My Personal Story

by Renata Fisher
(Montreal, Que. Canada)

My name is Renata Fisher, I’m 71 years old and I live in Montreal. Canada.
In the Spring of 1992 Anthony Jurak came to our garage to have his car inspected.
Out of curiosity I ask him how old are you?, you look so young and energetic and joking he told me must be this preparation that my father invented in Austria in 1922 and now is sold in Canada and United States.

So I ask him can I get some? and laughing again he said of course I will ask my sister Loreta to get you some.

That’s was my first encounter with this excellent Canadian mineral supplement, that I’m still using it every day, I’m still working, driving, I have never been sick and every one ask me all the time what are you taking?
You look so young and full of energy and my answers is always the same: I’m taking this Potassium Mineral made of 13 herbs since 1992 and I take it every morning as an essential part of my healthy lifestyle.

Today I feel 10 years younger, have energy to spare, but most important how I identified so strongly with this preparation.

I had finally found something as big and as far reaching as the dreams I had in my youth. I look for people who are interested in helping others. I look for people who want to contribute to others.

As Karl Jurak,the inventor of will say as long as your heart feels as you are doing something for your fellow man you are in the right track

Renata Fisher Montreal Canada

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