Issue: #8 6/17/2016
In This Issue
Smoothie Of The Week:
Swiss Bliss
Why Swiss chard?
Recent research has shown that Swiss chard leaves contain at least 13 different polyphenol antioxidants. 
*Talk about healthy.

Here is what you'll need:
-1 bunch Swiss chard
-1/2 cup frozen raspberries
-1/2 cup frozen pineapple
-1/2 cup frozen peaches
-3 tablespoons chopped mint
-1 fresh orange squeezed
-reverse osmosis water

Here is what you'll do:
Combine the Swiss chard, raspberries, pineapple, and peaches in a blender or like device. Blend ingredients until semi smooth. Slowly squeeze the fresh orange into the mixture and continue to blend. You may use more than one orange if desired. Add mint and blend. Once the Swiss bliss in well blended, begin to add the reverse osmosis water to obtain desired texture.


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Thanks for the great responses to the smoothies. This one is ultra healthy, but we promise to come back with a more kid friendly and easy to make smoothie next newsletter. We hear you breakfast people. keep the questions and ideas coming, we enjoy all the feedback. Stay cool out there. 
As we march into summer, some places have seen a rash of rain turn quickly into intense heat. The combination of high temperatures and humidity can cause heat indexes to skyrocket.
Extreme heat pushes your body beyond its normal limits. Under normal circumstances your internal thermostat sends signals to make you sweat. The sweat evaporates and cools your body.  However, extreme heat causes the evaporation process to slow and the body to work harder to maintain a normal temperature.  These conditions can overload your system and lead to heat-related illness and even death. Heat kills more people in the U.S. than tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and lightning combined, according to the National Weather Service.

-People at greatest risk of experiencing heat-related illness:
  1. Older people 65 years old or older may not compensate for heat stress efficiently and are less likely to sense and respond to change in temperature.
  2. Infants and children up to 4 years old are sensitive to the effects of high temperatures and rely on others to regulate their environments and provide adequate liquids.
  3. People who are overweight may be prone to heat sickness because of their tendency to retain more body heat.
  4. People who are physically ill, especially with heart disease or high blood pressure, may be affected by extreme heat.
  5. People who take certain medications, such as for depression, insomnia, or poor circulation, may be affected by extreme heat.
  6. People who overexert themselves may become dehydrated and susceptible to heat sickness. Take caution if you work outdoors, exercise outside or use drugs or alcohol.

We all know people that fit into these categories. Make sure to keep properly hydrated. Drink at least half your body weight in water per day. Increase that amount if you must be active or spend time outdoors in extreme heat. The more you sweat, the more water you need to take in.

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Question of the week.
This question pops up a lot because many people still have older information from earlier versions of our EMF/EMR protection products. We used to recommend removing the pendants that were on a silk string before swimming or showering in order to maintain the silk string. We also told people to remove the eTag, when it used polarized energies, before going to bed at night. Neither of these issues are a concern anymore. The EP2 uses a heavy duty, yet very comfortable nylon string string that always it to be worn during any activity. The new EMF/EMR protection frequencies now longer require polarization and give much improved protection and cellular support. All in all, the EP2 is a pretty worry free package. 
A last note on local news. This weeks local spotlight falls on western Morgan County and eastern Lawrence County, AL. The West Morgan East Lawrence Water and Sewer Authority has advised the approximately 100,000 people served by their water system not to drink tap water until further notice due to potentially hazardous levels of chemical contaminants PFOA and PFOS. A temporary filter is expected to be completed in September at a cost of around $4 million. The plans call for a granular activated carbon system that forces water through six box-car sized filters before sending it on to customers. This warning was issued on May 19th. The chemicals could be harmful to humans at lower concentrations than previously thought, and the water authority board decided to issue the do-not-drink advisory on the recommendation of general manager Don Sims. Notice that the chemicals could be harmful to humans at lower concentrations than previously thought. That is a very scary quote. Take matters into your own hands. GET A FILTER!
Thank you to everyone for being active in your health and wellness. It isn't easy to sift through all the information out there. We would like to help. Please feel free to bring us your questions. We would also like to have your tips and healthy tricks such as snacks, recipes, and even exercises.
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