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Vitamin C is necessary for cell growth and repair in men, women, and children. It is also vital for healing wounds and forming scar tissue, repairing and maintaining bone and teeth strength, and forming skin, ligaments, and tendons. Vitamin C is also an antioxidant and is important to countering some of the damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are responsible for aging and have been linked to cancer, heart disease, and arthritis. Vitamin C is found in citrus fruits, berries, spinach, sweet potatoes, broccoli, and tomatoes, and may also be taken as a nutritional supplement.
You can work to keep your heart and the rest of your body healthy with the Heart Health formula from Pulse Beverages. This functional beverage contains vitamin C, selenium, and fiber to keep your cholesterol low and your energy high! To learn more about our health drinks for me and women, contact our Denver office today at (888) 713-0470.
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High cholesterol plays a major role in heart attacks and strokes for men and women alike. But as you will learn in this video, getting enough good cholesterol is an important aspect of staying healthy.
Cholesterol is a natural substance found in food and is necessary for healthy cell maintenance. Unfortunately, too much cholesterol can cause deposits to form in the arteries, causing blockages that can eventually lead to heart disease or stroke. By making some simple dietary and lifestyle changes, it is possible to reverse the effects of high cholesterol and get your nutrition back on track.
Here at Pulse Beverages, our nutritional experts are committed to keeping men and women in optimal health. You can learn more about how our healthy drinks provide the supplements you need to complement your diet by checking out our website or calling (888) 713-0470 today!
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DENVER – (MARKETWIRE – May 14, 2013) – The Pulse Beverage Corporation (OTCQB: PLSB) (“Pulse”), makers of PULSE® brand of functional beverages and Cabana™ 100% Natural Lemonade, today announced that it has secured four more distributors in the populous state of California. Coverage extends to more than 30 million of the 37 million residents. Pulse has completed its second run of its flagship product, PULSE®, and has begun shipping to Southern California.
Existing distributors are: Avanzar Sales and Distribution, covering Orange, LA, San Bernardino and Riverside counties; Geyser Distributing covering 14 counties including San Francisco and Alameda; Specialty Beverage Distributor covering San Diego and Imperial counties; G.B.L. Distributing Company covering Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo counties; Premium Beverage Company covering Santa Cruz and Monterey; and D&L Distributing.
Patrick Madden of Specialty Beverage, based out of San Diego, said, “We just started selling Cabana™ and the reception and resulting sales have been outstanding. We are very excited to distribute Cabana™ to our customers.”
Bill Juarez, President of Avanzar, commented, “We are excited to further our partnership with Pulse to assist in the launch of PULSE® into the Southern California marketplace. The collaboration of Pulse and Baxter Labs is unique and in our 25+ years in the beverage industry we can’t recall a brand that has come to market with the evolutionary combination of proven health benefits and great taste. We believe this new line of functional beverages will only add to the strength of the Cabana™ brand which we currently represent for Pulse in the natural food channel as well as distribute in our DSD businesses in SoCal and soon to be in Arizona.”
About The Pulse Beverage Corporation
The Pulse Beverage Corporation is an emerging growth beverage company that manufactures and distributes Cabana™ 100% Natural Lemonade and PULSE® brand of functional beverages - originally developed by a major healthcare company, in three health platforms: PULSE® Heart Health Formula™, PULSE® Women’s Health Formula™ and PULSE® Men’s Health Formula™.
For more information visit: www.pulsebeverage.com or email email@example.com.
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Nutrients are any substances that provide energy and build or repair tissue. Common nutrients include proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and water. Be sure you are eating the right foods and drinking the correct fluids to stay happy and healthy by familiarizing yourself with this helpful guide to women’s nutrition.
Aging women are at heightened risk for developing osteoporosis, a bone disease that lets to increased risk of breakage or fractures, but it’s never too soon to start taking proactive measures to protect your bone health. Many experts recommend eating and drinking dairy products such as milk and cheese and taking in extra kale, citrus fruits, oatmeal, and soy to get your daily dose of calcium. You may also want to consider adding magnesium and vitamin D supplements to keep your bones strong.
Good nutrition is the key to reproductive health for women of all ages. If you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant, make sure you eat a diet rich in folic acid and B vitamins. Common sources include beans and legumes, dark leafy vegetables, and fortified cereals, breads, and health drinks. If you are menopausal, soy milk or supplements can alleviate symptoms of hot flashes.
For optimal health, experts recommend heart-healthy omega-3 fats found in salmon and other fatty fish. Omega-3s can also boost your mood, fight depression, and may protect against certain cancers. Another naturally healthy way to combat the effects of aging is eating wild antioxidant-rich blueberries. Blueberries contain anthocyanins, one of the most powerful forms of antioxidants. At only 80 calories per cup, you can afford to indulge.
At Pulse Beverages, we know that women have special health concerns. Our healthy drinks are both delicious and functional, and our beverages are rich with the antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals women need to stay healthy and fit. If you live in Denver, LA, or San Francisco, call (888) 713-0470 to find our health drinks near you.
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Do you have a hard time staying healthy when you dine out? Watch this video for some tips on how to meet your nutritional needs without getting extra calories from restaurant food and beverages.
First, always ask your waiter how items are prepared, and keep sauces and dressings on the side. Next, reduce calories by passing on the bread basket. Third, consider opting for healthy vegetables instead of starchy side dishes such as French fries. Fourth, remove skin from poultry, and avoid red meat if possible. Finally, exercise good portion control.
Whether you live in Denver, San Francisco, or LA, you can stay on top of your diet plan and keep your heart healthy by integrating health drinks from Pulse Beverages into your overall nutritional plan. Call us at (888) 713-0470 to learn more about our delicious beverages.