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NP - Nature Provides Salba the Super Grain - NP November 14, 2007 8:53 AM

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 November 14, 2007 9:01 AM

thanks, Neo. Let us know how you like it!



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 November 14, 2007 9:02 AM

can you say chee uh??? you can save $$$ salba is chia...i've been eating chia for several mo's now...energy levels have risen...there is a story of Mr. Bragg the health guru...bragg's vinegar etc...he climbed a mtn??? (i forget which one) at age 92 w/ 2 teams of people...his group only ate chia...the other group could eat any foods they wanted...all of his group finished the climb...the other group's numbers were greatly diminished and what was left of them finished 2 1/2 hrs behind Bragg's group...plus this was the food of the Aztec's and Apache...this is how they survived in the desert w/o water for long periods of time...so enjoy chhh chhh chh chia...  [ send green star]
 
 November 14, 2007 9:09 AM

I'm new to Chia and Salba both but from I'm reading, the Chia is predominately black grains with a few white grains. The white grains are the ones that have many more nutrients so those are what Salba is grown from. So to me, Salba packs more nutrient bang for your buck.

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Neo, Right you are buddie! November 14, 2007 10:22 AM

 

A special report by Alan Inglis, M.D., "America's Country Doctor"

Free Cookie Recipe below!

Stealth health food
STUNS RESEARCHERS...

Amazing discovery leaves all other "superfoods" in the dust!
Gram for gram it packs:

  • 6 times more calcium than whole milk...
  • 15 times more magnesium than broccoli...
  • 3 times more antioxidant capacity than fresh blueberries...
  • More fiber than flaxseed, more protein than soy...

 

"Dr. Inglis is one of a small circle of a new generation of doctors that is embracing wholeheartedly many of the insights and methods of complementary and alternative medicine. The combining of the best of both worlds is long overdue and it is courageous of Dr. Inglis to make an attempt at this fusion. My own relationship with the Country Doctor has been extraordinarily beneficial for me both as his patient and colleague in alternative medicine."

J. Smith, MS, CNS

Dear Health Conscious Friend:

What if I told you that this "ultimate superfood" has been sitting right under our noses for over 500 years...

And totally ignored until just recently!

It's a grain you never heard of, yet the ancient Aztecs of Mexico prized it more highly than gold. They fed it to their athletes, used it as medicine, even offered it up to their gods and...

They believed that this grain gave them
supernatural ENERGY AND POWER...

And maybe it did, in a manner of speaking. (As you'll see below!)

Yet, when the Spanish Conquistadors looted and ruined the ancient Aztec Empire, this nutritional treasure all but vanished with it. The Spaniards named the grain Salvia Hispanica L and then it was promptly forgotten.

Well, so far it's just a colorful Aztec legend, right? But everything suddenly changed when...

500 years later, researchers
finally
started running tests...

And when the first results came in, they nearly fell over. They noticed that Salvia Hispanica L came in two colors black and white. The black ones proved unremarkable. But the white ones tested off the charts!

More energy and sleeping better!
"I am a 71 year old grandmother and what I envy most is people with energy. [Now] I have energy without nervousness, more stamina and I'm able to stay up longer at night and sleep well. I would recommend [Salba] to anyone who is looking to feel great. Thank you."
--Pamela Giovanni

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 November 14, 2007 10:29 AM

So they bred a strain of purely white grains, tested them again and the results clearly showed they had found a nutritional goldmine. They renamed this super grain Salba. And just for starters, it turns out to be...

A rich, dense SUPER-SOURCE of Omega 3s...

Plus, each tiny granule, gram for gram, contains more fiber than flaxseed, more protein than soy, more calcium than whole milk, 15 times more magnesium than broccoli and it can be mixed into practically all of your favorite foods!

More later about how easy it is to use and cook with. But first, let me explain exactly why this stealth health food truly turns out to be "the food of the gods". You see, Salba is so nutritionally dense that just two tablespoons a day could help you

Super charge your heart health...

You've probably heard a lot lately about Omega 3 fatty acids. I recommend it to my own patients, and even the American Heart Association agrees that Omega 3s can help:

    • Promote healthy heart functions...
    • Balance cholesterol levels...
    • Lower blood pressure...
    • Support a healthy cardiovascular system...

Maybe you knew all that, but until recently, nobody knew that...

Salba is among the richest sources of Omega 3 fatty acids of any whole food in the history of nutrition! In fact, gram for gram, these little granules contain 8 times more Omega 3 fatty acids than the equivalent weight of fresh Atlantic salmon.

Mind you, I'm not saying "stop eating salmon." Salmon contains different kinds of Omega 3, including high amounts of DHA and EPA...while Salba's Omega 3s are mainly in the form of alpha linolenic acid. And it's best to have all of these forms. But Salba's heart health benefits don't stop there...

Because your heart and arteries also need plenty of magnesium. And many people, my patients included, don't get enough magnesium in their daily diet. Yet, here's where Salba comes to the rescue again.

Gram for gram, Salba has 15 times more magnesium than broccoli!

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 November 14, 2007 10:31 AM

Dial down your digestive distresses...

No more digestive troubles!
"Before the Salba, no matter what I ate or took I had indigestion, constipation, cold hands and feet, and low energy… [Now] I have never felt better. Thanks Salba!"
--S. Winston,
Woodstock, Ontario

I bet your doctor's told you "Get more fiber in your diet." And I'm here to tell you that he's absolutely correct. The right kind of fiber can help you solve a huge array of digestive distresses, including:

  • Diarrhea...
  • Constipation...
  • Bowel Discomfort...
  • Cranky Colon...
  • Bloating...
  • Gas...

Great, but there's one major catch. Most high fiber supplements taste like sawdust so even my own patients often give up on them.

Salba is a good source of fiber Just a little bit each day goes a long, long way and makes your morning cereal, shake or smoothie even more delicious! (As you'll see, you can even bake yummy cookies with it.)

Give your bones a big boost...

You've heard it a million times: you need calcium to build strong bones. And the very best way

to get it is in calcium rich foods. Yet according to The National Dairy Council, only 25% of us are getting the recommended amount of calcium in our diets.

Gram for gram, Salba has 6 times more calcium than milk

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 November 14, 2007 10:42 AM

Muscle up!

Ever notice how, as we get older, we tend to lose muscle mass and tone? Even if you're exercising, your aging muscles won't stand a chance unless you power them up with plenty of protein every day.

And here lies a problem, because many protein sources harbor health risks of their own. Personally, I try not to eat too much red meat...and the jury is still out on how much soy is too much.

Yet again, the solution is simple. Salba! Not only does Salba contain more protein than soy it's higher quality protein.

You see, the protein in Salba contains all the essential amino acids your body needs. It's efficiently digested and it's not processed with chemicals (like many soy products are . Plus, Salba will help you....

Flush out those nasty free radicals...

If you hate flaxseed, you'll love Salba...

(And if you like flaxseed, you'll adore Salba!)

Forget the sawdust waxy cardboard taste and texture of flaxseed. Salba tastes totally neutral and will take on the flavor of whatever it's mixed with. And it doesn't give your foods a gritty texture.

Don't like grinding up flaxseed? That's another plus for Salba. You can sprinkle the tiny seeds in your yogurt or cereal or you can grind it and blend with the flour in your home baked breads, cakes and cookies.

And Salba's nutritional content leaves flaxseed in the dust. Gram for gram, it's got more Omega 3, more fiber and way more calcium and magnesium.

I call them "nasty" because free radicals are like little terrorists, threatening your cells. These unstable oxygen molecules are created when your cells burn fuel. Your body is swarming with them and they're one of the biggest culprits in the aging process.

Well the good news is that you can "clean out" these free radicals with compounds called antioxidants. And maybe you've heard that blueberries are a rich source of antioxidants. They are. But did you know...

Gram for gram, Salba has three times the antioxidant capacity of fresh blueberries! So maybe you're starting to see how...

Salba simply blows away other "superfoods"!

Why? Well one reason is that Salba is so nutritionally dense. Unlike fruit, berries and vegetables, which are mostly air and water...each grain of Salba is like a "neutron star" of nutritional goodies, packed with millions of miracle molecules. So many that you need just 2 tablespoons a day.

 

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 November 14, 2007 10:44 AM

RECIPE!
Salba Enriched Peanut Butter Cookies

Crunchy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside, Salba Enriched Peanut Butter Cookies taste almost too good to be true. You'd never dream they're chock full of Omega 3 and fiber!

Ingredients:

1 cup unsweetened applesauce
1 cup crunchy peanut butter
1 teaspoon vanilla
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup white sugar
1 to 1 1/3 cup whole wheat flour
(start with 1 cup and add more if needed )
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup Salba

Directions:

Preheat oven to 275 degrees. Combine applesauce, peanut butter and vanilla together, mixing with a spoon. In another bowl, combine the brown and white sugar, whole-wheat flour, baking soda and salt. Combine contents of the two bowls and slowly mix in the Salba.

Make 20 balls and space them out on a cookie sheet, flattening the balls a bit. Bake cookies at 275 for 20 minutes in middle rack of oven. Cookies should be soft when they come out of the oven. Place them on a wire rack and let them cool for 15 minutes.

Yield: 20 cookies
Nutritional Content Per Cookie:
Total Protein: 3.6 grams
Total Fat: 5.4 grams
Omega 3: 1.4 gram

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 November 14, 2007 10:51 AM

In fact, Salba contains
more than 30 nutrients in their pure form...

That's right, in addition to everything I've detailed above, Salba is also surprisingly rich in vitamins A,

B2, B3, B6, C and Thiamin. Plus 20 minerals and trace elements, 17 fatty acids and 16 different amino acids.

Plus, Salba is completely:

  • All natural!
  • Non allergenic!
  • Gluten free!
  • Non GMO!

And Salba is grown under highly controlled conditions in Peru known for its ideal climate and pristine environment.

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anonymous  November 14, 2007 11:44 AM

I'd like to see the studies proving salba is more nutritious than the grain it was modified from. This seems illogical to me -- but I don't know that much about it so I'm keeping an open mind. Either way, I'm very happy to know about chia and salba! I've recently become a vegan and another source of complete protein is much appreciated! Thanks for the info everyone!  [report anonymous abuse]
 
 November 14, 2007 7:46 PM

for the info on Salba. I'm going to look into it more because coincidentally I have been trying to find more safe fish to get Omega 3s but if this will do the trick instead, all the better.

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Grow your own November 14, 2007 8:14 PM

Here you can order viable seeds and grow your own. It does not seem like there is much difference between white and black.

Chia seeds
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 November 15, 2007 10:20 AM

Well so far I'm seeing that the white grains are being grown in a protected territory in Peru in an effort to give them more health values. Do we have organic gardeners here that can give their input on that?  [ send green star]
 
 November 15, 2007 3:08 PM

you can purchase organic chia... my next step is to grow my own... i'm limited on finances...and organic chia can be purchased for 1/3 or more  less than the cost of salba..i know chia has upped my energy levels...my fight w/ cancer and other maladies had drained me of energy...i had chia gel in organic oj yesterday...had shopping and running to do for my mother...from 9:30 a.m. until 10:00 pm the only other thing i had to eat was an almond butter energy ball at health food store...about 4:00 p.m. and fared quite well!!! everything i have read leads me to believe that there is little if any benefit to salba over chia unless you are marketing the salba...i read the same newsletter from dr. inglis...that is what led me to chia...over 2 mo's ago...i also read testimonials on both sides from several sites...you be the judge...maybe someone from group who has the finances should do a blind chia-salba test...using two or more participants???

just my opp...any bomb threats, blood letters, or marriage propsals should be directed to me!!!

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 February 09, 2008 5:23 PM

CONSUMER HEALTH ALERT

These fresh-baked BROWNIES...

...contain a secret superfood that leaves broccoli, blueberries, flaxseed, soy and salmon in the dust!

It's not the chocolate. Keep reading for great news about your blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol balance, energy, skin, joints, digestion and so much more...

A special report from Allan Spreen, MD.

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 February 09, 2008 5:27 PM

Did our Creator make a PERFECT FOOD?

Stunned researchers now say "YES." Gram for gram, this amazing discovery packs awesome amounts of Omega 3 fatty acids, plus:

  • 6 times more calcium than whole milk...
  • 15 times more magnesium than broccoli...
  • 3 times more antioxidant power than fresh blueberries...
  • More fiber than flaxseed...
  • More protein than soy...

Imagine a food so perfect that just a tiny bit every morning could transform your entire day. You simply stir a bit into your cereal or yogurt, and presto...

  • Suddenly, you're surging with energy all day long, and sleeping better at night...
  • You've never been more regular, as occasional constipation, diarrhea, bloating, gas and cramps simply disappear...
  • Weight-control becomes more manageable, as hunger pangs and cravings vanish, and you feel amazingly satisfied...

Then, as the weeks go by, imagine...

  • Your heart, arteries, blood pressure and even your cholesterol balance are all behaving beautifully...
  • Your joints feel youthful as stiffness fades...
  • Friends say you're even looking younger and compliment you on your skin...

And what if I told you this miracle can transform all kinds of delicious foods? You can blend it into your breakfast shake, make mouthwatering dinners with it, bake cookies with it, and it makes everything more satisfying! Yes...

IT EVEN MAKES BROWNIES
TASTE MORE DELICIOUS

No, it's not chocolate. This "perfect food" blows chocolate (and every other contender) out of the water. Yet ironically, it's been sitting right under our noses for over 500 years -- and totally ignored until just recently.

It's a grain you've never heard of, yet the ancient Aztecs prized it more highly than gold. They fed it to their athletes, used it as medicine, even offered it to their gods...

Ancient Aztecs believed it gave them supernatural
ENERGY & POWER...

And maybe it did, in a manner of speaking Spanish conquistadores named it Salvia Hispanica L, promptly forgot about it -- and that was that for the next five centuries. Well, so far it's just a colorful Aztec legend, right? But everything suddenly changed just recently, when scientists finally took an interest in it...

And when modern researchers ran tests,
THEY NEARLY FELL OVER...

They noticed that Salvia Hispanica L. came in two colors -- black and white. The black ones proved unremarkable. But the white ones tested off the charts!

So they bred a strain of purely white grains, tested them again, and the results clearly showed they had found a nutritional goldmine. Scientists named this super-grain Salba®. And just for starters, it turns out to be...

This super-grain turns out to be the "bread of heaven"
FOR YOUR HEART!

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 February 09, 2008 5:29 PM

Gram for gram, Salba has 8 times more Omega 3 fatty acids than fresh Atlantic salmon...

Let me be clear that I'm not knocking salmon. I love it! Salmon contains different kinds of Omega 3, including high amounts of DHA and EPA -- while Salba's Omega 3 content is mainly in the form of alpha linolenic acid. I believe it's best to have both forms of Omega 3...

But you can't bake salmon into
BANANA BREAD...

And whoever heard of salmon cookies! The beauty of Salba is that you can sneak it into any meal, from your breakfast oatmeal, to lunchtime macaroni and cheese, to all kinds of delicious dinners and desserts. (More about this below, including a free recipe.)

Better still, Salba is richer in this special form of Omega 3 fatty acids than any other whole food I've ever evaluated. That's heavenly news for your heart!

After all, even the American Heart Association agrees that Omega 3 fatty acids can help...

  • Promote healthy heart functions...
  • Maintain healthy cholesterol levels...
  • Keep your blood pressure right where it's supposed to be...
  • Support a healthy cardiovascular system...

And the news gets even better, because Salba's way more than a super-source of Omega 3. For example...

Your heart and arteries need
SCADS OF MAGNESIUM...

And lots of us don't get enough in our diets. Broccoli's a fine source of magnesium, but do you eat it every day? Of course not! Happily, though, gram for gram...

SALBA HAS 15 TIMES MORE
magnesium than fresh broccoli

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 February 09, 2008 5:31 PM

Intrigued? We're just getting warmed up. Let's move a few inches down from your heart and see what Salba does for your gut...

What's griping your gut?
SALBA SOLVES IT ALL

Eases occasional constipation, diarrhea,
bloating, cramps, gas and more!

Whenever I told my patients, "Get more fiber," they used to protest, "But Dr. Spreen, fiber gives me the trots!" Does that ring a bell? You can't win!

You take something for your constipation, and wind up with diarrhea. Then your exhausted colon shuts down, and you're constipated again. It's a vicious cycle...

But Salba has an uncanny power to solve both miseries at once. Plus, it could help to reduce bloating, gas, cramps and even hunger pangs in the bargain. How? The reason is simple...

You see, Salba isn't just the richest whole-food source of fiber that I've ever examined. Each tiny granule is packed with two types of fiber, in ideal balance.

Colon-calmer #1. Salba's insoluble fiber gently "scrubs" debris and toxins from your colon walls, banishing buildup and blockage. No more constipation.

Colon-calmer #2. Salba's soluble fiber soaks up water, so stools don't get too loose. No more diarrhea.


Not too firm, not too loose! Best of all, when you've got both kinds of fiber working in perfect balance, your bowels move along like a perfectly scheduled train -- right on time. Reader after reader writes, "I can't remember when I was this regular." Now it's true that other foods may also contain both kinds of fiber. But...

Salba works 3 ways better

1. Salba quickly absorbs 12 times its weight in water. That's phenomenal. More than twice as much as flaxseed. This is a key reason why Salba is so incredibly soothing. Just like a wet sponge glides across a counter, Salba helps your food glide calmly and cleanly through your digestive tract.

2. Over 35% of Salba is fiber, considerably higher than wheat bran or flaxseed. You'd need to eat 1¾ cups of bran to get the fiber in just a few ounces of Salba.

3. Salba doesn't taste like sawdust! Its flavor is neutral, so it just "disappears" when you stir it into your favorite breakfast food or shake.

Plus, of course, those other foods won't give you Salba's incredible energy boost...

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 February 09, 2008 5:33 PM

No more fatigue or jitters! Salba powers you up as smoothly as a Rolls Royce engine...

Ancient Aztecs called it their "running food." Legend has it that just a spoonful of Salvia Hispanica L. was enough to power an Aztec runner through a grueling, 24-hour forced march...

And my desk is stacked with letters attesting
SALBA'S ENERGY BOOST IS NO MYTH

"120% more productive! I could barely get out of bed, until Salba!" −Jared L., Arizona

"Energy without nervousness and more stamina. I am 71 years old -- now I'm able to stay up longer at night and sleep so well!" --Danielle G.

"I no longer need naps and that is really great for a 75 year old! I have more energy to go shopping, out to lunches with friends!" --Janet W., Arizona

And this is jitter-free energy. Not the kind you get from caffeine-drenched drinks that leave you to crash and burn.

HOW CAN THIS BE? I believe it's because Salba is such a complete superfood. It provides at least three "energizers" that your tired-out body has been missing:

ENERGIZER #1. Over 30 different nutrients in their whole food form. Every tiny grain of Salba is like a "neutron star" of nutrients that your body desperately needs. And any doctor will tell you that it's always best to get your nutrients in the form of food.

ENERGIZER #2. Super-rich fiber. All the fiber in Salba slows down your digestion, giving your nutrients an even better chance of getting absorbed. It also evens out your absorption of carbohydrates, so your cells get a slow, smooth supply of fuel.

Yet even though it pumps you up so powerfully, Salba actually makes you less hungry...

ENERGIZER #3 Muscle up! With nature's PERFECT PROTEIN FOOD. Vegetarian or not, your muscles need plenty of protein to stay strong and toned. Salba is not only richer in protein than soy -- its protein is more complete. Unlike soy, Salba's protein contains all the essential amino acids that your body needs to build muscle. And it's not processed with chemicals, as so many soy products are. That's why I call Salba the perfect protein source. You get all the protein benefit of eating red meat, without the risk.



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 February 09, 2008 5:36 PM

World's healthiest way to
HALT HUNGER PANGS

Just a smidgen of Salba with any meal makes
slimming down a snap!

Ask your doctor. Nobody needs dangerous weight loss aids, but everybody needs plenty of soluble fiber with meals. Why? Because soluble fiber expands in your stomach and intestine, making you feel comfortably full for hours.

And Salba is the superstar of soluble fiber foods! It absorbs 12 times its volume in water, making even small-portion meals feel like a feast.

Readers agree that it really works! For example, Devonne D. writes that, when she simply adds a bit of Salba to her morning cereal, "I'm not as hungry as normal! I feel fuller and can hold off longer." You'll be amazed at how satisfied you feel, and you'll get an extra bonus...

Say "so long" to maddening
MIDNIGHT MUNCHIES

Your hunger is never completely satisfied until your "nutrient banks" are full. And, as Salba travels through your stomach and intestines, it gradually delivers a rich payload of over 30 different nutrients -- all night long.

Plus, it's so quick and easy to add Salba's goodness to nearly any dish or meal...

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 February 09, 2008 5:38 PM

The safe, natural way to promote healthy BLOOD SUGAR

Yes, Salba excels at this too. That's because high-fiber foods also slow your digestion. And when that happens, your intestines are slower to absorb carbohydrates. As a result, simply adding Salba to your favorite dishes can help lower the "glycemic load" of the entire meal. That's super news for loved ones watching their blood sugar!

And it's so low in calories. Twelve grams of Salba contain just 46 calories and ZERO sugars.

My blood glucose levels would always spike after meals.
"With Salba, they remain more constant." −J. Ross, Indiana

More stable in the morning!
"Salba keeps my blood sugar more stable throughout the morning. I went on vacation without my Salba and couldn't wait to start back on it!" −Sacha M., Ohio

More stable at night!
"Before Salba, my blood (Insert small pic of Salba here on the right) sugar fluctuated up and down. I found that after taking Salba, my blood sugar is more stable, especially at night." −C. Campbell, Ontario

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 February 09, 2008 5:41 PM

So easy and fun to cook with,
IT'S ALMOST SINFUL!

Salba turns all kinds of "guilty pleasures" into stealth superfoods --
even these mouthwatering brownies!

If you hate to cook, you'll love Salba. Just stir crushed Salba into your favorite hot or cold cereal, and you're done. Or you can whip it up with your morning shake, add it to fruit-flavored yogurt, or sprinkle it onto salads. No cooking skills of any kind are required...

But if you love to cook,
YOU'LL ADORE SALBA...

Because it's the world's most versatile superfood by a country mile. You can bake it into breads, brownies, cookies and other desserts...mix it into burgers, casseroles, stir fries or other main courses...sneak it into dozens of your favorite dishes and make them all suddenly healthier.

  • It's the perfect fat replacement. Salba makes foods more moist and delicious, because it absorbs 12 times its weight in water. Plus, of course, Salba replaces less-healthy fats with heart-healthy Omega 3 fatty acids.
  • An ideal thickener for soups, stocks and gravies, because it absorbs so much water.
  • Awesome addition to vegetarian dishes, because it's so rich in protein. And remember, this is complete protein, with all the essential amino acids you need.
  • No gritty texture. When you crush Salba in a blender or coffee grinder, it virtually disappears into the recipe.
  • No woody aftertaste. Unlike flaxseed, Salba has a neutral flavor, so it can be seamlessly added to recipes.
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 February 09, 2008 5:44 PM

FREE RECIPE!
Salba Fudge Nut Brownies

Salba makes yummy treats like these taste even more moist and decadent. Set out a plateful and poof -- they'll be gone!

Ingredients

1 lb semi-sweet chocolate morsels
¾ cup all purpose flour
1 cup butter
4 medium eggs
1 cup hazelnuts
5 T. Salba (crushed in coffee grinder or blender)
¼ tsp salt
1 cup sugar
2 tsp vanilla extract

Instructions

In a heavy saucepan, melt chocolate chips and butter. Add sugar, Salba and salt, and stir until dissolved. Cool for 10 minutes. Stir in beaten eggs, vanilla extract, flour and nuts.

Pour into a greased, 15 x 10 x 1 baking pan. Bake at 350° for 25-30 minutes, or until a tooth pick inserted near the corners comes out with moist crumbs. Let sit to cool. Makes 2 ½ dozen brownies.

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 February 09, 2008 5:52 PM

Salba makes flaxseed and soy
SEEM LIKE SAWDUST...

Just look at how easily it
blows away other superfoods!

Now let's examine how Salba stacks up against other widely-praised health foods. It's not even close. As you'll see, Salba is so nutritionally dense, it's almost like...

A MEAL IN A SPOON!

Of course, I'm not saying "stop eating." Salba works best when you add it to favorite foods or beverages. But I am saying that just a bit goes an incredibly long way.

Because, unlike fruit, vegetables or fish, which are mostly air and water -- each tiny grain of Salba is densely packed with literally trillions of miracle molecules. For example, just a few ounces of Salba provides...

  • 20 grams of Omega 3 fatty acids. You'd need nearly 1 3/4 pounds of salmon to get that much Omega 3. (Keep eating your salmon! It provides a different, important form of these fatty acids -- but I know you won't eat it every day, so get your Salba too!)
  • 21 grams of complete vegetable protein. You could eat a whole bag of soy and still not get that much complete protein -- because Salba provides all the essential amino acids that human tissues need.
  • 35 grams of fiber. You'd have to consume 1 ¾ cups of bran cereal to get that much fiber.
  • 770 mg of calcium. You'd have to drink 2 ½ cups of whole milk to get that much. And, unlike milk, Salba contains no lactose.
  • 380 mg of magnesium. You'd need to eat 10 stalks of broccoli (over 3 pounds) to get that much magnesium.
  • 560 mg vitamin C. You'd have to eat 4 whole oranges to obtain that much vitamin C.
  • Plus over 24 other nutrients, vitamins and minerals, including potassium (660 mg), folate (82.2 mcg) and so much more...
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 February 09, 2008 5:54 PM

Each tiny Salba granule delivers
3 AGE-DEFYING MIRACLES

#1. Fights free-radical damage. Aging happens when damaged cells duplicate. But antioxidants neutralize free radicals that cause this damage. And, ounce for ounce, Salba contains 3 times more antioxidant capacity than fresh blueberries.

#2. Flushes out age-accelerating toxins. Toxins that accumulate in your colon can also attack your body. But Salba's super-rich payload of fiber moves those toxins out of your system, pronto.

#3. Helps build healthy new cells. Your cell walls crave Omega 3 fatty acids -- and if they don't get them, they'll use unhealthy fats as a substitute. Salba hands your cells the Omega 3 building-blocks they need.

Are you starting to see how many healthy tricks Salba has up its sleeve? It's the one superfood that blows away all the others. When you look at the nutritional score sheet, it's not even close...

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 February 14, 2008 7:29 PM

I ordered some Salba online and got it today. I'm baking the Salba brownies this weekend and I'll let you know how they come out.  [ send green star]
 
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