The best investment in wrinkle prevention would be to use a natural sunscreen, and combine your wrinkle cream, preferably one containing hyauralonic acid or Retin-A with edible calcium montmorillonite clay, (Kanwa minerals).
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 2, 2010
Zion Health releases its latest breakthrough in natural energy drinks combining ionic minerals with antioxidant herbs to help battle the negative effects of aging including wrinkles, hair loss, bone decay, and fatigue. Kanwa Teas contain a unique combination of trace minerals that help absorb toxins and feed important trace minerals to depleted cells. Teas can be consumed daily without the harsh side effects of common detox treatments.
Poor nutrition, alcohol, medications, smoking, stress, and just breathing the air of modern life may speed the aging process. Eddy Urbina, sales manager for Zion Health states, "Aging is a natural process that we should embrace with proper diet, exercise and positive thinking. We don't claim that drinking Kanwa will make you look ten years younger, however, the minerals work gently over time to balance pH levels in the body which is an important factor in looking and feeling healthy."
Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D. claims, "An imbalanced pH can interrupt cellular activities and functions. Excessively acidic pH can lead to the progression of several serious health problems such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and heartburn." Kanwa's uniquely structured minerals pull positively charged particles such as harmful bacteria into its center layer and helps eliminate toxic elements with the stool. As a result, the body may stabilize to its proper acidity level or pH which is ideally within a narrow range of 7.36-7.44.
The Herald Sun reports women spend an average of $100 pr month on anti wrinkle creams. Haim Zion, president of Zion Health states, "The best investment in wrinkle prevention would be to use a natural sunscreen, and combine your wrinkle cream, preferably one containing hyauralonic acid or Retin-A with edible calcium montmorillonite clay, (Kanwa minerals)." Kanwa has been scientifically tested to contain more than 60 trace minerals that help aid a variety of deficiencies. A container of Kanwa Tea costs ten dollars and includes twenty four bags which may last up to a month. Not a bad return on investment if it really works.
Kanwa Teas are available in select health food stores including Yogi House, Discount Vitamins, Herbal Path, Rainbow Grocery, Akins, Green Acres, Harvest Market, Clovers, Valencia Market, Lassens, NRG stores, West Portal Spa, Harvest Market and online at http://www.kanwaminerals.com.
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