Supercharge Your Vitality With The Natural Benefits Of New Zealand Blackcurrants
Supporting Brain Function, Complexion, Eye Sight, Muscle Performance and Women’s Health
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New Zealand Blackcurrants: best berry for life
What Makes NZ Blackcurrants One Of The World's Most Sought After SUPERFOOD?
High In Antioxidants
Blackcurrants are well known for their high levels of vitamin C, but they also contain a range of other important antioxidants, including vitamins A and E.
In fact, NZ blackcurrants score over 50% higher than blueberries in ORAC testing (the most recognized antioxidant testing method).
Blackcurrants are shown to increase circulation due to their vasodilation properties (ability to widen the blood vessels).
This makes them useful in treating hypertension and improving blood flow to the brain and increasing sports performance.
Blackcurrants help promote better sleep due to their high magnesium content.
Magnesium is a mineral that improves the duration, quality and tranquility of sleep. Blackcurrants also help regulate the metabolism, and so assist in the treatment of sleep disorders.
Not only do blackcurrants have a low glycemic index, they also increase the metabolism and help turn fat into energy.
This is useful not only for weight loss, but also to increase sports performance and recovery. (Many professional athletes now swear by blackcurrants ability to give them the edge.)
Supports Brain Function
Blackcurrants have a range of nutrients to your brain in several ways. These include antioxidants and vasodilators, essential fatty acids, B vitamins and anthocyanin.
Together they help increase focus, improve memory, reduce brain fog and help protect against the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease.
Blackcurrants are rich in anthocyanin, which has been shown to help promote certain gut bacteria essential to digestive health.
New Zealand Grown
New Zealand’s South Island has optimal conditions for Blackcurrant growing. Cold winter temperatures and strong sunlight with high UV levels enable the cultivation of blackcurrants with the highest Vitamin C and anthocyanin levels in the world.