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Puredia SeaBerry® Vitamin Powder A

Puredia SeaBerry® Vitamin Powder A

Puredia SeaBerry® (Sea Buckthorn) Vitamin Powder is a highly concentrated fruit powder. 100g of Sea Buckthorn Vitamin powder equals 580g of fresh Sea buckthorn berries. It has a pleasant fruity aroma with a tart, lemony flavor reminiscent of passion fruit. This makes it the perfect ingredient in fruit-based drinks, smoothies, and food, as well as in tablets. This organic certified, water-soluble powder is easy to add to any current formula or new product. With multivitamins and 3 different groups of antioxidants, including B-carotene, SOD, and Flavonoids, this super powder will be a great choice for incorporating into your day-to-day diet.

Specification: Vitamin C 1,200mg/100g

With more than 190 bioactive substances, Sea buckthorn’s nutrients are easily absorbed and utilized by the human body, making it a great source for immune and antioxidant supports.

Puredia SeaBerry® Vitamin Powder B

While Sea Buckthorn berries can grow in many altitudes, those grown higher up possess more nutrients because the plant must be stronger to survive. This powder contains only Sea Buckthorn berries grown at the highest altitude of our organic farm for a world-class nutritional wallop.

Specification: Vitamin C 2,000mg/100g

With more than 190 bioactive substances, Sea buckthorn’s nutrients are easily absorbed and utilized by the human body, making it a great source for immune and antioxidant supports.

** Freeze dried powder is also available upon request

References:

1. Jie Zheng, H.K., Kaisa Linderborg, Baoru Yang, Sugars, sugar alcohols, fruit acids, and ascorbic acid in wild Chinese sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis) with special reference to influence of latitude and altitude. Food research international, 2011. 44: p. 2018-2026.
2. Wintergerst, E.S., S. Maggini, and D.H. Hornig, Immune-enhancing role of vitamin C and zinc and effect on clinical conditions. Ann Nutr Metab, 2006. 50(2): p. 85-94.

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