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Exponentially More Antioxidants 

Rich in BioActive Compounds: Polyphenols, Vitamins C, A, B1, B2, B6, B9, P Minerals: Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium. Immune Health is packed with Anthocyanins that support health.

A potent Extract of the Haskap Super Berry + Zinc

 Canadian researchers have demonstrated that haskap berry extracts significantly reduces the development of chronic inflammation. They also showed that the anti-inflammatory effect of haskap was comparable to commonly used non-steroidal anti-inflammatories.

PREMIUM QUALITY FROM SEE TO CAPSULE

Our antioxidant blend is made in Canada, from seed to capsule under strict gmp guidelines. With naturally potent ingredients you won't find anything better! Try a full bottle of Immune Health super antioxidants, and feel the benefits of this premium supplement for yourself!

ENCAPSULATED TO PROTECT THE BIOACTIVE POLYPHENOLS 

on it’s journey to your stomach where the C3G Antioxidants are directly absorbed into the bloodstream across the stomach wall. The delivery method is superior to ingesting the powder in other ways since the addition of any form of moisture to the powder breaks down the health-promoting polyphenols. 

 

Antioxidant support for the mind and body.

IMMUNITY

High concentrations of anthocyanins, polyphenols, and vitamin C, along with Vitamin A provide an immunity an boost.

Highest Anthocyanin Levels

VERY BERRY GOOD

Haskap is the Japanese name for Lonicera Caerulea also known as the Edible Blue Honeysuckle,  Haskap is an ancient fruit originating from Northern Japan meaning “berry of long life and good vision”.

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Immunity Support

Haskap berries have great health benefits, vitamin C contents range from 50mg-100mg/100g of the berries, outranking Blueberries. Secondly, they are a high source of antioxidants and other flavonoids such as Rutin, Ferulic acid, Epicatechin, Genistic acid, Protocatechuic acid, Caffeic Acid, Ellagitannins, Quercetin and many other.

Haskap Berries Can Tame Inflammation

Inflammation is the underlying cause of many chronic diseases. Recent research has shown that haskap berry polyphenols have the ability to act as an effective inflammation inhibitor. Pro-inflammatory cells wreak havoc on the body by irritating and causing swelling to major organs and tissues. Inflammation also prevents enzymes from carrying out their message-delivering responsibilities. This may eventually cause the organ or tissue to stop functioning altogether.

A Superfood Bursting with Antioxidants

Haskap berries have as much as five times the amount of antioxidants as a blueberry, making it a nutrient-packed superfood. Antioxidants combat free radicals, in our bodies by binding to them and removing their hydrogen bond. Once this hydrogen bond is removed, these cells have the potential to become free radicals themselves, which creates an alkaline or balanced environment in which chronic diseases cannot thrive in.

Haskap Berry Anthocyanins

Haskap berries have one of the highest levels of anthocyanin of all fruit. Anthocyanin is the pigment usually found in the skin of fruits or vegetables that give it color. It belongs to the phytochemical family and is high in antioxidants. 

Very Berry Good

What Are Anthocyanins?

Studies have found that diets high in antioxidants like anthocyanin lead to a reversal in certain age-related deficits that affect neural and behavioral parameters, including memory and motor functions. Anthocyanins have been credited with protecting memory, coordination, and neural function in older populations.

https://www.verywellhealth.com/the-scoop-on-anthocyanins-89522

 

What are Flavonoids? 

Flavonoids help regulate cellular activity and fight off free radicals that cause oxidative stress on your body. In simpler terms, they help your body function more efficiently while protecting it against everyday toxins and stressors. Flavonoids are also powerful antioxidant agents.

www.healthline.com/health/what-are-flavonoids-everything-you-need-to-know