Thursday, September 24, 2015

Stay healthy with the Vermont Country Store

By now all the back to school supplies have been bought and kids are back into the routine of classes. With being back in school also means kids getting sick. It happens to pretty much every kid. A cold, flu and hopefully nothing much worse than that. I dabble in some homeopathic ways to help ward off sickness (dabble since I know some but much less than others). I recently was asked to check out a company called Vermont Country Store.

One of the things that caught my eye was that they had Black Cherry Juice. For anyone that knows me, knows that I suffer from chronic pain. I have used cherry juice in the past, it takes a bit to start helping, but when it does, it really does help. It was perfect timing as I was taking a break from my routine since we in the process of moving.

One thing to know about Cherry juice is that it is very tart, as you can imagine. I personally take one tbs and mix it into a cup of water. I do this in the morning and then at night. You can do it all at once as well. I do recommend mixing with water or other juice to help the taste.

  • Helps reduce uric acid, a common cause of gout
  • Anthocyanins ease inflammation
  • Preservative-free, cholesterol-free, and fat-free
  • Mix with just about any beverage and enjoy

My kids love blueberries, we can’t keep enough in the fridge for them. Seriously, they will eat a package in one sitting. It’s great knowing that they love something that is so great for their body and immune system. We moved at the end of July from Wisconsin to Arizona, so there was a lot of climate change. This messes with your body more than you would imagine. To help with that I have them both (ages 12 and 3) taking two tbsp of Vermont Country Store’s Super Blueberry Concentrate. Just like the cherry,  it’s very strong so mixing it with juice or water is the best way to do it. They didn’t really like it the first time, but after that got used to it really fast. It’s a part of their routine now so it isn’t a big deal. It’s, here is your juice, drink it up.

  • Rich source of anthocyanins and flavonoids
  • Supports memory and immune system function
  • Supports normal blood cholesterol and insulin levels
  • Preservative-free, cholesterol-free, and fat-free
  • Mix with your favorite beverage
a new thing I am trying from The Vermont Country Store is called Strength of the Hills. it’s Vermont Apple Cider Vinegar. it’s a mix of grape juice, apple juice, ginseng, black cohosh, black walnut, chickweed, cinnamon, clove, echinacea, fenugreek, ginger, star anise, and turmeric. That’s a pretty long list but all those ingredients are so good for you. I use many of those by themselves in other things.
Strength of the Hills tastes different but not in a bad way. Just like the other two, I mix with water or other juice. I take two tbsp a day of this.

I have severe chronic pain so some days are ok while some days nothing seems to help. I still take these as they all take time to work in our bodies and help in so many ways. Even if i’m having a bad day it could help me more the next day, so I don’t stop.

The Vermont Country store has a ton of options for everyone, I recommend going and checking them out. Who knows, it could help keep some of the sickness away from your family.

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