Thursday, July 19, 2012

Superberries review & giveaway


The Aroniaberry, also known as the Choke-berry is a powerful antioxidant with many health benefits. Science has shown that some of the components in the Aroniaberry have
  • Inhibit abnormal cell growth
  • Have an anti-mutagen effect on cells
  • Improve function of the circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems
  • Prevent gastric damage
  • Protect heart cells from cell membrane damage and DNA fragmentation
  • Reduce inflammation in the eyes
  • Protect the liver from chemical damage
  • Enhance overall wellness

The Aroniaberry chews are fantastic! They are very flavorful and all natural. I love when I can give my kids healthy gummy treats that are going to taste good and help with their immunities. They are eating a vitamin rich snack and don't even know it! I love that each serving is only 100 calories and made with organic sweeteners. You can even purchase them in individual serving packs so that you can maintain your health without eating them in one sitting! They really are that good. 

 

Superberries Story  

"The Superberries® story began in the mid 90s, when Kenny Sailors learned of the amazing health and wellness benefits of the aroniaberry, nature’s healer and protector. Excited by his discovery of this little known superfruit, Kenny devoted himself to learning all he could about this powerful berry. Before long, he was planting aroniaberry bushes, and dedicating most of his time to growing and maintaining them."

Berry Comparison Chart

 ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity, a method of measuring the overall antioxidant power of foods and supplements.

All natural flavors and colors
Gluten, wheat and dairy free
Fat free
100 calories per serving
Taste is out of this world!

Visit Superberries online at http://superberries.com
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14 comments:

  1. I learned that they have higher antioxadent levels than blueberries and you can buy the in juice, gummys or frozen form.

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  2. I can't wait to try these...I liked learning they were used by Native Americans.

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  3. That they can help lower glucose levels.

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  4. They also sell Aroniaberry Juice Concentrate

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  5. The aroniaberry was highly valued and utilized by Native Americans, who considered the berry to be an essential part of their daily health needs.

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  6. The Native Americans considered aroniaberries to be a daily part of their health routine!

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  7. aroniaberry (chokeberry) bushes once thrived throughout much of North America

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  8. Aroniaberries have higher antioxidant levels than other berries

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  9. I learned that the Governors of Declare May as Aroniaberry Month - - Paul T/Pauline T aka Paul Tran..... emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

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  10. chokeberries disappeared in the US

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  11. i learned that in june Superberries, a local company featuring products made from the aroniaberry, will be mingling with Super Stars at the MTV Movie Awards.

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  12. I learned that aroniaberries are also known as chokeberries (which I have heard of). I'd wondered where they came from.

    I also looked around to try and find out what they taste like. I didn't see a direct comparison with any other flavors, but did find that the website says they are tart. I wonder if they're like cranberries.

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