Winter Wellness Super Fruits Berries to the Rescue this Winter with TRÉ’s blend of dark berries containing Polyphenols, Flavonoids, anthocyanins and other antioxidants. Elderberry, Blueberry, Bilberry, Acai berry, Pomegranate, Cranberry, Green Tea, Resveratrol, Alpha-Lipoic Acid, etc.
Science has shown that a special group of nutrients called polyphenols, drawn from an equally special group of foods referred to as Super Fruits, plays a wide range of critical roles in supporting and maintaining optimal health, longevity, and cognitive capacity throughout life.
This research tells us that when these antioxidants are absent from or deficient in our diets, aging processes are accelerated and disease risk is higher. Conversely, when they are abundant in the diet, aging is slowed and disease risk is lowered.
Not just juice, Tré is a bioactive nutritional essence—a pure concentrated package for all year long. Nature’s most potent, health-enhancing ingredients: Pomegranate, Acai berry, Green Tea, blueberry, elderberry, bilberry, cranberry, black currant, and red and white grapes.
This unique blend is further enhanced with two powerful, scientifically validated anti-aging antioxidants: resveratrol and alpha-lipoic acid.
■ Tré provides nutrients that support the body’s natural ability to fight the evil twins of aging and disease: inflammation and oxidation. plus boost immune function against colds and flu. Winter Wellness Super Fruits to the Rescue!
Elderberry: Colds, Flu, Cystitis/Urinary Tract/Bladder Infections, Allergy Relief, Digestive Health.
Blueberry: Several studies link high flavonoid levels in blueberries with a better memory, and regular consumption may help keep your brain functioning well as you age, new research suggests. One study found that women with the highest intake of berries appeared to have a delay in cognitive aging by a whopping 2.5 years. Blueberries are also rich in manganese, which plays an important role in your metabolism, which can help keep you slim and energized.
Cranberries: They may prevent urinary-tract infections, and might help fight a far scarier disease: ovarian cancer. According to a new Rutgers University study, cranberries can boost the effectiveness of chemotherapy drugs used to fight ovarian cancer (at least in laboratory culture dishes) and may slow the growth of some cancer cells. Another study found that people who drink a glass of unsweetened cranberry juice each day raise their HDL, or good cholesterol, by 10%.
Acai berry: Anthocyanins have been observed to engage in anticarcinogenic activities, although the exact mechanisms are unknown. Laboratory studies using a variety of cancer cells have indicated that anthocyanins: act as antioxidants, activate detoxifying enzymes, prevent cancer cell proliferation, induce cancer cell death, have anti-inflammatory effects, inhibit some of the beginning of the formation of tumors, prevent cancer cell invasion.
Pomegranate: Pomegranate juice contains higher levels of antioxidants than most other fruit juices. It also has three times more antioxidants than red wine and green tea. The antioxidants in pomegranate juice can help remove free radicals, protect cells from damage, and reduce inflammation.
Bilberry: has been used for medicinal purposes for conditions ranging from eye conditions to diabetes. Bilberry is often touted as a remedy for eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, dry eyes, age-related macular degeneration, and retinitis pigmentosa.
A recent study in the journal Circulation suggests that sprinkling just a few more blueberries in your yogurt or blending strawberries into your morning smoothie may help reduce heart attack risk.
Just one ounce of delicious Tré daily will help with all four seasons. Can be added to NeoLife Shake Protein drink or other foods.
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Winter Wellness Super Fruits to the Rescue