What if…just WHAT IF something you love and partake of everyday could be good for you too? No really, this is not a story on the 11 o’clock news, this is real life stuff. Drumroll please! Introducing the world’s first healthy coffee! Gano Excel introduces its healthful coffee for the first time in the United States. This is REAL coffee, not a coffee substitute, grown and processed organically without the use of pesticides, chemicals, hormones or artificial fertilizers. It also removes toxins from the body and every cup you drink you can feel better and realize increasing health benefits. WOW! What makes the coffee so healthy? It contains an incredible taste-free mushroom substance called Ganoderma which provides healthful properties. This coffee is very low in acid and has dramatically diminished caffeine content, in fact less than most commercially sold decaf coffees. The Ganoderma mushroom extract in this coffee has been used medicinally in Asia for over 2,000 years.
Let’s go one step further, why not consider starting your own Gano Excel distributorship today and benefit by earning money from home? Take a gander at their June Special, you can start your own business this month by purchasing two boxes of coffee at affiliate prices. (see website for details) Just imagine offering your friends and family a healthful product that they already buy at the grocery store. No special pills or potions or lotions, just coffee! Ok, they also offer tea and mocha, just in case you run across a NON-coffee drinker. This website is “Chock-full-of” information, check them out and enjoy your own low-cost distributorship today!
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