Mount Angel Vitamins manufactures and distributes a wide variety of supplements throughout the United States. Mount Angel Vitamins is looking to expand into the Quercetin and Zinc market with a new dietary supplement that will be housed under their "Immune Support" line named "Quercetin Zinc." The product will contain 530mg of Quercetin and 7.5mg of Zinc, with a serving size of one pill. The supplement will also contain natural flavoring, coloring, magnesium stearate, vegetable capsules, silicon dioxide and microcrystalline cellulose to meet current market claims for "DSHEA" (Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act)
The "queen of greens" is nutritious and delicious. It is low in calories and has zero fat. It is high in fiber, iron (kale has more iron than beef), vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, calcium, folate and magnesium. It is a strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detox food.
Today, we bring you a delicious raw kale salad that is easy to put together. We're not sure where it came from (it was a handwritten copy in one of our recipe books at home), but it has been around a while and we can personally attest to its great taste!
The health benefits of vitamin C have been known so long that sometimes this power-house antioxidant vitamin falls off the radar. But it can't be taken for granted; the body can't generate Vitamin C, so it has to be received into the body through food and supplements.
Stinging Nettle helps to keep the immune system balanced, and has specifically been studied as a way to relieve hay fever. In a study done by the National College of Natural Medicine (now the National University of Natural Medicine) in Portland, Oregon, 58% of hay fever sufferers reported stinging nettle to be effective, and 48% of the hay fever sufferers said 300 mg of the freeze-dried stinging nettle was as effective as other allergy medications.