Newsletter 827 - Wysong Peanut Butter Plus

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     Peanut butter has been a staple in the American diet for decades. Peanuts are a rich source of vegetable protein, high-energy fatty acids as well as a number of vitamins and minerals.

     Unfortunately, producers have compromised this good food with refined salt, sugars, glycerides and other ingredients; hydrogenation, homogenization, and other processes which compromise good nutritional value. These manipulations are designed to create aesthetic effects; such as preventing oil separation and "smoothness," as well as higher profits by using inexpensive refined salt, factory-farmed peanuts, and creating increased shelf life.

     Wysong Peanut Butter Plus is a delicious peanut butter spread designed to provide enhanced nutrition. It is made with organic peanuts tested to be aflatoxin-free. (Aflatoxins are produced by molds that can grow on peanuts and potentially cause many human and animal disorders. See Wysong Health Letter Vol. 7, No. 5; Vol. 9, No. 5 for related articles.) The Plus includes:

     > Extruded organic whole soybeans, which are rich in proteins, essential fatty acids, fiber, antioxidants, and phytoestrogens;

     >Wysong Whole Salt containing over 74 trace minerals from ancient geological deposits of sea salt and composted sea vegetation; and

     >Wysong Oxherphol antioxidant, for natural preservation, comprised of natural vitamin E and herbal oleoresins and other organic elements.

      Don't forget the more furry members of the family. Most of them love Peanut Butter Plus! If you are giving pills or capsules, this is a great way to hide them, as well. Put them in the middle of a dollop and you can turn a pilling fiasco into an eagerly anticipated treat.

Now you can have your peanut butter and all the health it originally contained, PLUS more!

     I've finally figured out why I am always so tired. First, I was blaming it on iron-poor blood, insufficient supplements, eating wrong, eating too much, and any number of potential maladies possibly lurking within my shell. Now I am convinced it's just from being overworked.


     Here's why. The population of the country is about 260 million. About 120 million of these are retired, not working or goofing off. That leaves just 140 million to do the work. But there are about 92 million in school, which leaves 48 million to carry the load. Of these, there are 29 million employed by the Federal Government and 14.8 million who work for State and City Governments. This leaves 4,200,000 to do the work. Yet 4 million of these are in the armed forces reducing the work force to just 200,000. Then if you deduct from this the 188,000 who are in hospitals or home sick, only 12,000 are left. Since 11,998 people are in prisons, there are only 2 people left to carry the entire load. Since you're reading this, you're not doing it; therefore I am doing it all. Any wonder I am tired?

Best of health to you and yours from all of us here at Wysong.

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