Nature's Prescription for Optimal Health and LongevityWritten by Hermine D. Carbo
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“Nature’s prescription for optimal health and longevity”
UNION, NEW JERSEY - August 27, 2001 - One of most important discoveries in biochemistry regarding how body maintains health at cellular level may have been made by a Research and Development Company, who, in 1996 introduced their unique products and subsequently filed for patents.
Glycoscience, research about glyconutrients, - foods containing specific sugars that heal - goes back a number of years. The technology is so significant that it is vital for everyone to learn about it simply because it changes lives. These glyconutrients supply THE essential sugars (monosaccharides) that scientists have identified as an absolute requirement for proper cell structure and optimal functioning. Without these nutrients, body simply cannot function at its best. The skyrocketing numbers of people suffering or dying from autoimmune diseases, diabetes, heart disease and cancer is so alarming that change in our traditional healthcare system is inevitable.
I was first introduced to this technology in 1999, at a time when my body still had not entirely “recovered” from an accident that occurred to me 10 years earlier. I got hit by a car, which resulted in injuries to spine, head, and internal organs. Having always been healthy up until time of accident, I was shocked that I was now prone to colds, infection, gastro-intestinal problems, migraine headaches and chronic backpain, often so severe that I felt as if I was on automatic pilot, barely getting through daily life at home, let alone my work. Constantly living in pain and taking prescription medications that seemed to “suppress” my symptoms rather than resolving them made me feel depressed and disillusioned. I no longer enjoyed my life and felt, instead, that life was just passing me by.
Setting up an Internet Business? Consider Drop ShippingWritten by June Campbell
You've tried affiliate programs, but you'd like higher profits and more control over your business. You don't have your own products and you don't want to manage an inventory. Drop shipping might be your answer.
Mail order businesses have used drop-shipping arrangements successfully for decades. While this method of order fulfillment is not yet well known on Internet, potential is excellent.
It works like this.
You set up a drop shipping account with a manufacturer or wholesaler. Next, you generate orders for their products, establishing retail price yourself. When an order is placed, you forward sale information to supplier. The supplier fulfills order, sending it to customer with your business name on label.You remit wholesale price of item to supplier.
The benefits are obvious. You keep no inventory and, since you set your own selling price, you are likely to make higher profits than you would make as an affiliate. You might, in fact, set up your own affiliate program and enlist affiliates to market your merchandise.
Drop shipping arrangements also give you ability to establish small, low-cost web sites that are targeted to niche markets. These little sites also make it easy for you to test and promote various products. If a product doesn't sell well online, it's an easy matter to remove web site -- or leave it up, since costs are low.
You Need a Legal Business Entity To operate a drop shipping business, you must be a legitimately registered business. In US, you will need a State Tax ID number. Residents of other countries must determine requirements in their locale.
Sales Taxes US residents are responsible for collecting taxes from their own state and from state of drop shipper (if applicable). In some states, gross sales must be reported to state and county for business licenses. Residents of other countries will need to check local requirements for taxation and reporting.
Your Internet Store You will need a web site, shopping cart software, and a means of processing financial transactions. In most cases, this means having a Merchant Account. Typically, when a customer makes a purchase, you handle transaction via credit card, then forward order to supplier for fulfillment. You, in turn, pay supplier for item via credit card transaction. You might arrange payment by individual item or by a net 30 invoice. Research your Drop Shipping Company Do your homework and research company before you sign contracts. Here are some questions to ask: