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***Why Raw Food MultiVitamins?

By Christine Dreher, CCN, CCH - Official Self Growth Guide for Dietary Supplements

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The power of raw food is truly found in its simplicity. When you eat food that is uncooked, untreated, and unadulterated, you are eating food in harmony with natures intention and your bodys design. Raw foods, as found in nature, provide the complete package of vitamins, minerals and co-factors necessary for the body to maximize nutrient potential.

If you are going to supplement, you should seek out a raw vitamins, made from whole-foods. The Vitamin Code is the first multivitamin that was developed to provide nutrients in their raw food-created form. Until the Vitamin Code MultiVitamin, there have been few options available for those who wish to supplement with a RAW, living multivitamin. The Vitamin Code raw vitamin formulas represent a breakthrough discovery that will change the way you take vitamins forever. Click here for more information on Raw Foods and Raw Multi Vitamins.

What is the Code?

When we refer to the code in Vitamin Code we are really talking about two different concepts. The first one has to do with the process of growing the individual vitamins and minerals that make up The Vitamin Code multivitamins. The second one has to do with what is completed during that same process. The first concept is about Breaking the Code and the second one is about Code Factors. Click Here for more information on the "Code" for Vitamin Code.

Vitamin Code MultiVitamin Story

The research and development of the Vitamin Code Multi Vitamins is credited to Endre Andy Szalay, a Hungarian born pharmacist and researcher. He devoted more than two decades to perfect the process that would become known as the Vitamin Code and lead to the creation of these innovative Raw Food-Created Nutrients. Creating a multivitamin that is truly raw is a vexing proposition. In essence, what youre trying to do is create living nutrients that contain co-factors normally associated with those nutrients, without using high heat, excess processing, fillers or binders. It takes vision and intense dedication to deliver on such a goal. Click here for the rest of the Vitamin Code Story.

Why are the Vitamin Code Multi Vitamin Supplement formulas 100% Active?

With the Vitamin Code RAW Food-Created Nutrients, you will find an encapsulated material that has been meticulously controlled and minimally handled to deliver you the highest quality nutrients possible. Vitamin Code formulas are uncooked, untreated, minimally processed, and contain live enzymes and probiotics delivering to you the ultimate in raw, whole food nutrition. They contain no binders and no fillers. Every ingredient in the product has nutritive value, making the Vitamin Code multivitamins 100% Active. Click here for more information on the importance of the Vitamin Code being 100% active.

The Vitamin Code Raw MultiVitamins are available in eight specialized nutritional formulas including:

Vitamin Code for Women

Vitamin Code 50 & Wiser Women

Vitamin Code for Men

Vitamin Code 50 & Wiser Men

Vitamin Code Family

Vitamin Code Perfect Weight

Vitamin Code Raw One for Men

Vitamin Code Raw One for Women

Garden of Life also specializes in several specific single nutrient Vitamin Code formulas including:

Vitamin Code Raw Antioxidant

Vitamin Code Raw B12

Vitamin Code Raw B Complex

Vitamin Code Raw Vitamin C

Vitamin Code Raw Calcium

Vitamin Code Raw D3

Vitamin Code Raw Vitamin E

Vitamin Code Raw Prenatal

Vitamin Code Raw Iron

Vitamin Code Raw Kombucha

Vitamin Code Grow Bone

Summary: Why Vitamin Code MultiVitamins?

RAW - Uncooked, Untreated, Unadulterated

RAW - Live Enzymes & Probiotics

RAW - 100% Active Ingredients

RAW - No Binders or Fillers


Gluten Free

Dairy Free

No Soy Allergens

Individual Nutrient Creation for Maximized Potency

Nutrient-Specific Peptides for Cellular Delivery

Highest Quality Standards to Preserve Raw Nutrients

Dual Process Cultivation for Creation of Wide Array of Vitamin & Mineral Co-Factors

Body Ready RAW Living Nutrients as Nature Intended

Author's Bio:

Christine Dreher, CCN, CCH is a Nutritionist, Herbalist, Author of The "Cleanse Cookbook" and President & Founder of Christine's Cleanse Corner, Inc., (a nutritional company that specializes in nutritional & health education & Whole Food Vitamin Supplements. Christine is the Editor & Publisher of the free, online "Transform Your Health" Nutrition and Health E-Newsletter. She is also a Health/Nutritional Speaker & Teacher, & a Nutritional, Diet & Internal Cleanse Consultant, and a Live Beyond Organic Mission Marketer.

Christine is also the Official Self Growth Guide for Dietary Supplements. For more information about New Chapter, Garden of Life or Vitamin Code and other Whole Food Vitamin supplements and herbs, visit Christine on the web at: or call Christine's office at 858-673-0224.

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Food Trucks 101: Where to Stock Up on Ingredients

This excerpt is part of's Second-Quarter Startup Kit which explores the fundamentals of starting up in a wide range of industries.

In Start Your Own Food Truck Business, the staff Entrepreneur Media, Inc. and writer Rich Mintzer explain how you can get started in the mobile food industry, whether you want to own a food truck, cart, trailer, kiosk or other on-the-go food business. In this edited excerpt, the authors suggest six sources you can use to purchase the ingredients you need for your food truck's offerings.

Sourcing, as they call it in the food business, is the process of getting your foods and other ingredients. Like a restaurant, you need to determine your potential volume and buy accordingly. You always need to be planning in advance to shop or receive orders so that you're never out of necessities. If you're cooking, make a detailed shopping list of ingredients. If you're buying food from wholesalers, know how much you need, how much you can safely keep fresh, and how much you can sell before any food goes bad. You're better off running out of food on a busy day than selling something that isnt fresh. Determining the right quantities to purchase is usually a matter of trial and error.

Where to source your food can be a factor in planning your purchases, schedule and offerings. Here are six sources to consider:

1. Wholesale food distributors. You can find plenty of food choices on the Internet at sites like Food or, which offers directories of food and beverage suppliers. You can look up food wholesalers in your area or go directly to major ones such as Sysco, Performance Food Group or US FoodService.

2. Manufacturers. Most major food manufacturers should be easily reachable and, in many cases, will sell you what you need or point you in the right direction so you can find their products nearby. Start with their websites. There are thousands of big companies to consider. There are also numerous small companies and niche providers that can supply you with a tremendous number of tasty options. From apples to zucchini, someone is ready with the food you need. As is the case when buying anything, compare prices along with quality as you shop

3. Local and regional suppliers. If you start looking locally, you're sure to find food distributors in your area. Regional suppliers like Cheney Brothers in the southeast and Smart and Final on the West Coast can also be very helpful if you're in their area of distribution.

4. Greenmarkets and farmers markets. A very popular option for some of the new food carts and trucks hitting the streets is to sell the healthiest versions of the basic food truck favorites by seeking organic farms and greenmarkets. Youll have to charge a little more to cover the slightly higher costs, but youll attract the health-conscious crowd, and thats a big demographic in some areas.

Food shopping is a huge endeavor for Adria Shimada, who looks for all organic products to use when making homemade ice cream for her Seattle food truck. I get everything from different distributors. Milk and cream come from a local certified organic dairy farm about 80 miles away, and I get eggs in another nearby town from another organic farm. All of my produce is real fresh produce, I dont use flavors or extracts. For my mint ice cream, I use real spearmint from a farm in Carnation, Washington, explains Shimada who scouted and tasted the food from many farms before finding her sources. Some deliver to her commercial kitchen, and others are found at farmers markets in Seattle where farmers bring the wholesale quantities she needs.

Get to know area growers, talk to farmers and vendors at farmers markets, and scout around carefully for whatever you need.

5. Food cooperative. When restaurateurs and/or mobile food owners order foods together in bulk quantities, they can save money. The larger the order, the better the discount. So if you can find some noncompetitive entrepreneurs, you can ask if they want to team up and place orders with you, which is how a food co-op is formed. A co-op is simply a group of individuals who come together for their mutual benefit, not unlike a credit union. You can look in your neighborhood for others interested in forming a co-op or, if you're interested in natural food co-ops (as well as finding plenty of information on co-ops), you can visit the Co-op Directory.

6. Shopping clubs. BJs Wholesale Club, Sams Club, Costco and other shopping clubs have become very popular as the idea of buying quality food in bulk has caught on. Restaurant owners shop at these clubs, and so can you. Each requires a membership with an annual fee. You can then stock up on many items you need at reasonable prices. Of course, you can also shop where the restaurant owners and their chefs shopin places like Restaurant Depot and Jetro.

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Say Adios to Dos Equis’ ‘Most Interesting Man in the World’ Ads Forever

Say Adios to Dos Equis Most Interesting Man in the World Ads Forever | Mediaite

Dos Equis is a brand of beer that is primarily known for its extremely meme-able "Most Interesting Man in the World" ad campaign. Unfortunately, after plenty of parodies and even some drama, The Most Interesting Man in the World will be rejoining the general population as just another man in the world... sort of.

According to Washington's K5 News, the era of TMIMITW is coming to an end after almost a decade of fascination. In a minute-long ad, the beer brand said goodbye to the man who made them a household name north of the border.

Turns out, our hero is now The Most Interesting Man in Space. As far as the commercials go, a younger man will be brought in to appeal to Millennial drinkers.

Adios, amigo, indeed.

[image via this meme-maker]

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