Pure Energy Rx - Vibrant Living Newsletter
July 25, 2008 RELEASED TWICE MONTHLY Issue No. 104
Hello, Vibrant Reader!

watermelon lizards So far this summer, we've had some very gratifying feedback from new users of our popular E-3 Energy Cream, as well as some of our "regulars." Darcy, from here in Oregon, gives E-3 as a gift to family members for their birthdays and other occasions, and has seen conditions from leg aches to diaper rash relieved in those she loves. Rosalee, a new client was blown away when E-3 managed her longstanding shoulder pain when nothing else ever worked over the years. Read about more E-3 successes on the website, and feel free to send in yours. That's why we love this job!

Every once in a while a news story hits me just right (or wrong), and makes me mad. One story we've included in our Vibrant Living Tips section below. Although I've read extensively on the health dangers of processed sugars, and countless health pundits have preached about it, the "food industry" blindly continues to distract and re-package the stuff in a wider and wider array of products. The thing that ticks me off is the promotion of a processed sugar carrier as a "health food," and some of the worst offenders use this strategy.

Because sugar is naturally enjoyable taste-wise, food profiteers exploit the effect despite mountains of medical data showing all kinds of harm. I guess it's the "profits over public welfare" issue that got me going on this. Luckily, that mountain of medical data does make it out into the general consuming public, and at least in my case, it changed my consuming habits away from processed sugars.

I suppose it was because of that mountain of data against sugar that caused the sugar peddlers to go into stealth mode. But government subsidies for the manufacture of processed sugar certainly are partly to blame. If there was a subsidy for making natural alternative sweeteners such as Stevia or fruits, there could be a significant social impact. The difference, I reckon, is subsidizing existing crop infrastructure versus creating a new one, and that just gets down to plain old laziness--money for nuthin'...

Nonetheless, hope springs eternal for such trends as community gardens, urban farming, and the embracing of the organic lifestyle. It's all a matter of perspective.

Until next time...

In vibrant health,

Wellness at Warp Speed Boyd Boyd signature

Boyd Martin
Customer Service
Pure Energy Rx

Center for Natural Alternative Solutions

sugar Beware of stealth sugar...
We know that refined carbohydrates cause spikes in your blood sugar levels, tell your body to store fat, and put people at increased risk for diabetes. A dollar will buy you about 75 calories' worth of fresh broccoli, but food manufacturers can use that same dollar to purchase 1,815 calories of sugar. And thanks to government subsidies, high fructose corn syrup--the synthetic sweetener found in so many of the foods in our grocery stores--is even cheaper. It should come as no surprise, then, that added sugars are sabotaging nearly ever packaged and prepared food we put in our bodies--pasta sauces, smoothies, even whole grain breads. To help you avoid the impact of stealth sugars that run rampant through our food supply, we've sifted through all the nutritional data to name the eight biggest sugar bombs in America...

  • Most Sugar-Packed Breakfast Cereal - Quaker Natural Granola: Oats, Honey & Raisins (1 cup): 30 g sugars, 420 calories
  • Most Sugar-Packed Salad - Uno Chicago Grill's Spinach, Chicken and Gorgonzola Salad: 38 g sugars, 720 calories
  • Most Sugar-Packed Side Dish - Boston Market's Cinnamon Apples: 42 g sugars, 210 calories
  • Most Sugar-Packed Sandwich - Subway's Foot-Long Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki: 38 g sugars, 740 calories
  • Most Sugar-Packed "Healthy" Food - Panera's Pumpkin Muffin: 47 g sugars, 530 calories
  • Most Sugar-Packed Kids Meal - Oscar Mayer Maxed Out Turkey & Cheddar Cracker Combo Lunchables: 61 g sugars, 680 calories
  • Most Sugar-Packed Breakfast - Bob Evans? Stacked & Stuffed Strawberry Banana Cream Hotcakes: 102 g sugars, 1,200 calories
  • The Most Sugar-Packed Food in America - Baskin Robbins Large York® Peppermint Pattie Shake: 281 g sugars, 2,210 calories
Baskin Robbins' line of candy-based beverages are horrendous on so many accounts: Each large shake has a day?s worth of calories, up to three days of saturated fat, and an ingredient list so long--some more than seven inches--it requires an advanced degree in chemistry to decipher. This particular caloric catastrophe has more sugar than 11 Peppermint Patties! MORE

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Body, mind, spirit news...

  • Toxic Fragrances Found in Laundry Soaps and Air Fresheners
    A study of top-selling laundry products and air fresheners found the products emitted dozens of different chemicals. All six products tested gave off at least one chemical regulated as toxic or hazardous under federal laws, but none of those chemicals was listed on the product labels...
  • Elderly Don't Need As Much Sleep, Study Finds
    Old people are known to be lousy sleepers, but a new study suggests it might all be in their heads, at least for many of them. Medications, poor health, bad bedtime habits (such as watching a movie or drinking coffee or booze), circadian rhythms, and too much or too little in their personal "sleep bank" have all taken the blame for seniors' common complaints of insomnia...
  • The latest cell phone-cancer warning
    The head of a prominent cancer research institute issued an unprecedented warning to his faculty and staff last week: Limit cell phone use because of the possible risk of cancer...
  • The Garbage-Into-Gas race
    Last week, a company called Fulcrum BioEnergy said it would start construction later this year on a $120 million plant at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center, in Storey County, Nev., to make 10.5 million gallons of ethanol a year from 90,000 tons of garbage. Operation would begin in early 2010...
  • Urban Farming: Skyscraper Farms gain interest
    What if ?eating local? in Shanghai or New York meant getting your fresh produce from five blocks away? And what if skyscrapers grew off the grid, as verdant, self-sustaining towers where city slickers cultivated their own food? ...
  • Meditation slows AIDS progression: Study
    Researchers have tested a stress-lowering program called mindfulness meditation, defined as practicing an open and receptive awareness of the present moment, avoiding thinking of the past or worrying about the future. The more often the volunteers meditated, the higher their CD4 T-cell counts ..
  • Trans fats banned in California restaurant food
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed legislation on Friday making California the first U.S. state to prohibit restaurants from preparing food with trans fats, which clog arteries and raise the risk of heart disease. The bill will be phased in starting in 2010 across California...
  • U.S. Cities Ranked by Walkability
    WalkScore.com ranks 2,508 neighborhoods in the U.S. for how walkable they are. The top four U.S. cities, according to WalkScore, are: 1. San Francisco, 2. New York City, 3. Boston 4. Chicago. Find your city's Walkscore...

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