Vitamin C fruit based

This Super Natural Vitamin C drink contains:


Camu Camu , Acerola Cherry , Baobab , Strawberry , Red Current , Raspberry - all as slow dried fruit powders.


Natural vitamin C lasts up to 24 times longer than regular ascorbic acid as the body is able to reuse food based vitamin C whereas ascorbic acid alone is used up in just two hours. 

* Pure natural fruit powder
* Derived from the richest vitamin C sources in the world
* Makes a delicious drink
* 100% Organic 
* Up to twenty times more effective than standard Vit C
* No stomach upset as with large doses of standard Vit C
* Perfect alone, in smoothies , juices or yoghurt's


Why Natural Vitamin C Is Better

 

All vitamin C in the form found in normal supplements is usually made from corn and unfortunately corn has been cross pollinated with genetically modified corn plants now so I can no longer guarantee the purity of ascorbic acid vitamin C as the damage is done. Over 90% of the world's vitamin C is made in China from GM corn. The Vitamin C as ascorbic acid we sell is listed as non GMO, but we unable to check that it really is. On the moral grounds the only reason we sell it is because some people simply can't afford the Super Natural version.

 

Read through each of the ingredients especially Camu Camu and learn how this Super Natural Drink could be the most simple delicious and powerful thing to feed your body with.

 

Camu Camu 

 

The camu berry is best known for its unusually high vitamin C content. Vitamin C, has many uses for preventing chronic disease. Natural vitamin C is an antioxidant that prevents free radical damage to the DNA of the cells throughout your body, which in turn can help in the prevention of cancer and heart disease among other health problems. Vitamin C also prevents colds and even the flu. It is a massive immune system booster and an all-around power-packed vitamin but only in its full-spectrum natural form.

There's no food on the planet with a higher concentration of vitamin C than the camu berry. The orange is generally known for its high vitamin C content, but oranges often only have around 1,000 ppm of vitamin C. The camu berry can have concentrations as high as 50,000 ppm or about 2 g of vitamin C per 100 g of fruit. That means that the camu berry provides 50 times more vitamin C than an orange on an ounce-for-ounce basis.

One of the best-known uses for vitamin C is in protecting your nervous system. The nervous system includes your brain, eyes and all the nerves running throughout your body that tell your heart when to contract, your lungs when to breathe, and your muscles when to flex it's the electronic system of your body. When your nervous system is under assault by unhealthy foods or environmental toxins, it will lead to you having a lower quality of life.

 The human body does not manufacture vitamin C, many other animals manufacture their own vitamin C, but humans do not; we must get it from dietary sources. Vitamin C is complex; it's not just a single, isolated chemical in its natural form. It is delivered through superfruits like camu in combination with several different supporting phytochemicals which makes the positive effect of vitamin C even more powerful than when taken alone.

 

Various research that has been conducted on camu camu shows that it is antiviral -- it helps kill viruses that could threaten your immune system and is a powerful protective agent against colds and the flu.

It is anti-arthritic, so it can help reduce inflammation, which tends to ease the pain of arthritis. And it's anti-atherosclerotic, which means it can help prevent atherosclerosis, or the buildup of plaque in the arteries. Plaque in the arteries leads to serious heart disease and eventually heart attacks.

Camu is also shown as being anti-mutagenic, which means it helps prevent the genetic mutation involved in the creation of cancer tumour's. In fact, if you can prevent DNA mutations in your body, you will live longer, have fewer chronic diseases, and greatly reduce your chances of ever being diagnosed with cancer.


One of the most impressive characteristics of camu is its anti-Parkinson's quality, so if you have Parkinson's disease or if you would like to protect yourself from Parkinson's disease, the camu berry is one of the things you should put on your investigation list. Again, it doesn't mean that this is a cure for Parkinson's disease; but it can certainly be a healthful nutritional tool that can either reduce the progression or potentially protect you from ever having it.


Camu camu has  been shown to protect the brain from neurodegenerative disorders such as dementia and Alzheimer's. In fact, if you're interested in anti-ageing, or if you're advancing in years and you want to make sure you have optimal brain function for the rest of your life, the camu berry is one of the most important nutritional supplements you can consume.

 

It is shown to be a protective food for cataracts. It doesn't mean that camu berry is an all-powerful, magical cure for every patient suffering from cataracts, but this is a superfruit that certainly should be investigated by anyone who is suffering from the condition. Camu also protects against glaucoma, a debilitating disease of the eye.

 

There is also evidence of the camu berry having an anti-inflammatory effect. Inflammation not only affects arthritis, it also affects heart health. In fact, inflammation and the C-reactive proteins are a hot topic now in medical literature. People are more aware of how inflammation is a systemic problem, meaning it affects the entire body. Vitamin C is an excellent anti-inflammatory supplement, and when you get high-density, full-spectrum vitamin C from camu berries, you get one of the best anti-inflammatory medicines from the natural world.

Known also as an antidepressant. Depression is often the result of a suppressed or poorly functioning nervous system. Of course, depression can have many causes, but the most common is actually a malnourished nervous system. The camu berry is one of the natural strategies you can use to reverse depression, even serious depression.
Camu berry is also documented as being anti-gingivitic, which means it helps fight gingivitis, the gum disease that can affect dental health.

Described as anti-hepatitic, meaning it protects against liver disorders, including liver disease and liver cancer. This is not a surprising effect, given that antioxidants are protective of the liver in general. Being a potent antioxidant, it can help support the liver's efforts in detoxifying many of the chemicals to which you are exposed. It has even shown a positive effect on migraine headaches. Many consumers in the Western world suffer from migraines. Migraines are caused by toxic food and a toxic environment, pure and simple. When you protect your nervous system against toxic chemicals found in foods and in the environment, then your incidence of migraines reduces rapidly. Camu camu is a neuro-protective superfruit, so it can help greatly reduce the incidence of migraines.

Camu is also shown as being anti-ulcerous, anti-herpes, and hypotensive. If you're suffering from hypertension or high blood pressure, taking the camu berry can help naturally lower your blood pressure. The most likely mechanism for this is that vitamin C combined with the mineral content of the camu berry helps relax the blood vessels throughout your body. This allows your blood vessels to be more flexible and to simultaneously reduce your overall blood pressure.

 

 Acerola Cherry

 

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Acerola is also known as: Barbados cherry, West Indian cherry and Cereza. It has its origins in the Yucatan and is widely distributed throughout the hotter southern climates of the United States like Florida and

Texas, as well as the Central and the northern part of South America. The plant is also

 cultivated throughout the Caribbean and sub-tropical regions. As of current, Brazil is the l

argest mass cultivator of the plant.

Acerola cherry contains nearly as high vitamin C content as Camu camu so provides

many of the same benefits, but acerola also contains many other beneficial properties

 as well such as, Vitamin A another important nutrient found in the acerola, yielding as

 much as a bundle of full-sized carrots, or approximately 3400 to 12,500 internationa

l units per 100 grams of fruit. Vitamin A plays a role in visual health, normal growth and

 ongoing development, red blood cell production and it protects the immune system.

Additional micronutrients found to a lesser degree in the fruit include several B-vitamins, calcium, iron, potassium and magnesium. Each of which is necessary in a normal diet. Protein, fibre and fatty acids, important macronutrients of the diet, are also in the fruit.
Acerola is a small tree or bushy shrub that grows best in tropical type climates and has poor cold tolerance because of its shallow root systems. Its leaves are a glossy lush green that varies between light and dark hues and the flowering portion of the plan blossoms five small pink to white petals. The actual fruit of the plant, which is used in the manufacture of supplements, is a bright red or yellow-orange, cherry sized lobe containing small seeds. The pulp of the fruit offers a delicately sweet aroma and taste but is acidic.

If you're diabetic, then the acerola berry is very good for you as it can reduce the blood sugar to reasonable levels. Acerola also contain polyphenols which can help greatly in reducing blood sugar.One more interesting use of  acerola is for strengthening teeth and bones.  Acerola berries have a few vitamins which help greatly in protecting and rebuilding teeth and bones. This is especially helpful if you're suffering from brittle bones and chipped teeth. Most skin products that are being made to treat conditions such as melasma contain acerola extracts in them. You can maintain acidity levels in your body with the help of acerola berries and this also aids the process of digestion.


Strawberry

 


spread as a wild native in many parts of the world dating back at least 2000 years.


spread as a wild native in many parts of the world dating back at least 2000 years.
In just about any part of the world you will find people enjoying the wonderful flavor and the health benefits of strawberries.  The red, fragrant, ground hugging strawberry plant has been wide

 For all of that time the wild species have been highly prised and recognised not only

for their sweet flavor but for various health benefits of strawberries.

Strawberry's are not only delicious but are also nutritious  as well containing a

 high level of vitamin C, and as we know from reading above the benefits of

 vitamin C are quite amazing, but the humble strawberry doesn't just bring

great taste to this drink it also adds other great properties such as being rich

in iodine, which is very helpful for proper functioning of the brain and nervous

system. Some of the members of the vitamin-B family present in strawberries

also strengthen the cardiac muscles and help better functioning of the heart.

Strawberries also help battle arthritis and gout, the degeneration of muscles

and tissues, drying up of the fluid which help mobility of the joints and accumulation of toxic substances and acids such as uric acid in the body are some of the ill effects of free radicals present in our body, which are primarily responsible for arthritis and gout. Strawberries, with their team of anti oxidants and detoxifiers, can effectively help push away such health hazards.


Taking fruit based Vitamin C:

 

Remember that this Vitamin C is more powerful than Vitamin C as ascorbic acid.

The optimum intake is likely to be in the region of 1,000 mg (1 gram) to 10,000 mg (10 grams) per day, If you are in the grips of cardiovascular disease, an infectious or immune system disease, or cancer the ideal level may be much higher. If you drink excessive amounts of alcohol, live in a polluted city, have a stressful lifestyle, take drugs including aspirin, or smoke, your optimal intake will again be raised. An intake of 200 to 300 mg of vitamin C per day is required to raise the average smoker's vitamin C level to that of a non-smoker. An intake of around 50 mg per cigarette probably affords maximum protection.

Albert Szent Gyorgi, who isolated vitamin C in 1928, recommends 1 gram daily. Dr. Michael Colgan takes 5 grams daily. Dr. Linus Pauling takes 10 to 18 grams daily. 

 Patrick Holford - The UK's leading Nutritionist says "Research shows that just 500mg of Vitamin C daily can cut death rates by 50%" and he takes 5 grams daily.
I make smoothies everyday and through in around 5-8 grams of the Vitamin C mix depending on the taste i am going for that day.

With our drink we believe a good start is 3 grams daily , increasing depending on your needs or as your health practitioner recommends.






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