Organic Blueberry Extract 350mg, 60 Vegan Capsules - Rejuvenation Therapeutics Corp.

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Organic Blueberry Extract

Provides antioxidant protection, supports DNA function, and more

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  • Helps support arterial health by maintaining blood flow
  • Provides antioxidant protection
  • Inhibits adhesion of bacteria

 

Suggested Use: Take 2 capsule daily, or as directed by your qualified healthcare professional.

 

Warning: Consult a healthcare professional prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing, taking any medications, or have any medical conditions. Keep out of reach of children.

Store in a cool, dry place.

Organic Blueberry Extract
60 Vegan Capsules (1-Month Supply)
Item# RTX-DS1600-060

Blueberries are one of the most commonly loved berries, that not only taste good but also provide abundant health benefits. However, fresh organic blueberries might not be easily available all year round, hence supplementing with Organic Blueberry Extract can be a convenient option to make sure that you are able to get an adequate, healthy dose of this powerful berry.

Packed with nutrients
These blue-purple colored small fruits have a pleasant, sweet taste and because of that they are used a lot in a variety of desserts, jams, and jellies. Blueberries are packed with nutrients but at the same time, they are low in calories and fat.

Blueberries contain around 14% of carbohydrates and many other nutrients such as Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin B6, and Manganese, indicating blueberries not only have a pleasant taste but also are a potent source of essential vitamins and minerals. They are also a rich source of phytochemicals such as polyphenols and anthocyanins, that mainly impart the blue-purple color to the fruit1.

Provides antioxidant protection
We are exposed to a lot of stress, pollution, harmful chemicals and rays on a daily basis. This leads to Oxidative stress in our body. Oxidative stress occurs when free radicals that are generated in the body due to stress, pollution, UV rays, and harmful chemicals bind to your healthy cells, causing them to damage and denature.

We are exposed to a lot of stress, pollution, harmful chemicals and rays on a daily basis. This leads to Oxidative stress in our body. Oxidative stress occurs when free radicals that are generated in the body due to stress, pollution, UV rays, and harmful chemicals bind to your healthy cells, causing them to damage and denature.

Blueberries, however, are one of the powerful free radical scavengers that effectively reduce Oxidative stress by binding to the free radicals formed and neutralizing them2,3.

By reduction of oxidative stress, studies suggest the consumption of blueberries maintained neuronal function and even reversed age-related neuronal deficits.4 According to a clinical trial published in the Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, supplementation with blueberry led to improved memory among elderly subjects and conferred neurocognitive benefit5.

Inhibition of bacterial adhesion
Uropathogenic E.coli bacteria adhere to uroepithelial cells thus leading to urologic pathologies like Urinary Tract Infection. Anthocyanins (a phytochemical) and some other components present in blueberries inhibit the binding of E.coli bacteria to the urinary tract wall, thus preventing the bacteria from invading the tissues and causing an infection6.

As blueberries, in their fruit form, are seasonal, at times expensive, and only have a small amount of the essential vitamins, we have developed this easy-to-take Organic Blueberry Extract supplement made from the highest quality organic blueberries, so that you can fight those free radicals every day!

Order your bottle of Organic Blueberry Extract today, so that you can take the first step in protecting and preserving your health.

 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

References
  1. Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism. 2014 Jan 1;7(2):133-43.
  2. Journal of Berry Research. 2017 Jan 1;7(1):1-9.
  3. Food & function. 2017;8(11):4118-28.
  4. Gerontology. 2012;58(6):518-23.
  5. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry. 2010 Jan 4;58(7):3996-4000.
  6. Food Quality and Safety. 2017 Mar 1;1(1):3-12.

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