|Item No. :||SF00812|
|Country of Origin :||Australia|
|Unit size(g) :||10 x 9G|
Is your body ageing too quickly? Don’t worry SuperRed Antiox is a delicious natural berry shake that will boost your antioxidants and will eliminate the free radicals. SuperRed Antiox is professionally formulated to support each organ and key body system, meaning body will feel as youthful as your mind.
From the findings issued on the February 2008 by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, shows that people whose eat a moderate amount of berries lower cholesterol and blood pressure due to the high levels of antioxidants known as polyphenols.
The value of ORAC table shows that SuperRed Antiox contains a higher level of active antioxidants compared to the same amount of the individual fresh fruits.
The bottom line……
SuperRed Antiox contains a variety of fruits and vegetables with bright, vivid and fun colors to achieve the most anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals. With the least processing to preserve the natural ORAC value it embodies ensuring you will get the protective effect you will need. Thus, the key is “Wholesome”.
Suggest Use: Mix 1 scoop (8g) of SuperRed Antiox into 250ml of Soymilk, juice or water. Stir or shake well. Drink immediately after preparation. Can consume up to 2 times daily.
Children (5-12 yrs):1/2 to 1 sachet daily.
Goji berries, Pomegranate, Raspberries, Strawberries, Blueberries, Passion fruits, Carrots, Beetroot, Tomatoes, Blackcurrants, Cranberries, Black grapes, Grape seed, Rosehip
Mixed Berries are found to have a high ORAC value and are usually amongst the top of the list. Berries (for e.g. blueberry, goji, strawberry, raspberry, cranberry) are generally rich in flavonoids, giving the plant its bright & colorful nature. Two of the common flavonoid in these berries are quercetin and ellagic acid.
Fruits do not contain only Vitamin A, C and fibre. They have special nutrients called polyphenols. Polyphenols are plant pigments that give pomegranate, blackcurrant and black grapes, berries, parsley their red and blue color. Let’s take grapes as an example. Polyphenols like resveratrol and oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPC) existed in the grape’s fruit and skin, the plant leaves and even its seeds.
Vegetables with vivid, bright and dark pigments are the ones full of anti-oxidants and nutrients. Examples are red, yellow, dark green vegetables like carrots, tomatoes, broccoli, beetroot, and corn. These vegetables contain nutrients called carotenoids like beta-carotene and lycopene.
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