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Money Back Guarantee on Your Medical Marijuana Card – How to Sign Up Today

Medical marijuana has become legal in more than 30 US states, and there are lots of US residents wanting to get a medical cannabis card.

As everyone is aware of, it is generally not easy to enter an MMJ program and it’s even harder to invest on medical consultations not knowing if you’ll be approved by the doctor to participate your state’s medical marijuana program.

Wanting to help US residents get access to medical marijuana in mind, Veriheal created a complete ecosystem designed to assist them during this journey of getting their card.

From connecting you with a medical marijuana doctor registered in your state’s program to finding you a local marijuana dispensary so that you can buy your medical cannabis, Veriheal has thought about everything.

And the best of all? You have the money back guarantee on your medical marijuana card in case you are not approved by the medical marijuana doctor, so there’s no worry about losing the money you invested.

How To Sign Up Today

Like you’ve seen at the beginning of this article, getting in a medical marijuana program is generally not easy. Well, just generally. With Veriheal the entire process will become easier.

How’s so? First of all, medical marijuana patients must have a doctor’s recommendation in order to enter their state’s program.

However, it is very difficult to find a marijuana doctor in most of the states with medical cannabis program. Or when you find them, they don’t answer any of your calls or treat you poorly.

With that in mind, Veriheal has a team of medical marijuana doctors who operate in these states mentioned above who will recommend you medical marijuana. There are some state’s programs that allow these medical consultations to occur online, and we also offer this option in case you are applying to one of these state’s program.

To schedule a consultation with one of your state’s medical marijuana doctors, you’ll first need to register on our website and then pick the day and the hour of your consultation with them.

Once you attend at the consultation, the doctor will talk to you about any medical conditions you have, answer your questions about a medical marijuana treatment, and in case you are approved he or she will give you a marijuana recommendation. It lasts from 5 to 15 minutes.

With this marijuana recommendation, you’ll be able to apply to your state’s program and receive your medical cannabis card. There are some medical marijuana programs in which you won’t need anything but a marijuana recommendation to purchase medical marijuana.

And what does all this cost? The fee for the medical consultation plus a medical marijuana recommendation, money back guarantee and 24/7 online verification is of $199. In case you and your friend are interested in getting a medical marijuana card, there is a combo package for two marijuana consultations and two marijuana recommendations for $379.

How does this money guarantee work? Know more here.

In case the doctor doesn’t approve you as a medical marijuana patient, you’ll receive a refund in full. Yet, don’t worry. Even if you are not approved by the marijuana, you won’t lose any money. And the best news is that our approval rate is of $99.

Veriheal will assist you during this entire process of getting your medical marijuana card. We are also going to be available to answer any doubts you may have about the process of getting your cannabis card.

You can contact Veriheal by writing us an email or calling our numbers. Veriheal’s contact number is 1-833-663-7284. Feel free to reach any time you have a question.

After getting your medical marijuana card, Veriheal will also help you find a medical marijuana dispensary nearby. In within three minutes, you’ll know where to find a licensed medical marijuana dispensary in your state.

Just enter this page and when you’re in it, either type your location or give permission for our website to locate where you’re at. Once you do it, our website will show you all medical marijuana dispensaries around your location.

But isn’t Google going to show me the same thing? Fortunately, different from Google, we will only show you medical marijuana dispensaries which are offering the best services for their medical marijuana patients.

In case you don’t live in any of the state’s listed above, you can join our waitlist by selecting your resident state and your email and sending to us. As soon as we are operating in your state, we will let you know.

For more information about marijuana and the process of getting your cannabis card, read more on our website.…

Protein Proposals: Wedding Dietary Proteins

The days when athletes and bodybuilders bulked up by drinking a cup of egg whites are not too far-gone. Additionally, vegetarians still rely on textured proteins for meat substitutes. All the same, after the advent of lowcarb/high-protein diets, the variety, quality, and usefulness of protein sources have increased dramatically. While some information about the health benefits of proteins is “tried and true,” the world of protein possibilities is still unclear.

“Whey, soy and milk proteins are very high-quality proteins, yet each is unique,” says Shannon L. Koski, manager of protein applications for a protein supplier. “Whey proteins long have been a popular source of high-quality protein. The flavor is favorable, making it easy to formulate into products.”

“Consumers may not realize the differences in digestion patterns or advantages of different forms of protein, but they do know that protein is a healthy part of the diet and should be consumed,” says Koski.

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An article on the Harvard School of Public Health’s website informs that adults need a minimum of 1g of protein for every kilogram of body weight per day to keep from slowly breaking down their own tissues. That equals about 9g of protein for every 20 pounds.

“The Atkins craze heightened awareness of proteins in more mainstream applications,” notes Koski. Indeed, a search on Mintel International’s Global New Products Database (GNPD) for the phrase “’soy protein isolate’ (SPI) or ‘whey protein isolate’” (WPI) on the label, reports that 1,023 new items (new products, new variety/range extensions or new formulations) were introduced in the U.S. alone between May 2003 and May 2006. Of those 1,023 new introductions, 906 contained SPI, 329 included WPI, and 375 had both WPI and SPI.

“As far as specific health attributes associated with proteins, I believe consumers are most aware of the relationship between soy protein and heart health, thanks to the FDA heart health claim,” says Koski. In 1999, the FDA approved a heart health claim for packaging labels that stated: “Diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol that include 25g of soy protein a day may reduce the risk of heart disease.” Originally, the American Heart Association (AHA) also approved this statement.

“The label claims associated with soy proteins are numerous, and have been instrumental in building the market for all types of soy protein-enhanced foods,” says Koski.

New Soy Suggestions

However, in early 2006, the AHA concluded that soy protein has little or no effect on risk factors for heart disease. The “change of heart” came after the AHA analyzed 22 clinical trials and found that large amounts of soy protein in the diet reduced LDL (bad) cholesterol by only 3% and had no effect on HDL (good) cholesterol, nor did soy protein or isoflavones lessen menopause symptoms.

However, consumers should not “harden their hearts” to consuming soy proteins. Many other studies including the INTERMAP study, a cross-sectional epidemiological study of 4,680 persons, aged 40 to 59, from four countries, reported that vegetable protein intake was inversely related to blood pressure. In other words, as reported in the January 2006 issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine, “these results consistent with recommendations that a diet high in vegetable products be a part of a healthy lifestyle for prevention of high blood pressure and related diseases.”

“Soy protein has been found to have many biologically active benefits,” says Koski.

Proteins seem to play an important role in many emerging health arenas. For instance, foods with higher protein contents are more favorable in terms of glycemic load. It has been established that the addition of protein will generally reduce the Glycemic Index (GI) of the meal. Additionally, a high-protein diet induces sustained reductions in appetite. “It can appeal to consumers who may not prefer dairy proteins.”

Nuts also provide a high source of protein and a complete package of benefits, which include fiber and mono-and poly-unsaturated fatty acids. The FDA approves the following statement for nuts: “Eating a diet that includes 1oz. of nuts daily can reduce your risk of heart disease.”

Protein Functionality

Although health is generally the topic taking up most of the attention, manufacturers also are choosing to add proteins for functionality. “In ready-to-drink beverages, milk and soy proteins can add viscosity and mouthfeel without adding unnecessary fat,” says Koski. Additionally, soy proteins can bind water and act as emulsifiers in meat injection applications.

Whey proteins have a desirable combination of hydrophobicity and hydrophilicity, letting them serve as emulsifiers that coat fat globules and prevent coalescence. When the protein is denatured, the hydrophobic groups in the interior become exposed, and the protein can stabilize emulsions. Additionally, milk proteins have a bland flavor profile and creamy white appearance, making them ideal for milky beverages and shakes.

Microparticulated protein products (made from whey protein or milk and egg protein) are tiny, spherical particles, which can provide a creamy mouthfeel similar to fats. Although not suitable for use in fried foods, these fat replacers provide 1Kcal/g to 4Kcal/g. For example, 1g of protein-based fat mimetics can replace 3g of fat in cream, according to information found on the website Protein blends combining animal or vegetable protein, gums, food starch, and water are used in frozen desserts and baked goods as fat mimetics. Articles from the International Journal of Food Science and Technology report that a combination of protein, starches, and hydrocolloids may have synergistic effects for lowering fat and retaining textural characteristics of the products.

Now that the low-carbohydrate phenomenon has passed, protein is more useful than ever. Consumers are more aware of the health benefits of protein, and manufacturers can view proteins as a useful tool for emulsification, fat-reduction, and texturization.…