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Health & Nutritional Benefits of the Maqui Berry | NuVia3 | N3energy.com
Health & Nutritional Benefits of the Maqui Berry | NuVia3 | N3energy.com
Health & Nutritional Benefits of the Maqui Berry | NuVia3 | N3energy.com
Health & Nutritional Benefits of the Maqui Berry | NuVia3 | N3energy.com
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http://www.n3energy.com The Maqui Berry delivers many health and nutritional benefits.Maqui Berries have been traditionally used for a variety of ailments by the Mapuche Indians of Southern Chile. …

http://www.n3energy.com The Maqui Berry delivers many health and nutritional benefits.Maqui Berries have been traditionally used for a variety of ailments by the Mapuche Indians of Southern Chile.

This super berry holds the highest ORAC value of any known berry on the planet. It's high level content of polyphenols and anthocyanins contribute to its anti-inflammatory and healthy aging properties. Being a super antioxidant, the Maqui Berry helps fight free radicals, protect cells from oxidative stress, and supports cardiovascular health.

NuVia3 recognizes the incredible benefits of the Maqui Berry and is proud to feature it as a primary ingredient of their 100% natural energy shot, ShotWave Burst.

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  • 1. Maqui is a deeply purpled berry collected from the distant Patagonia region, that stretches from Southern Chile to Antarc- tica, one of the cleanest places on this planet. Maqui berries have been traditionally used by the Mapuche Indians for a variety of ailments such as sore throat, diarrhea, ulcers, hemorrhoids, birth delivery, fever, tumors and other ailments. The Mapuche Indian tribe is the only tribe in the American Continents that were not conquered by any European Countries. According to the Spanish history, the Mapuche warrior drank a fermented beverage made from maqui berry several times a day, which may have contributed to the extraordinary strength and stamina that the warriors exhibited. The maqui berry contains one of the highest ORAC values of any known berry. It also contains high level of polyphenols and anthocyanins. Antioxidants contain an extra oxygen molecule and are able to neutralize free oxide radicals before they do any harm. The human body produces natural antioxidants to combat oxidative stress, inflammation, and the cell damage that results. How- ever, the aging process, in addition to the various environmental and life-style stressors we face every day, create more free radicals than our bodies can naturally fight off. The Maqui Superberry is packed with powerful antioxidants, especially anthocyanins and polyphenols. ORAC: Developed by food nutrition researchers at Tufts University’s USDA sponsored Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging, the ORAC test measures a food’s antioxidant ability to neutralize free radicals and potentially mitigate health imbal- ances. Nutritionists recommend at least 3,000 ORAC per day. Most individuals get only 1,200 ORAC units or less per day through their diet. As we all know, there are a lot of confusion in terms of ORAC no. Below is a table that represent ORAC value per 100g serving (typically 1 fruit or 1 cup) for various fruits. In terms of berries, Maqui has one of the highest ORAC values compared to any other fruits & berries. Benefits of Maqui Berries: ORAC - H Value of Various Fruits per 100g Serving: Benefits of Maqui Berries: Anti-inflammatory Fight free radicals Cardiovascular Health Protect cells from oxidative stress Healthy aging Maquiberry Acai berry Pomegranate Cranberry Blueberry Blackberry Raspberry Strawberry Cherries Apple with skin Red Grape Banana 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 umole / 100g 27600 16700 10500 9382 6520 5245 4745 3541 3348 2568 1260 813
  • 2. Anthocyanins are produced by plants for self-protection against sun, irradiation, diseases, and biological enemies. Antho- cyanins are antioxidant flavonoids that protect many body systems and have some of the strongest physiological effects of any plant compounds. Anthocyanins were found in one study to have the strongest anti-oxidizing power of 150 flavonoids.1(Approximately 4,000 different flavonoids have been identified.). Anthocyanins in Maqui berry are truly unique as 80% of all anthocyanins in Maqui berry are delphinidin, which is the strongest among all anthocyanins compounds. Highest Delphinidin Anthocyanins Delfinidin-3-glucoarabinoside-5-glucoside Delfinidin 3,5-diglucoside Cyanidin-3-glucoarabinoside-5-glucoside Cyanidine 3,5-diglucoside Delfinidin 3-glucoarabinoside Delfinidin 5-glucoarabinoside Delfinidin 3-glucoside Cyanidin 3-glucoarabinoside Cyanidin 3-glucoside Helps neutralize enzymes that destroy connective tissue, prevents oxidants from damaging connective tissue, and repairs damaged proteins in blood-vessel walls. Helps lighten allergic reactions and increases capillary permeability. Helps promote cardiovascular health by preventing oxidation of low-density lipoproteins (LDL), and helps protect blood vessel walls from oxidative damage. Helps maintain small blood vessel integrity by stabilizing capillary walls. May improve eyesight's Support healthy blood sugar level Anthocyanins in Maqui Berry: Benefits of Anthocyanins: Maquiberry Juice Pomegranate Juice Red Wine Blueberry Juice Cranberry Juice Acai Juice Orange Juice Apple Juice DPPH (% Inhibited) ORAC-H (umole of TE/ml) FRAP (umole of FE/ml) TEAC (umole/ml) 207.7 50.1 35.2 20.6 19.2 18.3 12.7 11.8 133 25 25.7 20.6 15.4 19.5 7.4 4.8 55.0 8.1 4.3 4.2 2.7 3.8 1.5 1.2 127.8 41.6 18.7 15.0 10.4 12.8 4.2 3.6
  • 3. Red Wine Red Grape Fruit Strawberry Fruit Boysenberry Fruit Cherry Fruit Blackberry Fruit Cranberry Fruit Red Raspberry Fruit Black Raspberry Fruit Blueberry Fruit Bilberry Fruit Mangosteen Fruit & Pericarp Acai Sraydried Powder Maqui Superberry Fruit Liquid Maqui Superberry Fruit Powder 15 - 26 14 2600 3500 2100 - 4700 5100 5200 2700 - 5300 5000 - 16,400 3200 - 8700 8186 20,000 - 30,0000 18,400 - 31,000 60,000 - 80,000 50,000 - 90,000 ORAC hydro (umle / 100g) 24 - 35 30 - 750 - 160 350 - 400 82 - 325 50 - 80 213 - 428 400 25 - 495 300 - 648 195 319 800 - 2200 3500 - 5000 Anthocyanins (mg / 100g) 600 - 1600 - 1500 3000 1000 1300 1300 - 400 1500 - 4000 - 5000 6000 - 9000 Total Phenols (mg / 100g) Phenols are an antioxidant thought to be most active in fighting chronic diseases like cancer, strokes and heart disease, where they prevent the oxidation of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) that contribute to cardiovascular problems. The French have a diet very rich in cheese, sugar, coffee, nicotine, sugar and white flour. A high intake of saturated fat is normally associated with increased rates of heart disease. According to FAO data, the average French person consumed 108 grams per day of fat from animal sources in 2002 while the average American consumed only 72. The French eat four times as much butter, 60 percent more cheese and nearly three times as much pork. Although the French consume only slightly more total fat (171 g/d vs. 157), they consume much more saturated fat because Americans consume a much larger propor- tion of fat in the form of vegetable oil. However, according to data from the British Heart foundation, in 1999, rates of death from coronary heart disease among males aged 35–74 years was 230 per 100,000 people in the US but only 83 per 100,000 in France. Phenols The French Paradox and Anti-oxidants
  • 4. This discrepancy is labeled the French Paradox. It has been suggested that France's high red wine consumption is a primary factor in the trend. It is believed that one of the ingredients in red wine potentially related to this effect is resveratrol. Resveratrol is a compound found largely in the skins of red grapes. Within the plant, its highest concentration is in the skin. Resveratrol is a phytoalexin, a class of antibiotic compounds that are naturally produced as a part of a plant's defense system against disease. With the extreme weather and high sun irradiation, Central & Southern Chile has the perfect weather for growing berries with high resveratrol level. Researchers now believe they have the reason for the "French Paradox" - anthocyanins! The French drink a significant amount of red wine, and the anthocyanins in red wine is what is believed to be responsible for the very low incidence of heart disease. Although research continues on resveratrol, the concentration in wine seems too low to account for the French Paradox. Professor Roger Corder and team have identified a particular group of polyphenols, known as oligomeric procyanidins, which they believe offer the greatest degree of protection to human blood-vessel cells. Unlike resveratrol, procyanidins are present in wine in quantities that seem to be high enough to be significant: "Procyanidins are the most abundant flavonoid polyphenols in red wine - up to one gram per litre is found in some traditional style red wines. While red wine has a good quantity of anthocyanins, Maqui Superberry has over 30 to 60 times the anthocyanins as red wine. New data has focused attention upon components of red wine such as phenols and anthocyanins. These phenols com- pounds inhibit the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, inhibit the formation of blood clots. Furthermore, the anthocyanins in red wine are also protective. Maquiberry Juice Pomegranate Juice Red Wine Blueberry Juice Acai Juice Cranberry Juice Orange Juice Apple Juice Phenols (mg/ml) 8.36 3.8 3.5 2.3 2.1 1.7 0.7 0.4 Phenols
  • 5. Total RadicalTrapping Potential (TRAP) measures the amount of free radicals that can be trapped and therefore represent the total antioxidant present. Total Antioxidant Reactivity (TAR) indicates the capacity to decrease steady state of free radical concentration. Total phenols positively correlate to TRAP and TAR. According to research published in the Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry,Maqui berry contains much higher polyphenols content and scored better for TRAP and TAR when compared to red wine, black- berry, strawberry, blueberry, cranberry, and raspberry. Total Radical Trapping Potential (TRAP) Total Antioxidant Reactivity (TAR) *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.* 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 20 40 60 80 TRAP(mM) Cranberry Fruit Raspberry Fruit Blueberry Fruit Strawberry Fruit Blackberry Fruit Maqui Concentrated Powder Red Wine TRAP Value of Various Berries Phenois (mM) 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 0 20 40 60 80 TRAP(mM) Cranberry Fruit Raspberry Fruit Blueberry Fruit Strawberry Fruit Blackberry Fruit Maqui Concentrated Powder Red Wine TAR Value of Various Berries Phenois (mM)

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