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As a student with deadlines and time pressures, I know my stress levels can get out of hand. Since magnesium can be absorbed transdermally (through the skin), I love to use Mag-nificence CWR to increase my intercellular magnesium.
We found a company that sells the most nutrient-packed juice powders in the world: The AIM Companies™ takes the mess and headache out of juicing! We give all the credit to God for our lifestyle. He put it in our hearts to exercise, eat right and have AIM products as a large part in keeping our family healthy and our bodies in top shape.
AIM makes sure that people are satisfied or they get a full refund for what they have spent. In all my years with this company, I have never ceased to be amazed at its goodness toward others as well as its support for business builders like me.
After 18 years of working as a family researcher and genealogist, I have come to realize the (pardon my pun) “grave” importance of knowing your own family history, as it relates to those who have walked before you, and how it lays a potentially life-saving foundation for generations that may follow. A medical history provides […]
by Laurentine ten Bosch, Producer – ‘Food Matters‘ Food additives have been used for centuries to enhance the appearance and flavor of food and prolong shelf life. But do these food additives really “add” any value to your food? Food additives find their way into our foods to help ease processing, packaging and storage. But […]
Beta-glucan from barley may boost levels of beneficial bacteria in the gut, particularly in people over 50, according to a new study from Greece. Daily intake of 0.75 grams significantly increased levels of bifidobacteria, suggesting prebiotic potential but only in people over the age of 50, according to findings published in Food Research International. The […]