Sea AloeSuperfruits GT Liquid Antioxidant
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Superfruits is an exciting new guess what, super fruit product. There is a big buzz these days about the fact that scientists have figured out that there are many many superfruits out there and blueberries are not the only way to get your antixodiants.
Pollution, toxins, and life�s daily stresses are slowly damaging your body. The damage occurs at the cellular level through the creation of Free Radicals. Free Radicals are split molecules that become unstable and attack surrounding healthy molecules. Your body uses antioxidants to help combat Free Radicals and the damaging effects they can have on your body. But as we expose ourselves to ever increasing levels of harmful pollutants, our bodies struggle to produce sufficient antioxidants. Simply put, your body needs additional sources of antioxidants to fight Free Radicals.
Antioxidants play an important role in successfully combating and neutralizing these Free Radicals. Antioxidants scavenge Free Radicals, and help stabilize and stop the chain reaction known as oxidation. uperfruits GT starts with a powerful combination of the finest and most researched fruits in the world. Combined with Green Tea and Resveratrol, these all natural ingredients produce the ultimate liquid antioxidant formula. Our proprietary infusion process, known as ORAmaXX�, unleashes the maximum antioxidant power, as evidenced by our unprecedented ORAC score. Superfruits GT�s liquid delivery method allows Superfruits GT to more readily, and completely, assimilate into your body which gives your body the antioxidant boost it needs each day.
Dr. Chris Cormier, D.C., a Liquid Nutritional Expert, and Jim Shriner, America�s Leading Health & Fitness Expert, joined forces in formulating this amazing product. Both have helped people overcome nutritional hurdles for decades. Superfruits GT harnesses the rich, whole food potency of all its ingredients to deliver a new breed of antioxidant concentration. Read more about Dr. Chris Cormier, D.C. and Jim Shriner's expertise on the importance of antioxidant supplementation.
What Can Acai Do for Me?
A�ai Berries are native to the Amazon Rainforest growing on the A�ai palm tree - referred to as the �TREE OF LIFE� by local Brazilians. For hundreds of years, the native Brazillians have prized A�ai berries for their high nutritional value. Recently discovered by the rest of the world, the A�ai berry has quickly become known as one of the most nutritious and powerful foods. Nicholas Perricone, M.D. went so far as describing the A�ai berry as the #1 superfood of the world on Oprah�s website.
A�ai pulp contains, on average, 10-30 times the antioxidants of red wine (per equal volume). Acai berries are rich in B vitamins, minerals (particularly iron in wholefood-form), fiber, proteins, essential fatty acids, and anthocyanins (a member of the flavonoid class of antioxidants). A�ai Berries are high in essential fatty acids including Omega-3 and Omega-6 that have been found to support normal levels of LDL & HDL cholesterol. Fatty acids also aid in the transport and absorption of fat-soluble vitamins such as Vitamins A, E, D, and K.
What Can Wolfberries Do for Me?
Wolfberries are delicious, bright red berries native to the Orient. They grow on a vine that reaches up to 20 feet high. When ripe, the berries are collected by shaking the vines over special mats where they are untouched and left to dry under the Himalayan sun. It is vital that the berries are never touched by human hands when they are fresh, otherwise they will oxidize, causing them to turn black and become unusable.
Wolfberries are rich in antioxidants, particularly carotenoids such as beta-carotene and zeaxanthin. One of zeaxanthin's key roles is to support the retina of the eye.
Wolfberries are a natural source for beta carotene, iron, and vitamin C. They are also a rich source of naturally occurring B1, B2, B6, vitamin E, essential fatty acids and polysaccharides. Wolfberries have 18 amino acids (including 8 essential amino acids).
What Can Mangosteen Do for Me?
Mangosteen is a tropical fruit (a 2-3 inch deep purplish berry, when ripe) that was discovered in 1697. Since being discovered, it has been called the �Queen of Fruits� by many. The inside portion of the berry is pale and fleshy. The primary plant growing area for the mangosteen fruit is in Southeast Asia. Commercial growing of the mangosteen tree has not been largely successful in other climates of the world.
It has been used traditionally for centuries in Southeast Asia in some of their medicinal practices relating to headaches, pain and swelling, fever, and for various other ailments. For centuries, Mangosteen has also been used by some countries for its potential anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic support.
Interesting Fact: An article in Sports Illustrated, January 15, 2007 issue, featured Mangosteen. In the article, Drew Brees, the quarterback of the New Orleans Saints, stated due to Mangosteen�s many benefits, he takes mangosteen every single night at 9 pm!
What Can Pomegranate Do for Me?
The pomegranate is one of the earliest cultivated fruits, which has been traced back to 3,000 B.C. The major antioxidants in pomegranate seeds are called punicalagins, which break down into ellagic acid. Pomegranate also contains other antioxidants such as vitamin C, beta-carotene, catechins, gallocatechins, and anthocyanins such as prodelphinidins, delphinidin, cyanidin, and pelargonidin.
The pomegranate is natively found from Iran to the Himalayas in northern India and has been cultivated and naturalized over the whole Mediterranean region and the Caucasus since ancient times. In the past decade, numerous studies on the benefits of pomegranate constituents have been published revealing beneficial properties that address a wide scope of concerns.
What Can Blueberries Do for Me?
Anthocyanin gives blueberries their color and might be the key component of the blueberry�s antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Based on data from the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (Boston, MA), blueberries are among the most commonly available fruits with the highest antioxidant activity. Using a test called ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity), researchers have shown that a serving of fresh blueberries provided more antioxidant activity than many other fresh fruits and vegetables.
Fresh fruits, including blueberries, and vegetables contain additional naturally occurring antioxidants such as Vitamins C and E. Blueberries contain phenolics that can also act as an antioxidant.
Anthocyanins are the largest group of water-soluble pigments in the plant kingdom and belong to the family of compounds known as flavonoids.
What Can White Grapes Do for Me?
White Grapes have been studied for the ability to aid in the stabilization of capillary walls, which supports circulation and blood flow. These natural compounds have also been studied and shown to have cardioprotective properties. Grapes support normal levels of collagen and elastin in the skin.
The white grape juice used in our formula is from Thompson seedless grapes grown in California. White grapes are ideally grown in moderate temperate zones. White grapes are easier to digest so they make a great option for babies and children instead of apple or pear juices.
What Can Peaches Do for Me?
Eating peaches supplies the body with more benefits than most people realize. This common fruit, a member of the rose family, is not only low in calories (one cup, sliced, has just 60), it's also packed with potassium. Potassium is essential for the proper functioning of the body's cells and for maintaining a balance of fluids and electrolytes. Potassium is important for nerve signaling, muscle contraction, and metabolism. Peaches are also an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C, and beta carotene.
The Persian apple, as it was once known, hails from ancient China and is a symbol of longevity. In the 1600s, Spanish missionaries planted peach trees in America, and the fruit has become an agricultural staple of the temperate South and West. Today, California, South Carolina and Georgia are the largest producers of peaches.
What Can Pears Do for Me?
Pears are a good source of vitamin C and copper. Both of these nutrients can be thought of as antioxidant nutrients that help protect cells in the body from oxygen-related damage due to free radicals. Pears are an excellent source of water-soluble fiber. They contain vitamins A, B1, B2, C, E, folic acid and niacin. Pears are also rich in phosphorus and potassium.
Pears are very unlikely to trigger allergic reactions, so they are often used in exclusion diets. They contain hydroxycinnamic acids, which act as antioxidants.
Pears typically have a high content of pectin. The beneficial properties of pectin were discovered in 1961. Pectin binds with the fats and cholesterol in the blood and supports quickly eliminating dangerous toxins.
What Can Resveratrol Do for Me?
Resveratrol is a naturally occurring compound produced in plants and grapes, found primarily in the skin and seeds. Resveratrol is a powerful antioxidant that can help mitigate cell damage caused by free radicals (free radicals are unstable atoms that have the potential of destroying cells).
New studies show that Resveratrol supports a reduction in the visible signs of aging. Additional studies show Resveratrol may also support the regeneration of alcohol damaged livers, normal bone density, may boost endurance, support normal hair growth, and re-energize cells.
We obtain our Resveratrol from Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica, syn. Polygonum cuspidatum, Reynoutria japonica) which is a large, herbaceous perennial plant, native to eastern Asia.
What Can Green Tea Do for Me?
Green tea is particularly rich in flavonoids (which account for 30% of the dry weight of a leaf), including catechins and their derivatives. The most abundant catechin in green tea is epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), which is thought to play a pivotal role in green tea's antioxidant effects.
People in Asian cultures consume an average of 3 cups per day of green tea (which would provide 240-320 mg of polyphenols). Just one cup of green tea supplies 20-35 mg of EGCG, which has the highest antioxidant activity of all the green tea catechins.
The benefits of green tea have been extensively researched and, as the scientific community's awareness of its potential benefits has increased, so have the number of new studies. As of 2009, the PubMed.com database contained more than 3,000 studies on green tea and its benefits.