Jennifer JJ Reyes

Your Independent Consultant

NATURE NOURISHED

Hi!  As a Nutritional Therapist, I know my family needs the vitamins and minerals plants provide.

But how many times have I watched fruits and vegetables shrivel in my fridge because...
- I had an unusually BUSY week?
- Chopping onions burns my eyes?
- I can't remember how old that bell pepper is?
- I forgot about them?  

Did you know Vitamin C only lasts a short time?  Everyone knows that "fresh is best", and that's true when it's straight from your garden.  I've learned that what's in the store is weeks or even over a month old.  Even bought in season, my favorite produce often isn't as sweet and delicious as they should be, and their vitamin C and many other vital nutrients are long gone. 

No wonder I didn't feel like Popeye when I ate "fresh" spinach!

Now that I've found "fresher than fresh" produce, I CAN FEEL THE DIFFERENCE in my health and energy levels.  It's even pesticide-free!

With Thrive Life Foods I can count on consistently great taste, great quality, at GREAT PRICES. I rely on Thrive Life's Nutrilock promise that my fruits and vegetables will have the same nutrients as those fresh-picked from my garden. Also, they'll stay fresh for a year or two after opening the can.  Now my kids have DELICIOUS, healthy snack options every day!  

I am so excited to share Thrive Life with you, so you, too, can TRANSFORM YOUR HEALTH one bite at a time.

Always fresh,

JJ

 jj.NatureNourished@gmail.com
256-684-5401
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February 16, 2012

Apple's OS X Mountain Lion brings a lot of new features to the table. It's the future of instant messaging, for one thing, and probably more than a few other things as well. But with the update, Apple's also moving to push some of the apps you use—and love—to the wayside like so much rubbish. Here's what's at the top of the OS X Mountain Lion hit list. Adium & AIM Most folks probably ditched the plain old AIM client for iChat or Adium ages ago, but Messages obliterates any reason for hanging onto it. Adium's also under the gun, since its main selling points were its Growl compatibility and easy-to-navigate cross-platform logs. The new Messages has Notification Center banners and an embedded hub to nullify Adium's Growl integration. And if you're a log-fiend, then syncing from mobile devices to your desktop is a really nice addition. Then there's the fact that if you want to loop in FaceTime and iMessages to your chat life, you've got no choice but Messages. That's huge because of just how good iMessage is; it's the richest and best IM protocol, and you'd be crazy to ditch it if you've got an iPhone or iPad. Messages also has the added benefit of being actively maintained by Apple; Adium's mostly left to rot. At this point, the only thing left for Adium, it seems, is skin and icon modding. Which is something, I guess?


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