Navy veteran Jonathan Brown is a martial arts expert whose outside never reflected the poor performance of his inside, says Wong. Jonathan struggled with digestive issues, hunger, and chronic dehydration until he was finally fed up and wanted his inner strength back.
Jonathan realized one day during a heated sparring match that his young body was performing like someone twice his age. YOR Health products were just what Jonathan needed to help his flexibility and stomach issues. Jonathan started first with YOR Essential Vitamins, which had the added and unexpected benefit of clearing his blemished skin. After several weeks, he realized that he was able to complete complex demonstrations without missing a beat.
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.
Jessica Haar was raised by single yet doting father, two uncles, and grandfather. Without a woman’s influence, Jessica grew up “eating like a man.” In college, Jessica continued her masculine dining approach by drinking lots of beer and eating entirely too much fast food. Here, Dennis Wong of YOR Health shares how Jessica went from 185 pounds to a size four in less than a year.
Q: How did Jessica’s upbringing affect her relationship with food?
Dennis Wong, YOR Health: Jessica’s dad, who had two children by the age of 24, raised his family without the influence of a woman. He was busy all the time and never had a chance to sit down and have dinner with Jessica. This meant that Jessica had a casual relationship with food and never really considered it as anything other than a means to survive.
Q: Why was it so hard for Jessica to learn about nutrition as she entered high school?
Dennis Wong, YOR Health: When Jessica started high school, she went from a chubby little girl to an active and attractive young athlete. She — along with boys she had known her entire life – begin to take notice of her changing body. Living in a small town, however, made it tough for Jessica to find anyone who could counsel her on her nutritional needs.
Ben Howard used to hide in the shadows, despite being in the limelight, says Dennis Wong. The YOR Health co-founder explains how Howard overcame his skin problems and gained the confidence to face the world in the following brief interview.
Q: How did Ben Howard’s life as a musician affect his ability to maintain a proper hygiene routine?
Dennis Wong, YOR Health: Ben spent most of his summers traveling from venue to venue. On these trips, he would be sometimes go without access to a bathroom for days at a time. This was problematic since Ben performed outdoors on most occasions and would sweat profusely. He also ate a poor diet during these concerts, stuffing whatever he could get for free into his mouth between sets.
Achieving your fitness goals is tough, acknowledges Dennis Wong of YOR Health. But it is possible with a little persistence and the right balance of nutrition. Here, Wong discusses one success story and shares insight on how to lose weight and gain muscle.
Q: How did Kevin Nadolny sabotaged his own fitness routine?
Dennis Wong, YOR Health: Kevin spent years keeping up with the same workout routine but never did anything to boost his nutrition. As a result, Kevin remained thin but lacked the muscle definition he so desired. Today, Kevin varies his routine from day to day and plays soccer at least once a week. He has also supplemented his diet with YOR Shake.
Q: How has this helped?
Dennis Wong, YOR Health: By adding additional protein, Kevin’s body was able to more efficiently build muscles.
Q: Is protein the secret to gaining muscle and losing fat?
Dennis Wong, YOR Health: There is no real secret to doing so. However, protein is essential for both. Additionally, the body uses protein to make hormones and enzymes and is one of the major building blocks of skin, cartilage, bone, and blood. People who lack protein in their diet cannot build and repair tissues as effectively as those who consume meat, nuts, or other sources.
Amatusitaar Blanchette is a college student from the Bronx who suffered with chronic fatigue for years before realizing that sugar and energy drinks were not the answer. In today’s brief post, Dennis Wong of YOR Health explains how Amatusitaar beat the beast of excessive tiredness.
Q: Amatusitaar Blanchette is a college student with a full-time job. Isn’t it normal for someone in her position to be exhausted?
Dennis Wong, YOR Health: Being exhausted and being chronically fatigued are two very different things. While going to school and working definitely take a toll on the body, at her young age, Amatusitaar should not have been falling asleep every few hours. The problem was that she simply wasn’t getting the right amount of nutrition and thought that coffee and energy drinks would keep her going. They did not.