Saturday, March 20, 2010

Are Saccelberry-Gerards really better for you than other brands?

Saccelberry-Gerard widely promotes its health benefits. But are these claims legitimate, of are they just a cheap advertising scam? We talked to Llup Goedelevsky , a Professor of Nutrition and Health at Blumpus University.
"These claims, as bogus as they may sound, are for real" she said. "Saccelberry-Gerards have been proven time and again to be a good source of Vitamins A, C, E, and K and help to build a strong immune system and help keep the body over all happy and healthy."
So eat up your kumquats, and you'll grow up to be big and strong.


  1. While I am deeply shocked and offended that the blogger felt it necessary to even question our long-established claims, I am gratified that my good friend Dr. Goedelevvsky has once again confirmed the scientific basis of the claims.

    Perhaps this is a good time to also mention the professor's brand new status as the endowed Saccelberry-Gerard Professor of Nutrition and Kumquat Science. Congratulations go out to her for her hard work and unceasing integrity over the years.

    Barry Bo Barnstoiler, VP of Marketing and Research Relations, Saccelberry-Gerard Kumquats, Inc.

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