One of the best examples is Dr. Sam Rehnborg, president of the Nutrilite Health Institute and son of Nutrilite Founder Carl Rehnborg. That’s because Nutrilite products were a part of his diet since before he was born.
In fact, Carl used to refer to Sam as his first test subject.
“Today, if he were alive, he would say: Well, my son is 78 years old, but he has been taking the product for 79 years because his mother was taking the product while she was pregnant,” Sam said.
As we celebrate the Nutrilite 80th anniversary and promote the findings of our most recent research in The Global Phytonutrient Report, we can’t think of anyone better to lead the way.
Dr. Sam, as he is known by most, is on the road right now leading the Color Your Story World Tour. He and other experts are traveling the globe to celebrate the 80th anniversary, discuss optimal health and talk about findings examined in the report:
- Phytonutrients, found in fruits and vegetables, are important for your health.
- Approximately 75 percent of people across the globe fall short of the minimum daily intake of fruits and vegetables as recommended by the World Health Organization.*
- Many people are challenged by limited access to fresh produce, others by a limited variety. Busy lifestyles and personal tastes also hamper daily intake.
- Plant-based supplements are a great way to fill that phytonutrient gap.
He already has visited the U.S. state 0f Hawaii and South Korea, and met with Amway Business Owners from Europe and Russia. Soon he will head to Japan, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, several stops in Europe, China and beyond. And, for the markets where he is unable to visit in person, he has recorded a special video with the same message.
So, watch for Dr. Sam to come to your area. And watch for ongoing coverage of his appearances at the Nutrilite Facebook page.*Hall JN, Moore S, Harper SB, Lynch JW. Global variability in fruit and vegetable consumption. Am J Prev Med. 2009; 36(5):402–409.