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a KIND supplement containing Acai Berry to help you detox.

A proprietary blend of Psyllium Powder, Acai Berry Fruit Extract, Chlorella, Ginger Root and 7 other premium ingredients.


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60 capsules/bottle

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aids in detoxing

good for heart health

anti-oxidant properties

because ingredients matter.......

Psyllium Powder

Psyllium Powder, a fiber, is extracted from the seeds of Plantago ovata.

Studies have shown that Psyllium:

- may relieve constipation and control appetite

- good for heart heath



psyllium husk

Acai Berry Fruit Extract

Acai Berry, a fruit native to South American rainforests, is extracted from Acai palm trees.

Studies have shown that Acai Berry:

- powerful antioxidant

- may help lower cholesterol

- may help with brain health



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Chlorella is a nutrient loaded freshwater algae.

Studies have shown that Chlorella:


- may aid in detoxing​ (especially heavy metals)

- may improve immune function and cholesterol level




Black Walnut Hulls Powder

Black Walnuts are nutrient dense and are grown throughout United States.

Studies have shown that Black Walnut Hulls:

- may have antioxidant and antibacterial properties.



other active ingredients include:

Slippery Elm Bark, Aloe Ferox Powder 18%, Ginger Root, Hyssop Leaf, Inulin, Papaya Fruit Powder and Lycopene 5%

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Frequently asked questions

What does a team look like?

Successful case competition teams must work together closely and intensely. Teams should be groups of 4-5 people from the same university (graduate students of which there is at least one MBA student) with varied expertise and experiences. It is important to get to know each other well and utilize strengths to execute tasks related to the challenge. Assigning roles and responsibilities thoughtfully, to ensure that the team can learn to communicate and collaborate virtually in the stressful case competition environment, can maximize the impact that a team is aiming for.

What are the expectations from the teams?

One person per team must confirm participation for the semi-final and final. Teams will be notified of their selection for the semi-final case preparation on Oct 11th, 2020. Selection of teams is blinded and is based on whether the team has a strong understanding of the topic, knows individual strengths and gaps, and demonstrates the passion and commitment to envision an implementable solution. Shortlisted teams will have the opportunity to work on a real business challenge presented by Danaher Diagnostics and prepare a 5-minute video pitch which is due by Oct 30th 20:59 EST. On Nov 4, the final 9 teams will be shortlisted. Finalists will have a unique opportunity to present their solutions live on zoom to a panel of experts from Danaher Diagnostics on the day of the Competition, Nov. 6th.

What does the day of competition look like?

Check our day of competition agenda here.

What platforms will be used for communication?

Zoom – For the second time, the Carey Business School Annual Case Competition is completely virtual and will be conducted via Zoom. We believe that Zoom provides us with features that will enable an easy and effective channel for teams and judges to interact. We recommend that every team member familiarizes themselves with Zoom prior to the event here

Slack – We wanted to provide finalist teams with an easy channel to communicate. This year, we will be using Slack to ensure a team always stays updated and can communicate with each other, and a case competition organizer, throughout the event. We recommend that every team member familiarizes themselves with Slack once shortlisted.

How do I meet people and form a team in this virtual environment?

We understand that this new learning environment can be challenging for those who are not used to networking online and making new connections. We encourage you to try some of the following ways to meet new people to help you form a team: - Join the Danaher Case Competition Facebook Group - Sign-up to our mailing list so we can keep you posted of Case Competition updates - Attend your school’s virtual networking events, student organization virtual events, and happy hours - Express you interests to people on your Healthcare Student Club’s social media platforms - For Johns Hopkins Students, join the JHU Case Competition Team Networking LinkedIn page

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