Tuesday, November 1, 2011

What Oral Spray Vitamins REALLY are!

I would like you to think for a moment – how would you describe what Qsciences Oral Spray Vitamins are?
Is your first thought - it’s a great Vitamin and nutritional line?

Or we have the greatest vitamins in the world?

Maybe you would say we have fantastic fast acting Spray Vitamins!

Well, all of that may be true, but the next guy is saying the same thing about HIS vitamins, herbs, drinks etc.

ORAC scores, sub-lingual, Amazon forest herb, nano technology, vortex technology ( anyone really know what that is?), charged ions, magnetically purified – you get the point. Do you REALLY wish to spend hours debating “Mine’s better than Yours”???

You may be missing the point. What QSpray Vitamins are is Molecular Oral Absorption of any product we choose, and making it taste good. And THAT is our product – not Vitamins herbs and minerals!

 We have the most powerful, effective and purest product delivery system ever devised worldwide short of intravenous feeding. On top of that, the product delivery system is medicaly with World Wide distribution rights for whatever ingredients we wish to use.

What Qsciences chose to do is take advantage of one of the most lucrative markets in the world and use their revolutionary delivery system to market vitamins and other nutritionals.

If you think about it – if this revolutionary delivery system works that well ( as referenced in the PDR ), and enters the blood stream so fast ( in 20 seconds), you get a little nervous – what if the company is like many out there, with no FDA oversight, putting in questionable ingredients that may really cause you harm!

Again, the product manufacturer, Spray Labs and Dr Clive Spray, make sure they have covered all bases. Using only Pharmaceutical grade ingredients from the good old USA!
All of this is what makes our Nutritional products so powerful and effective! Take any one of our products, and you could build a whole company around it. Sleep for example – people copy our ingredients and make pills or sub-lingual concoctions – and when they do not work as well, they then add questionable ingredients to increase the effectiveness, like some sedative drug agent etc – and they still do not compare.
The key in  all cases, we do not make it to the digestive system to upset the body with additional fillers, whey ( are you whey sensitive? ) and much more. With our delivery system, only those items necessary are included – we do not need the other stuff!

While nature gives us food for the body that is designed to be absorbed thru our digestive system, until now, man has not been able to duplicate what nature does. Instead man adds chemicals and derivatives which, even with 50% absorption, the digestive system negates the beneficial properties. The beneficial properties of Vitamins, Nutrients and Herbs is well documented, but current studies have not been able to prove those properties till now. Molecular Oral Absorption  now allows you to take advantage of those great nutritional benefits.
As you may now see, the fact that we market vitamins and herbs is only secondary to our unique delivery system. Focusing on the real “sizzle” product  frees you from the “Mine is Better Than Yours Vitamin fight”

Think about it.

© Katie’s Natural Way

This article may only be used in it's entirety with credit to Kayted.com and Katie's Natural Way

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Vitamin D in new light - and as cancer fighter!

 There is no better or safer way to take your Vitamin D than Molecular Oral Sprays. Go to www.kayted.com for more info and contact us!

There are thirteen vitamins humans need for growth and development and to maintain good health. The human body cannot make these essential bio-molecules. They must be supplied in the diet or by bacteria in the intestine, except for Vitamin D. Skin makes vitamin D when exposed to ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation from the sun. A light-skinned person will synthesize 20,000 IU(international units) of vitamin D in 20 minutes sunbathing on a Caribbean beach.

Vitamin D is also unique in another way. It is the only vitamin that is a hormone, a type of steroid hormone known as a secosteroid, with three carbon rings.

Steroid hormones such as cortisone, estrogen, and testosterone have four carbon rings. Ultraviolet B radiation in sunlight breaks open one of the rings in a steroid alcohol present in the skin, 7-dehydrocholesterol, to form vitamin D (cholecalciferol). The liver changes this molecule into its circulating form, 25-hydroxyvitamin D (calcidiol, 25[OH]D), the "vitamin D" blood tests measure. Cells throughout the body absorb 25-hydroxyvitamin D and change it into 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D (calcitriol), the active form of vitamin D that attaches directly to receptors on the DNA of genes in the cell's nucleus.

The vitamin D hormone system controls the expression of more than 200 genes and the proteins they produce. In addition to its well-known role in calcium metabolism, vitamin D activates genes that control cell growth and programmed cell death (apoptosis), express mediators that regulate the immune system, and release neurotransmitters (e.g., serotonin) that influence one's mental state.

Severe deficiencies of some vitamins cause vitamin-specific diseases, such as beriberi (from a lack of vitamin B1, thiamine), pellagra (B3, niacin), pernicious anemia (B12), and scurvy, (vitamin C). A deficiency in iodine produces a goiter, mental retardation, and, when severe, cretinism.

Rickets, a softening and bending of bones in children, first described in 1651, is another nutritionally-specific disease. It reached epidemic proportions following the industrial revolution, which began in the 1750s. In the 19th century, before the importance of exposing children to sunlight was recognized, the majority of children that lived in cities with sunless, narrow alleyways and pollution developed rickets. An autopsy study done in Boston in the late 1800s showed that more than 80 percent of children had rickets.

Early in the 20th century an investigator found that cod liver oil could prevent rickets in puppies. The nutritional factor in the oil that promotes skeletal calcium deposition was named "vitamin D," alphabetically after already-named vitamins A, B, and C. Rickets was thought to be another vitamin-deficiency disease, and the curative agent, a steroid hormone, was mislabeled a "vitamin."

Now, a century later, a wealth of evidence suggests that rickets, its most florid manifestation, is the tip of a vitamin D insufficiency/deficiency iceberg. A lack of Vitamin D can also trigger infections (influenza and tuberculosis), autoimmune diseases (multiple sclerosis, Type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and inflammatory bowel disease), cardiovascular disease, and cancer. Practitioners of conventional medicine (i.e., most MDs) are just beginning to appreciate the true impact of vitamin D deficiency. In 1990, medical journals published less than 20 reviews and editorials on vitamin D. Last year they published more than 300 reviews and editorials on this vitamin/hormone. This year, on July 19, 2007, even the New England Journal of Medicine, the bellwether of pharmaceutically-oriented conventional medicine in the U.S., published a review on vitamin D that addresses its role in autoimmune diseases, infections, cardiovascular disease, and cancer (N Engl J Med 2007;357:266-281).

Up until 1980, doctors thought that vitamin D was only involved in calcium, phosphorus, and bone metabolism. Then two investigators proposed that vitamin D and sunlight could reduce the risk of colon cancer. A growing body of evidence indicates that they were right and that vitamin D can prevent a whole host of cancers - colon, breast, lung, pancreatic, ovarian, and prostate cancer among them. Colon cancer rates are 4 to 6 times higher in North America and Europe, where solar radiation is less intense, particularly during the winter months, compared to the incidence of colon cancer near the equator. People with low blood levels of vitamin D and those who live at higher latitudes are at increased risk for acquiring various kinds of cancer. Many epidemiological, cohort, and case control studies prove, at least on a more likely than not basis, that vitamin D supplements and adequate exposure to sunlight play an important role in cancer prevention (Am J Public Health 2006;96:252-261).

There is now strong scientific evidence that vitamin D does indeed reduce the risk of cancer. Evidence from a well-conducted, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind trial proves beyond a reasonable doubt that this is the case, at least with regard to breast cancer. A Creighton University study has shown that women over the age of 55 who took a 1,100 IU/day vitamin D supplement, with calcium, and were followed for 4 years had a highly statistically significant (P <0.005) 75% reduction in breast cancer (diagnosed after the first 12 months) compared with women who took a placebo (Am J Clin Nutr 2007;85:1568-1591).

Some of the genes vitamin D activates make proteins that halt cancer by inducing apoptosis (programmed cell death), which destroys aberrant cells before they become cancerous, like adenoma cells in the colon and rectum. Others promote cell differentiation and reining in of out-of-control growth of cancer cells (like prostate cancer cells). Vitamin D-expressed genes inhibit angiogenesis, the formation of new blood vessels that malignant tumors need to grow, as studies on lung and breast cancers show. Other genes inhibit metastases, preventing cancer that arises in one organ from spreading its cells to other parts of the body, as studied in breast and prostate cancers.

Vitamin D also expresses genes that curb cardiovascular disease. One gene controls the renin-angiotensin system, which when overactive causes hypertension (high blood pressure). Others stifle the immune system-mediated inflammatory response that propagates atherosclerosis and congestive heart failure (Curr Opin Lipidol 2007;18:41-46).

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurologically devastating disease that afflicts people with low vitamin D levels. Its victims include the cellist Jacqueline Du PrĂ©, whose first symptom was loss of sensation in her fingers, and some 500,000 Americans who currently suffer from this malady. MS is an autoimmune disease, where the body's immune system attacks and destroys its own cells. With multiple sclerosis, T cells in the adaptive immune system, Th1 cells (CD4 T helper type 1 cells), attack the myelin sheath (insulation) of the axons (nerve fibers) that neurons (brain cells) use to transmit electrical signals. The Vitamin D hormone system regulates and tones down the potentially self-destructive actions of Th1 cells. These cells make their own 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D if there is a sufficient amount of vitamin D (25-hydroxyvitamin D) circulating in the blood. Researchers have shown that the risk of MS decreases as the level of vitamin D in the blood increases (JAMA 2006;296:2832-2838). People living at higher latitudes have an increased risk of MS and other autoimmune diseases. Studies show that people who live below latitude 35° (e.g., Atlanta) until the age of 10 reduce the risk of MS by 50% (Toxicology 2002;181-182:71-78 and Eur J Clin Nutr 2004;58:1095-1109).

In a study published earlier this year, researchers evaluated 79 pairs of identical twins where only one twin in each pair had MS, despite having the same genetic susceptibility. They found that the MS-free twin had spent more time outdoors in the sun - during hot days, sun tanning, and at the beach. The authors conclude that sunshine is protective against MS (Neurology 2007;69:381-388).

New research suggests that influenza is also a disease triggered by vitamin D deficiency. Influenza virus exists in the population year-round, but influenza epidemics are seasonal and occur only in the winter (in northern latitudes), when vitamin D blood levels are at their nadir. Vitamin D-expressed genes instruct macrophages, the front-line defenders in the innate immune system, to make antimicrobial peptides, which are like antibiotics (Science 2006;311:1770-1773). These peptides attack and destroy influenza virus particles, and in human carriers keep it at bay. (Neutrophils and natural killer cells in the innate immune system and epithelial cells lining the respiratory tract also synthesize these virucidal peptides.) Other vitamin D-expressed genes rein in macrophages fighting an infection to keep them from overreacting and releasing too many inflammatory agents (cytokines) that can damage infected tissue. In the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic, which killed 50 million people, of which 500,000 were Americans, young healthy adults (as happened to my 22-year-old grandmother) would wake up in the morning feeling well, start drowning in their own inflammation as the day wore on, and be dead by midnight. Autopsies showed complete destruction of the epithelial cells lining the respiratory tract due, as researchers now know, to a macrophage-induced overly severe inflammatory reaction to the virus. These flu victims were attacked and killed by their own immune system, something researchers have found vitamin D can prevent (Epidemiol Infect 2006;134:1129-1140).

Randomized clinical trials need to be done to test the vitamin D theory of influenza. With what we know now, however, perhaps an annual shot of 600,000 IU of vitamin D (Med J Aust 2005;183:10-12) would be more effective in preventing influenza than a jab of flu vaccine.

Our species evolved in equatorial Africa where the sun, shining directly overhead, supplies its inhabitants with year-round ultraviolet B photons for making vitamin D. Our African ancestors absorbed much higher doses of vitamin D living exposed in that environment compared to the amount most humans obtain today. A single mutation that occurred around 50,000 years ago is responsible for the appearance of white skin in humans. It turns out that a difference in one rung, or base pair, in the 3 billion-rung DNA ladder that constitutes the human genome determines the color of one's skin (Science 2005;310:1782-1786). White skin, with less melanin, synthesizes vitamin D in sunlight six times faster than dark skin. People possessing this mutation were able to migrate to higher latitudes, populate Europe, Asia, and North America, and be able to make enough vitamin D to survive.

The majority of the world's population now lives above latitude 35° N and is unable to synthesize vitamin D from sunlight for a period of time in winter owing to the angle of the sun. At a large solar zenith angle, ozone in the upper atmosphere will completely block UVB radiation. In Seattle (47° N) and London (52° N), from October to April UVB photons are blocked by the atmosphere so one's skin cannot make vitamin D. (The half-life of circulating vitamin D is approximately one month.) Making matters worse, even when UVB radiation is available in sunlight, health authorities, led by the American Academy of Dermatology, warn people to shield themselves from the sun to avoid getting skin cancer.

Except for oily fish like (wild-only) salmon, mackerel, and sardines and cod liver oil - and also sun-dried mushrooms - very little vitamin D is naturally present in our food. Milk, orange juice, butter, and breakfast cereal are fortified with vitamin D, but with only 100 IU per serving. One would have to drink 200 8-oz. glasses of milk to obtain as much vitamin D as skin makes fully exposed to the noonday sun.

The U.S. Food and Nutrition Board in the Institute of Medicine puts the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for vitamin D at 200 IU for children and adults less than 50 years old, 400 IU for adults age 50-70, and 800 IU for adults over the age of 70. Most multivitamin preparations contain 400 IU of vitamin D. These guidelines are directed towards maintaining bone health and are sufficient to prevent rickets - but not cancer, cardiovascular disease, multiple sclerosis, or influenza. Without evidence to support it, the board arbitrarily set the safe upper limit for vitamin D consumption at 2,000 IU/day.

Vitamin D (25-hydroxyvitamin D) blood levels, the barometer for vitamin D status, are measured in nanograms per milliliter (ng/ml) or nanomoles per liter (nmol/l), where ng/ml = 0.4 nmol/l. Children and adults need a vitamin D blood level >8 ng/ml to prevent rickets and osteomalacia (demineralization and softening of bones) respectively. It takes a concentration >20 ng/ml to keep parathyroid hormone levels in a normal range. A level >34 ng/ml is required to ensure peak intestinal calcium absorption.

Finally, neuromuscular performance steadily improves in elderly people as vitamin D levels rise up to 50 ng/ml. Accordingly, a vitamin D blood level <8 ng/ml is regarded as severely deficient; 8-19, deficient; and 20-29, insufficient, i.e., too low for good health. A level >30 ng/ml is sufficient, but experts now consider 50-99 ng/ml to be the optimal level of vitamin D. Levels 100-150 ng/ml are excessive and >150 ng/ml, potentially toxic.

A majority of Americans have insufficient or deficient vitamin D blood levels. In veterans undergoing heart surgery at the Seattle VA hospital, I found that 78% had a low vitamin D level: 12% were insufficient; 56%, deficient; and 10% were severely deficient.

In order to enjoy optimal health, we should maintain a vitamin D blood level of ≥50-99 ng/ml. Without sun exposure, to reach a level of 50 ng/ml requires taking a 5,000 IU/day vitamin D supplement. There are two kinds of vitamin D supplements: vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol), the kind our skin makes, and vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol), a synthetic variant made by irradiating plants. Vitamin D2 is only 10-30% as effective in raising 25-hydroxyvitamin D blood levels compared to vitamin D3, leading the authors of a recent study conclude, "Vitamin D2 should not be regarded as a nutrient suitable for supplementation or fortification" (Am J Clin Nutr 2006;84:694-697).

Concerns about vitamin D toxicity are overblown, along with those about sun exposure. As one researcher in the field puts it, "Worrying about vitamin D toxicity is like worrying about drowning when you're dying of thirst." The LD50 of vitamin D in dogs (the dose that will kill half the animals) is 3,520,000 IU/kilogram. One can take a 10,000 IU vitamin D supplement every day, month after month safely, with no evidence of adverse effect. (Am J Clin Nutr 1999;69:842-856). A person must consume 50,000 IU a day for several months before hypercalcemia (an elevated calcium level in the blood, which is the initial manifestation of vitamin D toxicity) might occur. Vitamin D in a physiologic dose (5,000 IU/day) prevents the build up of calcium in blood vessels. (Circulation 1997;96:1755-1760). If one takes 10,000 IU of vitamin D a day and spends a lot of time in the sun, it would be prudent to check vitamin D blood level to ensure that it does not exceed 100 ng/ml.

Sensible sun exposure should be encouraged, not maligned. If one avoids sunburn, the sun's health-giving benefits far outweigh its detrimental effects. A large body of evidence indicates that sunlight does not cause the most lethal form of skin cancer, malignant melanoma. A U.S. Navy study found that melanoma occurred more frequently in sailors who worked indoors all the time. Those who worked outdoors had the lowest incidence of melanoma. Also, most melanomas appear on parts of the body that are seldom exposed to sunlight (Arch Environ Health 1990;45:261-267). Sun exposure is associated with increased survival from melanoma (J Natl Cancer Inst 2005;97:195-199). Another study showed that people who had longer lifetime exposure to the sun without burning were less likely to get melanomas than those with less exposure (J Invest Dermatol 2003;120:1087-1093.)

The rise in skin cancers over the last 25 years parallels the rise in use of sunscreen lotions, which block vitamin D-producing UVB radiation but not cancer-causing ultraviolet A radiation (UVA). (Newer sunscreen lotions also block out UVA.) Each year there are 8,000 deaths from melanoma and 1,500 deaths from nonmelanoma (squamous and basal cell) skin cancer. Surgical excision of nonmelanoma skin cancers cures them, except in rare cases where the growth has been allowed to linger for a long time and metastasize. Dr. John Cannell, Executive Director of the Vitamin D Council, makes this point: 1,500 deaths occur each year from non-melanoma skin cancer, but 1,500 deaths occur each day from other cancers that vitamin D in optimal doses might well prevent. (The Vitamin D Council website is an excellent source of information on vitamin D.)

The U.S. government and its citizens currently spend $2,000 billion dollars ($2 trillion) on "health care," i.e., sickness care, each year. The cost of taking a 5,000 IU supplement of vitamin D every day for a year is $22.00. The cost for 300 million Americans taking this supplement would be $6.6 billion dollars. The number and variety of diseases that vitamin D at this dose could prevent, starting with a 50 percent reduction in cancer, is mind-boggling. If everyone took 5,000 IU/day of vitamin D, the U.S. "health care" industry would shrink. It would no longer account for 16 percent of the gross domestic product.

Sincerely,   Dr. Clive R. Spray

Friday, October 29, 2010

Weight Loss Surgeries

Spray Vitamins and weight loss surgeries.
What weight loss surgeries would you recommend taking Oral Spray Vitamins?

• Bariatric

• Adjustable Gastric Banding (also known as the LAP-BAND)

• Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy (also called vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy, Greater Curvature Gastrectomy, Parietal Gastrectomy, Gastric Reduction and even Vertical Gastroplasty)

• Vertical Banded Gastroplasty (VBG)

• Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (RGB)

• Biliopancreatic Diversion (BPD)

• Gastric Sleeve

The reason is because your nutritional needs need to be met with out taking up voluble space in your pouch so you need a good bariatric vitamin (weight loss vitamin).

How does my nutritional requirements change?

Nutritional requirements change dramatically following bariatric surgery. During the first month, ingested foods progress through clear liquids, to opaque liquids, to pureed foods, to soft foods, and finally, to well chewed regular foods. Not only is that, but the amount of food a person is able to eat at one time drastically reduced. Consequently, it is virtually impossible to obtain adequate amounts of essential protein and vitamins from the diet alone. A firm commitment to a regular multi-vitamin supplement is required for most patients.

Following surgery, does the patient have to take vitamin and mineral supplements for the rest of their lives?

Yes! Following weight loss surgery, vitamin and mineral supplements are required to prevent nutritional deficiencies. Deficiencies arise due to both the reduced food intake and the malabsorption associated with the surgery. The majority of weight loss surgery patients will require a multi-vitamin supplement for years to come.

What's the best way to take vitamins?

Oral Spray Vitamins are ideally suited to the bariatric patient. TEN Spray Vitamins are great tasting sprays that will not interfere with food intake. Simply spray directly into the mouth - there is no pill to swallow, no fillers and binders to interfere with the dietary intake. Molecular Oral Sprays offer an easy, pleasant and effective way to take vitamins on a daily basis.

What should I take and how often?

It is important that you take vitamin supplements everyday for the rest of your life after having a gastric bypass. If you do not take your vitamin and mineral supplements after surgery you will become malnourished! This is because not only are you unable to consume enough food (quantity) to meet your vitamin & mineral requirements, but also because you will have a decreased ability to digest and absorb certain nutrients after having gastric bypass surgery. We recommend that you take a multivitamin, plus extra calcium, iron, B12 and Vitamin D supplements.

Begin taking oral spray nutritionals while on liquids during the first 2 weeks. Add your calcium, iron, vitamin B12, and Vitamin D3 supplements when you progress to soft foods in the third week following your surgery.

To make sure you are taking everything you need, in the correct dose, and in the correct form, TEN spray vitamin supplements are specifically designed for bariatric patients and their specific needs.


Start taking spraying your multivitamin/mineral supplement throughout the day while on liquids. When you progress to soft foods, take them with meals.


There is typically only a small amount of calcium in multivitamins. Therefore, we recommend taking an additional calcium everyday when you progress to soft foods. At this stage after your surgery, you will need to Super Cal-Pro calcium and protein drink this way you will not miss out on the protein you body need. Because most chewable supplements are too large and difficult to swallow. There are different forms of calcium such as calcium carbonate and calcium citrate. Calcium citrate is the most efficiently absorbed form of calcium following gastric bypass,

We recommend taking your calcium supplements twice a day in 2 smaller doses rather than taking one large dose all at once because you will absorb the smaller doses better.


We recommend that you take an iron supplement daily.
Some people say, avoid taking the calcium and iron supplements at the same time, as they interfere with the absorption of each other.
Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is digested and absorbed differently than most vitamins. After gastric bypass surgery, you will no longer be able to digest and absorb sufficient amounts of B12 to maintain health. You must take your B12 in a form that directly enters the bloodstream, not through the digestive tract. There are two ways to do this.

1. Some patients opt for a monthly painful vitamin B12 injection at their primary care physician's office after gastric bypass surgery. Some patients also give themselves their monthly B12 injection.

2. Another option is to take Oral Spray B12. We also have high potency spray B12 at 500 mcg supplement and it may be taken daily.

Vitamin D

Begin taking our oral spray Vitamin D (cholecalciferol D3).

Vitamins and Health

Gastric bypass surgery introduces a malabsorption condition to the patient's digestive tract. To ensure the success of the surgery there are some dramatic and essential lifestyle changes - including a reduction in the amount of food that is eaten as well as ensuring the highest nutritional quality for this food. But however good the diet, it is almost impossible to process and absorb the essential nutrients from the food in the same way that was possible pre-surgery.

The malabsorption condition is part of the reason why weight is lost more quickly then by simply dieting alone. Malabsorption is a major factor in many types of weight loss surgery-such as Roux-en-Y and the Duodenal Switch to name just two.

This is a life long commitment. By taking vitamin supplements daily, bariatric patients can help avoid health complications due to malnutrition.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Breakthrough Study on Vitamin D

Vitamin D and Pregnancy: Is More Better

Pre-Natal Vitamins - Folacin - Vitamin D  - These are what your doctor will prescribe.
Morning Sickness - Indigestion + - These are what you expect, BUT, do you need to?
 Maybe YOU do NOT need to  !!!

 Molecular Oral Sprays may be the answer!
Effective - Efficient
Click Here - you will see why
A Breakthrough Study On Vitamin D

Women who take high doses of vitamin D during pregnancy have a greatly reduced risk of complications, including gestational diabetes, preterm birth, and infection, new research suggests.

Based on the findings, study researchers are recommending that pregnant women take 4,000 international units (IU) of vitamin D every day -- at least 10 times the amount recommended by various health groups.

Women in the study who took 4,000 IU of the vitamin daily in their second and third trimesters showed no evidence of harm, but they had half the rate of pregnancy-related complications as women who took 400 IU of vitamin D every day, says neonatologist and study co-researcher Carol L. Wagner, MD, of the Medical University of South Carolina.

Wagner acknowledges the recommendation may be controversial because very high doses of vitamin D have long been believed to cause birth defects.

"Any doctor who hasn't followed the literature may be wary of telling their patients to take 4,000 IU of vitamin D," she says. "But there is no evidence that vitamin D supplementation is toxic, even at levels above 10,000 IU." VitaMist is at a safe 5,000 IU.

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Thursday, July 8, 2010

Anytime Energy

Still looking for that magic bullet for get-up and go?
Tired of expensive one-shot Caffine at $2-2.50/per

What if we told you that for less than $0.50/day, you could get your energy shot without harmful added ingredients with the most effective and efficient products on the market today!

Student's, Trucker's, working MidNight Shift, need to get that project done - B-12 will do that for you. NO Caffeine, hangover, crashing. Again, less than $0.50/day

Monday, February 8, 2010

A Trip Down Digestive Lane by Dr Steinert, Part 1

On Saturday, Feb 6th 2010, Dr Marlon Steinert presented an understandable description on how the digestive system works and why Molecular Oral Sprays are the ONLY effective method of delivering nutritional support to the body.
Truly, An IDEA Who's Time Has Come ---
Katie's Natural Way offers you this powerful, riveting and timely presentation --
a direct link to Windows Media File, click Dr Steinert Part 1 ----

Friday, February 5, 2010

What Constitutes an Opportunity

What constitutes an Opportunity and how do you recognize it?

Opportunity – from my American College Dictionary – “ an appropriate or favorable time or occasion”

Occasion – Bill Gates introduces Windows
Raytheon/Amana introduces the “Radar Range” ( Micro-wave )
Medical Industry introducing Oral Sprays ( Nitrolingual Spray, Flu etc )

Favorable Time -- Heightened concern and interest in Vitamins and Nutrition
Surgeon General announces all should take nutritional supplements
Surge in high priced Juices, patches, effervescent tablets, energy drinks etc – all striving to find a better way to get vitamins and nutrients to be more effective.

Taking the above in account, it becomes obvious that a HUGE financial opportunity is available, in this 1 Trillion dollar industry, should someone develop a method to effectively deliver vitamins and nutrients into the body at a reasonable cost.

Enter Team Effort Network with and IDEA who’s time has come! Molecular Oral Absorption – that delivers pharmaceutical grade vitamins and nutrients directly into the blood-stream – a process that is proven to be more effective than even an Intra-Muscular injection!

Imagine what this HUGE opportunity could mean for you financially!

All you have to do is introduce this process, like MCI did with their “Friends and Family” program, ie. Social Marketing, and the possible financial rewards are beyond comprehension.

If you have a desire to discuss more on this timely opportunity, call Ted and Kathryn at Katie’s Natural Way TODAY at 800-504-5594, www.100kspray.com