You might call it the little MLM that could. Twenty-one years after an eccentric microbiologist named Myron Wentz set out to address what he saw as an epidemic of “preventable,” “man-made” diseases via better cellular nutrition, his Salt Lake City-based USANA Health Sciences ranks among the top 20 largest direct-selling companies thanks to rapid growth, all of this despite six years of controversy and a chorus of critics that seems to only be growing louder.<
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