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Yacon Syrup Recipe Book Contest with Multiple Winners Announced by Quality Encapsulations

Health and weight loss innovator Quality Encapsulations is currently conducting a Yacon Syrup Recipe Contest. Top recipes will receive Amazon Gift Certificates and inclusion in a one-of-a-kind Yacon Syrup Recipe Book.

NEW YORK, Jan. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Quality Encapsulations announced the launch of its Yacon Syrup recipe contest.  Each time 20 recipes have been entered to this ongoing contest, a $50 Gift Certificate will be awarded to the top pick.  The creator of the recipe that receives the most Reader's Choice votes by the end of the contest will be crowned the Grand Prize Winner and receive a $200 Amazon Gift Certificate.  Additionally, all of the selected Yacon Syrup recipes will be featured in an upcoming recipe book.  For more information or to enter the contest, visit http://www.yaconsyruprecipecontest.com.

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Quality Encapsulations' upcoming Yacon Recipe Book will highlight all the vast variety of recipes that can be prepared using Yacon Syrup.  Quality Encapsulations' staff will prepare all submitted recipes and then winners will be selected for this innovative book.

Health experts, such as Dr. Oz., are enthusiastic regarding Yacon Syrup's ability to help people lose weight and boost their overall health.  Yacon is seen as an excellent replacement for sugar and artificial sweeteners.  A 2009 study published in Clinical Nutrition showed that Yacon contributed to weight loss, as it lowered waist circumference and lowered body mass index.  Additionally, Yacon Syrup speeds up metabolism, which serves to combat excess fat, is a prebiotic and even works to make people feel full longer.  Yacon Syrup is also a low glycemic sweetener making it a potentially excellent option for diabetics.

Quality Encapsulations' Recipe Book Contest is designed to highlight the intense and building enthusiasm for Yacon Syrup.  Once completed, the recipe book will serve as a guide to an assortment of highly original and tasty recipes using Yacon.  This highly flexible product can be used as a replacement for most sweeteners ranging from sugar, honey and molasses to artificial sweeteners.

Company Founder Nat Jacobs explained, "It's amazing how many delicious recipes you can make with healthy Yacon Syrup- everything from baked goods to marinades.  We're very excited to see what kind of creative recipe entries we receive."

Those interested in entering the Quality Encapsulations' Recipe Book Contest should make certain that their recipes are entered by March 1, 2014.  This contest is currently ongoing and numerous $50 Amazon Gift Certificate winners will be selected as well as one Reader's Choice winner who will receive a $200 Amazon Gift Certificate.

About Quality Encapsulations:

Quality Encapsulations is dedicated to providing consumers with innovative and healthy ways of boosting their health via cutting edge supplements and products.  Currently, this company is leading the way in Yacon Syrup, which is poised to alter the weight loss and nutrition landscape.  Contest details are available at http://www.yaconsyruprecipecontest.com.   For information about Quality Encapsulation's 100% pure Yacon Syrup, visit http://www.amazon.com/Yacon-Syrup-Metabolism-Booster-Natural/dp/B00GW3KSPQ.

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