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Friday, September 26, 2008

"The Feast" Ingredient List Part Three

"The Feast" is the only product 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 Next Three

Blueberry*

Native only to North America, these rich deep indigo berries with their prestigious five point flared crowns were once believed by the native American tribes to hold life giving power sent by the "great Spirit" to relieve hunger in the face of famine.Early American colonists made grey paint to cover the woodwork in their Shaker houses out of blueberry skins boiled in milk. Anthocyanins which are the blue-red flavonoid pigments that color the dark berries hold powerful antioxidants deep within their skins and fibers.One cup of blueberries will not only offer an array of vitamins such as Vitamin A, C,E, B1, B2, B3, but will also yield vital minerals including potassium, calcium, maganese, zinc, and iron. North America alone produces almost 90% of the blueberries in the world.

Pomegranate

Native to Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Northern India and cultivated throughout the Mediterranean, this fruit has an ancient and extensive history. It has become a symbol to the Greek, Hebrew and Roman cultures finding expression through the ancient texts of the Bible as one of the seven fruits blessed to Israel.They are prominent in weddings, funerals, and in home decorations of modern day Greece, and they were once the personal emblem of the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I, and Catherine of Aragon. The arils or the fleshy fruit skin surrounding the seeds, is the edible part of the fruit and they are packed with extraordinary amounts of antioxidant polyphenols, vitamin B, potassium, and panthothenic and ellagic acids.

Bilberry

The bilberry also known as Bleaherry, Whortleberry, or Huckleberry have distinguishing features that set them apart from their blueberry cousins. Even though they are little dark berries, they are not produced in clusters but in pairs and their fruit pulp is red or purple.They are also one of the first berries to ripen around Aug. 1 of the year giving them a rich cultural history throughout Great Britain in the new harvest celebration of Lughnasadh or Bilberry Sunday. On this Celtic holiday, the people climb the hills were the berries are picked, gathered in baskets, or threaded and given by the boys to the girl of their choice.They grow in the cool temperate mountainous regions of the northern and southern hemispheres and contain at least fifteen different anthocyanoside compounds, vitamins A & C, phenolic acids, zinc, iron and phosphorous.

For your health,
Ed

7 comments:

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