At work and in life, there is one true goal: to be on top of one's game. With a strong skill set, perseverance, and dedication, one is poised to conquer battles.
However, all these will be for naught if the body cannot keep up with the mind and the heart.
To achieve a holistic wellbeing, it is important to have both a sound mind and a sound body. This is only possible if one maintains a healthy diet and pursues an active lifestyle. For a boost, one can take the much touted 'superfood', such as acai berry.
According to Dr. Edward Group, acai berries contain "a type of antioxidant that supports balanced cholesterol levels." Acai berries also have "powerful detoxification capacities" that may aid in keeping the digestive system clean. Because of its phytochemicals, acai berries may also slow the aging process.
Acai berries are found in the Amazon rain forests in South America. In the Philippines, one can take Organique Acai (Premium Blend and Freeze-dried Capsules), which is made from all-natural, organic acai berries with no additives or preservatives, not even extenders. Organique Acai is available in all leading drugstores.
Organique Acai is the Organique Triathlon Team's secret for getting ahead of their game. The team has been winning back-to-back awards in competitions they have joined.
Aside from staying alert, energetic, and full of stamina all throughout their continuous training -- even during off-season -- the triathlon team also make Organique Acai an indispensable part of their daily diet. This way, they can be sure that they are not only fit physically, but they’re also strong, their immune system not compromised.
As a testament to their rigorous training and healthy diet program, Mr. Glenn Gonzalez was able to participate in the recently concluded Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii, a very prestigious event where only invited triathletes may participate.
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