Acai Berry

 

Acai Berry

The acai berry is a fruit of the acai palm tree. It has been harvested by native Americans for hundreds of years, forming a staple of the local diet. However, it became popular in the west only a few years ago when it was publicised in numerous TV shows, newspapers and magazine articles. Why did these little berries get so much attention from the media? It turned out that acai berries contain an amazing combination of health-promoting nutrients, among them antioxidants, dietary fiber and monounsaturated fats. No wonder they have taken the world by storm!


Mistica

Mistica boost the Immune System
Mistica provides Antioxidant Protection which rids the body of harmful toxins and waste
Mistica provides Anti-inflammatory Relief from inflammation and soreness in aching muscles and joints which would be great for athletes
Mistica combats the symptoms associated with Skin Conditions such as; psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis
Pomegranate
The total antioxidant activity of pomegranate juice polyphenols was measured three times higher than red wine and green tea.
Cranberry
Cranberry contains a wide variety of compounds but proanthocyanidins may be responsible for their beneficial effects on the urinary tract.
Elderberry
The Elderberry may stimulate the production of cytokines, compounds that play a role in the immune response system.
Blueberry
The USDA Human Nutrition Centre ranked blueberries as the number one antioxidant of over 40 fruits and vegetables tested.
Bilberry
Red Raspberry
Research has linked the anthocyanins in red raspberries to enhance vision, circulation and to slow the effects of aging.
Lycium

Also called wolfberry, the Chinese have used lycium for centuries to help strengthen muscles and bone, enhance liver function and help the eyes.
Red Grape
Red grapes contain antioxidant pigments called anthocyanins and resveratrol.
Concord Grape
Purple grape juice has been shown to protect the cardiovascular system.

Antioxidant

OxiScore Antioxidant Test

A resent study looks at the effect of Mistica consumption in a general population that included smokers, diabetics, and obese individuals. The test subjects drank two daily servings of Mistica for three week, and then were measured using the OxiScore Test, which determines free radical activity. The result were impressive.

Approximately 80 percent of all the subjects showed a decrease in free radical activity, and the group overall experienced a 43 percent reduction in free radical cell damage.

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