M-Global brings healthy alternatives

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  • Photo by TANNA YEOUMANS Wanda and Jay Robinson stand proudly by their health drink mix products.

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    Photo by TANNA YEOUMANS The Stiks are a healthy on the go drinks.

  • Photo by TANNA YEOUMANS Wanda and Jay Robinson stand proudly by their health drink mix products.

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    Photo by TANNA YEOUMANS The Stiks are a healthy on the go drinks.

BONNERS FERRY — Network Marketing has become increasingly popular with people of all walks of life. Jay and Wanda Robinson were introduced to a company called M-Global, formerly called M-Network.

The company features healthy drink mixes called Stiks, which offer different flavors and boosters, such as their energy inducing Stik called ‘Go,’ or their ‘Soul’ Stik which is a mood enhancer.

Not all of the products are drink mixes. They also feature capsules that assist with weight loss, the 8n1, which is a hydrating scrub, and the M3Z, which is a topical spray aimed to assist with sleep.

After having some health problems, the Robinsons looked for a healthier lifestyle, and were introduced to a drink product containing the Mangosteen fruit. The fruit grows in tropical climates, mainly in Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Southeast India, and several other places, and boasts health benefits when consumed.

Each Stik boasts different healthy attributes such as acai berry, natural caffeine, bumbleberry, and other quality ingredients, while having low sugar and calorie content.

After trying the drink mix with the Mangosteen in it, they began to notice positive changes and decided to become consultants for the first company that they came across. After some time with them, the Robinsons were introduced to M-Global, which had a similar product, but which was more cost effective, stronger, and had a business structure that worked better for the couple.

The company points their focus at hydration, pointing out that most people are not hydrated enough. Adding not only a healthy, sugar free, or low sugar drink mix for active lifestyles, not only assisted with hydration, but healthy alternatives.

“I love that it’s doing more than just hydrating,” said Wanda Robinson. “The products help people live a better life.”

The couple has been a part of the company for little over a year, while the business itself has been up and running for about two years.

It is a direct sales and subscription based business. “As long as they want it, it will be shipped to their house,” said Jay Robinson.

Jay Robinson recently retired six months ago and went from drinking soda and energy drinks daily, to these products, and noticed a significant difference.

“I lost 20 pounds with no other changes to my diet other than cutting out all that sugar,” said Jay Robinson. “For me personally, I don’t have any arthritis in my joints anymore and my seasonal allergies have not bothered me.”

Wanda Robinson has also testified for the product as she has suffered with medical issues of her own, resulting in the inability to bend over or squat toward the ground. After using the M-Global products, she has not only noticed a difference in her mobility, but overall health.

In addition to their retail sales — whether it be online, person to person, booths, or on a store shelf — the Robinsons wish to give back to the community.

“Retail fundraising is something that we really want to do too,” said Jay Robinson. “For any cause, there are bulk rates for both retail and the fundraisers.”

With a product that the couple believes in, and the goal to share it with family, friends, and the community, the Robinsons have brought Boundary County the chance to not only feel good, but possibly make money doing it.

For more information, visit either Wanda Robinson’s page at https://wandar.getmglobal.com, Jay Robinson’s page at https://retire.getmglobal.com, their YouTube channel via https://bit.ly/2Mrrr6i or call 208-267-0877.

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