RICH IN BODY, RICH IN MIND
Do you know why a larger percentage of the super-rich are super healthy?
They eat right; everything in the right proportion. They eat in bits and pieces, little of this, little of that, and the diet is balanced.
At events and occasions, they don’t finish their food. No matter how nice and sumptuous looking their meals are, they end up leaving a whole piece of meat untouched and virtually half of the rice or pounded yam.
And their drinks? They never fill their cups to the brim; be it wine, juice, spirit or beer, their glasses are almost never filled. Even with the half-filled cup, they sip it slowly in smaller quantity not more than one teaspoonful at a time. At the end of the day, they might not even finish the drink.
This bits-and-pieces eating habit helps them eat variety of foods which gives them balanced nutrition, stronger bodies and sharper minds to be on top of their games.
However for the economically disadvantage segment who does not have the financial resources to access exotic foods, is there a hope of getting balance nutrition?
There seems to be.
There is a specially formulated food fortified with 28 vitamins and minerals that guarantees stronger body and sharper mind. When added to other foods, the combination guarantees enhanced physical and mental performances for its consumers.
It is Peak Milk, and enables consumers to eat ‘bits and pieces of this and that’ like the super-rich, without actually shopping for the individual constituent food items.
That means Peak Milk in meals is the cheapest and fastest means of getting quality nutrition. So if you want to be like the rich, eat like the rich. And if you can’t get what they eat, go around it.
Leverage Peak Milk’s inclusion in meals as a strategy for balanced nutrition, and a bridge between the nutrition pattern of the rich and the poor.
Be rich in mind, be rich in body.