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What’s Ergo and Why Do You Need it?

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By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

December 27, 2017

  • Here’s a new nutrient to add to your vocabulary
  • The incredible medicinal mushroom
  • Eating more mushrooms is this easy

If you keep up on health news, there is always a new and seemingly unpronounceable nutrient to add to your vocabulary, like pterostilbene or cholecalciferol.

This Nutrient is 400% More Powerful than Resveratrol!
Support a Healthy Heart, Blood Pressure,
Cholesterol, Fat-Burning, and More!

New research supported by the National Institutes of Health revealed a chemical flaw in this near-miraculous nutrient. Human studies show we just can't absorb it. No matter how much you take...you may as well be flushing it down the toilet!

But the benefits of resveratrol – and the amazing promise of genetic rewriting – were too incredible to ignore. That's why researchers kept looking… until they found a natural resveratrol "cousin."

  • 400% BETTER absorbed than resveratrol
  • Infuses your body with energy and superior anti-aging benefits
  • Supports healthy cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar.
  • Fights inflammation
  • Gives you a metabolic edge
  • Switches on "life extension" genes
  • It could even make you smarter!

Use it today to help protect your heart. Discover how it can help you become slimmer and more vital...and bring your cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar under control naturally.

Click HERE and learn how to turn ON your vitality genes and maximize support for a healthy heart, blood pressure, cholesterol, fat-burning, memory, and more!

Click HERE for the shocking truth!

Today I have one you might not have heard before… one that you should write down and remember.

It’s ergothioneine (pronounced urr-go-thigh-in-in). For short, you can call it ergo. Continue reading

Are Mushrooms the New Superfood?

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By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

October 14, 2016

  • Are mushrooms the new superfood?
  • Lowly mushroom packs a powerful punch
  • The incredible medicinal mushroom

If you’re like me, you enjoy the flavor and texture of mushrooms. But you may not realize that they have super-powers.

This Nutrient is 400% More Powerful than Resveratrol!
Support a Healthy Heart, Blood Pressure,
Cholesterol, Fat-Burning, and More!

New research supported by the National Institutes of Health revealed a chemical flaw in this near-miraculous nutrient. Human studies show we just can't absorb it. No matter how much you take...you may as well be flushing it down the toilet!

But the benefits of resveratrol – and the amazing promise of genetic rewriting – were too incredible to ignore. That's why researchers kept looking… until they found a natural resveratrol "cousin."

  • 400% BETTER absorbed than resveratrol
  • Infuses your body with energy and superior anti-aging benefits
  • Supports healthy cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar.
  • Fights inflammation
  • Gives you a metabolic edge
  • Switches on "life extension" genes
  • It could even make you smarter!

Use it today to help protect your heart. Discover how it can help you become slimmer and more vital...and bring your cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar under control naturally.

Click HERE and learn how to turn ON your vitality genes and maximize support for a healthy heart, blood pressure, cholesterol, fat-burning, memory, and more!

Click HERE for the shocking truth!

That’s right. The lowly mushroom is a superfood. In general, mushrooms have a higher protein content than many vegetables. Multiple studies on edible mushrooms have revealed some incredible biological activities including antitumor and anticarcinogenic effects.

Also mushrooms contain a number of secondary metabolites, including various phenolic compounds, which have been shown to act as excellent antioxidants and now a recently discovered one that I’m very excited about. Continue reading