Being on The Jim Bakker Show to talk about the Masters Senior Championships fun,” said Frank Davis. “It's exciting to share how Activz whole-food nutrition became an integral component of my life.
Blue Eye, MO (PRWEB) January 15, 2015
Food for Health International is pleased to announce that Frank Davis, founder of Activz Whole-Food Nutrition, was interviewed on The Jim Bakker Show this week. Frank was interviewed about his lifelong battle for good health and the whole-food nutrition line that resulted, which led him to achieve MVP athletic success in the Masters Basketball Association National Senior Championships. The Jim Bakker Show features Frank Davis, founder of Activz Whole-Food Nutrition Friday, January 16, and Monday, January 19, on Dish and Direct TV satellite providers, and broadcast and cable networks across the United States and Canada. Check The Jim Bakker Show for program air times.
Frank Davis, 67, shared with Jim and Lori Bakker that being named “Most Valuable Player” in Masters Basketball Association National Senior Championships last spring was especially an honor because he was not blessed with healthy family genetics. Frank says he was always the sickest of his siblings until he turned his life to whole-food nutrition. When Frank discovered a solution that led to optimal health, he felt impressed to share his whole-food success with others who were seeking a healthy-living solution.
“Being on The Jim Bakker Show to talk about the Masters Senior Championships and competing with exceptional athletes from all over the nation was fun,” said Frank Davis. “It's exciting to share how Activz whole-food nutrition became an integral component of my life.”
Activz is a revolutionary line of supplements and produce powders that help individuals quickly increase their daily nutrition. Activz is a natural products company devoted to providing “food actives” – the living, bio active nutrition of whole foods – in the most convenient forms possible, all while retaining 100 percent whole-food integrity.
One of the suggestions Frank made to The Jim Bakker audience included adding Activz 9 a Day and Activz Krill, two flagship supplements of Frank’s own Activz brand, to their daily diets.
“Activz 9 a Day is specifically designed to provide robust immune support and sustained overall health from the power of whole foods,” said Frank Davis, MVP Athlete and Activz Founder. “9 a Day provides a balanced spectrum of nutrients from 9 servings of organic fruits and vegetables – the same number of daily servings recommended by the CDC and USDA to prevent disease and enjoy optimal health over time.”
The Activz Whole-Food Nutrition line also includes a new line of powdered fruits and vegetables that can help individuals quickly increase the nutritional value of any meal. Activz produce powders are easy-to-use, preservative-free whole-food powders available in a variety of organic fruit, vegetable and grasses options from organic kale, beet and carrot to organic strawberry, blueberry and more. The powders retain all the nutrition of fresh produce thanks to the Activz patented dehydration process, a method which gently evaporates only the water molecules while leaving vital nutrients intact.
Frank also talked about the new Activz Silver line offering natural silver healing support† in liquid supplements, gels, lozenges and cleansing wipes. For over a century, silver has been used to support natural healing, and the nano-particle formula found in Activz Silver products is the most advanced version available. This latest formula, backed by 18 U.S. patents, has a unique chemical structure that supports the existing healing mechanisms in the human body without disrupting its natural state.†
For more details about Frank Davis, his whole-food nutrition story and his Activz produce powder line, known for its slogan, “Whole-food Nutrition. Simplified to a Scoop,” please visit http://www.activz.com.
†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.