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27 February 2007

Rake In The Benefits!

Life enhancing wellness tip...

This wellness tip is intended to be a primary source of
lifestyle information for you and your family.
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If you're a gardener, you know it's a great way to connect with
nature, but are you aware of the health benefits you're raking
in?

Gardening is similar to working out in a gym. It can help you
to peel off the pounds. Raking and planting burn 324 calories
per hour. Pushing a motorized lawn mower, trimming shrubs and
weeding burn 364 calories per hour. Digging, spading and
tilling burn a whopping 404 calories per hour.

It's no wonder gardeners are a healthier bunch. They tend to
have lower blood pressure, more strength and endurance,
stronger bones and muscles, healthier hearts and lower body fat.
Gardening is also good for your mind. It's both calming and
stimulating and helps you to relieve tension. You'll rake in
even more benefits when the fruits of your labor are consumed.

To protect your green thumb and the rest of your hands, use
Watkins all natural Old Red Barn Salve after gardening, with
natural plant oils and vitamin E. It will soothe and protect
your hands and keep you feeling more like a gladiola and less
like a pansy. The gardener's best friend!

Product Benefits...

*- All-natural, no petrochemicals, only pure plant oils.

*- Pure, natural plant essences and essential oils with proven
therapeutic benefits.

Think Wellness!

To learn more about natural based complementary and
alternative products that enhance your lifestyle goals, you
are cordially invited to visit... "My Wellness Store"

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These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and
Drug Administration. These products are not intended to
diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.



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