Monday, April 27, 2009

Dr. Tim’s Cryoflux technology is now “Green”

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St. George, Utah Cryoflux is a cold concentration technology pioneered by Dr. Tim. It is utilized to produce the most bioactive and potent fruit juices all the while protecting the natural elements and taste of the juice. Dr. Tim was inspired to develop this technology in answer to the expensive and heat damaging alternative technologies now used in the fruit juice industry. “I didn’t think that reconstituted powders or juice exposed to heat evaporative processes did much to protect the integrity of fruit juice” Dr. Tim continues “ I knew I could do better so I developed this process that really protects the juice while concentrating it”.

The Cryoflux process is a technology that is a “Green” technology. By harnessing the power of the sun we have been able to free our energy demands from traditional electricity and fossil fuels. Our process uses a unique solar powered liquescent reduction phase that allows us to remove unwanted water in the form of ice. Not only does this result in a superior quality of juice concentrate but also helps Dr. Tim’s Exotic Juices achieve their goal to reduce their carbon foot print as a company. “We are saving the planet by saving the rainforests through our wild harvest practices and reducing the emission of poisonous greenhouse gases.”

Cryoflux is a proprietary technology used exclusively by Dr. Tim’s Exotic Juices. Dr. Tim’s Exotic Juices make and markets their own brand of Acai, Mangosteen, Goji and Noni juices. Located in the Mojave Desert they have plenty of sun to power their solar based concentration technology.

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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Pandemic Fears Fanned With Spread of Swine Flu

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St. George, Utah A virulent new viral strain combining elements of swine flu, human flu and avian flu has leapfrogged past containment measures and is now circulating "in the wild" in Mexico, California, Kansas, Texas and now probably New York. NBC news reports suspected cases have also popped up in Massachusetts and Minnesota. Up to 68 deaths have already occurred from the new viral strain called H1N1. Over 1,000 people may have been infected. The CDC does not really know how many are infected, as it's still very early in the spread of the viral strain and reliable data isn't yet available.

"We have determined that this virus is contagious and is spreading from human to human," says the CDC on their web site ( But they don't know exactly how contagious the disease really is, or what the fatality rate might be. U.S. residents who were infected have recovered, while many infected people in Mexico have died. It is not yet clear why there is a difference in the survival rate across these two countries.

For the moment the new virus seems to be sensitive to Tamiflu and Relenza. Washing your hands and avoiding contact with individuals exhibiting the flu-like symptoms can be your best frontline defense strategy. Additionally boosting ones immune system with foods and juices high in antioxidants are believed to be very effective in combating these viruses.

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