Archive for March, 2012

Dr. Oz and Melt®’s Perfect Blend

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

In a segment called, “Solutions to Break Your Food Addictions” (aired Thursday, March 8), Dr. Oz featured Melt® Organic as his best replacement for butter on the Dr. Oz Show!

Given Melt®’s humble roots in my kitchen, I was ecstatic to see it on the Dr Oz Show! I thoroughly enjoyed seeing both Dr. Oz and a guest from his audience loving Melt®’s divine, creamy taste while enjoying the added bonus of excellent nutrition.

While Dr. Oz mentioned the flaxseed oil in the product, it’s the virgin coconut oil-flaxseed oil combination that is the foundation of Melt®’s Perfect Blend. If a blob of coconut oil  doesn’t sound appetizing or a shot of flaxseed or cod liver oil, Melt®’s divine, silky, rich taste and creamy texture will make getting your daily MCFAs and Omega 3s much easier and more delicious. So go ahead and slather, spread, drizzle, bake, top, and cook your hearts out with Melt®. With our Fair Trade, Ecosocial, and non-GMO ingredients, you can also count on Melt® having the highest sustainability ethics standards.

Go Melt®!

See What Dr. Oz Says About Melt

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

 

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  • The Dr. Oz Show featured Rich & Creamy MELT® Organic Spread in a segment on Thursday, March 8.
  • Not only is MELT great tasting, with just a hint of sweet coconut flavor, but it melts, cooks, bakes and spreads just like butter.
  • MELT is made from certified organic ingredients that are truly good for you, like Flaxseed, Sunflower and Virgin Coconut oils.
  • Back on January 18, Dr. Oz recommended that everyone should try to eat 1 T of virgin coconut oil each day for healthier weight.
  • MELT Organic is a great tasting and easy way to add virgin coconut oil to your daily routine. Simply replace butter or other oils you are using as a spread or in cooking with MELT.
  • We can assure you that MELT Organic tastes a whole lot better on your morning toast.



Why I Didn’t Mind Turning 40

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

I turned 40 two months ago in December! What has surprised me more than turning 40 has been other people’s interest with how I am “coping” with it.  Honestly, I would sum it up as feeling a sense of relief.

I understand some view the big 4-0 with dread and panic, but I am relieved because at the age of 40 I am happy with my choices, my quality of life, and my inner spiritual world. I am happy because I lead the life I want to live with a loving, supportive husband in a beautiful place, working for a health food business that I created. I love Prosperity! What is more fun and rewarding than promoting a great line of organic products that help people? Without comparison, I am far healthier, fitter, and happier than I was at 30.

This didn’t just fall in my lap. My husband and I are not financially independent. Eight years ago we came to grips with the long-term picture of our lives and how they were not working for us. You could practically hear the ripping sound of us removing ourselves from our lives in Seattle. When we first arrived in Idaho, I worked off our room and board on a horse ranch outside of Sun Valley until we could figure out how to get to a cost-efficient living situation in Sun Valley with enough work to at least make ends meet. I eventually cashed in my meager retirement savings to start Prosperity Organic Foods and help cover some of the bills.

It was stressful. I found myself breathing into a paper sack… on a regular basis. I was terrified of my choice to walk away from my career in Seattle, starting over, but there was no going back because the life we had there simply wasn’t working. My family unanimously thought I was crazy and were against our decision to move to Idaho and to start Prosperity Organic Foods. I worked 3 jobs to pay my share of the bills while figuring out how to build Prosperity Organic Foods on the side and get Melt® Organic into the market place.

Determination and vision pay off. Here we are eight years later; our lives are not perfect, mostly because there is no such thing. However, if you don’t reach out and grab what is authentic to you, how can you ever expect to be happy? Gutting it out for the big picture is worth it. Besides, if what you are doing isn’t working, what choice do you really have?

In all honesty, I view my 40s and 50s as the peak years of my life. Not only do I get to continue building my physical fitness and improving my health, I get to be the grounded, mature, and genuinely content person that I was not in my 20s and 30s. Oh yes, 40 is an age to celebrate. Here’s to many more wonderful years ahead of us all.

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