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Taking SBT Seabuckthorn, Seed Oil, Fruit Oil, Berry Flavone capsules and drinking the tea from the leaves, is a return to basic nutrition.

Let me explain.

Science has shown that inflammation leads to disease and to a degenerative state in the body. This happens in part when we have a diet that is made up of more Omega 6 than Omega 3. The average North American diet consists of an imbalance of 20-50 : 1 ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3. The number one killer in North America is cardiovascular disease, because the degenerative state weakens veins, arteries and of course capillaries that supply finer tissue. With this weakness comes the response of the body to create plaque (bad cholesterol) , to bolster the integrity of the vessels. Hence restricted blood flow causing malnutrition to joints, skin and every organ and tissue of the body, including the prostate. The advice we get from the Medical Association is to take aspirin, eat less foods with bad cholesterol and consume an array of drugs associated with a specific ailment originally caused by restricted blood flow and improper nutrition. In actuality, the body makes 90% of bad cholesterol to support the vessels as best it can during the deteriorating process explained above.

The real answer then is to get proper nutrition, which makes sense.

So, what is proper nutrition?

1. The intake of essential fatty acids of Omega 6 and 3 must be at a 1 : 1 ratio.

2. Whole foods, raw, organic, nutrient rich and as diverse as you can find. Stay away from processed foods. Most processed foods like cereal now contain wheat, corn and soy, usually from GMO source. Men should not eat unfermented soy, GMO or not, because it has constituents that mimic estrogen.

3. Exercise regularly. Find a favorite activity.

4. Breath fresh air. If you live in an urban area, make sure you can get away to a cleaner environment regularly.

5. Drink pure water.

6. Get sunshine. Our bodies have their own photosynthesis process of turning sunshine into Vitamin D, which allows us to absorb calcium and other nutrients. Consider sunshine a whole food, we just eat it differently. Full spectrum light has beneficial properties not totally understood yet, but think how you feel opening the window to a bright spring morning.

7. Eat a quality pro-biotics, the good flora and fauna of the body, especially if you have ever been on antibiotics.

8. Cultivate wholesome relationships with family, spouse, yourself and friends. We need to love and feel loved.

9. Live with a great attitude. Too many of us allow ourselves to be victimized. See where this applies to you and take action to rise above it. Laugh and have fun. Think about the legacy you will be leaving when your life comes to an end and be determined that the next generation will have a better place to live than you found it. Use loving action.

Next time: Sources of Omegas 6 and 3; some of the micronutrients found in SBT Seabuckthorn.

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