High ORAC Synbiotic is one of our hard-working products that we so take for granted, I hardly ever write about it, yet it is a phenomenally powerful agent.
What is special about this product?
It is all in the insanely high amount of 40,000 ORAC units.
Just to compare: 5-9 fruits and vegetables provide around 1,800 to 2,500 ORAC units. This means that taking one capsule of High ORAC is equivalent to eating almost 144 fruits and vegetables.
Magic happens when we combine polyphenols and probiotics with Supernatant. And when the polyphenols contain such a powerful amount of ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbent Capacity) – excellence is at work.
The High ORAC has an impressive mix of intensely high actives from fruit concentrates and extracts of Grape Seed, Wild Blueberry, Quercetin, Resveratrol, Wild Bilberry, Cranberry, Tart Cherry, Prune, Raspberry Seed, and Strawberry. It also has Probiotic- Certified strains of Bifidobacterium longum, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillusbulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus (30 billion CFU per gram); Prebiotic- Inulin from chicory Root; Supernatant-probiotic metabolites, and ORNs (Oligoribonucleotides).
It is that impressive!
To understand my calculation: each 9 veggies and fruit supply around 2,500 ORAC units. 16 servings of 9 fruit and veggies amounts to 40,000 ORAC unit – and 16 servings X 9 = 144 fruits and veggies to achieve what one capsule of High ORAC does.
The function of the High ORAC:
- The High ORAC Synbiotic is designed for calming and rejuvenating inflammatory conditions in the GI tract. In particular, it was formulated to offer a perfect first step after antibiotic therapy.
- Sensitive gut: there are many GI ailments that require calming and strengthening the GI membrane. Remember, the membrane is only one cell thick.
- Of course, as we all know, anti-inflammatory conditions drive many other health conditions, which means the High ORAC is a perfect health building supplement, and excellent as an adjunct therapeutic agent for conditions that require anti-inflammatory properties.
- A new generation Synbiotic formula: The selected probiotic organisms are shown in research to be excellent colonizers of the GI Tract. They inhibit pathogens, strengthen the mucus membrane, protect from yeast and other pathogens, and create a balanced environment that bolster the health of the microbiome (GI Tract).
- Phenols are shown in research to have powerful antioxidant, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory properties. With the extensive variety of our potent berries and fruit concentrates, the formula is brought up to a new level of regenerating the GI Tract. Their phenolic profile and fibers work synergistically with probiotic organisms to form the next generation of symbiotic formulas. The High ORAC can be utilized as a comprehensive post antibiotic care, and as a daily booster.
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Yours as always,
We have developed our products based on scientific research and/or the practical experience of many healthcare practitioners. There is a growing body of literature on food based nutrition and supplements and their application in support of our health. Please use our products under the advisement of your doctor.
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