Monday, November 8, 2010

Oil Eases the Way to Longer Engine/Body Life

"Look how dirty this filter is.  You need to replace it," I was told at the Autobody shop today.  "And you need fresh oil too."  This was just part of the regular tune up for my car.


Think about it.  Are you and I taking as much care to tune up our bodies regularly, as we do our cars?

What's the oil and the filter for our bodies that need to be replaced or added regularly?

The filter:  your liver.  It filters toxins from the blood; and stores many vitamins and minerals, including iron and B12.  The liver is the body's second largest organ and its largest gland.  It manufactures many important blood proteins; assists in the conversion of fats, amino acids, vitamins and minerals into more usable forms; makes important structural components, including cell membrane compounds.

Hepa Plus is Usana's comprehensive liver support formula that promotes and balances the body's detoxification processes.  It also protects against oxidative stress with antioxidant protection. We take this every day.  It's that important.

The Oil: Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids (EFA's) are every bit as essential to your health as vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. They are major factors for heart health and so much more. The body needs them but cannot make them on its own.  Therefore, they must come from your diet.

OptOmega - Usana's blend of all -natural vegetarian essential fatty acids from certified organic cold-pressed flax seed, sunflower seed, pumpkin seed and extra-virgin olive oils.

BiOmega - High quality ultra-pure fish oil supplement.  Provides advanced and guaranteed levels of EPA and DHA, two long-chain omega-3 fatty acids important for healthy brain function.  It also supports sound cardiovascular health.


So there you have it.  A daily tune-up for your body, with the right oils and help for a clean filter system.


Deanna Waters  
Ready to help you with your daily tune-up for optimal health
Call or e-mail  1-888-320-8250   thewatersedge@shaw.ca
 





 


 
 

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