The Youngevity Mission
Our mission is to improve the lifestyles of our clients by promoting vibrant health and by providing quality, innovative health care products to hundreds of thousands of satisfied customers. Youngevity’s dedication to overall health and wellness revolves around the belief that there is a core group of 90 essential nutrients your body needs for optimal health. These 90 nutrients form the foundation of Youngevity’s 90 for Life Campaign. This campaign is the basis of the partnership between Youngevity and Marilu Henner, whose longtime mission has been to help others in their journey to a healthy lifestyle.
Having Marilu as a partner in promoting nutrition and lifestyle-related services will further develop and communicate Youngevity’s campaign for healthy lifestyle transformation. Not only is she the face of healthy living but, having a highly superior autobiographical memory, Marliu is the spokesperson for Youngevity’s ProLine™ brain-supporting supplement, SYNAPTIV™. Having her validation of the Youngevity products, and organization as a whole, will help advance our mission of vitality, longevity and abundance.
Youngevity CEO Steve Wallach said he is very excited about the partnership. “I have always admired Marilu Henner, not only as an actress and for her impeccable memory, but also for her passion in promoting a healthy lifestyle,” he said. “This is destined to be a successful partnership and it could not have come at a better time.”
“I am absolutely thrilled to be the brand ambassador for Youngevity and I am very excited to be working with such an established nutrition company,” Marilu said. “Youngevity’s history speaks volumes about the quality of its products and the passion of the people involved in getting out its message. Youngevity’s high-quality health and wellness products are in sync with what I believe to be the foundation of a long and healthy life and I look forward to continuing to inspire others to live healthier, more active lifestyles.”
About Marilu Henner
With the energy of a teenager, the wisdom of a sage and the memory of a super hero, Marilu Henner has deservedly earned the nickname “Perpetual Motion.” Along with starring in more than 30 films, six Broadway shows, and two hit classic sitcoms, “Taxi” and “Evening Shade,” this five-time Golden Globe Nominee is also a New York Times Best Selling author of nine books on health, parenting, memory and lifestyle improvement. Her most popular book, “Total Health Makeover,” led Henner to the formation of her own total health makeover website (www. marilu.com). It is dedicated to teaching others how to live healthier, more active lifestyles by not only providing valuable information and support but also through live chats and online classes and counseling.
Marilu has addressed Congress six times on subjects ranging from dietary supplements and women’s cardiovascular disease to deadbeat parents. In the Spring of 2010 she addressed Congress again to present healthy dietary guidelines for kids as a part of the “Child Nutrition Reauthorization Act of 2010.” Marilu frequently lectures throughout the country as a keynote speaker and motivator for professional organizations, universities, government agencies, interest groups and corporations. She speaks about health topics including: diet and fitness, memory, women’s health issues, cardiovascular disease, cancer survival and child rearing as well as lifestyle, entertainment and business organization strategies.
Uniquely Henner is one of only twelve people documented with Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory, and was the subject of a two-part special on “60 Minutes” and “60 Minutes Australia” as well as in news programs and newspaper articles around the globe. She now shares tips on how others can improve their autobiographical memories in her recent New York Times best-seller, “Total Memory Makeover.”
This year should be another exciting and busy one for Henner. She will be participating in many Youngevity events and will be back on “Donald Trump’s All-Star Celebrity Apprentice,” having previously appeared on “The Celebrity Apprentice in 2008.”