Friday, April 1, 2011

Superfruit-Powered Gummy Vitamins for All Ages

Hero Nutritionals Gummy Vitamins ........Gummy-style vitamins are helping kids munch down their daily supplements without a grimace, but some pediatric dentists worry that the candy look-alikes and taste-alikes could be harmful to little teeth.

The sugar combined with the gooey texture could add up to increased cavities, says Mary Hayes, a spokeswoman for the American Dental Association and a pediatric dentist in private practice in Chicago. "I will see children who have been cavity-free, and then they start eating these gummy vitamins, and boom, they have cavities within three months to a year," Hayes says.

Certain bacteria that live on the teeth like to feast on the sugars that are in many gummy vitamins. After the bacteria process those sugars, they excrete acids onto the teeth, and that's what leads to decay and cavities, Hayes says. "Gummy-type vitamins are more likely to sit on or between the teeth longer where the bacteria can thrive. It only takes about 20 minutes for bacteria to start excreting acids."

Innovative Superfoods Company Genesis Today Unveils New Line of Superfruit-Powered Gummy Vitamins for All Ages.......
According to industry reports, one-third of adults use a multi-vitamin and mineral supplement regularly; however, many find the idea of pill form vitamins hard to swallow. Admittedly or not, parents have been poaching their kids'.

Fastest growing juice brands and emerging leader in the superfood consumer category, today announced the launch of a new line of superfruit gummy vitamins. Offering superfruit nutrition along with great taste, Genesis Today Acai Energy Gummy Vitamins, Superfruit Omega 3 Gummy Vitamins and Superfruit Immunity Gummy Vitamins are now available at Walgreens stores nationwide. This new line features visually appealing adult-grade vitamins in a gummy form that both smell and taste great, powered by the world's most potent superfruits..
According to industry reports, one-third of adults use a multi-vitamin and mineral supplement regularly; however, many find the idea of pill form vitamins hard to swallow. Admittedly or not, parents have been poaching their kids' gummy vitamins for years –but the nutrient levels of most gummy vitamins currently available on the market are not up-to-par with what an adult body requires. Genesis Today Gummy Vitamins fill this void by harnessing the nutritious benefits of superfruits to naturally support higher energy levels, healthy brain function and overall immune system health in adults.
"Rather than waiting for the stomach and intestines to break down the protective coating on traditional tablet vitamins, Genesis Today Gummy Vitamins can be broken down by enzymes in the saliva, enabling the vitamins and minerals to enter the blood stream directly through the mouth and maximizing absorption," says Dr. Lindsey Duncan, CEO and Founder of Genesis Today. "When combined with a well-balanced diet and an active lifestyle, these Gummy Vitamins are a convenient, affordable and delicious way for people of all ages to get the necessary nutrients to support the body's immune system and overall wellbeing, and help us get the nutrients we're lacking in today's over-processed diet."

Genesis Today Acai Energy Gummy Vitamins..
These delicious vitamins provide natural energy support. These water-soluble vitamins supply the body with vital energy assistance with a powerful punch of Acai berry and B complex vitamins. Acai Energy Gummy Vitamins also contain vitamins C and E to work together to fight off free radicals. One bottle contains more than one flavor, including naturally-flavored grape, berry and citrus gummy vitamins.
Genesis Today Superfruit Omega-3 Gummy Vitamins..
These yummy gummy vitamins are an easy and delicious way to deliver Omega-3 nutrients to the heart and brain. In fact, the human brain is made up of about 60% fat, so it's no wonder that Omega-3 fatty acids actually feed brain function. Omega -3 fatty acids (DHA, EPA and ALA) are essential for healthy and flexible joints, too. One bottle contains a delicious mix of citrus, peach and mango flavors.
Genesis Today Superfruit Immunity Gummy Vitamins..
The Immunity vitamins bring a burst of immune support with Zinc, Vitamin C and Echinacea to help the body maintain a strong immune system. Superfruit Immunity gummies also contain antioxidants A, C and E, which act as a triple threat against free radicals. One bottle contains an assortment of flavors, including strawberry, cherry and citrus gummy vitamins.
Dentists add that cavities aren't necessarily inevitable if children chew gummy vitamins

The world met Snooki.

Snooki brings Jersey Shore lifestyle to York's Pullo Center..

And on Tuesday night, 700 people got to see Snooki at the Pullo Center at Penn State York. It was part of a question-and-answer-and-dance-lesson-and-hair-poof-seminar of sorts. In essence, it was "Welcome to the world of Snooki, York."
Nicole - she said during her show she grows tired of people only shouting out "Snooki" - can't believe her fame, either.
"I don't have talent. I don't dance or anything," she told the crowd. "I'm blessed."
Afterward, she defended herself from critics of her quick rise to fame.
"We're lucky. Our show blew up and I never knew it was going to happen," she said. "It could have flopped, it could have been the most embarrassing thing in the world. I kind of took a risk. We're lucky with what happened to the show."
Her fans on hand were practically squealing with excitement, even as several said they weren't even quite sure what exactly they expected Snooki to do during the show.
"I like it when she's drunk and doing cartwheels," said Erin Phelan, 18, a Frederick, Md., high schooler who drove up with friends. "It's Snooki. Why would you not want to come?"
Friends Nicole Whitehead and Nicole Toomey, 17-year-olds from Manchester, spent a week preparing homemade outfits declaring their adoration for their namesake reality star.
"Our whole school knows our obsession," joked Toomey.
"She's just so much fun!" added Whitehead.
And then there were the guys who were just hoping the diminutive celebrity might notice them.
"I'll see if she likes this area," Red Lion's Travis Weissinger, 17, said with a laugh. "I've never

The show, on for three seasons, follows the lives of several self-professed "guidos and guidettes" as they spend summers anywhere from New Jersey to Miami to, starting next season, Italy.
Nicole has parlayed those 15 minutes of fame into a book - she's a New York Times bestselling author - a fashion line of her animal-print slippers, and speaking engagements around the country.
"I never thought I'd write a book ever in my life ... I was like, 'Let's write a freaking novel,'" she said.
Tuesday's topics stayed all on gossip and behind-the-scenes questions.
Among Nicole's responses, which would be familiar to any Jersey Shore lover:
** She's never dating castmate Vinnie. "He's pale and has no muscles!"
** On fashion, "You'll always look hot in animal print."
** On dancing, she recommends doing her "tree branch" move of doing lots of flowing arm movements. She also showed some male audience members how to "beat up the beat," the famed dance move by Pauly D, Ronnie, the Situation and Vinnnie.
** On the realness of the reality show: "You can't make that (obscenity) up. It's all real." She added anyone on that kind of show should "be prepared to show the world all of you. Your angry days, your sad days."
** Her nickname is from a "Save the Last Dance" movie character, a DJ named Snooki.
Afterward, Nicole sat at a desk, ready for a meet-and-greet with fans while E! "True Hollywood Story" filmed footage for their show.