Superfood SuperFruits

Super Greens & Microalgaes | Fruits | Nuts, Seeds, Oils

Super Fruits and Fruit Benefits

• Blueberry

• Mangosteen

• Pineapple

• Papaya

• Coconut

• Goji berries

• Noni fruit

NOTE: Although all fruits have certain properties that may be healing or good for certain symptoms, the ones below are all exceptional and have high value to overall health, yet still relatively unknown to most of us. For instance, called the "Queen of Fruits" in Thailand, Mangosteen is a fruit that most westerners have never heard, but with its superior gustatory and high antioxidant qualities, mangosteen will likely soon be widely know for it role in fighting cancer.


Whole fruit, juice, extract
- Rich in anti-oxidants that enhance red blood cell resistance to oxidative stress
- Source of vitamin C and fiber
- Promotes vision, and is easy to digest & assimilate


Whole fruit, juice, powder
- Native to southeast Asia (Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand), fruit is red with a thick peel or hull which is too bitter to be edible but possesses abundant xanthones (highly potent antioxidants that protects the body from cell-ravaging free radicals) - Inside the mangosteen is the soft white and segmented fruit which is sweet, slightly acidic, and contains nutrients including catechins, polyphenols, polysaccharides, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, and vitamins
- Contains compounds that have antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-tumor activity, anti-histamine and anti-inflammatory properties
- >>> Buy 100% Mangosteen Juice here


Whole fruit, juice
- Grown in tropical climates
- Excellent source of vitamin C, fiber, manganese, bromelin which is an enzyme reported to have mild anti-inflammatory effects


Whole fruit green or ripe, enzyme extract, juice, seeds
- Grown in tropical climates
- Rich souce of potassium, carotene (which is converted to vitamin A), vitamin C, folate, beta carotene which prevents damage by free radicals that lead to cancer, and calcium
- Contains the enzyme Papain which is an excellent aid to digestion, helps to digest the protein in food, and exhibits pain relieving properties
- Promotes healing of wounds and surgical incision


Whole fruit meat and water, dried shreds and pieces or powder, milk, oil
- Highly nutritious and rich in medium-chain good fats particularly lauric acid which supports healthy metabolism
- Free of cholesterol and trans-fats
- Oil is shelf-stable and requires no refrigeration; good to apply on skin and hair
- >>> Buy Nutiva Organic Coconut Oil here

Goji berries

Dried whole fruits; juice, powder
- A highly nutritionally-rich fruit that contains 18 different amino acids, 21 trace minerals
- Rich source of antioxidant carotenoids (beta-carotene)
- Contain 500 times the amount of vitamin C, by weight, than orange
- Contain vitamins B1, B2, B6, E, and polysaccharides which fortify the immune system
- Traditionally regarded as a longevity and strength-building food and is commonly used in Asian cultures for herbal soups and teas
- >>> Buy Whole Certified Organic Goji Berries here

Noni fruit

Whole fruit; juice; elixir; tea; lotion
- A white fruit with a bitter taste and distinct smell that is found throughout the Pacific Islands, Southeast Asia, India, and Australia
- Rich in fiber, proteins, iron, vitamin C, calcium, zinc
- Traditionally used both as food, dietary supplement, and as a medicine for treating everything including lumbago, asthma, dysentery, head lice, open wounds, broken bones, inflamed joints, sores and pains
- >>> Buy Organic Certified Tahitian Noni Juice here

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