The Whole Food Farmacy Provides A Line Of Foods That Address Health Issues Such As Diabetes, Hypertention, Overweight, Arthritis, Cancer And More
There is a company in Tennessee that is making it’s mark in the field of health and nutrition. It calls itself The Whole Food Farmacy.
The company offers a wide variety of Whole Foods that are delivered by UPS to your door.
They are not associated with The Whole Foods Market, and the Farmacy with the, “F” as a twist that becomes crystal clear when you try the different products offered.
There is a DVD on the company website that explains the benefits of whole foods over processed foods. The DVD also includes testimonials from people who have tried the foods and have received health benefits, such as weight loss and digestion benefits. The DVD is a real health eye opener. It also includes testimonials from children who say they love the product.
Of course with such good products there is a way to make money sharing the information. Some people just use the products while others share the story with enough people to cover the cost of the products they use personally and still others want to make a full time income as a home based business. The company doesn’t use any kind of, “Hype,” either on the website, or on conference calls. The products are the star of the show, so to speak.
On the top of the web page there is a quote from Hippocrates, the father of medicine. He said, “Let Food Be Thy Medicine And Medicine Be Thy Food.” This is the concept upon which the Whole Food Farmacy is based. Hippocrates also said, “If One Doesn’t Know Food, How Can He Understand Disease?”
View this video: www.magicgarden.wholefoodfarmacy.com/2005/WTDVD.asp
Visit the website at: www.magicgarden.wholefoodfarmacy.com
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- Lee E. Hooker
- The Whole Food Farmacy
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