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CHINO, Calif., Oct. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Specialty Enzymes & Probiotics is pleased to share that the National Institute of Health (NIH) Office of Dietary Supplements has included ImmunoSEB™ and ProbioSEB CSC3™ in its Fact Sheet for Health Professionals: Dietary Supplements in the Time of COVID-19
"We’re proud that NIH has recognized the safety and efficacy of ImmunoSEB™ and ProbioSEB CSC3™, especially in today’s global health crisis," said Vic Rathi, Founder and President of Specialty Enzymes & Probiotics. "Our mission is to create powerful natural products to promote good health, and we’ve done that with this potent enzyme and probiotics combo."  
The Probiotics section of the NIH Dietary Supplement Fact Sheet for Health Professionals highlights the promising results of a recently published clinical trial on ImmunoSEB™ and ProbioSEB CSC3™ in the journal Medicines. In the trial, people experiencing muscle weakness and brain fog post COVID-19 were treated with the enzyme and probiotic combo for 14 days. The fact sheet states, "After 14 days of treatment, fatigue resolved in 91% of individuals who took the enzyme and probiotic supplement and only 15% of individuals who took the placebo."
ImmunoSEB™ is a powerful blend of nine proteolytic and antioxidant enzymes shown to promote immune response. ProbioSEB CSC3™ is a revolutionary blend of three Bacillus species probiotics, which are spore-forming, acid-stable and shelf-stable – saving manufacturers’ time and resources, and ensuring consumers get the full benefit of the probiotics. *  
Specialty Enzymes & Probiotics is a research-driven manufacturer with decades of experience in nutraceuticals. As a true enzyme and probiotics manufacturer, the company has supply chain visibility and provides unparalleled technical support through every step of the process. Specialty’s strict quality standards are backed by a lengthy list of the most rigorous third-party certifications.
To learn how you can add ImmunoSEB™ and ProbioSEB CSC3™ to your product line, or how consumers can get finished supplements, email [email protected] or call (909) 613-1660.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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Smoothie Operator: Independent Blender Bringing Healthy Food To The Streets – BayStateBanner

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NEW ORLEANS — Good food and music are staples of New Orleans, Louisiana.
Unfortunately, that food usually comes in the form of seafood, gumbo, jambalaya, king cake and beignets — items that make your taste buds happy and your waistline expand.
However, 5th Ward native Domonique “Dinero” Meyers offers a delicious alternative to the city’s famous, but sometimes greasy fare. His Ascent Blends brand of organic smoothies had a modest start on the sidewalks of New Orleans, just a blender and organic fruits.
His efforts at healthy living didn’t go unnoticed — he recently secured a distribution deal with Rouses Markets that will soon see his smoothies and ginger shots on its store shelves. (Rouses started in Houma, Louisiana, more than 40 years ago and is one of the largest independent grocers in the U.S.)
Meyers — who prefers to go by Dinero — understands that health is wealth and hopes his Ascent Blends will create a healthier city. He recently talked with Zenger News about the success of his company, how the Rouses deal came to fruition and much more.
Percy Crawford interviewed Domonique “Dinero” Meyers for Zenger News.
 
Zenger: Tell us about the name of your company and the mission behind it. 
Dinero: It’s Ascent Blends; everything is handcrafted, made fresh daily. We’re your jump-start to becoming healthier. We are community-driven, and we care about your health.
Zenger: From what I understand, you were making smoothies in the hood and that turned into something big. How did it get started?
 
Dinero: Being mindful of my diet over the years, I started this company in July 2016. So, five years ago, I was riding on a pink scooter in my neighborhood, the 5th Ward. And I see a building that used to fix motorbikes and scooters for lease. I said: “This could be a smoothie business right here.”
I reached out, talked to the owner and the numbers were good. But I really wasn’t ready to start a business there. I had never even made a smoothie to sell. The idea just kind of sparked. I worked at a nonprofit, so I asked a few people there what I should do. They said: “Well, if you can’t get the building, just get started by setting up a stand at the barbershop in the neighborhood.” And that’s what I did.
They also told me to get quality ingredients. I wanted to make sure my smoothies are healthy. I wound up using non-dairy agave, which is better than sugar.
I started selling smoothies at the barbershop. They were an instant hit. I was out there 24/7, all over the city. I would have the entire sidewalk lined up with people wanting smoothies, which weren’t available anywhere else. We didn’t have any healthy options there — the 5th Ward is crammed with liquor stores and fried foods.
I was working out every day on the sidewalk, people were joining in with me, and I also started running and doing 5K runs. We are definitely about health education and informing all of our customers, leaving them with literature and inspiration on changing their lifestyle. It’s much more than just a smoothie.
Zenger: Was it hard to get these healthy smoothies to take off in a city not known for having healthy dining options? 
Dinero: it was a bit challenging, but it wasn’t hard. About three or four years ago, things were shifting in the city. You started seeing some healthier options come around. I think that I had a lot to do with people being able to have access to that kind of product. It helps that my smoothies really taste good. I’ve had people looking at my green smoothie like:“Man, that thing probably tastes nasty.” Keep in mind, I’m dealing with the hood, so it was straight like that. It was: “Ugh, I don’t want that green one, give me the pink one.” But then they would taste the green one and find out it’s amazing.
I actually shook the culture from understanding that looks can be deceiving when it comes to things like a healthy smoothie. You have to give things a try.
Zenger: How did the deal with Rouses come about? 
Dinero: One of my homies had a meeting with Rouses about figuring out how to do something together. He brought in a few people who had businesses already, from the farmers to people who cooked to products. He said he wanted to do a vendor market every week or something like that at Rouses. So, I took the meeting. I’m community-based, and there were a lot of things at stake, as far as them righting their wrongs. So, if they were willing to do the undoing, I’m with it.
That was my whole pitch in the meeting. This is not just about me. It’s about creating opportunities for jobs. It was a decision I had to make for myself and others. We are about four or five months in now, and every Saturday, we do the market at Rouses on Tchoupitoulas. And very soon, they will have my fresh-pressed juices and ginger shots on the shelf in their CBD [Central Business District] location.
(Edited by Matthew B. Hall and Fern Siegel)
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The Beats Fit Pro wireless earbuds are now officially available for purchase via Apple’s Malaysian website. The earbuds were first launched in the US back in November, while their worldwide release was announced to be slated for 28 January 2022 – though it seems that Malaysia is getting it a couple of days early.
The earbuds come with both adaptive Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) and a transparency mode, as well as support for head-tracking Spatial Audio. It is also equipped with the Apple H1 chip, giving it many features that AirPods users enjoy; including instant pairing, audio sharing, and seamless audio switching between devices.
The Beats Fit Pro are marketed as fitness earphones, so they come with flexible wingtips that should keep them snug in your ears while working out. They are also IPX4 water-resistant, feature auto play/pause when you take them out, and uses Class 1 Bluetooth technology with a range of up to 100 metres.
As for the battery life, Beats claims a six-hour battery life with ANC turned on, with an additional 18 hours with the charging case, though Beats’ original press release claimed 21 hours of battery life from the case. Once low on battery, five minutes of Fast Fuel charging will give you an hour of listening time.
For controls, the earbuds have a single tactile “b” button on each bud for changing listening modes, taking calls, and activating the voice assistant. The buttons can also be remapped to adjust the volume. Additionally, most of the earbuds’ features are compatible with Android through the Beats companion app.
Priced at RM909, the Beats Fit Pro come in black, white, purple, and grey. Malaysians can pre-order the product now and, according to the product page, it will start shipping on 27 January. The earbuds ship with a USB-C to USB-C cable but as with most Apple products, it doesn’t come with a charging brick.
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