Chug A Chaga Beverage To Good Health

2008-12-09 08:33

With Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year's Eve looming, Americans are preparing to set aside their healthy lifestyles in favor of indulging in all the gustatory festivities. Celebratory soft drinks and alcoholic beverages are loaded with empty calories at best and harmful ingredients at their worst. Sayan Health wants holiday revelers to drink to their good health this holiday season with a beverage that's actually healthy.

The all-natural, caffeine-, gluten- and artificial-sweetener-free Sayan Chaga fills that toasting bill. Available in original, raspberry and peach varieties, this drink consists of wild, hand-picked herbs and berries that work in combination to help make the imbiber strong and healthy.

Sayan Health offers a healthy alternative to alcohol and sodas. From the wilderness of the Sayan Mountains of Siberia, the Chaga beverage is made from a rare herb that is hand-picked in the birch tree forests. Daily drinkers of this exotic brew have been documented to live 100 years. Indeed, as far back as 4,600 years ago, Chinese traditional medicine referred to Chaga as the "King of Herbs."

One of the most powerful, concentrated sources of antioxidants, Chaga is believed to improve health and slow the aging process. It accomplishes these much sought-after health benefits by protecting the body's cells from free- radical damage. In addition, it enhances the body's ability to adapt to stress and harmful chemical or biological substances.

Troy Seeley, President of Sayan Health, believes Chaga is filling a much needed void in the beverage industry. "We are proud to be able to address this market. With over 1,400 clinical and scientific research publications having supported Chaga's health claims over the last 40 years, our revolutionary drink is positioned to exact a breakthrough in individuals' way of life. If they haven't already, Sayan Chaga is a name people will be hearing about."

Holiday revelers who would like to live long and prosper as they ring out the old and ring in the new can find Sayan Chaga at their local Whole Foods Market or ask about it at their favorite health food market.

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