NUTRITIONAL FOOD FACTS...
*Eating raw RADISHES, regularly, helps prevent viral infections.
*CARROTS are grown in all colors of the rainbow, including orange,
yellow, red, white & purple!
more vitamin C than a medium orange, more fiber than wheat bran and has much calcium as a glass of whole milk.
*SPINACH is packed with vitamin K (which is vital for bone health) , calcium,
magnesium, folate, vitamins A & C.
amazing medicinal properties; eating garlic regularly may help lower cholesterol & high blood pressure, prevent blood
clots and fight cancer.
*AVOCADOS are rich in potassium
and can protect against circulatory & heart disease.
DID YOU KNOW? Dennis, Massachusetts was the site of the first recorded cranberry cultivation in
1816. Contrary to popular belief, cranberries do not grow in water. It takes
one ton of cranberry vines, per acre, to plant a bog. Cranberries are only one of three fruits that are native to north America.
The cranberry got its name from Dutch and German settlers who nicknamed it the “crane berry” due to the shape
of its blossoms. New England cranberries are nutritious, cleansing & delicious!
THERE IS HOPE...
have incapacitating allergies; I get so sick I can't get to work; are there natural supplements that can help?"
Fortunately, there is great hope for all you allergy-sufferers!
You do not have to rely on expensive and toxic prescription or over-the-counter drugs, which only mask allergy
symptoms. You now have safe, proven and inexpensive HOMEOPATHIC remedies and HERBAL tonics
that offer relief. QUERCETIN, a powerful antioxidant, dramatically addresses existing symptoms
and will reduce these symptoms every year! No more annoying side effects like drowsiness, dry mouth or GI problems--all common of anti-histamines and prescription meds.
"I have been told that soy may be helpful for my
menopausal problems--is this true?"
is found in many natural remedies made for mature women. Published studies indicate that plant estrogens can significantly
reduce the symptoms of menopause. Soy is the only vegetable containing all (8) essential amino acids, making soy a 'complete
"I recently have lost a loved
one--and I am feeling very impatient and angry; is this normal? I do not want to go on prescription medications;
are there effective natural alternatives to Prozac, Paxil and Zoloft?
Yes, after a traumatic event or death--what you describe
is very common. These feelings are all a part of clinical depression. The good news is--there are terrific supplements
that promote balanced brain chemistry to support positive emotional health. Only a registered physician can prescribe
so talk to your health care practitioner. Increasing your intake of Vitamin D can improve your mood.
New Chapter products are getting great results. Mood Take Care, acts as a natural mood stabilizer
and we feel, it is one of the most concentrated and fast-acting products on the market. Amoryn is
another very effective mood enhancing supplement, that we are getting great feedback on.