It all starts with the Healthy Cell Concept®.
Health begins, is maintained, and ends at the cellular level. If your cells are sick, then you are sick. And if your cells are well, then you are well.
How do you make sure your cells stay healthy?
One way is to eat five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables every day. But how many people do this?
And even when we do eat the right foods, studies show they no longer have enough nutrition.
One reason is because the way food is processed and shipped to stores.
Another reason is because of cooking. When you heat food over 120 degrees, it destroys much of the nutrition.
The last reason most fruits and vegetables no longer have enough nutrition is crops are grown in depleted soils.
The federal government was warned about this years ago by nutritional experts.
Food today lacks most of the vitamins and minerals necessary for good health.
For example, an apple today has one-fifth the nutrition of an apple fifty years ago.
Another example is cabbage. It's supposed to be the best source of vitamin C outside of fruits. But the cabbage grown in New Mexico was tested for vitamin C - and none was found.
Carrots should have a nutritional score of around twenty-two. Yet the ones tested in Pennsylvania had a score of six.
They looked orange and healthy, but most of the nutrition was missing.
When you eat food that doesn't have enough nutrition for your cells, it can cause sickness and disease.
Is this why seven out of ten people in America die from heart disease, cancer and stroke?
You need to eat five times the amount of fruits and vegetables your grandparents did, in order to get the same amount of nutrition. Otherwise, you'll have vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
A common deficiency is magnesium. This causes a loss of energy, headaches, asthma and allergies.
And if you don't have enough magnesium, your body cannot absorb calcium, which leads to osteoporosis.
Another deficiency is copper, which you need for healthy blood vessels. Deficient levels of copper can cause many problems, including strokes.
One final deficiency is vitamin A or beta-carotene.
Researchers at John Hopkins Medical Center have found beta-carotene helps prevent cancer.
These scientists discovered people who make a regular habit of eating fresh, uncooked, green vegetables have a lower rate of cancer.
That's because green, leafy vegetables are high in beta-carotene or vitamin A.
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In fact, BarleyLife® contains every vitamin known to man.
It also has over sixty minerals, three hundred enzymes and many other plant medicines. It boosts your immune system, has cholesterol lowering effects and helps relieve inflammation of the joints.
And BarleyLife® can do so much more. It's the most complete source of nutrition available.
So that's why you should take BarleyLife® Xtra - because it's good for you.
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P.S. The USDA has raised the dietary guidelines for fruit and vegetable consumption from 5 to 9 servings per day.
Can you eat enough fruits and veggies every day to get what you need for good health, even if you like them?
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