North American Herb & Spice Quick-Alert

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Wide awake formula
Stay sharp and focused.
Quick-Alert is so much more than the frantic feeling you get when you drink coffee. Quick-Alert is the strength you need to get things done. Mental, physical, emotional strength is what we all need to get through our daily demands. Be awake, alert, and full of life without the dangerous effects of excessive caffeine

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Serving Size 1/2 Container
Servings Per Container 2
Amount Per Serving % DV
Calories 15.00
Quick-Alert proprietary blend 25.00 ml**
Siberian chaga concentrate 0.00**
pomegranate syrup 0.00**
Honey 0.00**
muscadine grape syrup 0.00**
wild essences of oregano rosemary sage neroli orange blossom and rose petal 0.00 **
** Daily Value (DV) not established

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Take 1/2 container as needed throughout the day

Other Ingredients: springwater

Warning: Statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Mfd. for North American Herb & Spice
P.O. Box 4885
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089

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Summer by the Grill: Quick and Lean

Summer by the Grill: Quick and Lean
Make your barbecue a deliciously healthy feast
Summer by the Grill: Quick?and Lean
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When it comes to healthy outdoor eating, think of lean protein with lots of vegetables and fruits.

For many, summer is a passport out of the hot confines of the kitchen and into the territory of the outside grill. Celebrate the change of scenery by taking advantage of nature's delicious bounty.

From the grill to the table

Let local produce provide inspiration for easy and wholesome summer meals:

  • Kabobs: Thread skewers with thick slices of tempeh, tofu, or firm-fleshed fish such as monkfish. Alternate with cherry tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, mushrooms, onions, or peppers. Marinate with equal parts olive oil, soy sauce, lime juice, and maple syrup, and add a dash of mustard, salt, pepper, and some fresh rosemary.
  • Portobello burger: This large member of the mushroom family makes an ideal stand-in for the typical hamburger fare. Use your favorite marinade or simply brush with olive oil and seasonings, then place on the grill until tender. Top with the usual suspects: freshly sliced tomatoes, lettuce, onion, and pickle.
  • Salmon and corn-on-the-cob: Place salmon fillets in aluminum foil, coat with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt and pepper or your own concoction. Close up the foil package and place over the heat source. Corn-on-the-cob makes a tasty side dish. Preboil the corn and then place directly on the grill. Spice lovers may want to coat the cobs with chili powder or Cajun spice prior to cooking.
  • Dessert: Raid the fruit bowl when heading out to the grill. Peaches, pineapple, apples, and chunks of mango grilled on a kebab with a dash of maple syrup can be tossed with yogurt or sour cream for a truly original fruit salad.

Too much of a good thing

As you plan your meals, add to the enjoyment by making them as healthy as possible. For example, grilling high-fat meats directly above flame or close to the heat source for a long period of time can create carcinogens (chemicals believed to lead to cancer). To decrease your exposure:

  • Grill thin cuts of lean meats, poultry, or fish (you might like to try some organic varieties). Quickly sear food and don't place it too close to the heat.
  • Consume large amounts of green vegetables. The chlorophyll in vegetables binds with carcinogens during digestion and helps to limit absorption. So, haul out your barbeque along with a healthy serving of greens.
  • Opt for a gas grill or natural wood briquettes instead of charcoal (and omit the lighter fluid, which contains high levels of volatile organic compounds that can cause smog).

In short, when it comes to healthy outdoor eating, think lean protein with lots of vegetables and fruits. Grill on low heat, but as quickly and thoroughly as possible. Follow these tips to enjoy healthy and fabulous food all summer long.

Kathleen Finn is a freelance writer and marketing consultant in the natural health industry. She wishes the barbeque season was a much longer one.

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