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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

"The Feast" Ingredient List Part One

"The Feast" is the only products on the market that provide a synergistically complete, nutritionally balanced combination of natures MOST beneficial live whole foods. The Feast is a convenient all-in-one live whole food based supplement for today’s active and demanding lifestyles! Feed your body the feast it deserves! The Feast is the one and only live whole food based product on the planet that delivers a full, synergistic spectrum of:

30 Antioxidant Rich Fruits & Berries
30 Powerful Greens & Vegetables
11 Nutrient Dense Seeds, Nuts & Sprouts
83+ Active Enzymes & Fulvic Minerals
22 Strains of Resilient Living Probiotics

The following ingredient information is interesting trivia about the ingredients in the Feast. This information is general in nature and is intended simply to provide you with a more insightful understanding and appreciation to the comprehensive nature of the Feast ingredients and formulation.

The First Three

Noni Fruit Noni is also called Morinda citrifolia, Indian Mulberry, Ach, Nono and "the starvation fruit". Because of its resiliency it has been able to spread from its native land of Southeast Asia into many other parts of the world including Australia, New Zealand, India, the Pacific islands, French Polynesia, the West Indies and South America.Although the fruit is bitter and has a strong smell, it has been known to provide nourishment in times of famine for centuries. Noni has been referenced in an ancient Sanskrit text called the Rig-Veda which dates back to at least 4,000 years and soldiers based on tropical Polynesian islands during World War II were taught by the natives to use the fruit for nourishment and strength. Noni fruit is an excellent source of carbohydrates, dietary fiber, protein, vitamins A, B3 & C, iron, potassium, and calcium.

Mangosteen Often called "The Queen of Fruits" this dense tropical and nutritional fruit has been known for its fantastic flavor, and was rumored to be the favorite fruit of Queen Victoria. It has been said that she once offered a cash reward to anyone who could bring her the Southeast Asian delicacy. The alluring oddities of this fragrant fruit are experienced in its light creamy texture with delicate hints of citrus and peach.Today we know that the nutritional components not only include Vitamin C, B1 & B2, iron, calcium, potassium, protein, and niacin, but also prove to be the richest source of Xanthones that hold potent antioxidants and biologically active plant phenols. Mangosteens are also nature's pesticides holding a natural acid that actually deters insects!

Wolfberry-Goji Renowned in Asia and referred to as "red diamonds" this bright red berry has been cultivated in the floodplains of the Yellow river, Ningxia, and the mountains of Western Xinjiiang China, for over 600 years and continues to be the world's largest supplier.The region of Ningxia located on the Northwest Loess Plateau, holds a traditional festival celebrating the annual berry harvest each August. The berry has a wide range of nutritional benefits like 11 essential and 22 trace minerals, 18 amino acids, 8 polysaccharides, 6 monosaccharides, protein, more beta carotene than carrots, as well as, 5 unsaturated fatty acids, and antioxidant rich phenolic pigments.

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