels

January 30th, 2015 / No Comments »

Last week, we posted details about our awesome BOGO promotion with Walgreens. If you’ve been looking for our nutrient-dense vitamins with better absorption in a nearby drug store, now it’s as easy as going to Walgreens. You can find both our General Health and Immune Health formulations in the nearly 7,000 Walgreen locations across the country. This is the last week to look out for our promotional two for one offer – which means you can take home a 60-day supply of vitamins for just $10.00. Not convinced? Consider this …

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Q&A With the Sherri’s

January 29th, 2015 / No Comments »

At U-Be-Livin-Smart, we are a compact and agile team. We thought we’d share a Q&A from two key players, Sherri Harrison and Sherri Belton. Both are working moms with health conscious missions. Sherri Harrison is responsible for quality assurance, inventory control, consumer relations, event coordination and assists in the management of the brand. Sherri Belton divides her time between home and work. At U-Be-Livin-Smart she is responsible for the company’s sample program, which involves in store education about the benefits of eating a nutrient dense diet. She also educates consumers …

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We’ve Arrived! Walgreens Promos Nutrient Dense Vitamins with Buy 1 Get 1 Free

January 26th, 2015 / No Comments »

Less than a year ago we launched the first, nutrient-dense, chewable vitamin for optimal absorption in four formulations. Next week we will be rolling out our vitamins to 6,800 Walgreens locations throughout North America! I guess you could say they are popular! All joking aside, we are thrilled to be able to bring our vitamins to so many consumers, so quickly. To celebrate the partnership with Walgreens, we are offering a special BOGO promotion. It’s simple: When you buy a box of U-Be-Livin-Smart General Health Vitamins that are on sale …

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U-Be-Livin-Smart featured in The Globe and Mail

January 21st, 2015 / No Comments »

“Be committed to the process as opposed to committing to the end point…” That’s our co-founder, Tim Sinclair, talking to The Globe and Mail about building a company dedicated to providing affordable, nutrient-dense products. When Tim met with Tracy Hanes, special to The Globe and Mail, he also explained how U-Be-Livin-Smart sees food insecurity in North America. Because our food is overly processed, a lot of the nutrient value is getting stripped out and is contributing to the global obesity crisis. People are eating the wrong kinds of food to feel satiated. …

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Top 10 Healthy Living Apps of 2014

December 27th, 2014 / No Comments »

This time of year there’s lots of great lists published that highlight some of the best ways to keep you and your family fit and healthy when you’re on the go. When it comes to mobile apps, there’s no shortage of great resources out there. Here are 10 of our favorites, following on our recent post about staying healthy and motivated through the holidays:     1. Fooducate There’s a lot of interesting info in food barcodes. This app lets you scan a product then reveals facts about the nutritional …

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How to Give Back this Holiday Season

December 26th, 2014 / No Comments »

One way to combat the materialism that can overtake us all this time of year is to think of ways to help others. Sometimes that’s as simple as participating in food drives that are underway at church or at your kids’ schools. Other people choose to give philanthropic gifts by making donations to organizations they care about on behalf of their loved ones. It can be overwhelming to research and choose how to help. We hope we are making it easy for consumers with our Feed 88 Million Program. With …

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Calorie Counting vs. Calorie Consciousness

December 12th, 2014 / No Comments »

If you’ve eaten at a restaurant in the US lately, you may have noticed that the calories are now listed right next to your favorite dish. That’s because the US FDA passed new regulations mandating that calorie counts be posted on menus or menu boards at chain restaurants and a variety of other food establishments with 20 or more locations. Obviously, we’re all for this level of transparency. It’s a step in the right direction for food education and will hopefully lead to health improvements for the millions of American’s …

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Flu Fighters: Staying healthy over the holidays

December 4th, 2014 / No Comments »

Holidays bring cheer and busy social schedules with parties, gatherings and shopping. They can also bring stress and fatigue! In addition to plenty of sleep and stress reduction in the form of yoga or other exercise, you might wonder what can I do to stay healthy this season? This time of year, our immune systems are compromised for a number of reasons. We’re more vulnerable not only because of higher contact rates with germs and pathogens from social interactions, but also because of the mounting pressures and higher stress levels …

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Striking Back at Food Insecurity

November 26th, 2014 / No Comments »

Last week, The Globe and Mail ran a story covering a McKinsey Global Institute study on global obesity and it’s strain on national economies and healthcare systems. It’s a great article and definitely worth a read. But something was missing. The article lacked insight into the state of our food supply — how it’s overly processed, non-nutrient dense‎ nature is contributing to this global crisis. This is the real food insecurity epidemic. Empty calories in processed foods and soda may make us feel “full” or satisfied, but they don’t provide the …

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Vegetables to Keep in Mind This Holiday season

November 24th, 2014 / No Comments »

During the holiday season vegetables really get a chance to shine. They are an essential part of the feast, colorful and bountiful. Maybe you are hosting or have been asked to bring a side dish and are wondering what will give the crowd you are serving the most nutrient dense bang for the buck. Since we are all about using ingredients with the highest nutrient density, we have a few thoughts to share (and some of our favorite recipe suggestions!) This Thanksgiving…. Instead of mashed potatoes, try these:     …

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