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Experts used to say that we need 5 servings of fruits and vegetables in order to meet daily requirements. BUT new research shows that we now need 10 servings a day to maintain good health. Fruits and vegetables are the ultimate superfoods. Fruits and vegetables are full of nutrients called phytonutrients. Phytonutrients are superfoods for our bodies – they improve blood flow and nerve cell communication in the brain, improve energy production within our cells, and provide our bodies with antioxidant protection. Nutritional research has made some exciting discoveries as of late. One of the most exciting is that the plant foods that provide our bodies with nutrition from phytonutrients also nourish our gut ecology. Polyphenols are a type of phytonutrient known to contribute to overall health and slow the aging process – and research has recently identified that polyphenols help to support a diverse microbiome and nourish gut lining. So how can you get MORE phytonutrient superfoods? You would think it would be as simple as eating a wide variety of plant foods. But it's not that simple – it is becoming increasingly difficult to consume the phytonutrients that we once did. Variety is missing: just four foods make up over 60% of North American phytonutrient intake – these foods are tomato, orange, carrot and strawberry. Nutrients are missing: the nutrition in our food supply is declining. In the last 50 years, researchers have found "significant" declines in nutrients in the foods that we eat. The solution is NEW fermented organic gut superfoods+, the first fully fermented green superfood! Using the latest research available on the gut microbiome, Genuine Health has created the ultimate fermented green superfood – fermented organic gut superfoods+ is the ONLY superfood that packs a 1-2-3 punch! 1 – Made from 21 organic plant-based superfoods that are rich in phytonutrients called polyphenols. This class of nutrients not only FEED our gut microbes, but has synergistic benefits with them, too! 2 – Easy-to-tolerate source of prebiotic fiber that helps to feed "good" bacteria and won't irritate the gut – or cause bloating. 3 – Fully-fermented, amplifying the plant nutrients and improving digestion. Unique Process: Farm to Fermented We start with 21 fresh whole greens and superfoods. To amplify the power and potency of these superfoods, they are harvested fresh and, within hours, are fermented using small-batch, artisanal techniques. Fermentation is an ancient food preservation technique that amplifies nutrition by boosting nutritional quality and intensifying the strength of phytonutrients. Fermentation supports digestion and can help to encourage a healthy gut microbiome. By using artisanal methods of fermentation and knowing precisely when to stop the process to ensure peak phytonutrient potency, Genuine Health has perfected the art of the fermentation process. Then an easy-to-tolerate fermented fiber is added – so you get all of the benefits of a prebiotic fiber with none of the bloating! fermented organic gut superfoods+ is a new and exciting innovation in green superfoods. Made with 22 fully fermented plant-based organic superfoods and prebiotics, fermented gut superfoods+ is food for your gut – and your body! SAVE $5 Off any one of Genuine Health fermented organic gut superfoods+ CONSUMER: Redeem only by purchasing the brand and size(s) indicated. Valid only in USA. May not be reproduced. Void if transferred to any person, firm or group prior to store redemption. LIMIT ONE COUPON PER PURCHASE. MANUFACTURERS COUPON. EXPIRES: 3/31/18 RETAILER: Genuine Health will reimburse you the face value of this coupon plus 8 cents handling in accordance with our redemption policy (copy available upon request). Consumer must pay any sales tax. Send all redeemed coupons to: Genuine Health, Mandlik &Rhodes, PO Box 490 Dept #1248, Tecate, CA 91980 Cash value: 1/100c/ 0624777-010979 Abby's Magazine - Volume 5 Issue 6| Page 55

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