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Take a moment and picture yourself fighting the ravages of age, remaining youthful in appearance and vigorous in form. You have a healthier, stronger body, with stronger immunity. Medical science now believes that this level of health is directly related to antioxidants in our diet.

THE AGING CULPRIT - Free radicals are to blame for much of our aging woes. Free radicals are unstable molecules in your body with an unpaired electron that collide with other molecules, starting a chain reaction and seriously damaging your DNA and cells, leading to the aging process and many other health problems.

Normally, our body produces natural antioxidant enzymes to help fight them off. However, the aging process, our toxic environmental, poor diets, and our stressful life-style, all contribute more toxins (free radicals) than our bodies can naturally fight off. Emerging science strongly suggests high levels of free radical damage are linked to many health problems beyond aging, including degenerative diseases, cancers, allergic disorders, and even ALS.

THE AMAZING ANSWER - Anti-oxidants are free radical scavengers. Anti-oxidants work by donating an electron and binding with the free radicals before they can do their damage. They are the key to restoring youth and vitality.

Science has been recognzing the most important sources of antioxidants in recent times, and at the top of the list is the highly-touted resveratrol, found in red wine, in many of the so-called 'super fruits,' and in Chinese medicines for heart health.

Resveratrol grapesResveratrol is a naturally occurring phytoalexin produced by some higher plants in response to injury or fungal infection. Resveratrol made headlines in November 2006 when scientists demonstrated that it kept overfed mice from gaining weight, turning them into the equivalent of marathoners, and seemed to significantly slow down their aging process. In a widely publicized report, researchers at Harvard Medical School and BIOMOL Research Laboratories demonstrated that resveratrol activates a “longevity gene” in yeast that extends life span by 70%.

"The effects of Resveratrol could arguably be the biggest medical discovery since antibiotics!"

Superfruits'Super-fruits', is the nickname for fruits that contain diverse bio-active compounds providing remarkable broad-spectrum protection against many health problems, and are clinically shown to help prevent disease and significantly boost healthy function in many areas.

After considerable research in the synergy of these ingredients, 4 Organics has combined the highest purity of 99.7% trans-resveratrol with the massive antioxidant ORAC power of the most significant of the 'super-fruits' like acai berry, pomegranate, noni, maqui, camu camu, borojo, and aronia.

The result is a truly singular health-boosting, youth-restoring super supplement we call RESVERAYOUTH. It is almost literally a fountain of youth in a bottle, and may help you live healthier for longer.

Here's the big deal ...

In tests, scientists found that anthocyanin extracts were even more beneficial than the whole raw berry. Tests on mice showed extracts prevented obesity and abnormal blood-fat levels with higher efficacy, and, interestingly, that each berry had its own unique range of benefits.

It's worth repeating: the dried extract form of these berry fruits delivers more nutrient value than the raw form!

Bottom line: these fruits have enormous supplemental value. But because getting the requisite range of them in the raw form is almost impossible (either not available locally or prohibitively expensive), supplements are the only realistic option.

It's just a matter of picking the right supplement.

RESVERAYOUTH is the organic "pick of the crop."

How does ResveraYouth anti-oxidant nutritional complex work?

Research shows that resveratrol, the 'super fruits', berries and other such dark-pigment foods, improve and regulate gene health, signaling compounds, enzymes, metabolic functioning, and other vital pathways, and reduce oxidative stress. There is no better food for protecting against environmental damage and wear to keep you young inside and out.

These antioxidant powerhouses have been shown (J Agric Food Chem 2008) to:

1. Enhance glucose metabolims and reduce absorbtion.
2. Reduce formation and enhance clearance of amyloid protein (cause of Alzheimers.)
3. Improve blood-lipid profiles and improve cholestrol
4. Strong antiviral, antibacterial, and antiparasitic activity.
5. Inhibit DNA damage.
6. Reduce inflammation.
7. Boost Nitric Oxide
8. Metabolize carcinogens

You will not find a more potent source of vital nutrients for broad health benefits. The problem is that it is unrealistic to expect to buy all these fruits and add them to a regular diet. So we bring the highest ORAC rated fruits to you in RESVERAYOUTH.

In the battle against oxidative stress, this supplement is the big gun.

So what's in this remarkable health supplement?

Resveratrol Red GrapesResveratrol:

It is impossible to watch TV or read a newspaper without hearing about the remarkable benefits of resveratrol. Touted by people like Oprah and Dr Oz, and seen all over the news, resveratrol has many positive beneficial effects on cellular health, and thus on aging. Studies have demonstrated that resveratrol is a potent antioxidant, has the ability to inhibit platelet aggregation (sticking together) and has anti-inflammatory, anti-aging and anti-cancer characteristics.

These characteristics may help prevent free radical damage (oxidative stress) to our body and provide protective support to the blood vessels caused particularly by elevated levels of blood glucose, as well as oxidative fat. Resveratrol research has uncovered a diverse range of activities that may make resveratrol one of the most useful agents ever discovered for a wide range of human health problems.

Recent studies indicate that resveratrol can both prevent damage to our cells and also repair damage already done. Resveratrol is the first natural medicinal to have solid evidence behind it showing that it blocks or stops many stages of cancer. Resveratrol not only prevents cancer, it’s being proposed as an additional treatment.

"In a widely publicized report, researchers at Harvard Medical School and BIOMOL Research Laboratories have demonstrated that resveratrol activates a “longevity gene” in yeast that extends life span by 70%. The effects mimic those of calorie restriction, the only proven way of extending maximum life span. Resveratrol activates one of the same “sirtuin (SIR)” genes as calorie restriction. Although the research has only been done in yeast, flies and worms so far, humans have their own version of the same life span-extending gene".

However, though resveratrol is a most highly-touted longevity compound, it alone will not address all the concerns of cellular health (there are various sources and types of free radical damage.) In a recent study (Free Radical Research), resveratrol was put to the test against vitamin E and a synthetic antioxidant. All three proved to be effective at scavenging artery-damaging radicals, but resveratrol emerged as the best defense against certain types of radicals. Researchers in Denmark recently looked at 25,000 people to find out what drinking alcohol does to mortality and discovered that red wine drinkers slash their overall risk of dying from any cause by about 40%. [Gronback, M. et al.]

This points out the importance of using a multi-prong approach to antioxidants. So we brought in the super fruit big guns.


Acai BerryAcai Berry:

  • The Acai fruit is one of the most nutritious and powerful foods in the world. - Dr. Perricone, MD, respected dermatologist featured on the Oprah show.

Harvested naturally from the depths of the Brazilian rainforest by people who have been using it for thousands of years, the acai berry has the second highest ORAC values ever reported for a fruit or vegetable. (Schauss et al.- Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.) Acai is considered close to natures perfect food.

Scientists have touted the remarkable health benefits of the acai berry, and it was recently featured on the OPRAH program as being "one of the most nutritious and powerful foods in the world" for age-defying beauty. It contains the most complete array of Vitamins such as B1 (Thiamin), B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (Niacin), Vitamin E, Vitamin C; Minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, potassium and iron; it also contains essential fatty acids such as Omega 6 and Omega 9 (linoleic and oleic acids) plus all the essentials amino acids.

Acai has a protein profile similar to eggs, a monounsaturated fat nearly identical to olive oil, with 20 phytonutrients and a blood-sugar-friendly glycemic index. In a 2011 pilot study, acai consumption (pulp) rduced levels of selected markers of metabolic disease in 10 obese humans and reduced fasting glucose and insulin and the increase in plasma gucose following meals (Nutr J. 2011 May 12.) It is a major cardiovascular protector, and has been shown in animal studies to induce long-lasting arterial wall relaxation, reducing both total and non-HDL cholestrol (de Souza, MO, Silva M - Nutrition 2000.)


MaquiMaqui Berry:

Another south american berry, Maqui has the highest ORAC score of any known fruit on earth. It also has the highest concentration of anthocyanins and polyphenols. This little deep purple berry from Chile (traditionally used by the Mapuche Indians for supporting stamina, increasing strength, and promoting healthy immune response) has set the health industry alight. It has taken first place on the superfruits list from acai with 4-10 times the ORAC value, and even been popularized by Rachel Ray. This amazing fruit could help strengthen your immune system, help promote healthy aging, serve as an anti-cancer and a natural COX-2-inhibitor, is a powerful anti-inflammatory, and is a great source of vitamin a, c, calcium, potassium, and iron.

New research links bodily inflammation to overexpression of a protein molecule called nuclear factor-kappa B (NF-kappaB). NF-kappaB acts like a switch to turn on genes that produce the body's inflammatory responses. Because NF-kappaB's expression increases in aging adults and excess inflammation plays a role in many long-term health problems, scientists continue to seek ways to modulate NF-kappaB and its effects in the body. Maqui naturally helps maintain healthy inflammatory response by naturally inhibits the NF-kappaB activation.

Studies suggest that by inhibiting NF-kappaB, an enzyme known as cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) can be reduced. COX-2 inhibition may serve an important function in promoting healthy joint function, normal cell growth in the colon, pancreas breast tissue, and other organ systems, and is truly the antioxidant superfruit for supporting optimal health.


Pomegranate:Pomegranate

This well known fruit has an abundance of antioxidants and phytochemicals as well anthocyanins (anti-inflammatory, cancer-fighting), catechins (anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory) and ellagic acid (cancer-fighting). Pomegranate raises the antioxidant capacity of the blood before free radicals have a chance to attack your cells and DNA. One study found that pomegranate improved blood flow to the heart in people with coronary heart disease, reducing arterial plaque, lowering cholestrol, and improving blood-lipid profiles (Nutrition 2008, Jul-Aug.).

Other studies suggest that pomegranate juice might help prevent osteoporosis, atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), even clearing clogged arteries, slow the immune cells’ absorption of unhealthy LDL cholesterol, and possibly decrease risk of Alzheimer’s disease (by reducing build-up of harmful proteins called beta-amyloid deposits that cause brain cellular damage.) Furthermore, there is evidence to suggest that pomegranate supports the skin's underlying structure and reduces the production of collagen-degrading enzymes, leading to healthier, younger-looking skin (J Ethnopharmacol 2006, Feb.)


Camu CamuCamu Camu:

Camu Camu (Myrciaria dubia) is a bush which grows in the Amazonian rain forest of Peru. The camu camu bush produces a fruit with the same name which contains powerful phytochemicals with many health benefits, including the amino acids serine, valine, and leucine, and more Vitamin C than any other known plant in the world (30 times more than an orange.) The Camu Camu fruit has a surprising range of therapeutic effects. It may help to strengthen the immune system, maintain healthy gums, eyes and skin. In his Clinicians Handbook of Natural Healing, (1998), leading nutritionist Gary Null lists Camu Camu as the number two most effective natural fruit for health promoting properties.

Dr. James Duke, former chief botanist for the USDA, considers Camu Camu to be the top herb for asthma. In fact, he compared hundreds of botanicals and camu camu was ranked #1 in effectiveness for asthma, atherosclerosis, cataracts, colds, gingivitis, glaucoma, hepatitis, infertility, migraines, osteoarthritis, pain, and Parkinson’s. It was also ranked #2 for depression, #4 as an antioxidant, and #6 as an antiviral. It also contains amino acids, terpines, fiber, beta-carotene, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, and many other beneficial substances.


AroniaAronia:

The chokeberries (Aronia) are species of deciduous shrubs in the family Rosaceae, native to eastern North America. Aronia melanocarpa (black chokeberry) has attracted scientific interest due to its deep purple, almost black pigmentation that arises from dense contents of phenolic phytochemicals, especially anthocyanins. Total anthocyanin content in chokeberries is 1480 mg per 100 g of fresh berries, and proanthocyanidin concentration is 664 mg per 100 g, among the highest measured in plants to date.

Researchers have uncovered a wealth of evidence that suggest that consuming Aronia is very beneficial to the body. Some of their findings:

- Aids digestion, helping to more completely metabolize foods
- Functions as an anti-inflammatory
- Fights bacteria and viruses – good to take for colds and flu
- Fights heart disease and strengthens cardiovascular system
- Reduces severity of Type II Diabetes
- Helps prevent high blood pressure
- Helps to maintain good cholesterol levels
- Maintains a health urinary tract
- Has been proven to suppress the growth of some types of cancer cells
- Strengthens the memory

(Exp Toxicol Pathol. 2005, Apr.)


NoniHawaiian Noni:

A 2011 research article in the journal "Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine," found Noni to be high in the phytonutrients: saponins, triterpenes, steroids, flavonoids and cardiac glycosides. Noni contains many healthful substances, including potassium. Some of these substances might help repair damaged cells in the body, activate the immune system, and have other beneficial activities.

It is most typically used for:

        • Digestion problems.
        • Stomach ulcers.
        • Heart trouble.
        • High blood pressure.
        • Infections.
        • Migraine.
        • Stroke.
        • Pain.
        • Reducing signs of aging.

BorojoBorojo:

Borojo, native to the Amazon, is a superfruit that strengthens the immune system, maintains blood-sugar equilibrium, reduces hypertension and also helps the metabolism and immunological system regenerate cells. It is high in protein and an excellent source of vitamin B, promoting healthy skin and muscles, enhanced immunity and nervous system, and counteracts stress, depression and heart disease. Its high phosphorous content is great to maintain strong teeth and bones. It is also higher in amino acids than three times its weight in red meat!

Borojo is particularly well-known to help treat bronchial issues. It is also said to stabilize blood sugar levels, control arterial hypertension and relieve menstrual discomfort. In Columbia, the University of Santiago of Cali carried out research in which they discovered Borojo contains a substance called "sesquiterpelantond," which they claim inhibits cell growth in harmful tumors and shows promise for treating cancer.


Berries and cherriesBerries, Berries, Cherries :

Rounding out the mix are the more commonly known fruits -- Raspberry, Blueberry, Goji berry, Elderberry, Wild Black Cherry, and Grape Skin Extract. Cherries, berries, and grapes contain phytochemicals and flavonoids, all rich, excellent sources of antioxidants, including anthocyanins, quercetin, and vitamin C. Anthocyanins give berries their vibrant color, reduce inflammation, and may help prevent and manage arthritis. Anthocyanins work together with quercetin to help slow age-related memory-loss. Quercetin can also decrease the inflammatory effects of chemicals in the joints for people with conditions like rheumatoid arthritis. Vitamin C is largely responsible for the health of collagen, which helps maintain cartilage stores and aids in joint flexibility. Eating berries will contribute to radiant skin and healthy hair, and may reduce the risk of arthritis, cataracts, and macular degeneration.



These superfruits, simply exploding with youth-restoring, life-improving health benefits, combine to virtually create a 'fountain of youth' in a bottle.

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