Orlando, FL, June 17, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Hyder claims to have found the near exact nutritional composition of ancient manna as chronicled in the Hebrew Scriptures (“Old Testament”) of the Bible at Exodus 16:14-18. According to this historical record the Hebrews survived in the Sinai desert on a food called "manna" for 40 years from approximately 1433 to 1473 B.C.E.
“The idea of supplementing the body with everything it needs nutritionally from one source, really intrigued me,” said researcher Andrew D. Hyder. “Modern science now knows every nutrient the body needs to thrive. I concluded that manna had to be a nutritionally complete food to sustain people for that long. I realized that in lieu of an actual fossil record of manna, my current research of ancient water under the Sinai Peninsula could potentially reveal the nutrient makeup of ancient manna.”
Mr. Hyder now claims to have the near complete nutritional breakdown of the ancient substance and was able to derive this data using empirical evidence and the Mill's Methods of scientific analysis. His data were said to be derived in part from a study of the spring and well water that was available to the travelers known trek path.
Mr. Hyder also related: “From a healthcare perspective the more we know about ancient manna the more we know about preserving life in modern society. This research and discovery is especially timely considering the drastic escalation of chronic disease today. A very strong case can be made for concluding that manna provided incredible disease prevention."
His findings have been used to formulate a new manna-type food-based nutritional supplement called Promanatein.
“Conceptually it’s manna infused protein,” Hyder added. Similar to manna, Promanatein is reported to contain every essential vitamin, mineral, amino and fatty acid necessary for maintaining optimal nutrition in their ideal proportions. With Promanatein formulation complete, the manufacture costs are now being crowd funded on the Indiegogo.com platform at http://igg.me/at/promanatein.
About Andrew D. Hyder
Technology researcher and entrepreneur Andrew D. Hyder is widely known for his contributions to internet commerce technology. Since turning his attention to nutrient research, Hyder’s contribution, Promanatein, is gaining significant interest and is launching today on Indiegogo.com’s crowd funding platform: http://igg.me/at/promanatein
Andrew D. Hyder