Thursday, July 7

anti-aging food

The Asian Goji berry 
is traditionally regarded as a longevity and strength-building food 
of the highest order
goji berries contain
18 kinds of amino acids (six times higher than bee pollen) 
all 8 essential amino acids (such as isoleucine and tryptophan)
up to 21 trace minerals 
(mainly zinc, iron, copper, calcium, germanium, selenium, and phosphorus)
the richest source of carotenoids
including beta-carotene (more than carrots) 
500 times the amount of vitamin C, by weight, than oranges
vitamins B1, B2, B6
vitamin E,
11 mg of iron per 100 grams

The goji berry is a godsend. It promotes health in many ways:
builds the immune system
promotes healthy blood pressure: strengthens the heart
improves memory functions. 
maintains normal blood sugar levels, 
helps reduce cholesterol
enhances hormonal functions and treat dysfunctions
relieves headaches and dizziness
relieves insomnia and improves the quality of sleep. 
improves appetite and digestion
maintains eye health and can improve vision
supports healthy liver and kidney functions.
strengthen bones and muscles.  
alleviates stress and anxiety
and can promote cheerfulnes. 
activates anti-inflammatory enzymes 

Bovis Energy Scale  
Dr Rick Hansell examined Goji against other Juices. 
Bovis Energy Rating: 
Noni ----17,000 
Sea Silver----24,000 
Limu plus----54,000 

What is the Bovis Energy Scale?  
 Thanks to a French researcher in the 1930's 
by the name of Antoinne Bovis, 
we have a means to measure 
the"life force" or "natural earth energy" 
present in water, plants, rock formations and the like.

For example, 
human beings show a reading on the Bovis scale of 6,500. 
Scientific research has correlated the clockwise or right spin 
of atoms and molecules with a Bovis reading below 6,500 
is neutral for humanlife (i.e. life-depleting), 
and anything registering above 6,500 
is essentially energy invigorating or enhancing to us. 

Environmental readings below 6,500 are the effect of 
underground streams, geological faults, and Earth'smagnetic grids. 

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