Monday, May 4, 2009

Nutritional INFO 4 MEN! FACTOR 1000

Nutritional Information Specifically for Men of all Ages!

The nutritional needs of men and women are not the same…nor are some of their priorities. A major concern among many males–regardless of age–is the ability to maintain peak performance whether at the office, at home or on the competitive playing field. Proper nutrition is key to staying in fit condition. Weight management is also a fundamental element to helping men feel more comfortable with where they are in life. But there are other steps men can take to help them feel on top of the game and perform at their best.

Factor 1000® is a welcome addition to the diet that helps increase vitality, stamina and endurance in men. This exciting supplement contains a proprietary blend of premium oats, nettle and the energy-enhancing herb, ginseng. Taken on a daily basis, Factor 1000® can help men achieve the physical results they are looking for without using harmful substances or chemical derivatives.

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What makes Factor 1000® so unique is that it contains a proprietary blend of potent herbs that work together to produce energyenhancing results–naturally. It also effectively addresses muscular definition, which is important to many men, young or old.

“C” for yourself: Vitamin C is considered by many experts to be one of the most important vitamins to include in your diet. It’s a powerhouse antioxidant with many beneficial properties. We’ve included vitamin C in our formulation of Factor 1000®, so you can be sure you’re not missing out on this valuable vitamin.

The hard facts about brittle bones: Women aren’t the only ones who should be concerned about their calcium intake. Men need to be aware of how much calcium they are getting on a daily basis as well to prevent unnecessary bone thinning. Factor 1000® is rich in this bone-strengthening mineral and is an excellent way for men to increase their calcium intake.

Did You Know? (you will like this...)

When horses graze on oats they become more “productive” or “frisky.” This observation by farmers is where the old saying “sow your wild oats” comes from. Oats are used by herbalists to help nervous exhaustion, insomnia, even tobacco addiction. The most beneficial parts of the common oat are the tops of the plants, dried just after harvest. For treatment of certain skin conditions, oats were sometimes placed in a bag and a “tea” was brewed for bathing.
The leafy nettle plant is found in mild climates around the globe. The name traces its meaning to the Latin for “burn,” after the stinging sensation caused by the plant’s leaves when touched. Both the leaves and roots are used in herbal medicine as a diuretic and a tonic.

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All the Best, Tina Kseibati (1-888-248-4681)

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