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July 08, 2011

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Gordon Callison

Does the soil have nutrients in it, if crops aren't rotated?

Dr Bette Daoust

Our bodies benefit from the vitamins and minerals found in foods known to be rich in antioxidants such as oranges, dark chocolate and red wine. We’ve all been led to believe that if we eat these foods and other foods like them, we’ll receive tremendous antioxidant rewards. But you can’t necessarily eat your way to excellent health. Surprisingly, scientific studies show that your body can’t possibly ingest enough antioxidants to eliminate the number of free radicals your body makes every day. You would need to eat ridiculous amounts of foods rich in antioxidants (32 pounds of strawberries, 31 pounds of raspberries, 15 pounds of dark chocolate per day for example), to achieve the antioxidant power you get from one Protandim (http://whatisantioxidant.org) caplet each day. When you take Protandim, you trigger what your body already knows how to do, only better. You ‘tell’ your body to increase production of its own two antioxidant enzymes, which helps prevent free radical damage to your cells thousands of times more effectively than any conventional antioxidant therapy. Healthier cells mean a healthier immune system, and decreased chance of disease as you age.

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