Archive for March, 2010

We met Joanna at the Christchurch Food Show last week and we are happy to hear she’s getting great results from our blackcurrant powder…

“Sujon Blackcurrant powder is invaluable. It has made a huge difference to my energy during training and also speed of muscle recovery and decreased muscle soreness after training. There has also been a noticeable decrease in visual strain from my computer screen. I will never be without this product again… Thanks again for providing such an outstanding product – the more people that understand the benefits the better, I am certainly encouraging our company to try it!” – Joanna Lumsden, Online Consultant – House of Travel, Christchurch, New Zealand

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Kelly summited NZ’s highest peak, Mount Cook in December 2009. She talks about her experience with the blackcurrant powder…

“The powder gave me the ability to train harder and longer for the climb… it helped me recover phenomenally quickly. I was stoked, following the climb that week I was out running, muscle fatigue was non-existent.”

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Dawn Chalmers – Sports Physiotherapist and NZ’s number one ranked female boxer has SuJon Blackcurrant powder in her corner…

“I noticed the great effects of Sujon Powder right from the first time I used it and I think this product really rocks. The high impact nature of competitive boxing often results in delayed-onset-muscle soreness (DOMS) and the Sujon powder really helps me combat this. I take one tea-spoon after training and feel great the next morning.

This powder really does what it says, tastes nice and I love that it is low in calories, convenient to use and available when ever I need it. It’s great to be able to recommend a natural, NZ made product to my patients including international and recreational athletes.

It is great to have the advantages of Sujon powder in my corner in my quest to qualify for the Olympics.”

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Nelson Giants player is on the juice and its helping him to be his best…

“I began taking the blackcurrant powder at the start of our preseason conditioning phase. I came to this phase in worse shape than usual, and was expecting stiffness and pain from the sessions to be worse than in previous years. In fact, I felt better in the mornings following training than I have in the past 10 years of preseason training. As well as decreased muscle stiffness and fatigue, I felt like I had more energy than in the past.

My physical training now involves a lot of power specific weight sessions, which are typically very jarring, and hard on the muscles and joints causing muscle pain in the next 2 days. Again my body feels better than ever, with minimal stiffness and muscle fatigue. It means I can train better day after day.

Sujon Blackcurrant is now a regular part of my pre-training and recovery regime, and it will be for the rest of my playing career.”

You can purchase SuJon Blackcurrant powder online at http://www.sujon.co.nz/powder.htm.

Nelson Giants player Mike Fitchett uses Sujon Blackcurrant as a regular part of his pre-training and recovery regime.

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Try this natural face mask made from raspberries, which helps protect against the suns rays. Vitamin C’s antioxidant powers help fade age spots and discoloration. It also rounds out the skin to fill in minor wrinkles… how awesome is that!

Ingredients
2 cups of defrosted Sujon raspberries AND
1 cup of plain yogurt

Method
– Blend until smooth.
– Apply the mixture to your face and put a slice of cucumber on each eye.
– Let is sit for 15 minutes.
– Rinse with warm water.

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The USDA has tested over 1000 foods, ranking them by their nutrient density of the top 14 essential nutrients; and then by the amount of calories you eat in order to achieve that density.

(The nutrients are: Protein, thiamine, riboflavin, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, monounsaturated fat, calcium, potassium, iron, zinc, vitamin B12, folate.)

Nutrient Density is the amount of goodness you get. Nutrient Richness is the amount of calories you have to also eat to achieve the goodness.

And amazingly the Blackcurrant is the world’s number one food for BOTH nutrient density AND for Nutrient Richness. The most goodness and the most goodness for the least calories!

So if you’re into a balanced diet (having good food to balance your fast food and fast lifestyle!): add some Sujon Blackcurrant Powder to your diet – go to http://www.sujon.co.nz/powder.htm for more information.

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