At just 15-years-old, Brooklyn student Iris Chau lost her mother to liver cancer. 11 years later, Iris was determined not to be a statistic. Here, Dennis Wong shares Iris’ story.
Her freshman year in high school, Iris Chau’s mother became suddenly ill and passed away from liver cancer. In her depression, Iris retreated into herself, losing her confidence and spark for life. She customer describes her teenage years as crushing, as she was neither popular nor pretty. By her senior year, Iris realized that she was meant for better things and hung on to the belief that she was supposed to be someone. Iris knew in her heart she was destined to achieve great things and to inspire others
Iris got her chance shortly after entering college. She had gained the dreaded “Freshman 15” and was an overall emotional wreck. YOR Health entered the picture just when Iris was at her lowest.
When Iris first heard about YOR and the company’s line of premium nutrition products, she was reluctant, fearing that she would fail to reach her weight loss goals even with the proper tools. However, after surrounding herself with an encouraging new network of friends, Iris realized she truly had nothing to lose.
https://denniswong.org/2017/02/01/dennis-wong-yor-health-customer-makes-leap-of-faith-for-family/With six children and two jobs, Jimmy Tran has very little time to care for himself and became the answer to this foster father’s prayer when Jimmy’s health started to take a turn for the worse.
Jimmy Tran and his wife are like many other couples; they got married, had a couple of children, and settled into a suburban life in Lowell, Massachusetts. However, Tran’s was not destined to remain a small family for long. While the family was considering an expansion, the couple was presented an opportunity to foster not one, but four children. Without hesitation, the Trans agreed.
With four new mouths to feed, Jimmy, who already work a full-time job, added a part-time position to his busy schedule, says Dennis Wong. This hectic lifestyle did not take long to catch up to Jimmy, who quickly gained 50 pounds and was starting to feel sluggish and uncomfortable in his skin. Jimmy knew he had to do something but after a few months of working two jobs, living at the gym, and avoiding all the foods he loved, Jimmy wasn’t in much better shape.
Rob Tomaino looked like every other dad-coach at the baseball field – he was a little bit overweight and softer around the center than he was in his 20s, says Dennis Wong. Here, the YOR Health cofounder explains how Rob dropped 48 pounds and uncovered the body he thought he’d lost.
Q: What prompted Rob Tomaino to try YOR Health products in the first place?
Rob realized around his 40th birthday that he was suddenly rundown and had no mental focus whatsoever. His chronic fatigue and inability to concentrate had begun to affect every aspect of his life, including his relationships and career. He finally decided to seek out ways to improve his energy levels.
YORHealth has heard countless stories of college students living off fast food and energy drinks for the duration of their degree. Lisa Chang, a Lowell, Massachusetts, student could have very easily wound up in this group if not for a chance encounter with a YOR Health representative.
Q: Why was health and exercise never a concern for Lisa Chang?
Lisa was thin so she assumed that she was healthy. However, she never ate breakfast and considered chicken fingers nutritionally sound. Despite a constant buffet of cheesesteak, sodas, and quesadillas, Lisa managed to maintain her slim figure.
Q: Doesn’t thin mean healthy?
Not necessarily. As Lisa learned, some people metabolize fat quicker than others, despite other health issues. For Lisa, her unhealthy habits materialized in other visible ways – in the form of pimply, oily skin. Though Lisa was confident with her body, how she felt about her face was another story. Lisa would spend hours each day on her hair and makeup, always running to the bathroom to make sure her blemishes were not showing through.