Finding fresh fruit goodness 'out of season'
So many favorite fruits have short growing seasons. Come September many of us long for the delicious fresh strawberries, blueberries, and cherries of summer. While tangerines, oranges, and pears are good healthy fall and winter fruit choices, they don't provide the same nutrients as fruits and berries with their deep red, purple and blue colors.
Plant compounds that prevent oxidation, or free radical damage, are called antioxidants and some of the most potent antioxidant sources are those red and purple fruits. Antioxidants help prevent disease, improve blood glucose levels, boost immunity, and slow aging. Cranberries, blueberries and exotic tropical fruits like acai and mangosteen, offer high antioxidant potency.
When you can't get the 'real' thing fresh, you can boost antioxidant health support by choosing potent real fruit concentrates, like Webber naturals Blueberry 36:1 Concentrate supplement. The “36:1” means that each gram of blueberry concentrates is equivalent to 36 grams of fresh blueberries! While a fruit concentrate supplement doesn't taste like blueberries, your body will appreciate the antioxidant support.