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  • BilberryVitaking Bilberry

    Bilberry

    Bilberries (also known as Vaccinium myrtillus, wild blueberries, and blue whortleberries) have the antioxidant capacity of more than 20 fresh fruits and berries, even stronger than those of cranberries, raspberries, strawberries, plums, or cultivated blueberries.

    The antioxidant powers and health benefits of bilberries can be attributed to a number of remarkable compounds contained in them, including anthocyanin, vitamin C, resveratrol, vitamin E, and ellagic acid.

  • CranberryVitaking Cranberry

    Cranberry

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    Cranberry is one of the three autochthon fruits in South America (the other two is Bilberry and Grape). The native indians consumed it pulpified but the also used it as paint and medication material. Later on in the War of Independence people used it to recover C vitamin and to protect themselves against scurvy during the long voyages on the sea.

    This well-known tonic is recommended as a natural way to maintain a healthy urinary tract. For many, the sharp flavor of cranberry juice is too much for consumption.

    Cranberry is an extremely healthy fruit. It is an excellent nutrient and mineral source which contains C, B and A vitamin. It is also contains a high amount of antioxidant phenol.

     

  • TurmericVitaking Turmeric

    Turmeric

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    Traditionally used in cooking as a curry spice, herbalists use turmeric as a liver tonic and gastrointestinal system soother.

    The key to turmeric’s benefits appear to be its high concentration of natural compounds known as curcuminoids, which possess powerful antioxidant capabilities.

    It assist the normal functioning of the enteron, digestion and intestinal comfort.

    To improve absorption of turmeric you can take it in with vitamins which enhances nutrient absorption.

    Recommended dietary allowance: 2 capsule per day