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DIETARY SUPPORT

At The Happy Lyon Center, we offer sound personalized nutritional advice by Nutritionist and retired Dietitian, Marnie Lyon. Additionally, we make available to you, products that are nutritionally sound.

Our first nutritional product, black raspberry powder, was initiated by scientist, Dr. Gary Stoner, after many years of research on preventative cancer. Dr. Stoner is a native to Manhattan, MT but has conducted research all around the world. Benefits of black raspberry berry powder are anti-proliferative, anti-inflammatory, reduction of oxidative stress and restoration of activity which suppresses tumors.* Black raspberries are rich in vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and folic acid, calcium, selenium, zinc as well as fibre, anthocyanins, quercetin, phytosterols, chlorogenic acid, phenolics and bioactive compounds.**

Learn about the origins and history of Berristone Black Raspberry Powder in this brief video of Dr. Gary Stoner on the farm.

 

Black Raspberry Powder Products

$65 plus shipping

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Currently, we sell 1 lb packages of Berristone's black raspberry freeze dried powder. We will be offering smaller, and individually packaged black raspberry powder in the near future. Call 406.282.2020 or email us to place an order today. Shipping Available.

 

How do I store the powder?

 

Put the powder in your freezer upon receipt. It will not freeze – it remains as a powder.

 

When and how do I take the black raspberry powder?

 

In the morning and again in the evening, put one tablespoon of berry powder in 8 to 10 ounces of water in a closed container and shake it to dissolve the powder. Drink the berry juice over a period of 5 minutes or so. Do not drink the residue on the bottom of the container as it is ground seed with little or no nutritional value. It is best to drink the berry juice about 30 minutes either before or after breakfast and dinner. If you encounter any gastrointestinal disturbances, which have occurred in ​some patients in clinical trials, stop taking the powder for at least 1-2 days and then reduce the dose to one teaspoon until your system becomes accustomed to the powder. At that point, you should be able to increase the dose back to two tablespoons per day.