January 2008 Newsletter

You are receiving this newsletter, either because you have ordered from our company, or you have subscribed to our newsletter.   I would like to thank all of you for your continued business with us. 
We have been fortunate to have found products that do enhance the quality of life for all who use them. Through offering these products we have enjoyed the rewards of helping others help themselves.  Diane


Announcing New Products

We have added 4 new products to our Gematria Product Line.  We are excited about the quality of these products and the help they will offer those who use them.

It is our experience that Cellfood is the foundation for good health as we must oxygenate our cells, and supply our bodies with the minerals, amino acids, enzymes and electrolytes needed by the body for healing and maintaining good health. Cellfood has proven itself over the past 30 years.  Start with Cellfood

New Products! 

Gematria MegSpectrum  Because of the widespread deficiency of magnesium due to inadequate intake, stress and lifestyle factors, and even medications, magnesium supplementation of amino acid chelates can be strongly recommended for almost everyone.

Magnesium is of therapeutic value in treating a myriad of symptoms and health conditions:

Anxiety & panic attacks Hypoglycemia
Asthma Insomnia
Blood clots Kidney disease
Bowel disease Migraine
Cystitis Musculoskeletal conditions
Depression Nerve problems
Obgyn problems Toxicity
Diabetes Osteoporosis
Fatigue Raynaud's syndrome
Heart disease Tooth decay

Gematria GemZymeAspirin, Ibuprofen, Celebrex, Vioxx and the rest of the Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs all work by keeping the body from making all CIC's (Circulating Immune Complex). This ignores the fact that some CIC's are vital to life, like those that maintain the lining of the intestine, and those that keep the kidneys functioning! Systemic enzymes, GemZyme on the other hand are perfectly safe and free of dangerous side effects.

Serrapeptase is proving to be a superior alternative to the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents (NSAIDs) traditionally used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Its uses have also been extended to the treatment of chronic sinusitis and postoperative inflammation, and some researchers believe the substance can play an important role in arterial plaque prevention and removal.

Anti Inflammatory Anti Fibrosis
Blood Cleaning Immune System Modulating
Virus Fighting Cystic Breast Disease
Sinusitis Cardiovascular Implications

Gematria Total Calm
The ability to relax and sleep well is an important part of keeping healthy and preventing stress. Stress can cause or worsen some of our most common killers - cancer, heart disease, and cerebrovascular disease. It is also directly related to other common disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, impotence, depression, anxiety, ulcers and headaches. In addition, the stress of illness itself can hinder recovery from almost any disease.

"It's safe to say that a lack of sufficient sleep in this country is an epidemic and that self-abuse in the sleep area continues at a rampant rate," says Dr. Ronald Chervin, the director of the University of Michigan Sleep Disorder Center and an associate professor of neurology. Studies continue to find a relationship between the poor quantity and quality of one's sleep and many health problems ranging from hypertension and cardiovascular problems to depression and the onset of diabetes.

The ingredients in Total Calm are a combination of GABA, a relaxing neurotransmitter component, L-Taurine, a calming amino acid, and 5HTP, the precursor for making serotonin.

Gematria Vitamin C Complex Vitamin C stimulates the adrenal glands to manufacture cortisone, which is involved combating stress. Vitamin C also plays a key role in the formation of collagen, found in bones, teeth, skin, tendons, arteries, joints, and the eye. This promotes the healing of wounds, fractures and hemorrhages.


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