Fuel your body with the legendary SUPERFOOD of Native American mountain men!

31 Jul 2002, Chihuahua State, Mexico --- July 2002: Tarahumara runners during the Ultramarathon. Last year's winner, Pedro Kimare. --- Photo by Keith Dannemiller/Corbis SABA | Location: Guchochi, Chihuahua, Mexico. --- Image by © Keith Dannemiller/Corbis

In the Copper Canyons of Mexico, a forgotten tribe of Native Americans is virtually immune to most of the common health problems Americans face today.

“When it comes to the top 10 health risks facing American men, the Tarahumara are practically immortal: Their incidence rate is at or near zero in just about every category,” reports Men’s Health magazine.

In fact, the few Westerners who have lived among them report seeing no Western disease.


Age seems to have little effect on them, either:

A 55-year-old Tarahumara man won a 100-mile race at 12,000 feet in the Colorado Rockies — beating out some of the best ultra-marathon competitors in the world with nearly a full hour lead — stopping only for a beer at the eighty-seven-mile mark!

Another Tarahumara runner had the stamina to run 435 miles in just over 48 hours… seemingly without injury. That’s like running from New York to Cleveland!

But their 500-year-old secret to optimal health is not just for runners...

Whether you’re a busy mom in need of an energy boost… or a retiree who wants more youthful joints, strong bones, and a healthy heart… the secret to perpetual wellness starts here.

To your good health,

Becky Jansen
Director of Research & Development
NorthStar Nutritionals

P.S. The Tarahumara Indians fuel their bodies with an incredible superfood that beats the pants off flaxseed, blueberries, and salmon. Find out what it is and what it can do for you — even if you’re 70 or older

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