Whole Leaf & Cold Process Aloe Vera contains over 100 separate ingredients in its leaf and gel. Some of the most desirable constituents, because of their wellknown health supporting benefits, are the polysaccharides, or glucomannans, the glycoproteins and associated growth factors. Other advantages of the whole leaf, cold processing method include, increased total solids concentration, increased polysaccharide concentration and virtual absence of undesirable anthraquinones. Also, increased concentration in permeability factors, which can enhance uptake in the body, improved taste, increased growth factors for healing and increased concentration of immune system support phytonutrients.
“In Research and inVitro Studies, Extracts from Red Raspberry & Pomegranate Fruit and Especially the Seeds, Have Been Shown to Reduce or Eliminate Chronic Diseases and to Provide a Preventative Influence on Cancerous Conditions. This Nutraceutical Compound is called Ellagic Acid.”
Ellagic Acid is a nutraceutical, naturally occurring phenolic compound that has very strong anti-oxidant properties. It is also a potent anti-carcinogen. Ellagic Acid has the ability to inhibit mutations within a cell’s DNA. It is also considered an anti-cancer inhibitor, which has the ability to cause apoptosis or normal death in cancer cells. In addition, research has found that it has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties.
The flavonoids contained in strawberries are responsible for most of the benefits. Strawberries’ anthocyanidins are their most powerful flavonoids. Anthocyanidins are also responsible for the vibrant red color of strawberries. Studies have shown that due to Strawberries’ unique flavonoids content, they are effective in protecting against inflammation, heart disease and more.
Ingredients: Proprietary Blend 1.6g: Citric Acid, Potassium Bicarbonate, OrganicAloe Vera Gel Extract (200:1), PomegranateFruit Extract (40% Ellagic Acid), OrganicStrawberry Juice Extract, Blueberry JuiceExtract, Kiwi Fruit Extract, Raspberry FruitExtract, Digestive Enzymes (Alpha Amylase,Beta Amylase, Protease I, Protease II, Lactase,Lipase, Cellulase, Invertase).