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Fodmap and Paleo friendly organic blue green superfood developed by Fortifeye Vitamins

6 Feb

Blue green Superfood

 

NEW FODMAP FRIENDLY ORGANIC BLUE GREEN SUPERFOOD DEVELOPED BY DR MICHAEL LANGE AND FORTIFEYE VITAMINS

Fortifeye Organic Blue Green Superfood

Dr Michael Lange has been taking care of patients since March 1993 and  has seen how poor diet has negative impact on his patients.  He has been involved in nutritional research to support ocular and overall health.   More and more people are plagued with digestive problems and are not fueling their bodies with the beneficial nutrients to promote overall wellness. The typical person today is eating overly processed, calorie dense, nutrient deficient , fast food filled with pesticides, hormones and antibiotics.  Dr. Lange recommends an all organic gluten-free paleo type of diet to his patients, family, friends and radio listeners. However even on this particular type of diet many people will still notice significant bloating, tenderness in the abdomen, belching and gas after eating this type of diet. Many of these people have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and specific fruits  and vegetables  can cause these symptoms as they go thru the digestive system.   Dr. Lange and Fortifeye Vitamins decided to research and develop a powdered super food using all organic and non gmo fruits  and vegetables that people could consume that were on a low carb diet, diabetics and people with IBS. People with IBS will react poorly to certain fruits and vegetables that actually cause fermentation and gas in their digestive system.  These type of foods are called FODMAP which stands for Fermentable oligosaccharides, di-saccharides, mono-saccharides and polyols.  These are very common foods in the typical American diet and new research indicates that restricting these foods may benefit irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)  and other functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGID).

Fortifeye Organic Blue Green Super food  is  an all organic, gluten-free, non gmo powdered combination of specific fruits and vegetables that are both Paleo and FODMAP friendly.  Everything including the flavor system was taken into consideration in the development of this powder that can be mixed with water or beverage of choice.  All nutrients are sourced from America and it will be available in chocolate and berry flavors.  Many greens drinks will use inexpensive binders, bulking agents and fillers such as flax, psyllium, acacia, oat bran etc  to make the customer think they are getting healthy fiber and  more product per scoop when in reality both soluble and insoluble fibers may block the absorption of valuable nutrients.   Fortifeye Vitamins uses none of these fiber fillers in their new Organic Blue Green Superfood.  Many of the greens drinks on the market will also use 30-40 different nutrients with only small window dressing amounts of each nutrient or will use a “proprietary blend” so u don’t  know what you are actually getting! When purchasing  a powdered super food you want to know the exact amount of each nutrient that is in the product.  Fortifeye  Organic Super Food shows you on the label exactly how much of each nutrient is in one scoop. This new Blue green super food is a combination of Spirulina, kale, spinach, barley grass juice, wheat grass juice, parsley, cucumbers, peppermint leaf, blue berries, strawberries, cranberries and cinnamon.  These particular fruits and vegetables were picked to be compliant with Paleo and FODMAP diets .  This combination also works well synergistically with potent anti oxidants profiles to promote overall wellness in the eyes and body.  When combined with Fortifeye Super Protein and Fortifeye Super omega, this superfood  can be used as a meal replacement.  Fortifeye Organic Blue Green Superfood will be available by March 2016. Fortifeye Vitamins released their new bio active whey protein concentrate from grass fed New Zealand A2  Cows in November 2015.  learn more about Fortifeye Super Protein here :  www.newzealandwheyproteinconcentrate.com

 

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