ATLANTA AND NEW YORK CITY– NADI organic rosehip drink is excited to announce that it will participate in the Tbilisoba Festival in New York to celebrate the cultural heritage and ancient traditions of the country of Georgia. For nearly four decades, the Pesvebi Georgian Cultural Center in New York has held an annual celebration of Georgian traditions with open air concerts, dancing, food, sports competitions, art
When you have an active lifestyle or are trying to lose fat or build muscle, your body needs lots of Vitamin C. This essential vitamin, also known as ascorbic acid or L-ascorbate, helps our bodies maintain healthy bones, connective tissue, blood vessels and skin.
As children begin the new school year, they are meeting lots of new friends — and getting exposed to lots of new germs. Keep your children healthy by making sure they get plenty of Vitamin C, which helps strengthen immune systems.
Vacations are such a wonderful time to get away from work and stress, but they can also leave you feeling run down and tired. That can weaken your immune system and make you more susceptible to colds or other illnesses even in the summertime.
As we were preparing to create NADI, we knew that we wanted to use organic rosehips that are sustainably farmed and grown in the wild exactly as nature intended. That’s why we also use organic stevia to sweeten NADI, and the only other ingredient in our healthy drink is purified water. We never add sugar, preservatives or artificial colors or flavorings.
NADI Partners With DJ & Producer NOA|AON for 3-Day Tour to Promote Healthy Living, Social Responsibility
ATLANTA, NEW YORK CITY AND ORLANDO – July 17, 2018 – NADI is pleased to announce a partnership and series of promotional events with serial entrepreneur and music artist Pavel Stuchlik
When we started NADI, we wanted to run the company as a social venture that would do good in the world. That’s why we worked with leaders of local refugee groups to create a cooperative called TKIS NOBATI that would let us hire internally displaced persons (IDPs) to handpick the rosehip berries to make NADI.
Could a treatment for obesity be hidden in plain sight in the forests and gardens all around us? Taking a single daily dose of 100 mg of rosehip extract for 12 weeks with no other dietary restrictions or interventions led to “significantly higher” reductions of abdominal fat than in subjects who had a placebo.
Join us on Saturday, JUNE 9 for a FOOD-ology Days at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, try NADI and enjoy demonstrations, cultural influences and special guests. FOOD: Our Global Kitchen On View June 9 – August 19, 2018*