New & Innovative Formula: Phyto Benefits

This week’s New & Innovative Formula features a unique blend of phytochemicals designed to support overall health. Phytochemicals (or phytonutrients) are substances produced by plants that ward off germs, fungi, bacteria, and other environmental hazards. All fruits and vegetables contain phytochemicals; some more so than others. Here’s a list of some of our favorites:

When eaten, they are touted to provide support for:

  • DNA replication
  • Healthy immune response
  • Cardiovascular and circulatory system
  • Metabolic health
  • Anti-oxidant (balancing unstable molecules)

Ingredients of Phyto Benefits include:

BroccoPhane®: A broccoli sprout concentrate contain, it supported oxidative stress and is found in broccoli, cauliflower, kale, and brussel sprouts.  

Green Tea: Well known for its anti-oxidant capabilities, it has gained popularity for its constituent called EGCG. EGCG supported inflammation and the immune system in research.

Meriva® Curcumin: the active molecule found in turmeric. A formula of high absorption, it studied to maintain lower inflammation and oxidation levels. Oxidation is a process in which an electron is removed from a molecule during a reaction, causing it to become unstable and sometimes destructive.

Pomegranate: More specifically the patented molecule called P40 supported lowered oxidative stress and cell damage created by free radicals.

Quercetin: A flavonoid found in apples that supports a balanced histamine response.

Lycopene: Found in tomatoes and grapefruit, lycopene not only protected from oxidative stress but also showed cardioprotective properties.

Resveratrol:  Famous for being the antioxidant cardioprotective molecule found in red wine, resveratrol showed to help regulate energy on a cellular level.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always consult with your doctor first before starting any new supplements.