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Thursday, September 25, 2008

"The Feast" Ingredient List Part Two

"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.

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Acai Berry
Hidden away in the heart of the Amazon Rainforests of Brazil, the Acai berry has been a well kept secret nourishing the native tribes for thousands of years. Acai berries are seeds produced by the palm called "Euterpe Oleracea" in the Amazon. The berries are harvested as a dominant food staple for Cabolco populations and are even valued economically. In Northern Brazil Acai is traditionally enjoyed salty or sweet, mixed with tapioca, and served in a gourd called "cuias" by the locals. The berry contains high concentrations of fatty acids, rich polyphenol compounds that are high in antioxidants, iron, vitamin A, calcium, protein, fiber, and 19 amino acids.

Black Currant
For centuries this berry has been valued as an edible delicacy throughout Northern/Central Europe and Asia. Because the berry is so rich in Vitamin C, and citrus was not so readily available in the U.K. during World War II, the government actually encouraged crop production. From 1942 on, the nations crop yield was so extensive that the black currant crop was made into a cordial that was distributed to the nation's children for free giving lasting popularity to the berry. These dark berries contain many phenolic pigments with twice the antioxidants of blueberries, potassium, and 4 times more vitamin C than oranges!

Native to Asia, Europe, and North and South America, and another fruit of the rose family, blackberries date back into history over 2,000 years. Superstitions in the UK claim that the berries belong to the devil after Sept 29 commonly known as Michalemas, but this folk lore story probably has more to do with the seasonal patterns of wet cooler weather that cause berry deterioration from mold growth. Native Americans utilized the fruit for consumption and the stems for strong rope. Blackberries contain antioxidant rich phenolic acids like anthocyanins, ellagic & gallic acids, vitamins A & C, potassium, calcium, and are also high in dietary fiber.

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