Food as Medicine. Studies have repeatedly shown that nutrients work better when kept in their intact form. Vitamin C is a good example: synthetic ascorbic acid is less bioactive than vitamin C extracted from rose hips, and often requires lower doses to do the same job. However, extracting vitamin C from rose hips is quite expensive. Many manufacturers use the charade of putting a graphic image of rose hips on the label and advertising that their vitamin C formula is with rose hips, which can mean anything. We call this ‘pixie dust formulating’ –adding a minute amount of an ingredient so it can be mentioned in the ad copy. Our Proberry formulas give the straight truth: Its vitamin C content is derived from rose hips and other food sources. Big difference.
Creating a place where viruses cannot attach is key to sometimes preventing disease.
(Also comes in Proberry Caps, under supplements, and immune support)
The Elderberry in the Proberry product is effective for warding off the flu Virus.
Elderberry in particular is beneficial in preventing the spread of viral influenza, as it blocks neuramididase, the enzyme made by the flu virus that allows it to attach to the tissues of the nose and throat. This syrup is pleasant tasting and a hit with children.
These berry flavonoids are capable of increasing intracellular levels of vitamin C, maintaining capillary stability, quenching free radicals, maintaining the integrity of collagen, inactivating microbial enzymes and enhancing resistance to infection, and blocking microbial adhesion to cells. Blueberry is only one of three powerful ingredients in our exclusive ProBerry concentrate blend. Elderberries are a rich source of Antioxidants and are a great choice for immune support during the cold and flu season.
The syrup is pleasant tasting and a hit with children. Add a teaspoon to water, tea or juice during cold and flu season, and at any time the rest of the year for a potent and delicious healthy-aging, antioxidant tonic.