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Maqui Superberry – Highest Antioxidant Superfruit in the World!

Maqui Superberry (TM) is a deeply purpled berry collected from the distant Patagonia region of Chile, traditionally used by the Mapuche Indians for supporting stamina, increasing strength, and promoting healthy immune response. Maqui Superberry has undergone a proprietary ultra filtration process to offer our customers one of the purest and highest antioxidant superfruits in the world.

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Health Benefits of Maqui Berry

  • Contains high level of polyphenols and anthocyanins Support Healthy Aging
  • Protect cells from oxidative stress
  • Neutralizes Free Radicals
  • Support Healthy Inflammatory Function
  • Support Healthy Immune System
  • Support Cardiovascular health
  • Excellent source of Vitamin C, Iron, and Potassium

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Maqui Magic

Plants which grow in harsh environments must have special “skills” to survive.

Over time these plants have become “enhanced” with special chemicals – called phytochemicals – in an effort to protect them from environmental factors like intense sunlight, predatory insects etc.

This is good news for us, as the fruit (a deeply purple berry) of such plants contain high levels of antioxidant rich phytochemicals.  We can harvest the fruit and gain valuable nutrients from these Natural Superfoods.

Maqui Berries
Maqui Berries

The fruit I’m referring to is called the Chilean Maqui Berry (Aristotelia Chilensis), which is considered a sacred plant by the native Mapuche Indians.  The Mapuche are a strong people who sustained their freedom under attack from the Incas, Spainards and probably more.  They have never been conquered.  Historically they credit their legendary strength to the Maqui Berry.

Even better, the Mapuche Indians are directly involved in the sustainable, organic farming of the Maqui Berry in locations far from pollution.

• 100% Certified Organic by CERES a
• 100% from pollution free native forest (far from industrial, main roads, polluted water & air source)
• 100% hand picked, wild harvested by Mapuche Indians (No machinery allowed)
• 100% pesticides and herbicides free
•  Sustainable Harvesting Practices
These practices will ensure the longevity of the Maqui Berry trees and the success of the Mapuche Indian people.
So what are the benefits of the Maqui Berry to us?
•High level of Polyphenols and Anthocyanins Antioxidants
•Supports Healthy Aging
•Protects Cells from Oxidative Stress
•Neutralizes Free Radicals
•Supports Healthy Immune & Inflammatory Function
•Natural COX-2 Inhibitor
•Supports Cardiovascular Health
•Supports Healthy Blood Sugar Level
•Excellent source of Vitamin C, Iron, and Potassium
•Possible weight loss benefits:  Thermogenic

Maqui Berry is available as a Maqui Liquid Supplement which contains Organic Maqui berry, Organic Wild Blackberry, Organic Elderberry, Organic Raspberry, Organic Chilean Guava, Organic low glycemic agave nectar.

or

Maqui Vcaps containing only Organic Maqui as ingredient.
•Both products are 100% Certified Organic by CERES, compliance with USDA
•Both products contain the same ORAC value of 2000 umole/serving. (1 tablespoon or 15ml of liquid supplement is equivalent to 2 capsules)
•Both products are 1 month supply


Antioxidants Are Also Anti-fat

Recent research by neuroendocrinoligist Dr Zane Andrews of Monash University says that free radicals can make us fat.

The oxidising free radicals damage the cells which tell us when we have had enough to eat.  In other words, your “fullness” switches gets turned off. More damage occurs to your fullness signal cells with reach passing year. The result is that your “stop eating” mechanism gets weaker and weaker.

It’s impossible to avoid free radicals, however, all is not lost!  The best way to protect yourself is by including lots of antioxidants into your diet. One of the easiest ways is to add a top quality antioxidant product to your diet.  I recommend Maqui SuperBerry made from the Chilean Maqui berry – proven to have the highest antioxidant rating of any fruit.  Take advantage of the current special on Maqui Superberry – The Highest Antioxidant Superfruit in the World!


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Maqui Berry – Origins and History

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Maqui Berry – Highest Natural ORAC (Antioxidant Score)

This humble little berry is going to change lives.

It’s called a Maqui Berry (pronounced mah key).

Maqui Berry

It’s the fruit with the highest antioxidant content known.

It’s certainly a Natural Superfood.

It may be very new to you, but believe me when I say it’s going to be on everyone’s radar very soon.

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Dr Ward Bond of Nutritional Living on Maqui Berry – Part 2

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What Fruit has the Highest Antioxidant Value?

The Answer is Maqui Berries.

Why are Antioxidants Important?

Antioxidants are health-giving molecules found in abundance in many fruits and vegetables. Throughout the ages, cultures from around the world have been consuming red wine and deep colored berries which have been recognized as sources of concentrated nutrients beneficial for longevity and healthy living.



Emerging science suggests that unstable molecules called free radicals may be linked to health imbalances, and is a leading cause of aging and poor health.  Antioxidants contain an extra oxygen molecule and are able to neutralize the free radical before it does any harm. The normal aging process and the various environmental and life-style stressors we face every day create more free radicals than our bodies can naturally fight off.

The USDA, American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, National Academy of Sciences and American Diabetes Association recommend 5 to 15 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. The average American gets less than 1 serving of dark, leafy greens per day, far less than the recommended antioxidant intake.

Maqui Berries
Maqui Berries

The patent pending Maqui SuperberryTM is jam-packed with antioxidant, delivers highest potency of anthocyanins and polyphenols to help prevent free radicals from doing their damage, and leading you to healthy living with the breakthrough antioxidants!

Maqui Superberry – The Highest Antioxidant Superfruit in the World!


Berry Fruits Article – Positive and Profound Effects on Human Health

Link to Original http://pubs.acs.org/cgi-bin/abstract.cgi/jafcau/2008/56/i03/abs/jf071988k.html

Berry Fruits: Compositional Elements, Biochemical Activities, and the Impact of Their Intake on Human Health, Performance, and Disease

Navindra P. Seeram#

Center for Human Nutrition, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles, California 90095

Received July 3, 2007

Abstract:

An overwhelming body of research has now firmly established that the dietary intake of berry fruits has a positive and profound impact on human health, performance, and disease. Berry fruits, which are commercially cultivated and commonly consumed in fresh and processed forms in North America, include blackberry (Rubus spp.), black raspberry (Rubus occidentalis), blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum), cranberry (i.e., the American cranberry, Vaccinium macrocarpon, distinct from the European cranberry, V. oxycoccus), red raspberry (Rubus idaeus) and strawberry (Fragaria × ananassa). Other berry fruits, which are lesser known but consumed in the traditional diets of North American tribal communities, include chokecherry (Prunus virginiana), highbush cranberry (Viburnum trilobum), serviceberry (Amelanchier alnifolia), and silver buffaloberry (Shepherdia argentea). In addition, berry fruits such as arctic bramble (Rubus articus), bilberries (Vaccinuim myrtillus; also known as bog whortleberries), black currant (Ribes nigrum), boysenberries (Rubus spp.), cloudberries (Rubus chamaemorus), crowberries (Empetrum nigrum, E. hermaphroditum), elderberries (Sambucus spp.), gooseberry (Ribes uva-crispa), lingonberries (Vaccinium vitis-idaea), loganberry (Rubus loganobaccus), marionberries (Rubus spp.), Rowan berries (Sorbus spp.), and sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides), are also popularly consumed in other parts of the world. Recently, there has also been a surge in the consumption of exotic “berry-type” fruits such as the pomegranate (Punica granatum), goji berries (Lycium barbarum; also known as wolfberry), mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana), the Brazilian açaí berry (Euterpe oleraceae), and the Chilean maqui berry (Aristotelia chilensis).

Given the wide consumption of berry fruits and their potential impact on human health and disease, conferences and symposia that target the latest scientific research (and, of equal importance, the dissemination of this information to the general public), on the chemistry and biological and physiological functions of these “superfoods” are necessary”

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Superfoods – Ongoing Research into Health Benefits

Pharmacy professor studies produce to benefit human health

10/03/08 – Navindra P. Seeram, an assistant professor in the University of Rhode Island’s pharmaceutical program, has been profoundly involved in his research of medicinal plants.

“Superfoods Help Heart Health: Cardiovascular Health,,” an article published in National Outlook in April of 2008, states, “a superfood is one that is rich in nutrients.” Such foods include, yet are not limited to, “exotic foods such as pomegranate, acai, goji, mangosteen, spirulina, blueberries, and cranberries.”

The online outline of the 2009 Berry Health Symposium, which will be held from June 22-23 in Monterey, Calif., further explains that “berries are increasingly viewed as having a profound impact against the diseases of aging, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and age related mental decline.”

Seeram will have the honor of being the chair for the session regarding Berry Compositional Chemistry & Biological/Health Effects.

At the convention held in Oregon in 2007, Seeram presented Berry Fruits for Cancer Prevention: Current Status & Future Prospects. The Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry states the intention of the 2007 symposium was to reinforce the positive effects eating berries can have in the prevention of diseases, examine the compositional elements and biochemical activities of berries and their relationship to a great number of observed health benefits.

“Because of [the] immobility [of these medicinal plants, they] have evolved over time to make vital nutrients and phytochemicals as a way to protect themselves,” Seeram said. “The fruits have some basic added bonuses, a triple whammy…of vitamins, folate, and good fiber. You’re getting this big whack of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory phytochemicals that can prevent the onset of diseases medicated by inflammation such as heart disease and cancer.”

According to the McGraw Hill Online Learning Center, a phytochemical is “a naturally occurring substance found in plant foods that may help prevent and treat chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease.”

Seeram has more than 15 years of experience researching phytochemicals.

The Clinical Pharmacognosy Series tells readers that Seeram is currently “researching in vitro and in vivo evolution of foods and dietary supplements for the prevention and treatment of chronic illnesses, such as cancer, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases.” As stated by the Phytochemical Glossary for Herbalists, “Pharmacognosy is the study of medicinal plants and their extracts, constituents, and phytochemistry.”

His most recent book, “Pomegranates: Ancient Roots to Modern Medicine,” was published in 2006. The online synopsis of the book, found at crcpress.com, says this book “offers an exploration of the biochemistry, health effects, and cultivation of the pomegranate that is as authoritative as it is unparalleled. Ecancerawareness.com defines polyphenol as “a substance with antioxidant activity that is found in many plants and gives some flowers, fruits, and vegetables their color.”

At URI, Seeram has overseen research projects such as that of URI student Caroline Killian. Killian and others conducted research pertaining to the effects Jamun Berries have on human breast cancer cells. The Rhode Island chapter of the Idea Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) annually sponsors the research of students interested in research fields around Rhode Island.

Beside Fogarty Hall is the Heber Youngken medicinal garden that is managed by both faculty and students. It is a great learning resource and each of the 40-65 plants located in it is labeled with a nametag and a short description of its medicinal properties.

“It was founded by Heber Youngken,” Seeram said. “[He] eventually recruited a small group of professors, including Professor Dave Rowley and Professor Yuzuru Shimizu, a Japanese professor who studies Red Tide Toxins.”

As a side note, his BPS 533 Medicinal Plants class syllabus states “pharmacies experienced an increase of 45 percent in sales of herbal supplements in the 1900s and it is estimated that almost 19 percent of persons using prescription medications also use herbal products.”

Before coming to URI this past January, Seeram was the assistant director at the UCLA Center for Human Nutrition. He attended the University of the West Indies for his doctorate in natural product chemistry and conducted postdoctoral research on potential health benefits of tart berries at Michigan State University He is the leading pomegranate researcher and has published more than 63 peer-reviewed scientific articles. Overall, Seeram said he is excited to be here and hopes to inspire students as he continues his research.

Link to original article:  http://media.www.ramcigar.com/media/storage/paper366/news/2008/10/03/News/Pharmacy.Professor.Studies.Produce.To.Benefit.Human.Health-3468712-page2.shtml


Maqui Berry In The News

Excerpt from recent news release by Maqui SuperberryTM Liquid Supplement manufacturer, Novelle International. (Annie Eng, founder of Novelle International, Inc.)

“Maqui Superberry is a quality product has clearly differentiated itself from the confusing pack of Goji, Pomegranate, Acai and Mangosteen products.”

“Novelle has research demonstrating that the Maqui berry is the new leader among the anti-oxidant super fruits. Its Maqui Superberry Liquid supplement delivers a full month’s supply in a 16 ounce bottle! One ounce has over a 4000 ORAC value as certified by Brunswick Laboratories. So one tablespoon per day provides 2000 in ORAC value. “Many people are diluting these products causing people to consume more supplement than recommended and a variety of side effects. Your average diet provides about 1500 in ORAC, so with one tablespoon of Maqui you enjoy 3500 slightly over the recommended daily allowance of 3000 in ORAC,” explained Eng.”

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Dr Ward Bond of Nutritional Living on Maqui Berry – Part 1

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Superfood Discovery From Patagonia

The History and Legends of the Maqui Berry

Maqui berry is a deeply purpled berry from the Patagonia region. It is a sacred plant to the Mapuche Indians, the indigenous inhabitants of Central and Southern Chile.

The Mapuche Indians is the only unconquered Native American Indians in the entire America continent. They have resisted the Inca and Spaniards’ attempt to conquer them. The warriors’ legendary strength and stamina are largely contributed by drinking a fermented maqui drinks several times daily.

Maqui is revered as a symbol of health, strength, and believed to have profound and mystical healing powers by the Mapuche Indians. Besides increasing warmth during the winter month and increase strength and stamina, maqui berries has been traditionally used by the Mapuche Indian for a variety of ailments such as sore throat, diarrhea, ulcers, hemorrhoids, birth delivery, fever, tumors and other ailments. The maqui leaves have been used to treat diabetes, exhibit anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antimicrobial effects.

Health Benefits of Maqui – Click the image

  • Highest Antioxidant value of any known Fruit
  • Contains high level of polyphenols and anthocyanins
  • Support Healthy Aging
  • Protect cells from oxidative stress
  • Neutralizes Free Radicals
  • Support Healthy Inflammatory Function
  • Support Healthy Immune System
  • Support Cardiovascular health
  • Excellent source of Vitamin C, Iron, and Potassium
  • Organic & Naturally Pure

Sustain the Earth & Plants

Organic certification projects are helping to prevent further deforestation and industrialization in native forests of the Mapuche Indians. Maqui berries are hand harvested by the native Mapuche families using environmentally friendly agro-forestry methods and plant sustaining practices.

Sustain the Mapuche Indians

A portion of proceeds is returned to the Mapuche Indians through products and services for healthcare and education for the Mapuche children. Assisting in bilingual education, software, supplies and technology to aid in the future of their children and helping to preserve their lifestyle by implementing a program to aid in the preservation of their natural forests.


Antioxidant Comparison – What Tops The Charts?

What Is The Highest Antioxidant Superfruit in the World? – Maqui Superberry

The patent pending Maqui SuperberryTM is jam-packed with antioxidant, delivers highest potency of anthocyanins and polyphenols to help prevent free radicals from doing their damage,2 and leading you to healthy living with the breakthrough antioxidants!

High ORAC value, Certified by Brunswick Laboratories

Brunswick Laboratory Test: Developed by USDA, ORAC test measures a food’s antioxidant ability to neutralize free radicals and potentially mitigate health imbalances.

Maqui SuperberryTM ‘s ORAC value is certified by Brunswick Laboratories, our guarantee that the product deliver consistent exceptional quality, high potency product each and every time.

Fruit and Powder

H-ORAC µmole TE/g

Juice

H-ORAC/Liter

Maqui SuperberryTM, Powder

2500

Maqui SuperberryTM Juice

120,000

Maqui Frozen, Fruit

276

Pomegranate Juice

25,000 §

Acai, Fruit & Skin Powder

997 a

Red Wine

25,700 §

Acai, Fruit

167

Blueberry Juice

20,600 §

Elderberry, Fruit

145 *

Acai Juice

19,500 §

Pomegranate, Fruit

105

Cranberry Juice

15,400 §

Blueberry, Fruit

65 *

Orange Juice

7,400 §

Blackberry, Fruit

52 *

Ice Green Tea

5,300 §

* Data obtained from USDA ORAC report Nov 2007
† Data value obtained from Independent Lab report from Brunswick Laboratories, MA
§ Data obtained from J Agric. Food Chem.,Vol 56, No 4, 2008
a Data obtained from J Agric. Food Chem.,Vol 54, No 22, 20
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Highest Anthocyanins & Polyphenols

200% to 300% The Anthocyanins & 130% The Polyphenols Compared to Red Wine

Anthocyanins and polyphenols are shown in scientific studies to be powerful antioxidants, benefiting the whole body by protecting the cells from free radicals, preventing oxidative stress, promoting healthy response to inflammation, and supporting bodily functions for optimal aging health.†

Polyphenols protect the plants from potentially harmful elements in our environment, like ultraviolet radiation and pests.  Emerging science further suggests fruits and vegetables that are high in polyphenols, may help protect our whole health just as they help protect plants.   Researchers now believe that it is the polyphenols that are present in red wine that maybe contributing to the French Paradox.  These phenols compounds inhibit the oxidation of LDL cholesterol and may contribute to good heart health.3

Maqui SuperberryTM has incredibly high levels of naturally occurring polyphenol antioxidants, and is truly the antioxidant superfruit for supporting optimal health.









* Data obtained from USDA ORAC report Nov 2007
† Data value obtained from Independent Lab report from Brunswick Laboratories, MA
§ Data obtained from J Agric. Food Chem.,Vol 54, No 22, 2006


Delivering More Polyphenols


† Data value obtained from Independent Lab report from Brunswick Laboratories, MA
* Data obtained from J Agric. Food Chem.,Vol 56, No 4, 2008