What is Kyani?

Hi there and welcome to the Kyani Store wordpress page.

For starters, I want to ask you a question: Do you ever wonder what the term “Kyani” is all about? Is it a Japanese word, or a Chinese word?

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The Alaskan Tlingit Tribe

The word “kyani” is actually a word commonly used by a tribe found in the Alaskan region – the Alaskan Tlingit Tribe. For hundreds or maybe thousands of years this tribe was unknown to the rest of the world, not until scientists discovered that the members of these tribe never suffered from any chronic illnesses most modern people suffer, such as hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, and cancer.

 

The Alaskan Blue Berry

 

Scientists discover that aside of the tribe’s very healthy diet, they have these foods called “kyani” which literally translates to “strong medicine.” These kyani foods include the Wild Alaskan Blue Berry, the fruit with the highest content of antioxidant (which is up to 10x the antioxidant level of a common blue berry) and the Alaskan Sockeye Salmon (which contains the highest, finest and the most potent

The Alaskan Sockeye Salmon

source of omega 3.Together, these super foods protect the Tlingit Tribe from any chronic illnesses and help them achieve better longevity than the general population.

 

 

 

Now, the good news: Ordinary people like you and me can now enjoy the benefits of these kyani foods even if we do not live with the Tlingit Tribe. Kyani, Inc., a company based in Idaho, USA manufactures and packs these kyani foods so that each of us can have healthier bodies free from illnesses brought about the stresses, toxins, and pollution brought about by our modern world.

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The Kyani Triangle of Health

By using Kyani products, the Kyani Sunrise, Kyani Sunset, and Kyani Nitro Fx, collective known as the Kyani Triangle of Health, we can start having a healthier life and better longevity.

To learn more about Kyani Products, visit TheKyaniStore.com.

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