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Saba for Life

Written by  Peter Blackerby
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PeterBlackerbary.pngWhat’s all the Buzz about Adaptogens?

Why are doctors, nutritionist and athletic trainers clamoring to get it to their clients and friends? I’ve been taking vitamins minerals and eating healthy for years and I had not heard of adaptogens until now...

According to Wikipedia:

The term adaptogen is used by herbalists to refer to a natural herb product that is proposed to increase the body’s resistance to stress, trauma, anxiety and fatigue. In the past, they have been called rejuvenating herbs…

The concept of adaptogens dates back thousands of years to ancient India and China, but modern study did not begin until the late 1940s. In 1947, Nikolai Lazarev defined an adaptogen as an agent that allows the body to counter adverse physical, chemical, or biological stressors by raising nonspecific resistance toward such stress, thus allowing the organism to “adapt” to the stressful circumstances.”

- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

But, that might be too scientific an explanation. Put in another way (in plain American English) if something is going haywire with your body, adaptogens can regulate it.

SABA for Life

Q: Are stress related conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, adverse fatigue, erectile dysfunction helped by adaptogens?

A: Although such claims cannot be made about nutritional products, you can research and learn about the subject and make your own decision. You can attend a Free Seminar 7pm every Thursday night, located at 2160 Sunnydale Blvd. in Clearwater.

The seminar is hosted by Dr. Reed D.C. MMD who delivers an eye opening presentation on SABA, a unique adaptogen-antioxidant blend available in a delicious juice. His presentation addresses the various causes of stress and its effects on the human body.

I have tried many “miracle cures,” juices, vitamins and minerals in my day and most of them left me disappointed. This is the first one I have personally tried that produced a significant and life-changing result. Call me for a free phone consultation (813) 810-2910 and confirmation for the Thursday presentation.

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- Tampa Bay Informer
The Good News Newspaper

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