Transform your health with Nutrient Dense Produce!
3355 Golf Club Road, Binbrook Email firstname.lastname@example.org www.paradisefields.ca
From multivitamins to prescription drugs, North Americans seem to be in constant pursuit of better health. Whether it’s based on a desire to maintain fitness levels or in search of a remedy for a disease, the first line of attack for many people is to reach for a bottle of pills. Yet, mounting evidence indicates that perhaps our greatest line of defense is found in something much simpler – whole foods. Paradise Fields, an organic farm in Binbrook, Ontario, is in full agreement of this philosophy.
The operation grows nutrient dense organic produce to help people maintain optimal health through their diet. With the motto “healthy soil, healthy plants, healthy people,” owner Mario Roque has built a farm dedicated to growing the most nutritious fruits and vegetables possible. A firm belief in the body’s ability to heal itself when provided optimal nutrition is at the root of this business’s mission.
“It is our firm belief that alternative ways of healing exist,” explains Roque. “Through nutrition and lifestyle, we have personally witnessed the healing of many people close to us.”
Jasmine Loftman, who manages marketing for Paradise Fields, is living proof that a diet comprised of nutrient-dense foods can heal even the most devastating diseases. In 2009, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), and had begun to experience its debilitating effects.
“I was numb from the neck down and was being fitted for a wheelchair because I couldn’t walk,” explains Loftman. “I was being prescribed steroids, chemo and drugs to deal with MS. But I decided to take a different path than the one my doctors recommended.”
She chose to pursue a nutritionbased regimen to manage the disease and began a rigorous study of nutrition which began with an 18-day cleanse retreat in New Brunswick. After the eighth day of the retreat, feeling returned to her legs. Convinced that she was onto something, she and her husband and three children eventually built a lifestyle fueled by whole organic foods.
Her last MRI to assess her disease, in 2013, indicated that all her lesions had disappeared. Not even a scar remained – something doctors had said would be impossible.
“I was told by my neurologist that he found no clinical findings of MS in my body,” says Loftman. With the disease completely cured, Loftman now works with Paradise Fields to help others recognize the power of superfoods to create optimal health for all people. She has a B.Sc. in original medicine, is a natural health counsellor, and a colon hydrotherapist.
She cautions that one need not wait for a dreaded diagnosis to make the transition to a natural diet rich in nutrients. Any person will experience the benefits that come with the consumption of nutrient dense food. However, not all whole foods are created equal. This is where Paradise Fields comes in.
The company’s mission is to produce maximally nutritious foods to help people thrive. The only way to meet this goal is by growing crops in soil that is rich in minerals. The soil at Paradise Fields has been naturally treated to contain all 92 of the world’s known minerals and trace minerals. These are then absorbed into the fruits and vegetables that are harvested by Paradise Fields.
Many will quickly notice the Paradise Fields difference isn’t just in nutritional value. Its fruits and vegetables taste sweeter and are more fragrant.
“The taste of Paradise Fields’ produce doesn’t even compare to what you’ll find in the grocery stores,” says Loftman.
But, don’t take her word for it. She welcomes anyone to visit the farm to see and taste the difference.
Paradise Fields sells its fresh produce every Tuesday noon to 7 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Plans are in the works to build a greenhouse for winter growing as well as a 4,500 square foot facility that houses a store, juice and smoothie bar, and cold storage.
The long-term vision is to transform the property into a tourist farm destination that will offer cooking classes and education on home gardens.
To contact Jasmine, please email email@example.com or phone (289)442-1265.
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Jasmine Loftman, BCOM, NHC, CHT, advocates the power of a nutrientdense diet to transform one’s health. She overcame Multiple Sclerosis through natural means.