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Freggies - New Way to Eat Your Fruit and Vegetables

  • Publish Date : 2011/07/19
  • Author : SimpleXity Health


SimpleXity Health Freggies capsules are packed with a premium phytonutrient concentrate along with 12 organic berries whole food organic vegetables and nutrient dense organic blue-green microalgae.

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SimpleXity Health Unveils Creative New Way to "Eat" Your Veggies - New nutritional product hopes to simplify meeting national fruit and vegetable dietary goals.

We all remember the mantra from our mother growing up, "Make sure you eat your fruits and vegetables." Now that we are older, the advice hasn't changed and it appears many people still aren't listening.

According to the most recent report by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) only 32.5% of Americans are eating the recommended 2 daily servings of fruit and even fewer, 26.3%, are getting the recommended 3 daily servings of vegetables.

SimpleXity Health hopes to change all that.

"We recognize that people's lives are busier now than ever before," says Rollan Roberts II, SimpleXity Health President. "But a busy lifestyle does not mean we have to compromise on nutrition. We wanted to create a simple, easy way for people to get the incredible health and nutritional benefits of a diet rich in fruits and vegetables without having to sacrifice a lot of time, energy or money."

SimpleXity Health, the nation's premier supplier of organic blue-green micro-algae nutritional products, announced today the launch of its latest nutritional product, Freggies. Each capsule is packed with a premium phytonutrient concentrate, along with 12 organic berries, whole food organic vegetables such as spinach, kale, tomatoes, carrots, beets and the energizing superfood power from nutrient-dense organic blue-green micro-algae, delivering in two daily capsules the equivalent of a full day's serving of fruits and vegetables.

"This is a great way for people to supplement their diet and easily ensure they are getting great nutrition," Roberts continues. "In addition to getting the essential vitamins, minerals and fiber we all need, Freggies also offers the tremendous added benefit of super food blue green micro-algae, one of the oldest and most nutrient dense foods on the planet."

About SimpleXity Health - SimpleXity Health is the world's leading supplier of organic blue-green micro-algae (Aphaninozenom flos-aquae), one of nature's oldest and most nutrient dense foods. Founded in 1983 to promote health and wellness and provide the world with easy access to the incredible nutritional properties of blue-green algae, SimpleXity Health is located in Klamath Falls, Oregon. All of the organic blue-green algae is wild harvested from Upper Klamath Lake in Southern Oregon, one of nature's most abundant sources for this specific algae. Each of the SimpleXity Health products is specifically formulated to address one or more nutritional needs; to nourish, energize, protect or renew - the four building blocks of health. Since 1992, the company has also been committed to sharing its products and financial resources with people in need across the globe through its charitable foundation, Simple Solutions. Company products are sold through independent distributors. More information about the company, its product line and the nutritional benefits of blue-green algae can be found at www.simplexityhealth.com

Freggies are now available through SimpleXity Health's independent distributors and online at www.simplexityhealth.com

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