Maine is a land of rugged extremes. Where in nature the weak perish in the strong get stronger.
Maine also has some of the most mineral-rich and nutrient dense soil on earth resulting from glaciers having ground down ancient and highly complex mineralization from one of the world’s oldest mountain ranges, the Appalachians.
The extreme environment and rich soils are what have caused Wild Maine Blueberries to thrive loading them with some of the highest known concentrations of reparative bioactive compounds called anthocyanin’s.
Blueberry compounds are so effective at supporting deep cellular repair that a recent study has shown that they may increase human life span by up to 28%!
Their incredible flavor and abounding nutrients have made Wild Maine Blueberries one of the most highly sought after fruits by health aficionados and connoisseurs.
Here at Living Nutzwe believe that we have found a couple of products that represent some of the easiest and most delicious ways to load your body with these reparative bioactive compounds.
One product is a certified Organic “Whole Plant” blueberry tea. Using the whole plant with the leaves and stem results in a product that has almost twice the amount of antioxidants then the berries alone.
And it has half of the glycemic index making it a very easy way to get a lot of the blueberries antioxidants with very little fructose. This is the only whole plant tea on the market
The other product that we carry is called “blueberry bark.” This is made from the sweet blueberry fruit that’s harvested at the peak of summer and dehydrated into a yummy blueberry chip. There are no sweeteners, sulfites or preservatives in either the blueberry tea or bark. All that is contained within them is the certified organic wild Maine blueberry fruit and plant.
These two products represent a wonderful way to enjoy the health benefit and flavor of this incredible Maine Super Fruit.
As part of an introductory offer these products are on sale for all of our customers. Please go to LivingNutz.com and get a taste of Maine.