Joel Osteen

Joel Osteen and Terry

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Ben Henderson and Terry

Ajay Goel

Ajay Goel, Cheryl Myers, and Terry

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Terry and Holly Lucille

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Senator Hatch and Terry

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Terry receives Vity Award

Terry receives Vity Award

Buddy and Bella

Buddy and Bella

Buddy and Bella

Buddy and Bella

Buddy and Bella

Buddy and Bella

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Terry on Tour

Terry on Tour

Terry on Tour

Terry on Tour

Terry on Tour

Terry at Marlene's - Federal Way

Terry at Marlene's - Federal Way

Soho, FL - 12/2011

Soho, FL - 12/2011

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About Terry

Terry Lemerond Author and Educator, Terry Talks Nutrition

Terry has 40 years experience in the health food industry as an owner of several health food stores and nutritional manufacturing companies. He has researched and developed over 300 nutritional and botanical formulations that continue to be top selling products on the market today.

He is credited to be the first to introduce to the U.S. health food market glucosamine sulfate, IP6, black cohosh for menopause, the concept of botanical standardization and the introduction of complex formulations for specific health indications.

He is the author of two books, Seven Keys to Vibrant Health and Seven Keys to Unlimited Personal Achievement. Terry and his wife Debra reside in Green Bay, Wisconsin. With his wife, Debra, Terry also owns and operates a European inspired natural food store, Terry Naturally.

Terry’s mission is to continue to introduce revolutionary natural products that will “Improve The Health of America”. In the past 40 years he has accumulated a wealth of experience and knowledge in the field of health and nutrition, which he shares with others through radio, podcasts, educational webinars, and personal speaking engagements. Having experienced the life-changing effect of proper nutrition, exercise, and effective natural medicines himself, he is eager to help others meet their personal and health goals as well.

Success Profile

Terry Lemerond was instrumental in introducing numerous “firsts” to the U.S. health market, including Ginkgo biloba, stabilized Glucosamine Sulfate, and botanical standardization. These substances, along with many others such as St. John’s Wort and Saw Palmetto Berry, are now widely used ingredients in the United States.

2010—Terry Lemerond, is the recipient of the President’s Award by the Natural Products Association Southwest, Healthfest 2010. The President’s Award recognizes Lemerond’s years of service and his “love, passion, and generous support for the natural products industry.

2008—Terry Lemerond is the recipient of the 2008 Natural Products Association Industry Champion Award. The Natural Products Association Industry Champion Award recognizes individuals who have made notable contributions to the natural products industry above and beyond commercial success.

2006—With his wife, Debra, Terry Lemerond opens Terry Naturally a retail store offering the finest quality nutritional products, body care products, and fresh, natural, organic foods to the residents of Green Bay, Wisconsin.

1998—After 15 years of scientific study by researcher A.K.M. Shamsuddin M.D., Terry Lemerond introduced the breakthrough combination of IP-6 and inositol, an unprecedented immune boosting supplement.

1993—Introduced Glucosamine Sulfate, providing Americans with the first clinically supported nutritional supplement for healthy joint support. Creating the beginning of a $900 million dollar industry.

1986—Was the first U.S. manufacturer to produce peppermint oil in enteric-coated capsules, which allows the oil to reach the small intestine and eventually the colon, where it would be released for best results.

1986—Introduced deglycyrrhizinated licorice, an extract widely used in Europe to support the mucosa of the stomach, to the U.S.

1982—Introduced milk thistle, a natural liver support supplement, to the U.S. This comes after extensive scientific review of the merits of silymarin, an extract derived from the plant.

1982—Introduced Ginkgo biloba to the U.S. market.

1982—Introduced botanical standardization to the U.S. supplement industry. A standardized product contains a consistent amount of one or more active ingredients, helping ensure consumers “get what they pay for.”