YOR Health Offers Education to Customers

Dennis Wong YOR HealthDennis Wong says YOR Health is much more than a nutritional supplement provider. He believes the most important thing he can provide to YOR Health customers is information. Here, Wong briefly discusses customer Jessica Haar and how this Cincinnati, Ohio, woman benefited from her newly-acquired understanding of the body.

Q: How did Jessica’s upbringing affect her diet?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: Jessica was raised by her young single father, a grandfather, and two uncles. Being the lone young lady in a house full of men, Jessica ate the way they did. She ate burgers, fries, and anything else that was put in front of her. Her dad rarely had time for full meals and there was absolutely no conversation about nutrition.

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Lisa Chang Finds Health

Dennis Wong YOR HealthLisa Chang from Lowell, MA, was introduced to YOR Health at the end of her junior year in college, says Dennis Wong. The YOR Health customer has since regained the heath she did not know was lost and learned to appreciate the value of real nutrition.

Q: What health issues convinced Lisa to try YOR Health?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: Lisa wasn’t necessarily concerned with her health – it was her skin that had her worried. The young woman suffered from breakouts and oily skin during much of her teenage years. As she entered adulthood, her skin only got worse. When a friend told her about YOR Health YOR Digest Ultra, YOR Essential Vitamins, and YOR Repair Ultra, Lisa thought it was worth a shot to see if poor nutrition had anything to do with her skin problems.

Q: How bad were Lisa’s eating habits?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: Lisa was very petite at just 115 pounds. Because of this, she never really worried about her diet. She ate greasy foods – her favorites were chicken fingers and quesadillas – and consumed sodas whenever she wanted. Some days, Lisa ate just one meal and never really considered what she was doing to her body.

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YOR Health Spotlight Linda Chum

Dennis Wong YOR HealthFood was an integral part of Linda Chum’s childhood, says Dennis Wong. The YOR Health co-founder explains that Linda’s love of food, however, became a thing of fear around the age of nine, when constant bloating and stomach pains began. After each meal, Linda’s stomach would distend and the rumbling in her gut signaled pain was imminent.

Dennis Wong of YOR Health says Linda’s family told her the gas and tummy upset were normal. Linda felt differently and finally asked to see a doctor. As it turned out, Linda, whose favorite foods were milk and cereal and milk and cookies, was lactose intolerant. Linda soon restricted all dairy from her diet, but the stomach issues persisted. According to Dennis Wong, YOR Health brand probiotics and digestive enzymes were exactly what Linda needed to sooth her stomach.

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YOR Health Spotlight Ben Wilson

Dennis Wong YOR HealthBen Wilson, a young man from Cincinnati, Ohio, says that sleep used to be an issue. Falling asleep wasn’t the problem, but staying awake was nearly impossible during the day.

According to Dennis Wong, YOR Health customer Ben Wilson used to be the butt of his friends’ jokes. They would remind him to stay awake while driving, eating, and in class. Everyone thought it was funny – everyone except for Ben, that is. He tried every energy drink on the market but they only made him even more slow, sluggish, and sleepy.

It wasn’t until he confided in a close friend about his inability to stay awake that Ben found a solution. According to Dennis Wong, YOR Health YOR Digest Ultra enzyme capsules have worked from the inside out to give Ben the energy he always needed. Ben takes one capsule 3 to 5 times a day – a few more if he’s having a large meal – and that helps his body properly utilize the nutrients from his food.

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YOR Health Aids in Post-op Surgery

Dennis Wong YOR HealthMr. Sylla always ate a balanced diet. A lifelong athlete, Mr. Sylla felt he was indestructible, says Dennis Wong of YOR Health. However, the former competitor noticed one thing throughout his life that he just couldn’t control – he always felt bloated. Sylla thought his digestion could be better, and as it turns out, he was right. He had a digestive disorder which eventually led to diverticulitis and later a severe intestinal infection.

According to Dennis Wong, YOR Health co-founder, Mr. Sylla underwent an extensive surgery in February of 2009 to correct a perforated intestine. He spent two weeks in the hospital without solid food or liquids. It was during this time that Mr. Sylla realized he had a real problem, says Dennis Wong. YOR Health was recommended to Mr. Sylla by his daughter Nadine. She explained to her father that YOR Health was scientifically backed and offered a 100% satisfaction guarantee on its products. Without hesitation, Mr. Sylla ordered the YOR Digestive Enzymes, YOR Repair Ultra, and YOR Probiotics Ultra.

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Ted Riegel Credits YOR Health for New Lease on Life

Dennis Wong YOR HealthWhen Ted Riegel was a teenager, he experienced a degenerative condition that resulted in a double knee surgery. Afterwards he only experienced mild discomfort, says Dennis Wong, YOR Health co-founder. However, that changed a few years ago and Ted began having difficulty walking.

According to Dennis Wong of YOR Health, when Ted was 54, his movement became so restricted that everyday tasks caused him constant pain. He would walk a few feet and feel a deep discomfort in his left knee. It became harder to work and to spend quality time with his active family. Ted did not know what he was going to do until a chance conversation about YOR Repair Ultra led the Carlisle, Ohio, man to Dennis Wong and YOR Health, at that time a little-known California company promoting high-quality health and nutrition supplements.

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YOR Health Spotlight Angely Rojas

Angely-RojasAngely Rojas was a slim young woman from the Bronx. An avid runner, Angely never put much thought into her weight. At a petite 5’1”, Angely weighed in at a healthy 103 to 113 pounds throughout her teen years. However, according to Dennis Wong of YOR Health, that all changed in college.

Q: Did Angely suffer from the dreaded “Freshman 15?”

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: Now, Angely didn’t gain a pound her freshman year. It was later in college when her unhealthy lifestyle caught up with her. By graduation, she weighed 123 pounds. While that might sound like a dream come true for many women, that’s 20 pounds heavier than Angely’s frame was accustomed to. She wasn’t happy about her body and she knew she needed to make a change. Continue reading