Kenny Chesney Welcome To The Fishbowl - CountryMusicRocks.net

***CONTEST CLOSED***

Congratulations Kelsie, Frank, Gina & Kristen!

Kenny Chesney’s thirteenth studio album Welcome To The Fishbowl hit shelves on June 19 and remains at the top of Billboard’s Country Albums Chart for the second week in a row.  The new album houses hit single “Come Over” which serves as one of the fasting rising songs of his career, as well as “Feel Like A Rockstar” featuring Tim McGraw. 

Thanks to our friends at Sony Music Nashville, we have FOUR copies of Welcome To The Fishbowl to give away.  To enter to win, please fill out the form below.  One Winner will be randomly selected after contest closes on July 15. One Entry per person. Good Luck!

Welcome To The Fishbowl is available in stores now as well as digital outlets such as iTunes by clicking HERE.  Keep up with Chesney by visiting his official website, www.KennyChesney.com.

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  4. What’s in Those Supplements?

    The New York State attorney general’s office accused four
    national retailers on Monday of selling healthy supplements that were fraudulent and in many cases contaminated with unlisted ingredients.

    At GNC, for example, the agency found that five out of six samples from
    the company’s signature “Herbal Plus” brand of supplements “were either unrecognizable
    or a substance other than what they claimed to be.” In weight loss
    supplement labeled ginkgo biloba, the agency found only rice, asparagus
    and spruce, an ornamental plant commonly used for Christmas
    decorations.
    At Target, the agency tested six all-natural products from its
    popular “Up and Up” store brand of supplements. Three out
    of six – including ginkgo biloba, St. John’s wort and valerian root, a sleep aid – tested negative for the
    herbs listed on their labels. But the agency did
    find that the pills contained powdered rice, green beans, peas and
    wild carrots.
    From GNC, Herbal Plus brand:
    Gingko Biloba:
    • No gingko biloba
    • Did detect allium (garlic), rice, spruce and
    asparagus
    St. John’s Wort
    • No St. John’s Wort found
    • Did detect allium (garlic), rice and dracaena (a
    tropical houseplant)
    Ginseng
    • No ginseng found
    • Did detect rice, dracaena, pine, wheat/grass and
    citrus
    Garlic
    • Contained garlic
    Echinacea
    • No echinacea
    • Did detect rice in some samples
    Saw Palmetto
    • One sample contained the clear presence of palmetto
    • Other samples contained a variety of ingredients, including asparagus, rice and primrose
    From Target, Up & Up brand
    Gingko Biloba
    • No gingko biloba found
    • Found garlic, rice and mung/French bean
    St. John’s Wort
    • No St. John’s Wort found
    • Found garlic, rice and dracaena (houseplant)
    Garlic
    • Contained garlic
    • One test identified no DNA
    Echinacea
    • Most but not all tests detected Echinacea
    • One test identified rice
    Saw Palmetto
    • Most tests detected saw palmetto
    • Some tests found no plant DNA
    Valerian Root
    • No valerian root found
    • Found allium, bean, asparagus, pea family, rice, wild carrot and saw palmetto
    From Walgreens, Finest Nutrition brand
    Gingko Biloba
    • No gingko biloba found
    • Did detect rice
    St. John’s Wort
    • No St. John’s Wort found
    • Detected garlic, rice and dracaena
    Ginseng
    • No ginseng found
    • Detected garlic and rice
    Garlic
    • No garlic found
    • Detected palm, dracaena, wheat and rice
    Echinacea
    • No echinacea found
    • Identified garlic, rice and daisy
    Saw Palmetto
    • Contained saw palmetto
    From Walmart, Spring Valley brand
    Gingko Biloba
    • No gingko biloba found
    • Found rice, dracaena, mustard, wheat and radish
    St. John’s Wort
    • No St. John’s Wort found
    • Detected garlic, rice and cassava
    Ginseng
    • No ginseng found
    • Found rice, dracaena, pine, wheat/grass and citrus
    Garlic
    • One sample showed small amounts of garlic
    • Found rice, pine, palm, dracaena and wheat
    Echinacea
    • No echinacea or plant material found
    Saw Palmetto
    • Some samples contained small amounts of saw palmetto
    • Also found garlic and rice

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