Friday, January 25, 2008

Alternative Medicine Where to get your "Cattle Food"

Update 2/22/08 Original Article was based on this Report
THE BENEFITS OF EATING LIKE A HORSE - Dr. David Williams(Extracted from ALTERNATIVES newsletter, Vol. 12, No. 3, September 2007)For more

Alternative Medicine update...Don't like the idea of going on Ebay to get your "Cattle Food" ( See Previous post) Global Light Network is the place to go. they go the extra mile for thier customers. I have purchased MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution) from them and the website is an adventure in Strange Wellness. I am not an affiliate and I will make no money for sending you to them.

For research on this "Cattle Food" go to VRP Vitamin Research Products Here is a link for a Webinar on "Epicor" there you will find the research you need to convince you that this is a very low cost way to maintain you immune system

VRP is a first class Vitamin source if you just have to have your "Cattle Food" in capsule form.

My choice is Global Light to get it in Bulk at a much greater savings see product description below

Diamond V – XPC Yeast Culture
Diamond V – XPC Yeast Culture was originally a feed ingredient produced by fermenting selected liquid and cereal grain raw ingredients with bakers yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) and drying the entire culture-media without destroying the yeast factors, B-vitamins and other fermentation products. Used in a variety of animal feeds and pet foods until the humans working with producing and packaging this product were found to have stronger immune systems than their co-workers who were not exposed to it.

It is being widely consumed by humans for strengthening the immune system.


Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast grown on a media of processed grain by-products, roughage products, cane molasses, malt and corn syrup.


Diamond V can be added to beverages, sprinkled on food, added to empty gelatin capsules or taken straight.

Guidelines are ½ teaspoon to a heaping ½ teaspoon daily for adults and 1/8 teaspoon daily for children.

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