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Natural Source International Introduces New 'Recipe For Health'
Date:1/22/2013

NEW YORK, NY (PRWEB) January 22, 2013

Are you one of the tens of millions of Americans who are being short-changed in vitamins and minerals by the fruits and vegetables you eat every day? You're certainly not alone. Nutritionists believe our bodies are not receiving the optimum level of essential daily nutrients from fruits and vegetables these days. What's a body to do?

"Everyone wants to eat healthy foods, but the nutritional gap between what's available and what we should be consuming is getting wider," explained Sylvie Beljanski, President of Natural Source International, a leading provider of cutting edge nutritional supplements. "Our new ‘Recipe for Health’ daily packets, that ensure the right blend of nutrients from organic green vegetables and fruits, is made conveniently available in individual packets. They come in a great tasting berry flavor that everyone loves."

Ms. Beljanski said, "We've tested many different formulas and this organic, natural, calorie-free blend that includes enzymes, probiotics, fiber and antioxidants is the easiest, tastiest and most satisfying of all. We are thrilled to make our new ‘Recipe for Health’ convenient packets available to consumers everywhere."

Consumers never have to go through the fuss of juicing, or sorting through capsules or pills because each .26 oz. handy packet gives them more than 6,000 ORAC (antioxidant activity level) units per serving to assure they get everything they need to help balance their diet for an entire day.

Just stir the contents of one packet in 4 to 6 ounces of water, juice or a smoothie and drink it down. The natural berry flavor tastes delicious.

Getting the right amount of fruits and vegetables in our diet is critical to good health and survival. According to the World Health Organization, low fruit and vegetable intake is among the top 10 global mortality r
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