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Such a warning label may seem a bit extreme, but think about it; shouldn’t every over-processed, synthetic-chemical-filled, empty food be required to have some kind of warning?
Health isn’t a mystery.
The #1 cause of deadly degenerative diseases -
 
Such As…
  • Heart disease,
  • Obesity,
  • Diabetes,
  • and many more
  • Is…
  • Too much empty nutrition,
  • Too little whole-food nutrition, and
  • Lack of exercise.
  • Warning! Are your schools supporting
    Obesity and Adult onset diabetes in your children?

    The Type 2 Diabetes .. Epidemic - Largely preventable...

    'Adult' diabetes hitting children, Boston Globe, June 12, 2005

    Fast Food On Trial, National Public Radio [08/08/02]

    Soft Drinks in Schools, American Academy of Pediatrics "PEDIATRICS Vol. 113 No. 1 January 2004, pp. 152-154"

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    If type 2 diabetes were an infectious disease, passed from one person to another, public health officials would say: " We are in the midst of an epidemic." This difficult disease, once called adult-onset diabetes, is striking an evergrowing number of adults. Even more alarming, it's now beginning to show up in teenagers and children. Diabetes significantly increases the risk of heart disease. And it's the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S., directly causing almost 60,000 deaths each year and contributing to thousands more.(3) The good news is that type 2 diabetes is largely preventable. About 9 cases in 10 could be avoided by taking several simple steps: keeping weight under control, exercising more, eating a healthy diet, and not smoking.  "Nutrition Source", Harvard School of Public Health, Page 129  a Web site maintained by the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health. 


    What if you visited your child’s junior high health class
    and saw the teacher with a cigarette dangling out of her mouth and an open beer can on the desk? Would you be angry enough to pull your child out of school? Determined enough to try home-school? What if she had a candy bar and a soft drink instead?

    Count the vending machines. What about fast-food places in or near the cafeteria? Researchers virtually all agree that empty nutrition is the number one cause of childhood obesity, type one diabetes, heart disease, and many cancers. Yet every day we send our kids to school with a fist-full of cash for junk food.

    Does this remind you of Tobacco?

    Laws are passed to protect our children from tobacco and alcohol, pornographic movies, and violent video games—but what about food? Where are the food police? Where are the warning labels? Should children under 18 be permitted to purchase fast food without adult permission?

    Vending Machines provide needed funds for Education

    “But the vending machines provide needed funds for education,” they say. Is that argument strong enough to sell out our children’s health? If so, would you vote to bring drugs into your schools on such an arrangement? There is more money in drugs. This is absurd. Surely healthy foods and beverages will fill the void when we care enough to make it happen. This all may sound extreme at this point in history, but one of the major reasons we’re in this health mess is because there are no regulations on food. No one cares.

    If you’d protect your children from tobacco and drugs, why won’t you protect them from dying early of heart disease or the incurable misery of diabetes?   Replace over-processed, synthetic-chemical-filled, empty food whole foods with the ForeverGreen Whole Foods.

    When you sit down to a fast food meal, be aware that you’re consuming more cholesterol, sodium, and empty calories than you should get in an entire day; and more saturated fat than you should get in an entire week or even a month!

    If you want true nutrition, stay away from the grocery store deception. At the present time most of the grocery store is merely a mausoleum where dead food lies in state. 

     

    Changing Lives
    We are getting sicker, dying longer, and succumbing to deadly disease at an alarming rate! and ForeverGreen   is the only company who seems to really care

    Nearly a decade ago, the U.S Surgeon General made an attempt to draw our attention to a national health crisis by calling ours the “sickest generation ever.” His warnings fell on deaf ears. Since then, his dire predictions have only continued to escalate. Consider these ominous health statistics and their impact on your life:

    • Nearly two out of three of us are overweight and over half of these are clinically obese. Obesity is now officially labeled an “epidemic.” Childhood obesity is even more alarming—9 million U.S. children over the age of 6 are clinically obese, and another 9 to 10 million are overweight.
    • Obesity-related illnesses are killing about 220,000 men and women a year in the United States and Canada and about 320,000 men and women in Western Europe.
    • There were over 3 million preventable deaths related to food choices this year alone.
    • An estimated 18 million adults over age 20 have diabetes. That’s more than 8% of the adult population in the U.S. And type 2 diabetes, what used to be adult-onset diabetes, is rising even faster among children—40% of girls and 30% of boys born in the year 2000 will have diabetes during their lifetime—if the trends remain constant.
    • Preventable cardiovascular disease is the number one killer. Cardiovascular damage is showing up in young people much earlier than ever before.
    • More than one million new cancer cases will be diagnosed this year and over 500,000 will die from the disease. About half of all men and over 1/3 of all women will hear, “you’ve got cancer.”
    • Most of the other serious and escalating diseases of our day are also directly tied to this deadly neglect: arthritis, osteoporosis, Altzheimers, asthma, macular degeneration, and many others.
    • Common conditions like depression, attention deficit disorders, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, too frequent infections, headaches, PMS, and many more are directly tied to a poor diet.
    What are your feelings as you consider this discouraging list? Surprise, concern, puzzlement, even anger? Since it is virtually all preventable, who has failed to warn us? Who is responsible to inform and protect the public from such a disaster?

    Is there anyone who cares?
    Whenever there is a public disaster such as this, there are typically at least 6 points of reinforcement that get the message across:

    1. The health care and wellness industries—weight loss, hospitals, pharmacists, chiropractors, fitness centers, etc.
    2. Institutions such as schools and churches.
    3. Government agencies such as the National Institutes of Health, extension agencies, etc.
    4. The media—television, Internet, radio, newspapers, books, magazines, etc.
    5. Manufacturer information—labels, advertisements, websites, etc.
    6. Family and friends.
    Which of these has let us down? Some of these know the truth and are choosing to do nothing. Others just don’t know how important and serious it is. The lack of public outcry and the apparent apathy of virtually all of them can lead us to only one conclusion. Apparently no one cares, or if they do care, their weak voices are so drowned out by confusion or opposition that they can’t be heard!

    This has got to change.
    There are numerous books written about this crisis. Medical research universally supports the changes that are needed. Even a few government agencies with relatively small budgets have attempted to stand strong in their support of nutrient-dense nutrition and exercise.

    The strong opposition and confusion comes from the media, the pharmaceutical industry, and others that are bankrolled by manufacturers of empty nutrition—Big Food. For the sake of the almighty dollar, we are killing our people, one French fry at a time. The deadly obesity epidemic is fed by the insatiable greed of Big Food companies. Understand…it isn’t ignorance…it’s greed.

    We’ve had enough
    We’re ForeverGreen,   and we’re a food manufacturer who is taking a stand against the near criminal apathy, greed, and sheer negligence that is killing our people, especially our children.

    It’s absolutely preposterous what’s happening in the food industry—propaganda, lies, and misconceptions that influence what we eat. Our increasingly poor, foodless diet; over-medications; lack of exercise; and misunderstandings about supplementation of empty nutrition has allowed these sickening health trends to continue to escalate. With billions spent each year to confuse us, lie to us, and hide the truth; it’s no wonder most people don’t care? They don’t know they need to care! Ignorance is not bliss. Ignorance is debilitating disease, long years of misery, and untimely death. It is not bliss!

    ForeverGreen   is convinced that given the right information, most people WILL care! Our mission is changing people’s lifestyles by supporting the scientific evidence and offering programs and whole-food products direct from nature to reverse these deadly trends. We’ve drawn a line in the sand. We do care. After reading this magazine we hope that you will care too…and decide to join us.

    Warning: What you are about to eat is going to kill you
    Such a warning label may seem a bit extreme, but think about it; shouldn’t every over-processed, synthetic-chemical-filled, empty food be required to have some kind of warning? Health is not a mystery. It is scientifically proven that the number one cause of deadly degenerative diseases like heart disease, obesity, diabetes, and many more is…too much empty nutrition, too little whole-food nutrition, and lack of exercise.

    Health trends predict that up to 90% of us will die from a preventable disease if we continue eating empty nutrition and fail to exercise. At the same time Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, head of Oncology at the Strang Cancer Prevention Center at New York’s Cornell University predicts that with a whole-food diet and exercise, up to 93% of all degenerative diseases can be prevented. With a choice this dramatic, can you think of one good reason why there shouldn’t be a warning label? A warning that would help prevent 3 million deaths a year world-wide.

    Does this remind you of tobacco?
    The medical and scientific communities had known for years that smoking was killing people. But Big Tobacco just kept advertising, covering up, and deceiving people into believing otherwise. Things only began to change when a mountain of proof linked smoking and death. The public became outraged at Big Tobacco profiteering on disease and death, and they were forced to add a warning label.

    But is it somehow okay to sit down to a fast food meal and be unaware that you’re consuming more cholesterol, sodium, and empty calories than you should get in an entire day and more saturated fat than you should get in an entire week or even a month?

    The scary thing is that the strangle hold of Big Food is even more deep-seated in our society than Big Tobacco ever was. Count the vending machines in schools and the TV ads. It’s going to take longer than tobacco took, because there have been 3 or 4 generations of people with no information, no education, no warnings, and no regulations.

    Big Food would have you believe that it’s all your fault—it’s your lack of “will power.” We should have more willpower to make better choices when 95% of everything on the menu and in the grocery store is slowly lethal. Forbes Magazine wrote that “Americans who want to eat healthy have to behave abnormally.” Consider this quote from the respected economist and author Paul Zane Pilzer:

    “Each company studies its…‘target market,’ like rats in a laboratory. No expense is spared to hit every psychological button that matters to the target market. Like a deer caught in the telescopic sight of a hunter at close range, the target never has a chance.

    “Such ruthless tactics used to be restricted to U.S. tobacco companies, which wrote the book on deceptive marketing tactics while getting the world addicted to nicotine. Recent legislation has forced Big Tobacco to curb some of these activities…. But, unfortunately, they are not letting their acquired expertise go to waste. In early 2001 Philip Morris, the world’s largest tobacco company, purchased some of the most popular children’s processed food brands, including Oreo Cookies, Ritz Crackers and Life Savers candies. This makes Philip Morris the world’s second largest food company after Nestle, Inc.” (Paul Zane Pilzer, The Next Trillion, 2001)

    Think of the irony. The second largest food company, Philip Morris, has been deceiving us for decades—first in tobacco and now in food. They understand the power of addiction. They stopped TV tobacco ads, but you can’t find a single commercial block without a brilliant ad designed to get you craving empty nutrition. They understand the economics of addiction, and our children are in their telescopic sights “like a hunter at close range!” They have no chance.

    Joe Camel and Ronald McDonald…what’s the difference?
    Take a seat for 15 minutes during Saturday morning cartoons or after-school programming. Every time you see Ronald taking a child and happily skipping to McDonalds’ lair; millions of children are being sold an ideal, a warm feeling, a dream; all associated with eating saturated-fat French fries and other empty junk food.

    The government banned all cartoon characters like Joe Camel from marketing cigarettes, because they felt it could target children. Just imagine Big Tobacco using “Joe” to pass out cigarettes to frolicking children. We would be outraged! Yet Ronald can hide behind his devilish smile and offer a toy to lure innocent children to eat French fries, and it’s somehow okay? We should be appalled. It should be criminal! And some day when enough people care enough, it will be criminal.

    Why is Joe banned and Ronald tolerated? Why do we allow this double standard? So is there a difference? Yes. Ronald is worse. When will we start to care? Will it be when more of our children are morbidly obese or dead?

    Are your schools supporting child obesity?
    What if you visited your child’s junior high health class and saw the teacher with a cigarette dangling out of her mouth and an open beer can on the desk? Would you be angry enough to pull your child out of school? Determined enough to try home-school? What if she had a candy bar and a soft drink instead?

    Count the vending machines. What about fast-food places in or near the cafeteria? Researchers virtually all agree that empty nutrition is the number one cause of childhood obesity, type one diabetes, heart disease, and many cancers. Yet every day we send our kids to school with a fist-full of cash for junk food.

    Laws are passed to protect our children from tobacco and alcohol, pornographic movies, and violent video games—but what about food? Where are the food police? Where are the warning labels? Should children under 18 be permitted to purchase fast food without adult permission?

    “But the vending machines provide needed funds for education,” they say. Is that argument strong enough to sell out our children’s health? If so, would you vote to bring drugs into your schools on such an arrangement? There’s more money in drugs. This is absurd. Surely healthy foods and beverages will fill the void when we care enough to make it happen. This all may sound extreme at this point in history, but one of the major reasons we’re in this health mess is because there are no regulations on food. No one cares. If you’d protect your children from tobacco and drugs, why won’t you protect them from dying early of heart disease or the incurable misery of diabetes?

    Empty nutrition is an addiction
    We may sound like fanatics here at ForeverGreen   — we’re really not. We understand that there’s a place for fast food, sodas, and donuts in the world, as long as they are consumed within reason, on occasion. But at what point does that “occasional” drive thru become an addiction? Is it twice a week, once a day, three times a day? The average American has over 300 fast-food meals a year! That is nearly one a day!

    Are you addicted? Are you able to stop? Most people do not even know they are addicted. But try going cold turkey for a month, a week, or even a day. As we try it most of us will realize that we do have an addiction, and admit that we probably need some kind of program to kick the habit. And that is okay. ForeverGreen   has several programs specifically designed to help your family break your addiction. Or you could wait for an impossible cure, a pill.

    Big Food wants to keep you confused…we want the answer to be clear
    Once in a decade an idea comes along that revolutionizes the way we think and live. Henry Ford did it with cars; television revolutionized our lives; and so did personal computers and the Internet. What if we could stop the confusion surrounding nutrition, insist on integrity in the Big Food industry, and begin to stop the epidemic of food-caused disease? What if we could do it with something as simple as dividing all food into three categories?

    Category #1: Primary nutrition
    These would be unrefined, nutrient-dense foods as close to nature as possible with all their vitamins, minerals, fiber, and phytonutrients that all medical researchers are telling us we require. It’s the food that will prevent the vast majority of our degenerative diseases—up to 93% of them, they say. It’s the fruits, vegetables, and whole grains virtually no one is getting enough of.

    Category #2: Secondary nutrition
    These are the supplements—pills, powders, juices—we add to a foundation of primary nutrition. Adding secondary nutrition to a foundation of empty nutrition makes no sense. It’s like fortifying nothing. Instead of supplements, you’d have to call them “only-ments.”

    Category #3: Empty nutrition
    We all know what this is. It represents the great majority of foods most people consume—the highly processed convenience foods that are artificially dyed, sweetened, preserved, and flavored to create addictions.

    Are you waiting for an impossible cure for neglect?
    With these three definitions in place, it becomes clear that the there are only two root causes for preventable disease—(1) too much empty nutrition and (2) too little primary nutrition.

    The secondary nutrition industry has given us their answer—it’s a pill. All of nature’s goodness in a pill—a magic bullet, something convenient to ease your guilt over not eating enough primary nutrition. It doesn’t work! Don’t take our word for it; listen to what Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson said in January 2005: “Let’s face it. Everyone in America is looking to the NIH (the National Institutes of Health) to come up with that pill. It’s…really common sense. Do you want to look better? Yes. Do you want to feel better? Yes. If you do that, you lower your calorie intake, you lower your fats, your carbs, you eat more fruits and vegetables, more whole grain, and you exercise. And that's as simple as it can be. There's not going to be a pill.”

    How health supplements can damage your health
    It’s ironic that over the past 50 years, three major trends have experienced tremendous, simultaneous growth—preventable, degenerative disease; Big Food; and the supplement industry. A coincidence? At ForeverGreen   we call this a clue.

    The supplement industry is using the same strategy as the credit industry. “A credit card will solve your problems,” they say. But money problems can only be solved by (1) earning more or (2) spending less. A credit card only compounds the problem because you feel like you’ve got easy access to plastic money so you…(1) spend more and (2) have less (you pay interest). You don’t solve either of the core issues—you make them both worse.

    It’s impossible to get healthy unless you (1) get more primary nutrition and (2) get less empty nutrition. There is no other way. A supplement works like a credit card, it compounds the problem because the added vitamins and minerals make you think you can get away with eating more empty nutrition. Whether you’re adding a one-a-day pill or a shot of some miracle juice to junk food, you can create the same deception. Supplements don’t address either of the root issues.

    Supplements vs. “only-ments”: How do you tell the difference?
    Don’t get us wrong. We feel supplements are a valuable, convenient way to add missing nutrients, as long as they’re supplementing a base of primary nutrition. But they can’t replace whole food.

    Again, don’t take our word for it. Researchers at the world renown Mayo Clinic agree. “With added amino acids, antioxidants, enzymes, and herbs, it might seem like dietary supplements could easily replace food as your source of nutrients. But this isn’t the case. Whole foods—such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grains—provide a complex combination of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and other substances…supplements can’t copy all of the nutrient benefits of whole foods” (Mayo Health Newsletter, vol. XX, p. XX).

    Not only ForeverGreen   the only place where you can find convenient, affordable, and delicious primary nutrition, but we’re also the only company who offers a true supplement. In addition to our complete line of nothing but whole foods, we offer an enhanced line of whole food products to provide you with 100% of your RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) of 23 different vitamins and minerals. And instead of using artificial binders and fillers to deliver our nutrients in pill form, we give you 22 to 27 different raw, whole foods with your supplementation. They are the only true supplements, not “only-ments.”

    “Fortified” food—the biggest fraud of all
    Some mistakenly think that a fortified breakfast cereal or meal replacement bar or shake will give you what you need. But this may be the biggest fraud of all.

    Check the ingredients on these foods. They’re fortifying empty nutrition—highly processed, artificially preserved, flavored, and dyed—junk-food. 100% of your RDA of 12 different vitamins and minerals added to empty sugar, processed, and artificially flavored junk food. It’s “only-ments” for sure. Adding fortification is only a lure to distract you from noticing the empty ingredients and make the products appear healthy. You know the game. It’s greed. Again, there should be laws; it should be criminal. Of course, these special breakfast cereals are not too sweet, so your kids will need to add even more sugar.

    If you want true supplementation, stay away from the grocery store deception. At the present time most of the grocery store is merely a mausoleum where dead food lies in state. Instead opt for our enhanced line of whole food—primary nutrition. You’ll get 100% of your RDA of 23 different vitamins and minerals. 95% of our product is raw, whole food. Look at our ingredient panel. You can pronounce every ingredient.

    The weight-loss deception—fads, crash diets, and quick fixes only compound the problem
    The best way to lose a lot of excess weight is to throw away all those heavy books, videos, miracle pills, and powders. What have they taught you? “You don’t need carbohydrates, right? Or is it fat? Or is protein to blame? Or should I just drastically cut back calories?” If you read them all, you may end up feeling like there’s nothing healthy left to eat. The truth is, diets may be the most damaging thing you can do for your health.

    Starving your body of an essential category of food or a dangerously large number of calories is insidiously hazardous to your health. You’re inviting failure and more weight gain than ever. Not only are you likely to become deficient in vital nutrients, but the psychological impact is severe. Cravings, fatigue, desperation, binging—each cycle gives you just enough short-term weight-loss success to keep you coming back again and again. Most diets actually encourage greater addiction, enormous weight gain, and disastrous health results.

    Each new diet has its 15 minutes of fame, but none of them address the root issues of getting more primary nutrition, and less empty nutrition.

    Your body requires a variety of nature’s foods. That’s why you get the cravings. When your body is retrained to savor the right mix of multiple whole foods again, the cravings stop. Don’t eliminate the complexity and variety found in nature…embrace it!

    They’ve had their 15 minutes of fame. But as of now their 15 minutes is up.

    Where are your meals on the food pyramid?
    Take a look at this Healthy Eating Pyramid developed by top Harvard nutritionists. They say we can prevent up to 90% of degenerative diseases by following this pyramid and exercising. That means with the right diet, your chances for getting cancer, heart disease, and most of the other deadly disease are less than 10%, but only if your diet matches the pyramid. So let’s take a closer look.

    The pyramid clearly shows that there are healthy and unhealthy grains and fats. Your empty, processed foods and your saturated fats, including a marbled steak, are up in the “sparingly” category along with the soft drinks, white bread, rolls, bagels, croissants, and donuts.

    Primary nutrition is at the bottom—in all categories—fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. Empty nutrition is at the top. Where on the pyramid is that sweet roll you had for breakfast? Where’s the hamburger, taco, or sub sandwich? “Sparingly!”

    Wait! Before you count the limp lettuce, tomatoes, and pickles…get realistic. Where are most of the calories? If they’re pretty much all at the top along with the pasta, white rice, and baked potato stuffed with sour cream and butter, we can make some solid predictions.

    Health isn't a mystery. You don’t need a crystal ball to predict your future health. If you don’t eat according to Mother Nature’s rules, you can count on becoming one of those ominous statistics.

    Jared didn’t become Subway’s poster boy by eating foot-long subs filled with mayo, oils, cheese, meat balls, and the like. If you consistently eat everything on Subway’s menu, you’ll be just as bad-off as eating only at McDonalds for a month like Morgan Spurlock in the movie Supersize Me.

    What about that microwave dinner, or that pizza? Maybe you had a vegetable on the side or a glass of juice, but were most of your calories empty or primary?

    Should this be a surprise? Virtually the whole population eats out of the “sparingly” category. That’s exactly what Big Food has programmed us to do. After all, their success depends on our addiction—our failure.

    Your success would cost them billions. So why would they want you to be healthy?
    Could it be that Big Food, the supplement and weight-loss industries, and even the government wants you to be sick? Think for a moment about a perfect world in which we all eat primary nutrition. How many of these billion-dollar industries would be alive?

    Big Food companies would have (1) started to provide primary nutrition, (2) gone out of business, or (3) long since moved on to drugs, gambling or another popular addiction.

    As for the supplement industry, with few remaining degenerative diseases, they might have a little trouble promoting a “magic bullet” or “miracle juice.” They could still offer true supplementation, which would be welcomed, but what percentage of their present revenues comes from “only-ments” and what comes from true supplements?

    The pharmaceutical companies would be left to actually…gasp…research and find cures for that 10% who are truly genetically predisposed to those degenerative diseases. Is that big business for them? Listen to what Pilzer had to say on this topic:

    “The trillion-dollar sickness industry finds it more profitable to focus on the symptoms versus the cures of disease, creating customers for life. Our employer-funded healthcare system has led the medical industry far from the needs of their ultimate consumer—a consumer who would much prefer a cure versus an ongoing addiction to a treatment.

    “The overweight and unhealthy spend their lives on a medical merry-go-round that treats a minimal amount of their symptoms—just enough to keep them alive and consuming more unhealthy food and more sickness products and services.” (Paul Zane Pilzer, The Next Trillion, 2001).

    Pharmaceutical profits depend on the public being just sick enough to continue their meds on a daily basis.

    Pilzer goes on to say this, “While there is obviously no direct conspiracy between the $1 trillion food industry (which causes most of the problems) and the $1.4 trillion medical industry (that treats just enough of the symptoms to get the ‘targets’ back to work and consumption), the economic effect is the same as if these two industries were conspiring against the American consumer in the most sinister fashion.” (Paul Zane Pilzer, The Next Trillion, 2001).

    And what about the weight loss industry? There would be no need for Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers, Atkins, or Jared from Subway if two-thirds of us weren’t overweight and half of them clinically obese. Are they counting on your success or your failure? Of course not. How many revisit these diet programs over and over again?

    Okay, snap back to reality. We don’t live in a perfect world. And the truth of the matter is, with so much money at stake, we probably never will. But if all this actually happened, ForeverGreen   wouldn’t have to change its products at all. We’d just have a lot more healthy competition.

    Every product and program we provide addresses the two root issues—giving you more primary nutrition, and less empty nutrition. We’re the only ones who would like to see you succeed. That may be why we’re the only company that will provide you with a real solution.

    Lifestyle change—the only way to break an addiction
    If you’re sincerely trying to change your health once and for all, you’ve got a difficult road ahead. You’ve been seriously programmed not only by the Big Food and supplement industry propaganda and advertising, but more seriously, you may have an actual physical addiction to the junk food itself with all the associated cravings, tastes, likes, and dislikes associated with synthetic, empty foods.

    You may have recently lost some weight. But if it was on an empty nutrition or an “only-ment” diet, all that means is that you’ll need a smaller casket.

    Your lifestyle change must meet these two requirements:

    1. Aggressive enough to achieve noticeable results. Your foods and habits must be built on Mother Nature’s laws. You must trade enough empty nutrition for primary nutrition to make a difference because if you don’t, you’ll experience Mother Nature’s consequences.
    2. Lifestyle friendly. The only truly successful program is the one you’ll still be using 6 months, 3 years, and decades from now.
    In our chemical-crazed world where eating healthy is considered “abnormal,” most people think healthy food will (1) taste bad, (2) take too much time and effort, (3) be strange and unusual, and (4) cost too much. ForeverGreen   has created a broad line of foods that overcome all four of these roadblocks.
    1. It’s convenient—peel-and-eat or add water and serve. You’d have to research, shop, chop, and prepare all day to create the delicious and complex whole-food meals we’ve created for you. As you look through this magazine’s recipe section, you’ll see gourmet masterpieces made with nothing but a cup of soup and a couple of other ingredients. Yet each meal will have from 20 to 40 individual ingredients. Now your healthy food choices can rival those of the health nuts who shop, chop, and cook for hours each week to create little plastic containers of food far inferior to what you will be enjoying.
    2. It’s affordable. Many people find that replacing their low-fiber, empty meals and snacks with nutrient-rich ones actually costs them less on their food bill. You’re spending money on food anyway. Why not get more quality nutrition for your money? You’ll read later than David and Bernadine Jack did the math and showed that they saved US$250 each month when they switched. And that doesn’t count the US$106 they saved on medications. Depending on the package you order, you can choose a package as low as US$2.65 per meal replacement. That’s far lower than the average fast-food lunch at US$5.50.
    3. It’s familiar. Look through the recipes. Your family and friends won’t even know they’re eating healthy unless you tell them. Rich, complex recipes like Salmon Bisque Soup, Crock Pot Barbeque Chicken, and Japanese Mushroom Omelet will become familiar favorites.
    4. It’s delicious. Most people are amazed at how tantalizing healthy eating can be. A rich, complex assortment of whole-food ingredients won’t exactly match the empty neon-green stuff that fizzes and froths, makes you burp, and gives you a buzz. But, we assure you, it will be delicious, and it comes in a variety of ingredients and tantalizing recipes to please every palate. Whatever you choose—Chewy and crunchy Strawberries and Cream Pulse bars, rich and hearty Lentil Chili soup, fiery 20-ingredient salsas, or frosty and zesty Cool Treats—everything comes from nature and is naturally delicious. As our clients tell us again and again—it retrains our taste buds to love Mother Nature.
    What to order
    You’ll want to read through our offers on pages XX to XX to find a life-changing program that is perfect for you. You’ll find something that builds commitment to your health goals and at the same time offers you a substantial cost savings. We’ve built the powerful 90-Days-to-Freedom program, a Meal-A-Day package, and even a Bar-A-Day package to get you on the on-ramp and keep you committed.

    What you receive in your Food First packages
    With each major package, you’ll receive access to our amazing website with a place for goals and daily journaling, motivating success stories and articles, over 300 recipes (some with a short movie cooking show), and a message board where you can connect with like-minded people who are also experiencing primary nutrition for the first time. You’ll also receive motivating short e-mails throughout your program to remind you of your health goals and the importance of your commitment to your health.

    We’ll provide your own website where you can discover which meals and recipes you like best, track your progress, set health goals, and surround yourself with a community of like-minded people who are going through the same experience you are.

    Now that you know that we care, the decision is yours
    You now, perhaps for the first time, have the information you need to make an informed decision about your health and the health of those you love. You know that Big Food doesn’t care. You know the government doesn’t care—yet. You know the supplement and weight-loss industries don’t care. You know ForeverGreen   does.

    So the decision is yours. You can join us, draw a line in the sand, and help us expose the ridiculous, potentially criminal practices of those who are getting rich off manipulation, deception, and empty-food chemistry. You can begin a lifestyle change. Or, you can do nothing. Whichever decision you make, it won’t be for a lack of knowledge.

    Who is ForeverGreen?
    We’re the company that’s had enough! We are the warning label on every fast food meal. We are the food police in your children’s schools. We are the company who is addressing the root issues of nutrition—giving you convenient, delicious, and affordable primary nutrition, and designing programs that empower you to eat less empty nutrition. We are the front-runners in the next trillion dollar wellness industry that really does care about your health.

    This may be the first time you have heard from us, but we assure you, it won’t be the last!

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    Mabel E Kopp

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    Chagrin Falls Annex OH 44023

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