SuperFruits Inc. Super Fruits GT
is The Ultimate Antioxidant Formula.Superfruits GT Ingredients
Superfruits GT contains the most powerful SUPERFRUIT antioxidant combination in the world! This doctor formulated liquid combines Resveratrol and Green Tea with 8 beneficial superberries and fruits to create the ultimate antioxidant formula. The nutritional significance of Superfruits GT can be attributed to its nutrient rich ingredients, high antioxidant values, and the benefits of maintaining the proprietary blend in whole food form for maximum absorption and bioavailability.Superfruits GT Powerhouse Blend
Superfruits GT features Açai, Wolfberry, Mangosteen, Pomegranate, Blueberry, White Grape, Peach, and Pear. The powerhouse blend (Açai, Wolfberry, Mangosteen, Pomegranate, and Blueberry) has extraordinary Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) values. These heavyhitters deliver DOUBLE the ORAC score of higher priced competing products. White Grape, Peach and Pear, with well-known benefits, are combined with our powerhouse blend to deliver a palate pleasing sensation.Green Tea and Resveratrol
Green Tea and Resveratrol are plant derived ingredients that are highly acclaimed for boosting energy levels. Known as free radical bounty hunters, they contribute to an increase in stamina, support normal low levels of cholesterol, and reinforce a strong immune system.Superfruits GT Contains:
What Can Acai Do for Me?
- White Grape
Açai Berries are native to the Amazon Rainforest growing on the Açai palm tree - referred to as the “TREE OF LIFE” by local Brazilians. For hundreds of years, the native Brazillians have prized Açai berries for their high nutritional value. Recently discovered by the rest of the world, the Açai berry has quickly become known as one of the most nutritious and powerful foods. Nicholas Perricone, M.D. went so far as describing the Açai berry as the #1 superfood of the world on Oprah’s website.
Açai 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). Açai 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 White Grapes Do for Me?
- Key Antioxidant: Anthocyanidins
- Main Ingredient in Superfruits GT
- Exceptional ORAC Values
- Purest Form of Amazon Rainforest Açai
- Freeze Dried Processing Technique Results in Maximum Antioxidant Retention
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 zo:" ":n 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 Peaches Do for Me?
- Boost Energy
- Support Normal Cholesterol Levels
- Antioxidant Rich
- Support Normal Blood Pressure Levels
- Easily Digested
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.
- Help Naturally Boost Metabolism
- Loaded with Vitamins A and C
- Support Normal Muscle Health
- Maintain a Balance of Fluids Through Electrolytes