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The Power of AntioxidantsFight Free Radicals One Scoop At A Time With GG30 Cherry Pineapple!
Antioxidants are one of the body's chief defenses against cellular damage and the many health problems that can result from it. By bonding with and neutralizing free radicals (highly reactive by-products that result when oxygen interacts with certain types of molecules), they help to stave off molecular chain reactions that can weaken cells, kill them, or affect their DNA.
We can control the levels of free radicals we are exposed to by avoiding smoking, harmful chemicals, and other environmental hazards like UV radiation and pollution. But we cannot completely escape either free radicals or their effects.
Yet we can keep the free radicals in check by maintaining an antioxidant-rich diet to help reduce the risk of age-related degenerative conditions, boost heart health, the immune system, and stave off diseases like cancer. Antioxidants can also improve cognitive acuity, promote healthy skin, and help us look and feel younger.
High ORAC Value in Every Scoop of GG30 Cherry PineappleYou might be wondering what an ORAC value is and why it matters. Here's a little info to clear things up. Antioxidant levels in foods are measured by a test called ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity). It's a test that quantifies a food's "total antioxidant capacity" (TAC). Scientists have found that antioxidants increase our bodies' natural defense systems. The higher the ORAC, the higher the antioxidant activity and one serving of GG30 Cherry Pineapple comes in more than 5x higher on the scale than 1 cup of blueberries!
Another REASON To Love GG30 Cherry Pineapple
One way that antioxidants can be beneficial to the gut, is through protecting the lining of the gut. The cells lining the gut, called epithelial cells, have a tough job: they have to let the good stuff (like nutrients) into your bloodstream, but keep out everything that doesn’t belong (whether it’s actively bad stuff like dangerous bacteria or just food that hasn’t been digested yet).
Some evidence suggests that antioxidants can help protect the cells lining in the gut in ways that might be particularly important for people with inflammatory gut conditions or serious infections. For example, in humans, H. pylori infection can cause the cells of the gut lining to die more quickly, but antioxidants help protect against this.
ANTIOXIDANTS AND THE GUT FLORA
The gut flora, aka the gut microbiome, gut biome, or gut microbiota, refers to the collection of friendly bacteria that live in your gut. This review goes over the evidence that dietary polyphenols (one specific type of antioxidant, found mostly in plants) have beneficial effects on the gut flora:
- Polyphenol antioxidants can encourage helpful bacteria to grow.
- Polyphenol antioxidants can also discourage dangerous bacteria. Unfortunately, your gut also plays host to bacteria that can be dangerous.
Fights Harmful Free Radicals
Protects Against Oxidative Stress
Protects Gastric Tract from Irritation
Promotes Helpful Bacteria Growth
GG30 is a Whole Food derived powder that helps people reach the optimal daily intake of vegetables, fruits, vitamins, and minerals. With the depletion of our soils' nutrients from modern farming practices, it has become more difficult to optimize our nutrition through diet alone. We've formulated with that in mind.
• Organic Vitamins & Minerals
• Essential Micro Minerals
• Plant Derived Trace Minerals
• Omega 3 Fatty Acids
• Super Fruits & Vegetables
• Prebiotic Oligosaccharides
• Mushroom Blend
• Adaptogenic Herbs
• Spirulina & Chlorella
• Red, Yellow & Black Maca
• Pea & Brown Rice Protein
Adults need at least nine servings of fruit and veggies per day. Only an estimated 1 in 10 meet that goal. That's Where GG30 Comes In.
What are trace minerals and what are their significance?
Trace minerals are elements that are vital for optimum health of the body and are only needed in quantities of micrograms(mcg) instead of milligrams(mg). For example, chromium is a trace mineral that regulates blood sugar which is especially beneficial for diabetics and those who are insulin resistant.
The trace minerals Copper and Iron support the building of red blood cells and transportation of oxygen to the tissues of the body from the respiratory organs, known as Hemoglobin.
Selenium and molybdenum, support normal growth of the body and more. Also, the trace minerals, zinc, iodine, and potassium provide wound healing, muscle contraction, and thyroid support. The heart is dependent on potassium for every heartbeat. Potassium also prevents fluid retention in the tissues, which is often manifested as swelling in the feet and ankles.
Manganese is a brain and nerve mineral. Poor memory may be an indication of manganese deficiency or out of balance in the body. Manganese acts upon the linings of the brain and cranium, nerve conduction, and tubular walls of the nerves and nerve trunks. It gives us strong nerves, coordinates our thoughts, and quick recuperative abilities. Manganese is called the “love” element because signs of deficiency are vindictiveness, and meanness. In the absence of manganese, an animal loses the maternal desire to nurse its young. Manganese influences the body in much the same way as does iron, performing similar functions. Hence, iron-rich foods are also good sources of manganese. Almonds, beans, celery, raw egg yolk, steel-cut oats, and pineapple are a few of the foods containing manganese.