Researchers have found that blueberries contain many health-promoting properties including high levels of antioxidants. A study conducted by the US Department of Agriculture determined that blueberries have the highest total antioxidant capacity per serving when compared to 24 varieties of fresh fruits, 23 vegetables, 16 herbs and spices, 10 different nuts, and 4 dried fruits.
Due to the harsh growing conditions of Alaska, Wild Alaskan Blueberries have even higher nutritional values than common blueberries. In fact, studies have shown that Wild Alaskan Blueberries have at least ten times higher antioxidant levels than the common blueberry.
“When it comes to brain protection, there is nothing quite like blueberries. Call the blueberry the brain berry.” -Dr. James Joseph, Ph D, Lead scientist in the Laboratory of Neuroscience at the USDA Nutrition Research Center On Aging at Tufts University
Also known as “The Molecule of Life,” Nitric Oxide repairs, defends, and maintains every cell of the body. Studied extensively by researchers and physicians, Nitric Oxide has been touted as a powerful, health-promoting molecule by a large number of scientific papers.
Nitric Oxide positively affects nearly every system in the body, promoting better health and wellness. Well-documented for its role as a natural vasodilator, Nitric Oxide dilates the blood vessels, maintaining proper cardiovascular health. But that’s just the beginning.
“Nitric Oxide has been extensively proven in thousands of studies to aid every system and cell in the body and has shown dramatic results when used by patients suffering from a wide variety of complaints. I have been recommending the proprietary blend of noni extracts to my patients for several years now with wonderful results. The body can last 5 minutes without oxygen (O2), but can only last 5 seconds without Nitric Oxide (NO). By generating more Nitric Oxide in the body, you achieve peak performance.” -Dr. Abbas Qutab, MBBS, DC, PhD, OMD.
Alaskan salmon is a rich source of a variety of vitamins and minerals, as well as lean protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Also known as chinook, king or sockeye salmon, Alaskan salmon is healthiest when caught in the wild. According to the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch, wild-caught Alaskan salmon contains low levels of contaminants like mercury and polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs. It is safe for young children and pregnant and nursing women to eat up to 12 ounces weekly.
Alaskan salmon contains 1.5 total grams of omega-3 fatty acids in every 3-ounce serving, an amount high enough for the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch to place it on its Super Green List of fish that provide the most omega-3 fatty acids with the least contaminants. A high intake of omega-3 fatty acids is linked to a lower risk of high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, heart arrhythmia and cardiovascular disease. The American Heart Association recommends eating 3.5 ounces of fish like Alaskan salmon at least twice a week.
When a person loses his health, he will lose precious money and time too.
Today’s busy lifestyle is literally killing people. Stress, sleep deprivation, environmental toxins, and soils void of vital minerals & enzymes take a major toll on our health.
Processed foods lack the nutrients we need to prevent oxidation within our body, this causes damaging effects to our body. Diet and exercise play key roles in maintaining and improving our health.
The physical symptoms we experience are our body’s way of telling us that it is not getting what it needs.