Sassafras Health Foods

The weather got the upper hand last Saturday and made it too dangerous for many people to get to Sassafras to hear about Uth skin creme from our special guest Liz Zilka. Liz is a make-up artist for the local celebrities and has years of experience with skin care products and how to look your best, no matter what your age. She has agreed to come this Saturday, March 1st from 10-11am. We did have a few brave souls last Saturday venture out to hear about Uth and get a sample of this remarkable product. I hope you can join us this Saturday for coffee and conversation. All are welcome.

Hi Everyone,

We are all working hard to get the best possible results from using the
Uth (Pronounced Youth!)  skin creme.
We are all pioneers in trying this out and every day more data, pictures and testimonials come forward.
I have little or no experience with the skin care industry and have always just used the purest products I could find.
I have 18 years worth of experience with the nutrition company that makes the Uth creme, so I knew it would be great.
After talking to the local skin experts, it is now apparent that the product is truly REVOLUTIONARY.
We really sold the product short by calling it a wrinkle creme.
It does so much more than deal with wrinkles.
It is healing and rejuvenating your skin from the matrix level where the skin is turning over every 30 days.
The first month of use is just getting the active ingredients to the matrix level and starting to build collagen, elastin and very importantly the glycans are telling the skin to act the way healthy skin should.
Each month a new fresh layer appears that is healthier than the last. It is a building process.
This Saturday we are really fortunate to have
a professional make-up artist,
who works with the local TV celebrities,
come to Sassafras to explain
1. What is currently out there in skin care products and how this is different
2. What is happening to your skin using Uth creme.
3. She has great knowledge about all of those issues about redness, dryness, wrinkles, eyes, softness, bumps and moles, age spots etc.
Come and get all of your questions answered, particularly if you don't think anything is happening.
She will show you what is really going on and what things to be looking for.
See you on Saturday at 10 am at Sassafras. Bring your friends with and share the good news.
See you Saturday,  10 AM
Paula, Jean, Kim and Ginger
Sassafras Health Foods
2186 3rd St.
White Bear Lake, MN 55110




As promised, here is the recipe for the

fabulous brownies

that were served at our 5 year anniversary party last month!


1 Can Organic Black Beans
3 eggs
3 Tablespoons Oil
3/4 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
4 Tablespoons cocoa powder
Drain and rinse beans.
Grease & flour 8x8 pan
Put all ingredients in blender or Vitamix
Blend until smooth
Bake 350 for 30 minutes
Sprinkle 2 Tablespoons old fashioned oats over top
Mix in 1/2 cup Nuts after blender step, and/or
Chocolate Chips over top before baking
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