Polyphenol-C®: The Premium Vitamin-C for Today
Non-GMO Vitamin-C w/Berry Polyphenols
Vitamin-C (non-GMO, IP Certified)
VinCare® Whole Grape Extract (whole fruit of Vitis vinifera),
Blueberry Extract (whole fruit of Vaccinium myrtillus),
Cranberex® Cranberry Extract (whole fruit of Vaccinium macrocarpon),
Blackberry Concentrate (whole fruit of Rubus laciniatus, armeniacus, ursinus, & fruticosus),
Raspberry Concentrate (whole fruit of Rubus idaeus and/or Rubus stringosus),
Strawberry Concentrate (whole fruit of Fragaria virginiana)
Each gram of Polyphenol-C® contains: 600mg of Non-GMO Vitamin-C and 100mg of Berry Polyphenols.
Nature delivers vitamin-C to us in the colorful packages of fruits and berries. The deep purples, blues and reds of these fruits comprise their polyphenol components: anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, bioflavonoids and others.
These compounds enhance the role of vitamin-C, and are the most abundant source of antioxidants in our diets. Anthocyanins are the primary active forms found in fresh berries such as blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and strawberries. These compounds also play important roles as immune enhancers, antiinflammatory activity, cardiovascular support and many other health functions [1,2,3,].
Polyphenol-C® is the result of years of work by ENI into the sources and analysis of polyphenols. This includes a key clinical study on VinCare® (patented whole grape extract) published in The Journal of Functional Foods  that demonstrated its beneficial role in improved antioxidant staus and cardiovascular support. VinCare® is a principal source of polyphenols in Polyphenol-C®.
Polyphenol-C® also contains Cranberex®, a highly concentrated cranberry extract containing cranberry’s unique A-Type proanthocyanidins (PAC’s) . Cranberex® has been the subject of two successful studies at Rutgers University.
Today, and into the future, people are looking for premium immune and health support products that bring them the full spectrum of nature. Polyphenol-C® developed over years of developing and testing unique ingredient sources provides just that.
Polyphenol-C® is now available in powder, or manufactured into vegetable capsules. Please call us for complete specifications.
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