TUCSON, Ariz., Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Just in time for the Superbowl, NaturalNews.com has launched a "Super Food Bowl" animation featuring Superfoods' quarterback Tom Blueberry battling it out against Junk Foods running back "Big Mac." It's a five-minute animation that shows the performance-enhancing properties of superfoods in a fun, entertaining way. The video is available now at: http://www.naturalnews.com/022560.html
The Super Foods team features Tom Blueberry, Macadamia Nuts, Raw Chocolate, Goji Berry, Cabbage, Spirulina, Green Tea and Reishi mushroom. The Junk Foods team includes Big Mac, Beef Jerky, Trans Fat, Pepperoni Pizza and other players. The game event is narrated by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, a consumer health advocate and nutrition champion who used superfoods to overcome borderline diabetes and obesity, achieving an outstanding state of health and athletic performance.
A hi-res version of the video is available for educational institutions, and Adams has announced his intention to make the video download available at no charge to schools and non-profits.
"The Super Food Bowl is a way to help educate both kids and adults about the ability of superfoods to enhance performance and health," Adams said. "Superfoods contain literally thousands of natural botanical medicines that halt the growth of cancer tumors, stabilize blood sugar and reverse type-2 diabetes, reverse heart disease, end depression, lower high cholesterol, eliminate ADHD symptoms, normalize blood pressure, enhance mental function, boost immune function and protect the entire body from degenerative disease."
Adams is the creator of the Honest Food Guide (http://www.HonestFoodGuide.org), a free nutritional reference guide for consumers, and is the author of Natural Health Solutions, Grocery Warning and The 7 Laws of Nutrition books, available at http://www.TruthPublishing.com
"There is strong evidence that promoting superfoods and ending the advertising of junk foods could slash our national health care costs by fifty percent or more," Adams says. "If we wish to end epidemic diseases like obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer, we must start by teaching consumers the health benefits from consuming superfoods and pursuing a plant-based diet that's rich in raw, unprocessed foods."
The Super Food Bowl cartoon was funded by Mike Adams and NaturalNews.com (formerly NewsTarget.com), a natural health news website now reaching one million readers a month. The video is available for viewing now at: http://www.naturalnews.com/022560.html
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