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Some of Natures Most Powerful Antioxidants & Adaptogens

  • Boosts the body's immune system
  • Protects against telomere shortening
  • Supports organ & connective tissue
  • Supports Cognitive health & brain function
  • Supports Collagen, joint & bone health
  • Rejuvenates skin from within by improving skin moisture levels & elasticity

  • Helps reduce cortisol, the body's stress hormone
  • Increases energy
  • Promotes a restful sleep
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Increases focus
  • Helps your body handle stress
  • Contains cancer fighting properties
  • Supports healthy cholesterol & triglyceride levels

Indian Gooseberry
  • Inhibits the breakdown of collagen & hyaluronic acid
  • Super antioxidant "beauty food"
  • Reduces wrinkles & dryness
  • High in vitamin C
  • Enhances food absorption
  • Supports the heart
  • Supports male & female fertility
  • Enhances skin & hair health
  • Supports good eye health
  • Flushes out toxins

The 3 Most Common Studied Dietary Antioxidants


Vitamin C


Vitamin E


Beta Carotene


        Your body’s cells face threats every day, and viruses and infections attack them. Free radicals also can damage your cells and DNA. Some cells can heal from the damage, while some others cannot.
        Antioxidants are chemicals that can help stop or at least limit damage caused by free radicals. Your body uses the antioxidants to balance free radicals. This keeps them from causing damage to other cells. Antioxidants can serve as protection from free radicals and reverse some of the damage. They also boost your immunity.

Free Radicals
Oxidative Stress
How much is enough?