My Zrii Srory

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http://multilevelAFFILIATE.com My Zrii Story What is Zrii? Zrii is a wonderful Sanskrit word that means light, luster, splendor, and prosperity. That definition also describes our organization, which is why Zrii is the perfect name for us. It is also the definition of what we do—we enable others to shine, to have prosperity, and to discover good fortune. Zrii is also the name of our nutritional drink supplement. Once again, the Zrii name fits on many levels, since this product can become your source for increased energy and renewed vitality. It can also be a wellspring for general health and wellbeing, as well as a way to open up new financial opportunities and lifestyle possibilities. So what does Zrii mean to you? More than you ever imagined Nutritional Information Zrii offers you many potential health benefits. Why? It’s no surprise once you look at the incredible nutritional profile of amalaki, the keystone ingredient in Zrii. This small fruit contains a huge number of nutrients that can contribute to improved health and wellness. Here is a sample: Phytonutrients, amino acids, trace minerals, anti-oxidants, polyphenols, tannins, bioflavonoids–substances well-documented for their ability to promote cellular rejuvenation and overall vitality. Ellagic and gallic acid, and emblicanin–polyphenols that may help to reduce cellular oxidative stress, destroy free radicals, and support the detoxification of the body. Rutin, quercetin superoxide dismutase–substances that can contribute to amalaki’s anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, and youth-promoting qualities. Ascorbagins–“mighty molecules” that are shown to create a protective bond around their own rich source of Vitamin C molecules, making them more bio-available than synthetic varieties. And to think that the amalaki is only one of the seven active ingredients in Zrii. The other six enhance the effectiveness of amalaki, and also contain incredible nutritive qualities themselves. For example, Jujube is high in vitamin C, ...

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