Why You May Not Be Getting Enough Antioxidants In Your Diet

Tuesday, September 3, 2013 by Lee Swanson

Dear Friends and Valued Customers:

In today's featured video from iHealthTube.com, nutritionist Angela Bruer-Balouch explains that even if you think you're eating a proper diet, you likely aren't getting enough antioxidants. Watch her interview below to find out what you can do to help raise your antioxidant levels.

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I invite you to watch the video below and share your reaction in the comments section below this post. As always, I wish you the very best of health.

Lee Swanson

 

 

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About Angela Bruer-Balouch

Angela Bruer-Balouch has a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from the University of Phoenix and is a Certified Nutrition Coach. Bruer-Balouch is a mother of three and despite a passion for healthy living once weighed nearly 200 pounds. For her and her kids sake, she made a lifestyle change that saw her drop more than 50 pounds and keep it off.  

Now Angela helps educate and reach out to others about the importance of nutrition, education and a healthy lifestyle through stabilizing blood sugar, antioxidants and overall wellness.

 

Disclaimer: This video is being shared for informational purposes only. The statements contained within this video are opinions of the guest speaker only and not intended to make any claims, express or implied, regarding products sold by Swanson Health Products. iHealthTube and Swanson Health Products encourage you to seek the advice of a qualified professional for any health concern, including supplemental nutrition.


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