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Mango Turmeric Lassi With Coconut Yogurt for Soft, Vibrant Skin

#Mangolassis are a great treat all on their own, but combined with homemade coconut yogurt, turmeric and probiotics they become even better. Probiotics help with your gut bacteria, while the good fats from the coconut help to...

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Mango lassis are a great treat all on their own, but combined with homemade coconut yogurt, turmeric and probiotics they become even better. Probiotics help with your gut bacteria, while the good fats from the coconut help to...
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Affording being able to eat better is more the challenge we need to face that and housing disparity. Solve for x at home! Shelters (in Seattle at least) offer mainly high carb "comfort food" not the vitamin rich foods stressed people need to rebuild lives nor the mental exercises necessary to stimulate neuroplasicity. It's a convenient myth thinking all those displaced by the economy are addicts etc. Frustrating enough starting life over when (especially when older) and inconvenient. I'm not the only one here with emails etc hacked by ransom wear. I'd like my emails back and the five hundred plus connections on LinkedIn. Not cool dudes...looking at it as a deep learning opportunity though someone steals my content and context. Not thrilled with Amanda "Jones" or whoever it was I blocked that's perhaps the intrusive little vixen. What's the word for a male vixen Harry or Ethan?
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CARIBBEAN SHRIMP with Colorful Rice ~ it's just so fabulous. The marinade makes the shrimp shine with tons of flavor. This recipe cost less than what you would pay in a restaurant for any kind of shrimp. Make it a date night with your loved one or friends. Come on - splurge once in a while.
http://pattyandersonsblog.blogspot.com/2013/10/caribbean-shrimp-with-colorful-rice.html
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After all these years I am still in love with one of my signature marinades. When I was sauteing the shrimp the aroma that was filling the air made me about swoon. My word does it smell fabulous! I am positive you are go...
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Would you feel comfortable buying any product where safety could be an issue from a company who doesn't feel it is their job to make sure it is safe? 
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Cilantro, also known as coriander, can be used for its tangy leaves or its dried, ground seeds. Plant this annual herb in well-drained soil. Cilantro grows best in sun, although it tolerates some shade. Because it has a long ...
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do u know how hard it is to find natural foods already cooked and not expensive lol i can't cook .. its hard ..
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INTRODUCTION

Based on statistics and research, it has been a long proven fact that the Japanese have the longest longevity in the world and the life expectancy in Japan is the highest in the world. The cause of such phenomenal health and longevity has led to extensive studies worldwide and attributed to several factors: The low levels of cholesterol in a Japanese person due to their healthy Japanese diet and the hordes of beneficial bacteria lurking in the intestines of every Japanese person, leading them to have one of the most efficient digestive systems.

The human body is made up of around ten trillion cells, but we harbor a hundred trillion bacteria. For every gene in our genome, there are 100 bacterial ones. This is our ‘microbiome’ and it has a huge impact on our health, our ability to digest food and more. We, in turn, affect them. Everything from the food we eat, to the daily trappings and what we do in life, and even the way we’re born influences the species and types of bacteria that take up residence in our bodies.

To have the most efficient digestive system, and to ensure good health, we must aim to have a balanced micro flora, equilibrium of approximately 80% good bacteria and 20% bad bacteria, thereby guaranteeing that our gut health is at its optimum, just like the Japanese.

History Behind the Legend

Founded during the 1690s, through the Tokugawa Shogunate in 1790s, from feudal lords, daimios, famous kabuki stars and to the present day Japanese Imperial Household, we have supplied and maintained our longstanding traditions ensuring that only the best kept secrets are carefully and strategically combined with the latest in Japanese technology to produce some of the world’s most treasured tonics, herbal & food medicine.

The manufacturing outfit in Toyama prefecture & the raw ingredient plant in Okinawa generate over 200 tons of our premium health supplements annually. State-of-the-art GMP facilities, extensive awards, accolades, certifications for JAS (Japanese Organic Certs), USDA Organic Certificate, Japanese Reishi Associate Cert etc, stand testament to our quest and credibility for premium quality ingredients and of our steadfast commitment for continual R&D and the extensive use of Natural Herbal remedies.

Our Products

Priding ourselves in the use of strictly natural, organic and fermented ingredients, followed closely with stringent tests & our proprietary 12-step extraction and selection process, every individual gel capsule lovingly encases superior quality ingredients that are painstakingly subjected to a tedious traditional natural fermentation. This ensures the highest in nutrient absorption and efficacy. It is little wonder that this time honored tradition led to Bio 15 & Biogenics MD being presented with the highest Award of Achievement in 2005, with over 200 gel capsules being consumed worldwide every minute! A trusted name for many generations and a supplier to the Imperial household signifies superior quality & comes with a mark of guarantee.  

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