Loaded Berries

Small, tasty and packed with vitamins, minerals and nutrients vital to a healthy diet, berries really are an easy way to incorporate rich goodness into your life. Find out the key offerings each berry provides, then spruce up your treatment menu by adding in your own personalized berry mix.


  • Boosts energy levels
  • Provides vital vitamins, minerals and fiber
  • Powerful free radical fighter
  • Strengthens immune system and slows down aging
  • Promotes healthier and younger-looking skin
  • Normalizes and regulates cholesterol levels
  • Helps maintain healthy heart function and improves circulation
  • Minimizes inflammation1


  • Rich in vitamins and nutrients
  • Contains strong antioxidants, which fight free radicals
  • Aids in internal health functions
  • Offers anti-aging benefits
  • Helps relieve skin conditions such as eczema
  • Speeds healing time and reduces scarring in wounds and burns2


  • Contains proanthocyanidins, potent antioxidants that appear to be able to decrease bacterial adherence to the bladder cells
  • Aids in the reduction of dental plaque
  • Contains antioxidants that exhibit anti-carcinogenic and anti-cancer activity
  • Inhibits oxidation, helping to prevent heart disease
  • Contains quinic acid, which may prevent the development of kidney stones3


  • Contains strong antioxidants to slow the aging process and target free radicals
  • Contains healthy vitamins and nutrients
  • Helps to increases energy and strength
  • Supports cardiovascular health
  • Provides immune support4


  • Contains a range of nutrients, including vitamin C
  • Offers significant levels of phytonutrients and antioxidants, which fight free radicals
  • Provides vitamin K and manganese, as well as folic acid, potassium, riboflavin, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, copper, magnesium, and omega-3 fatty acids6


  • Significant source of ellagic acid, a phenolic compound with anti-carcinogenic properties
  • Contains anthocyanins, powerful antioxidants that retard the effects of aging, prevent cancer and may reduce the risk of heart disease
  • A source of quercetin, a flavonol and antioxidant with anti-carcinogenic properties
  • Reduces the release of histamines, which may minimize allergic reactions5


1. www.acai.vg

2. www.skininc.com/treatments/wellness/nutrition/15104326.html

3. www.nutrasanus.com/cranberry.html

4. www.goji-berries.com

5. www.bremnerfoods.com/healthbenefits/raspberry.php

6. chetday.com/benefitofstrawberry.htm

(All accessed Jul 7, 2008)

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