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Sacramento, CA (BlackNews.com) — It’s a new day in the health care industry. Obesity, chronic ailment and disease are at an all-time high. Medical costs are skyrocketing. Unemployment rates bobble at the surface of unacceptably high numbers. The price gap between unhealthy and healthy foods continues to grow. The American public await – some eagerly and others apprehensively – an unknown fate with the passage of the Affordable Care Act.

In these uncertain times a new complementary health care company enters the scene, offering its subscribers financial incentives to be healthy.

Design engineer for an international technology company Damon J. Smith founded Souletics, LLC, after witnessing many of his formerly athletic peers succumb to heart disease and other preventable illnesses. Himself a former professional football player turned professional motocross racer, over the years he has maintained elite athleticism and optimal health through nutrition, exercise and integrative medicine.

“The health statistics for African Americans are staggering,” says Smith, “but these numbers can be turned around. I’ve been blessed with access to top notch trainers and training facilities, nutritionists, and professionals in alternative healing, and I’ve found that staying healthy is 80% information, 10% will power, and 10% financial resources. So I started Souletics to fill the void and provide exceptional resources in all of these areas.”

The company offers informational and inspirational content, coupled with business training and an opportunity to gain residual commissions by sharing the service with others. Smith says he wanted to provide a means for people to not only become healthy, inspired and educated, but also to become financially healthy. With an online resource center, monthly digital magazine, home fitness program and business opportunity, the company aims to make it simple and profitable for subscribers to achieve optimal health and wellness in every area of life.

“If you’re stressed and financially strapped, chances are you won’t go the extra mile to exercise and seek out healthy foods, and down the line your body will pay the price,” adds Smith. “But if you have financial incentive to eat right and take care of yourself, that changes the game.”

According to Smith, he’s spent the past year putting everything in place to ensure the integrity of the company’s data and payment systems. This month he’ll “pre-launch” the company using crowdfunding web site RocketHub in order to gain momentum and prepare for maximum growth potential.

“A lot of work has gone into this vision,” the campaign reads, “but we’re asking for your help to spread the message and share the opportunity with those who need it most. We’ve created a variety of crowd funding options with low price points to get off the ground quickly and reach as many people as possible. Together we can make 2014 the year we reduce our dependence on the health care system!”

For more information, visit www.Souletics.com or contact customerservice@souletics.com

Visit their crowdfunding page on RocketHub at: www.rockethub.com/projects/35086-preventive-health-care-that-pays-get-paid-to-be-healthy-with-souletics

Photo Caption: Souletics – The Company that Pays you to be Healthy!

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