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Living Well With Oxford’s GNC

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Lindsay Bryant is an Ole Miss graduate and the owner of the GNC store in Oxford. Bryant has always enjoyed helping others and owning the GNC store lets her help people through nutrition.

Bryant is very knowledgeable when it comes to nutrition and her products. She gives credit to her college professor, Mr. Honeycut, for pushing her into the world of nutrition.

Oxford’s own GNC is the best place to visit if you are ready to start living a little healthier. GNC specializes in vitamins, supplements, sports nutrition, protein, diet, cleansing, digestion, sexual health, herbs, natural remedies, pet products, beauty care, equipment, and accessories.

For Bryant, owning a store in a town like Oxford comes with it’s own specific mix of clientele.

“It’s a unique store. It is not the usual middle age women focusing on their health, being in a college town it is much more sporty,” Bryant said. “There is much more focus on vitamins and protein. There is this new feeling in Oxford. A health craze and it’s awesome.”

“More college students are buying vitamins and fish oil. It’s not all about just being skinny anymore it is about living healthy,” Bryant said.

Some of GNC’s best sellers include the Wheybolic 60 for men, a protein supplement good for repairing muscles post workout. The best seller for woment is Olio, a healthy fat burner.

The products are not the only great part about working for GNC. For Bryant, she enjoys helping people achieve their personal goals.

“Watching people over time achieve their goals. Some people come in once, but sometimes they decide to make a life altering decision, then come in every week.” Bryant said.

For Bryant, her favorite customers are customers with Type 2 diabetes who come into the store then are able to come back later, healthy enough to get off their medications.

Great things are happening at GNC for Bryant. With her hard work, dedication, and experience, there’s nothing standing in her way to help people “Live Well.”

— Maggie Durnien, sophomore journalism major, Meek School of Journalism and New Media

— Email Maggie at mkdurnie@go.olemiss.edu

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