Dear Friends

Many have asked us why we don’t have multiple vitamins in our Therapeutic Foods line of products, and my answer is that we have been working on this for over a year with the sourcing of said vitamins and minerals coming from organic fruits and vegetables.  However, and this is a big however take a careful look at the vitamin and mineral content that comes, packed naturally, in our present therapeutic food offering.  Let’s take four products as an example—Organic Chlorella, Ultra Minerals, Number 7 Systemic Booster, and Phyto Power.

Chlorella is a powerful, complete whole food that has the highest percent of protein of any food on earth.  It contains the most macronutrients—over 50% protein, 12% lipids in the form of ALA and GLA, 23% carbohydrate, 0.3% fiber, over 5mg/g carotenoids, over 1.3 mg/g nucleotides, 26 types of vitamins, 14 types of minerals and 411 calories per 100 grams.

Ultra Minerals comes from natures own pristine organic garden of deposited Mesozoic vegetate—72 negatively charged, nano-sized plant derived minerals.

Number 7 Systemic Booster not only supplies healthy bacteria to help with digestion, they produce B vitamins and the protection of the most important “port of entry” into our body—the GI tract—but also supplies fruit extracts (phytonutrients), and added special forms of Vitamin D3, boron, folate and other added nutriceuticals.

Phyto Power (click on link and scroll to bottom of the page see Phyto Power’s discussion) provide wild-crafted exceptionally potent species of wild blueberry, rosehip and dandelion. Let’s take one component, its dandelion, as an example of its potency.

Dandelion ranks amongst the very top for green vegetables in nutritional value.  It is one of nature’s richest sources of beta-carotene.  It’s particularly rich in fiber, potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, cobalt, zinc, boron, molybdenum, the B vitamins thiamine and riboflavin, and vitamin D.  It is a good source of protein.  Much more can be said regarding dandelion.

Dandelion has long been used in folk medicine for the treatment of hepatic disorders and some women’s disease, such as cancers of the breats and uterus, and as a lactation aid, choleretic, diuretic and anti-inflammatory agent.  In the following study, 2012,  Korean researchers have shown dandelion’s potential as an agent to improve energy levels and to enhance immune system functioning—Effects of Taraxacum official on fatigue and immunological parameters in mice.

So you see we do have vitamins and minerals and nutriceuticals in our line they are just rapped up and packaged for us as nature has provided in real, carefully species specific potent foods.  And, we have presently, 13 more products in the line to select from.

Sincerely yours,
Seann Bardell

Clinical Note:

Suggested protocol:

  • Organic Chlorella- 4 tabs daily
  • Ultra Minerals- 4 tabs daily
  • Number 7 Systemic Booster- 1 tsp daily
  • Phyto Power- 2 capsules daily

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Apparently the indentification of the Darwin finches of the Galapagos Islands is notoriously difficult.  This little beauty is perhaps either a small ground finch (female), Geospiza fuliginosa, of which there are 13 endemic species of Darwin finches; or it may be a vermillion flycatcher (female), Pyrocephalus ribinus nanus, an endemic subspecies in the Galapagos.  Any ornithologists out there?


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By selling and promoting bottled water in our national parks, the bottled water industry is attempting to paint its eco-unfriendly product green. Coca-Cola and other bottled water corporations are using our parks as a billboard and concession stand for a product that is anything but environmentally friendly.