An Oxylent Day At Machu Picchu

An Oxylent Day At Machu Picchu

In the Andean mountains of Peru is a region known as Machu Picchu. Thousands visit Machu Picchu each year.  Starting their journey near the town of Ollantaytambo in the Urubamba Valley, they walk up through the Andes mountains  to the breathtaking, isolated, abandoned 16th century city.  Our Jan McIntire visited the ruins of Machu Picchu which is at an altitude of 7972 feet.  Although she did not walk the week long Inca trail up to the ruins she still needed to keep her energy and stamina during the trip.

The altitude and physical exertion was made much easier due to her religious use of Oxylent and Maca.   Jan says of the event “While others experienced various illnesses and fatigue from the altitude,  I remained healthy and active.  Such a wonderful adventure!”

For fun…check out National Geographic’s travel page of Machu Picchu and even test your Machu Picchu knowledge!

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Jan McIntire – Pacific Coast Naturals Vice President

Jan McIntire – Pacific Coast Naturals Vice President

 

Jan McIntire, also known as Jan Holdahl, is Vice President, part owner and a founder of Pacific Coast Naturals. Her career in the health industry started in 1986 as a sales consultant for Rainbow Light. As Jan fell in love with nutritional, herbal and aroma therapies she decided to bring on lines that she believed in and enjoyed using herself. As she worked with stores, manufacturers and customers in southern California her business grew and in 1996 she decided to merge with Darryl Biel and create Pacific Coast Naturals. “I’ve always considered myself lucky to have entered this wonderful industry and have had the opportunity to remain in it for 30 years. Pacific Coast Naturals’ ethics, the staff that we have brought on, the products we represent and our relationships with our stores and manufacturers are extremely rewarding. We look forward to growing our business while maintaining our standards and integrity for many more years to come”.