People are going INSANE AMP’DTM!

So you are wondering why all the buzz about bee pollen, right?  Well, aside from boosting your metabolism and suppressing your appetite, you can literally survive on this stuff.

Bee pollen contains minerals, proteins, fats and oils, carbohydrates, amino acids, over 5000 enzymes and coenzymes, hormones, peptones, polypeptides and globulins, high concentrations of the nucleic acids RNA and DNA and a variety of antibiotic substances.

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A Chocolate a Day Can Keep the Doctor Away

Chocolate has gotten a lot of press and media coverage over the last decade.  And the reason is that the cocoa bean is rich in plant nutrients called flavonoids.  Flavonoids help protect plants from environmental toxins and repair damage.  Flavonoids appear in a variety of fruits and vegetables.  When we eat foods high in flavonoids, we are also benefiting from antioxidants.  Antioxidants help the body’s cells resist damage caused by free radicals that are formed by normal bodily functions, like breathing and from environmental contaminants like cigarette smoke and pollution.

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The New Wonder Food!

Flaxseed is the new wonder food. Studies show that flaxseed may help everything from heart disease, stroke and diabetes to breast cancer.  This tiny seed has been around for centuries and has been known as the most powerful plant foods.

Flaxseed was cultivated in Babylon in 3000 BC..  King Charlimagne believed in this health benefit. He passed a law requiring his people to consume it.

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We All Need Calcium

Calcium benefits both men and women. If you don’t get enough calcium from dairy products, dark green leafy vegetables or fortified foods, calcium supplements may help you meet your needs.  Some foods that have high calcium include cheese, ice cream, leafy green vegetables, low fat milk, salmon, sardines, tofu and yogurt.

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