Beet SuperFood HOLIDAY FLAVOR TRIO


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Beet SuperFood

HOLIDAY FLAVOR TRIO

Chose 3 Of The 5 Holiday Flavors

 

Candy Cane

GingerBread

Pumpkin Spice

Cranberry

EggNog

 

All Beautifully Wrapped For The Holiday Season

Each Container: 5.4 oz = 54 Servings

 

Candy Cane:  The Christmas Candy Cane originated in Germany 250 years ago. They started as straight white sugar sticks. A story says that a choirmaster, in 1670, was worried about the children sitting quietly all through the long Christmas nativity service. So he gave them something to eat to keep them quiet! As he wanted to remind them of Christmas, he made them into a 'J' shape like a shepherds crook, to remind them of the shepherds that visited the baby Jesus at the first ChristmasSometime around 1900 the red stripes were added and they were flavored with peppermint or wintergreen.
7 reasons you may want to reach for a Candy Cane to boost your health:  Peppermint freshens your breath, soothes the gastrointestinal tract, especially with an upset stomach, curbs cravings, relieves headaches, boosts concentration and relieves a stuffy nose.
Organic BeetRoot Powder, Natural Organic Candy Cane and Peppermint Flavors, Malic Acid, Green Stevia Leaf.
GingerBread: The tradition of making decorated Gingerbread Men and Gingerbread Houses started in Germany in the early 1800s. This tradition became popular during Christmas, a tradition that came to America with Pennsylvanian German immigrants.

 

Health Benefits of Ginger Include: Aids digestion, Soothes the Stomach, Relieves Nausea, Menstrual Cramp Relief, Anti-Inflammatory, Morning and Motion Sickness Relief.

 Organic BeetRoot Powder, Natural Organic GingerBread Flavor, Ginger Spice, Malic Acid, Green Stevia Leaf.

 

Pumpkin Spice:  Pumpkins are a source of tyrosine, an amino acid our body uses to manufacture thyroid hormone. If we don’t get enough tyrosine in our diet hypothyroidism can develop and existing thyroid problems will worsen. Pumpkins are also one of the best sources of beta carotene which is converted into Vitamin A, also needed for thyroid function. They are a nutrient dense food that also deliver Vitamin C, Magnesium, Potassium, Zinc and Copper. All of these nutrients are important for thyroid health. Beets, of course, have many health benefits not the least of which is liver, bile and gallbladder cleansing.
Organic BeetRoot Powder, Organic Pumpkin and Spice Powders, Malic Acid, Green Stevia Leaf.

Cranberry: The cranberry is one of the best natural sources of the antioxidant vitamin C, a compound that helps the body to combat oxidative stress and promote cell healing. Research shows that the cranberry has anti-asthmatic properties and can also act as a diuretic. Cranberry Powder is used to build healthy teeth and gums, stimulate good stomach health, and assist in memory.Add the cranberry’s substantial fiber content to these superlative health claims and you’ve got yourself a super fruit that rivals practically no other. Cranberries protect and prevent UTI's (urinary tract infections), promote thyroid health and are beneficial to oral health by preventing bacteria from binding to teeth and help to prevent gum disease.  Cranberries dissolve sludge in the liver that causes congestion. 

Organic Beet Root Powder, Cranberry Fruit Powder, Malic Acid, Green Stevia Leaf

 

EggNog: The creamy, spiced, often spied beverage that's synonymous with Christmas is a staple at bars, restaurants, and holiday parties throughout the holiday season.  EggNog has roots in a medieval British beverage known as posset, which was a milk beverage made with wine, or beer, cream, sugar, and egg, and thickened with anything from bread to oatmeal. Over time, posset spawned an eggnog-like beverage popular among monks in the 13th century, who drank the drink with eggs and figs.  Milk and eggs, along with spices like cinnamon and nutmeg were considered luxury items.  EggNog was considered an aristocratic drink and reserved for elites.  The beverage gained approachability when it made its way to the American colonies, where farms supplied milk and eggs and where rum was plentiful.  The beverage was often served in a wooden cup known as a 'nog' or 'noggin,' so when combined with one of the main ingredients, egg, the name came naturally.  'Nog' may also be derived from an old English word for extra-strong beers.  These days Eggnog contains very little egg.

BeetRoot Powder, Organic EggNog Powder, Malic Acid, Stevia Leaf Extract From Green Stevia Plant. *Does Not Contain Dairy or Eggs.


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