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13 Anti-Aging Movement: Living Longer Courtesy of Life expectancy in the United States in 1950 was 65 years. Today life expectancy is more than 77 years.* If trends continue, in 2030 men who reach the age of 65 are expected to live an additional 17.3 years and spend nearly a quarter of their lives in retirement.** * National Center for Health Statistics ** San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank

14 Anti-aging Movement Less Healthy – % of Obese Men and Women 40 to 59 years

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19 Anti-aging Movement Healthcare Costs Rising – Healthcare as a % of GDP Source: National Health Statistics Group

20 Anti-aging Movement Savings as a Percentage of Disposable Personal Income for the United States Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis

21 Living Longer, but Less Healthy Saving Less Healthcare Costs Rising Boomers Moving to Retirement Our Opportunity

22 Lance Armstrong’s appearance at the Nu Skin Global Convention does not imply an endorsement of the company or its products.

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28 Simplify

29 Vision Our vision is to become the leading direct selling company in the world by generating more income for our distributors than any other company

30 Competitive Advantages Opportunity Products Culture

31 Opportunity: Distinct Brands

32 Products: The Measurable Difference

33 Culture: A Force for Good

34 Distributors have donated 42 million meals to feed starving children

35 Lee Iacocca Chairman—Nourish the Children Advisory Board, Former Chairman of Chrysler Corporation, Former President of Ford Motor Company

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