Outspoken nutrition writer Ray Collins reveals…

"The Shocking Truth About What's REALLY On the End of Your Fork"


I'd like to show you what's REALLY in your apples, tomatoes and broccoli…. and reveal the true 'super-foods' hidden away on the supermarket shelf.

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Dear Food Lover,

In the good old days, an apple was just an apple.

You knew you were going to bit into something fresh, tasty and packed with enough vitamins to keep the doctor away.

Not any more…

That apple in your fruit bowl is likely to have less flavour and fewer vitamins than it did when you were a child. Worse, it could contain potentially harmful pesticides* and chemical ingredients linked to rising cancer rates*.

Research shows the average vegetable in your supermarket is up to 40% lower in minerals than 50 years ago*. These include magnesium (crucial for bones and muscles), and iron, which helps your immune cells kill bacteria and viruses. There's a fifth less calcium (essential for bones, kidneys and heart) in veg than in the 1960s*.

And as nutrients slip out of our food supply…so does the taste.

The sad truth is, most people don't think about what's in their food. They resign themselves to eating insipid fruit and veg. They don't suspect they're being short-changed.

...They don't remember how things used to taste.

But if you can spare me a couple of minutes I'd like to show you an easy way to boost the nutrients and flavour you get from everyday  food – without changing your diet, paying for supplements or spending extra money on faddish 'super-foods'.

In fact, the real super-foods are sitting there on your supermarket shelf right now. You just need to know where to look, and more importantly when. As you're about to see, getting maximum flavour and nutrition is all about eating the right meal at the right time...

Let me explain...

How to unlock nature's medicine chest

My name is Ray Collins. I'm the author of The Good Life Letter, a weekly nutrition advice service that offers tips on using food to help ward off disease and stay healthy into ripe old age.

I'm also author of The Lemon Book, The Honey, Garlic and Vinegar Miracle and The Spice Healer. Each of these books reveals something new and marvellous about how you can benefit from nature's own medicine chest.

Now I'm on a mission to share what I believe is the ultimate diet.

It doesn't require you to eat less, eat more, stuff yourself with dry, tasteless health foods or pay more to go 'organic'. It's not about losing weight quickly or yo-yo dieting.

What I want to show you is a way to arm your body with the highest levels of vitamins and minerals possible – offering you potentially more protection against illness and disease... and less exposure to nasty chemicals. At the same time you'll support your local farmers and independent shops and help protect the environment.

And it's really easy. All you need is a series of simple, unique recipes I've created with the help of my family and my army of readers.

These recipes are based on ONE powerful health secret... ONE founding principle that will ensure you get the maximum benefits from the food you eat for the rest of your life.

I'm so keen to pass on this knowledge, I'm happy to send these recipes to you for a 30 day review. You can try them out – TASTE them – and see for yourself.

First, let me explain why the fundamental secret of good health has been lost in our desperation to mass-produce food...

What's wrong with our food...

A hundred years ago, much of our food was grown locally using natural fertilisers. Fruit and veg travelled very short distances from farm to plate and needed to be eaten soon after it was picked. All of which meant that certain foods were available only in certain seasons, just as nature intended.

Eating a strawberry at Christmas was for the rich and privileged few.

But now it's something people take for granted, and don't realise how much damage it causes.
We fly vegetables from the other side of the world, just so we can have asparagus in winter.

Supermarket shelves are filled with fruit and vegetables air-freighted from thousands of miles away.
Sometimes we export food we already have in plentiful supply.

In 2010, research for the Independent newspaper took 10 foods that were grown in the UK*. They found seven major supermarket chains importing these foods from as far away as South America.

Asda sold asparagus from Peru, strawberries from Spain and cauliflower from France. Marks & Spencer sold beans from Guatemala and broccoli from Spain.
This is damaging in many ways:

But the tide is turning...


Many experts and commentators now demand a return to locally grown food, transported short distances so that what you eat is as fresh and tasty as possible – without damaging the environment.
Professor Lang, Britain's top food academic, says "We are going to have to develop a new cultural view of what constitutes a good diet."

I – along with many of my readers – happen to agree with him. Which is why I've spent the past 6 months putting this together...

The secret of good health and delicious dinners

I've created a series of recipes which match the right foods to the right seasons. This simple eating plan will help you get more flavour and nutrition from your food, through a diet that works with nature, not against it.

But it's not only about good health...

Cooking this way will put money back in the pockets of your local growers and force the supermarkets to re-think their strategy of importing from abroad. As more consumers choose this new way of buying food, supermarkets will have to change – because, after all, your money talks.

Best of all, you don't need to shun the supermarket or buy 'organic' if you don't wish to – delicious locally grown wonder foods are often nestled on the shelves among the South American and African imports. All you have to do is look.

I believe the best way to find the most nutritious food is to try farmer's markets, locally run grocers and vegetable box deliveries. But the choice is yours...

My aim isn't to preach, or moralise or make you feel guilty. This is why I've created Seasons To Taste – a set of recipes tried and tested on my family, using the best ingredients of each season. It's not some righteous diet plan where you have to plough through loads of theory and motivational guff.

It's a simple-to-follow, healthy eating plan based upon years of research and conversations with my readers across the UK.

As soon as you take up the trial, you can get stuck into the practical stuff right away. All the recipes are based on using food that grown in the UK supporting local growers, with as few air miles and storage weeks as possible.

The meals are delicious and healthy, yes, but they also include some of the 'naughty' stuff that makes life worth living – a splash of wine here, a dollop of cream there. They're the sort of dishes you can wow your friends and family with, without sweating for hours over a hot stove.

But please don't take my word for it...

Review it at home, risk-free, and taste the proof

I'd love to send you a copy of Season To Taste to review at home for 30 days. There's absolutely no risk – you can send it back if you're not bowled over by the flavour of these simple meals. You can give me any reason you like, in fact. It's an unconditional offer.

I'm happy to do this, because I know that the proof is in the eating of the pudding.  Sorry about the cliché, but it's true. This is the best way you can find out for yourself how delicious food can be again. By letting you review the book before you decide whether to buy it means I can show you the benefits of eating with the seasons, not just tell you about it.

I've been writing about food since 2005. In that time I've explored almost every health benefit of every British fruit, vegetable and herb. I get sent hundreds of recipes by readers – and I use this ever-expanding knowledge to create meals for my family that are nutritious without being 'bland' or 'rabbit food.'

So this is the result of 6 years of research (and a lot of pleasure on my part, trying these out).

I believe you'll absolutely love this approach to eating because – believe me – there's nothing like waiting for British strawberries to appear, or that thrilling first asparagus dish of the season. It makes food exciting again – seasons become an event to savour, like it was in the good old days.

More importantly, it helps you squeeze the most nutrients from your meals.And this has never been more crucial for your health...

Why "5-a-day" advice isn't good enough anymore

In 2009, the Express published an article challenging the government's advice that 5 portions of fruit and veg per day is enough to keep you at optimal health. Natural health expert Dale Pinnock told the paper*:

"The current five-a-day recommendations are based on standard dietary guidelines written 40 years ago, when most food was locally sourced.

Now, because of international sourcing and extended transport, fresh fruit and vegetables don't contain nearly enough nutrients. We need to up our intake drastically..."


And how do you up our intake? As Gerry Hayman from the British Tomato Growers' Association says:
"Fresh, locally-grown fruit and vegetables, which are in season, are by far the best source of vitamins and minerals. They are not expensive and don't take a long time to prepare."
As you'll see for yourself, this is so true. You don't need to be a chef or a good cook to get the most out of seasonal local food. I've created these no-frills recipes so that anyone can knock up a healthy meal every day, with the maximum level of nutrients.

All you have to do is click below, and I'll send you everything you need:

If you're not absolutely convinced of the benefits of my local, seasonal approach during those 30 days, let me know and I'll refund you the price you paid.

But I'm sure that once you try this, you'll never look back.

The more local and fresh your food, the more likely it is to have kept its nutrients and taste, which can only be a good thing.

And if you're anything like me, you'll find that food tastes better when you know it's not travelled thousands of miles, undermined local farmers, and damaged the environment.

Best of all, you don't have to do any of your own research or experimenting in the kitchen. I've done all that for you.

If your life is too busy to plan out your meals or spend time preparing, this is the perfect shortcut.

And if you're interested in eating some great food this month, don't hang around. All you have to do is click below, and I'll send you Season to Taste for a 30 day trial.

I can't wait for you to try out my recipes.

Yours

Ray Collins

PS: Forget about expensive supplements, trendy and expensive 'superfoods', or restrictive diet plans. This series of specially developed recipes means you get more nutrition, more flavour and more joy out of the food you like to eat. And you can try them out without risking your own money – click below and I'll send you a copy of Season To Taste for your review

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