Delicious New Supplement, a Super-Berry Antioxidant
I realize how many, many Americans are always on the lookout for the next “miracle” herb that’s new to us but long-used in other cultures, such as the trusty acai berries or gingko biloba. In fact, according to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 1 in 5 Americans use dietary supplements too; and more natural supplements play a huge part in alternative care and disease prevention.
Sometimes, however, finding the right natural approach and appropriate supplements can take while; especially if you continue to purchase supplements that don’t work for your body, your age and activity level, etc.
The Arionaberry product line (tastes like a brighter blueberry with tart raspberry thrown in!) includes aroniaberry’s 100% concentrate, gummy chews and frozen berries all packed with disease-fighting antioxidants that may boost your immune system, aid in muscle recovery after workouts, and help eyesight regeneration (packed with Vitamin A).
· The high consumption of berries can significantly reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease, cancers, and other degenerative diseases caused by oxidative stress.
· Antioxidants can also relieve stress acting as a restoration function by producing a relaxant effect and improve platelet aggression.
· Aroniaberries help prevent cardiovascular disease. Aronia berries should be included in the diet to inhibit atherosclerosis and thus to prevent heart attack or stroke.
The 100% Pure Aroniaberry Concentrate contains a full seven pounds of aroniaberries in every bottle for a real boost to your immune system and overall wellness. Proven to help reduce muscle recovery time after workouts, solid amounts of fiber in those snacks too.
Giant yummy thumbs up on these pre-packaged 100-calorie snack sizes to hide in my son’s lunch box (he thinks they are gummy bears) or the 16-oz family bag (not individually packaged) for $19.95. All packed with disease-fighting antioxidants that are not only good for consumers but also taste great. (I ate them all, and my son Sam was pissed off.)
I tried them to brighten up a simple bowl of oatmeal, and I bet these antioxidant super-berries make a colorful smoothie too. Their tart flavor and dark purple hue could be great additions to baking recipes.
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