(NaturalNews) This has been in the works for a long time, and you'll love this news: Boku Superfood, makers of my top-recommended superfood powder product, has announced an exclusive Boku Super Food giveaway that gets you a 10-day supply of this remarkable superfood at (virtually) no cost.
It's exclusive to NaturalNews, and it's starts right now at www.FreeBoku.com where you can get a 10-day supply (3.3 ounces) of Boku Super Food by paying only $4.99 for shipping and handling (non-U.S. readers pay slightly more, see the website for details).
I'm announcing this here on NaturalNews.com because Boku Super Food remains a top-notch, award-winning superfood product that you absolutely need to try (if you haven't already). This 10-day free sample offer is the best way to get it into your hands and see how Boku Superfood can really work for you.
Just to clarify: I have no financial ties whatsoever with this company, and I earn nothing from Boku Super Food product sales. As with all such product special offers you'll see here on NaturalNews, this is an independent, non-commercial recommendation, and it's bound to be super popular with NaturalNews readers (while it lasts, anyway).
This is no time to come up short on nutrition
Given that swine flu is coming this fall, and many people remain nutritionally depleted, I think it's hugely important to get Boku Super Food into the hands of as many people as possible. I'm not saying it's a cure for swine flu, because it's never been tested for that, but it sure is a powerful immune modulator, and people who want to survive a swine flu infection need a healthy, balanced immune system response.
Don't miss out on this one! I've been told there's a quantity limit on this offer of 10,000 units. And since this 10-day supply is worth roughly $20, it's pretty easy to guess these samples won't last for long. (NaturalNews readers will jump on this.)
If you want to get in on this, take advantage of it right now at www.FreeBoku.com (limit one per household, I've been told).
Again, I have absolutely no financial ties in this deal. My only hope is that somebody will bring me some Boku on their next trip to Ecuador, as I've used up all my Boku!
By the way, check out the ingredient list below to see what's in Boku... you'll be really impressed.
How it works and why it's free
They say there's "no such thing as a free lunch," right? So why is Boku Super Food giving away 10,000 units of this premium superfood product for free?
The answer, of course, is that they hope you'll like the product and stay on their autoship program to receive a replacement bottle of Boku each month. That's why, when you claim the free 10-day sample, you'll need to choose an autoship option to receive a bottle of Boku Superfood every 30 days (or 60 days, or 90 days, your choice). If you find you don't like Boku Superfood, you can cancel at any time with a simple toll-free phone call to their customer service department, with no hassles.
You can bet Boku will treat you right, because their reputation is on the line, and they know that NaturalNews readers are among the best-informed health consumers on the planet. So you can expect to be treated with a very high degree of professionalism as a customer of Boku. No funny business with them. Just a fair, honest offer on a remarkable superfood product sold directly from Boku to you.
Cost of ingredients
By the way, on that point of it being sold directly to you, I think it's important to explain this in a bit more detail: Boku is the manufacturer and the distributor of their own product. That's the only way their product remains anywhere close to being affordable. It might even seem expensive to some, but if you compare apples to apples (or superfoods to superfoods, as the case may be), you'll find that this product packs value for every penny you invest in it.
If this product were sold in retail (through Whole Foods, for example), it would inevitably cost two or three times as much as what Boku offers it for directly. Yes, I know you can find cheaper superfood products in retail, but did you check the ingredients on those products? They're often filled with soy lecithin and they're lacking many of the really high-end, expensive superfood ingredients like blue-green algae, medicinal mushrooms or spirulina. (Boku includes all those things.)
Why Boku remains a top Health Ranger recommendation
I've been recommending Boku Super Food since the very first day it was introduced. This is a nutrient-dense superfood that's just bursting with natural plant-based medicines.
It's USDA Organic, it's Vegan certified, it's 100% plant-based and amazingly rich with healing nutrients. In my personal opinion, Boku Super Food is one of the best recipes of Mother Nature's medicine ever assembled in one bottle. Check out the ingredients yourself: (http://www.bokusuperfood.com/boku/ingredient...)
The main ingredient categories are all remarkable superfoods:
• Super greens (including microalgae superfoods and veggie superfoods) • Maca root juice • A blend of 14 medicinal mushrooms • Super berry mix • Cacao and vanilla • Digestive enzymes and probiotics • Himalayan pink crystal salt
Just as importantly, you'll be impressed by what's NOT in the formula:
• No soy or soy protein • No wheat or gluten • No refined sugars • No chemical sweeteners • No lecithin filler • No dairy or whey • No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives • No GMOs • No animal products (100% vegan)
I'm going to go out on a limb here and make some personal opinion statements that the Boku Super Food company has no idea I'm about to state. But this is still a free country (?), so I'm going to state the obvious and let people figure out the rest.
In America today, we have a health care crisis. Everybody acknowledges the problem, but nobody wants to talk about real solutions. So far, the entire debate has been framed around who pays for disease.
According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), Obama's health care reform could cost America $1 trillion dollars over the next ten years. That's a lot of money... especially when we're paying for "treatments" for diseases that are almost entirely preventable through nutrition.
What if we took just 1/10th of that money -- $100 billion -- and spent it on Boku Super Food instead? You can provide Boku Super Food to a person for roughly a dollar a day. The population of the USA is 300 million. So for $300 million a day, you could provide a disease-preventing superfood to everyone in the country.
Multiply $300 million a day by the number of days in a year, and you get $110 billion. For $110 billion, we could give away a full-year's supply of Boku Super Food to every single man, woman and child in America. (Actually, the cost would be far less because at that production volume, economies of scale kick in...)
Now what would America get for its $110 billion?
How about drastic reductions in diabetes and obesity? A slashing of cancer rates and heart disease deaths? Improved school and work performance, enhanced energy and improved sleep. Fewer traffic accidents (because people are more alert), fewer sick days missed from work and fewer birth defects. Fewer kids on Ritalin and ADHD drugs, too...
These things are not only possible, I believe they are likely to become reality if we could get an entire nation to take such a high-potent superfood product.
Presently, out of a $3.1 trillion federal budget (http://www.naturalnews.com/026686_debt_Ameri...) we are spending roughly $700 billion on disease in 2009 alone. According to new research, obesity accounts for 10 percent of our modern-day health care costs (http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124869340217...) -- about $70 billion of what the government spends on sick care. Importantly, virtually all the diseases currently being treated in America are preventable with nutrition.
So if we spent $100 billion a year as an investment in free superfoods given away to the population, would that investment be worth it?
If people actually took the superfoods, I suspect that within the very first year, we'd see a twenty percent reduction in health care costs. That's a savings of $140 billion in government funds alone, not to mention private expenditures on health care costs (which are bankrupting families).
So our initial investment of $100 billion would save us $140 in the very first year. That's a 40% return on our investment!
And the second year would be even better: Perhaps a 30% reduction in health care costs. Over the subsequent few years, I believe we could reduce our health care costs by up to 70% through nutrition, vitamin D and exercise alone! This would save our federal government nearly $500 billion a year -- half a trillion dollars!
It could all start with something like Boku Super Food. The answers to our health care reforms are literally found in a product like this. What people desperately need is good nutrition, not more chemical drugs and surgical procedures.
Of course, spending money on real nutrition is far from the minds of the corrupt politicians and FDA crooks running this nation's health care. The idea of actually making people healthy is alien to them... they're focused on how to keep the drug companies profitable and in charge. And doing that requires keeping the population diseased and nutritionally illiterate. That's why companies like Boku Super Food can't make accurate health claims about the benefits of their products, by the way: They'd go to jail even if they told you the truth. When it comes to nutrition, the truth has been outlawed.
That's why the current health care debate will fail. I've written about it numerous times, and I've even proposed my own Health Revolution Petition that proposes real, meaningful health care reform where people get vouchers to spend on things like superfoods or gym memberships (www.HealthRevolutionPetition.org). That's the true path to health care reform -- by REFORMING HEALTH, not just changing who pays for disease.
Boku Super Food can be part of the big solution here. And while the U.S. government is too short-sighted to invest in the health of its population, as a private individual you can be far smarter. You can invest in your own health so that you never become a victim of the government-run sick care monopoly. And you can start by getting some Boku for virtually no cost right now at www.FreeBoku.com
Try it. You'll thank me. And then you'll thank Boku Super Food for not only making such a fantastic product, but also for making a free sample available to you right now. It's beyond a great deal... it's a life-changing opportunity to reform your own health care from the inside out -- to take control over your health outcome and free yourself from the enslavement of the FDA and Big Pharma. Remember: The healthier you are, the less you need some government-run health care "solution." And the way you get healthy (and stay healthy) is to put more of Mother Nature's nutrients in your body on a daily basis.
Boku Superfood is one of the best ways to do that. Get yours now: www.FreeBoku.com
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