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Dry January -- Are You Alcohol Free?

Posted by on 1/15/2020 to General Health
Glass with lemonHere we are halfway through January and you might say it's dry around here. Not because of the dry Arizona climate but rather a phenomenon simply known as Dry January. People voluntarily giving up alcohol for a month. Why?

About 1 in every 10 people in the United Kingdom (UK) drink according to a recent poll. Every hour one person dies of alcohol related issues. That's why a UK group started Dry January. The group is not anti-alcohol but if the stats for the UK are similar to those in other countries, they hope drinkers will recognize that alcohol is not as harmless as it may seem. In fact, their research shows people who gave up alcohol for a month noted amazing health benefits, even in that short amount of time.

January Anniversary Winners!

Posted by TyH Team on 2/1/2019 to General Health

In January TyH held an open house for our 25th anniversary! As part of the celebration, we gave away five gift baskets:

  • a TyH Wellness Basket with Multi-Gold™, Omega-3, Probiotic Blend™, Olive Leaf Extract, and B-12, plus a Vitaminder
  • a Bluebird Hemp Extract/CBD Oil Basket, with 3 different 0.3 oz trial bottles, one Companion bottle for pets, and one bottle of 30 softgels, plus a Bluebird Hemp Tote Bag
  • a $100 gift certificate to TyH
  • a DERMA E Skincare Basket with the full Firming Skincare line, plus a makeup bag
  • an Around Town Basket featuring goodies from local Fountain Hills businesses, including free chocolate from Chocofin, a free bracelet from Sami's Fine Jewelry, an appetizer from Euro Pizza Cafe, and many more!

Our winners included Linda & John F, Virginia F, Jean L, Anne S, and Ione B! Congrats to all our winners, and thank you for helping us reach 25 years of happiness and wellness!

Go to the full post to see all the happy winner photos by clicking on the Read More link below. Thanks for celebrating with us!

December 2018 CBD Winner!

Posted by TyH Team on 1/1/2019 to Customer Exchange
To close out the year on a high note, we gave away a FREE 0.33 oz bottle and two softgels of our new Hemp Extract/CBD oil! The winner was Donna B of Missouri, congrats, Donna! 

"I have been using To Your Health products since the company was very new. I trust TyH products and appreciate the friendly and speedy service! Also appreciated is the response I've received when I had questions and was totally impressed when, a number of years ago, David was the one who came to the phone to answer my questions and visit about fibromyalgia. I have referred quite a few people to TyH with full confidence in my recommendation. THANK YOU!!"

~Donna B, MO

November 2018 Contest Winner!

Posted by TyH Team on 12/3/2018 to Customer Exchange

We appreciate all our customers! As a special "thank you", we gave a $100 credit on account to our November contest winner, chosen at random from ALL orders placed this year. And the winner is Suzanne H of Virginia. Congratulations, Suzanne!

Our December contest has begun! Head over to the contests page -- you could be the next winner and the first to try a brand NEW product offering from TyH! Surprise, surprise!

How’s YOUR Liver? CDC Says Cancer Rates Increasing

Posted by on 7/19/2018 to Anti-Aging
While the thought of cancer is a scary one, ignoring the risk is hazardous to your health! Best to take the wise advice of applying an ounce of prevention as liver cancer is preventable says Dr. Xu, one of the study authors of this latest health concern.  
 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) raised the red flag on liver cancer in their July 2018 published review. Their report shows an alarming increase in liver cancer mortality from 2000 to 2016. Men had a 43% increase, women 40%. For men, their risk still remains higher as statistically their overall numbers are 2 to 2.5 times that of women.