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Thursday, April 24, 2008

An Ounce of Fish Oil...a Pound of Ezekiel Bread?

Just toasted up another one of those crazy Ezekiel muffins for Rex and was struck by what a difference the right combination of exercise, healthy eating, and nutrition supplements have made in his life. Not only do I have to work to stay 75 pounds lighter than he is (in the "good old days" it was 100 pounds); thanks to his nutritionist, Rex has his blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol under control.

If you don't live in the Roxiticus Valley, though, you probably won't be dropping by to see Corinne Bush at the Far Hills Pharmacy for your nutritional guidance. Browsing on the Internet last night, I discovered that you can get much of what you need to stay healthy by shopping online. In fact, I found many items that are either unavailable or much more expensive in our local area.

Choice Nutritionals has a vast selection of health supplements, including high quality vitamins, minerals, and nutritional supplements, from brands like Garden of Life, Mt. Capra, Sovereign Silver and Natural Calm. For example, the Garden of Life category starts with books and videos and includes digestive health, foundation nutrition, immunity support, living foods (I'm pretty sure that muffin I toasted for Rex this morning was... alive) and living nutrients, optimal wellness, The Maker's Diet, and Jordan Rubins Perfect Weight America products for weight management.

When Rex's nutritionist starts asking Rex to dehydrate his food, I can order an Excalibur Food Dehydrator with four drying trays...I might get one right away to use to dry my delicate laundry until the Whirlpool people can fix my special drying center!

To take care of your body from the outside as well as the inside, Choice Nutritionals also offers organic skin & personal care items from Miessence.

Just another step for me in starting a healthier lifestyle and fitting into that bikini...


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1 comments:

Health Is Wealth said...

I'm a big believer in fish oil. I'm only 30 but I already take it every day. I think as you get older it should definitely be a part of your daily routine.