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Fruits and berries offer tremendous health enhancing qualities and contain hundreds of naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, essential fatty acids, fiber & phytonutrients. The 4 “Super Fruits” contained in Chews-4-Health are considered by many experts to be the most nutrient rich fruits the world has to offer. Our carefully selected super-fruit complex gives you the power of all 4 in one supplement.
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It’s hard to ignore all the positive publicity Goji berries have been receiving in the media. These include: The Today Show, LA Times, Time Magazine, Harper’s Bizaar, CNN, ABC, Larry King, Oprah and many more. Even world renowned “celebrity dermatologist”, Dr. Howard Murad, recommends Goji in his latest book, The Cellulite Solution.

What exactly are Goji berries?
Goji are delicious, bright red berries native to the Orient. They grow on a vine that reaches up to 20 feet high. When ripe, the berries are collected by shaking the vines over special mats where they are untouched and left to dry under the Himalayan sun. It is vital that the berries are never touched by the human hands when they are fresh, otherwise they will oxidize, causing them to turn black and become unusable.

There are many health benefits attributed to the Goji berry and most of these have been linked to its very high antioxidant properties. To compare the antioxidant values of various foods and nutrients, scientists developed a unit of measuring called the ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbing Capacity.) The higher the ORAC rating of a substance, the more free-radicals it can destroy. Free Radicals are one of the leading causes of premature aging. According to Agricultural Research Service, USDA (Tufts University in Boston), the recommended amount of antioxidants a person should consume daily should be a minimum of 5000-7000 ORAC units. Dried Goji berries contain an astounding 22,000 ORAC units per 100 grams!!

These healthy berries also contain powerful polysaccharides which have anti-aging properties as well as improved learning, memory abilities and remarkable immune system enhancing capabilities.* This could explain why the Goji berries may contribute to living a longer and healthier life.*

Goji berries have 18 amino acids (including 8 essential amino acids). Essential amino acids are ones that the body cannot produce and must come from the food we eat. Goji berries also contain trace minerals and protein. There is more beta carotene in Goji berries than in carrots and they contain MORE VITAMIN C THAN ORANGES! They are also a rich source of naturally occurring B1, B2, B6, vitamin E, essential fatty acids and polysaccharides.


Research on Goji in the scientific community has shown remarkable evidence of health benefits. After reviewing the many dozens of studies, you will see for yourself why this berry is considered by many physicians, scientists and scholars to be the most health benefiting fruit on the planet.

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To review research on Goji, go to:

* Click Here then type in lycium barbarum, the Latin name for the Goji berry.
* Click Here then type in lycium barbarum in the search section.

WARNING: Not all Goji is the same!

Some manufacturers use artificial heat and sulfur dioxide to retard the fermentation process. These procedures diminish nutritional potency of the berries. Chews-4-Health contains Goji berries that are naturally processed, verified and tested to contain no sulfur dioxide. Our “A” rated manufacturing plant guarantees high quality, 100% pure Goji.
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The mangosteen fruit is about the size of a tangerine. It has a smooth, dark purple rind encasing a snow-white fruit. Limited to tropical zones with abundant rainfall, the mangosteen tree takes 10 years to mature and bear fruit. Fully mature trees can be up to 80 feet tall, and may produce thousands of individual fruits each year. Mangosteen has been used for thousands of years throughout Asia for its health enhancing properties. When Queen Victoria tasted this imported delicacy in the mid-1800s, she promptly declared it her favorite fruit. Since then it’s been commonly referred to as, “Queen of Fruits.”
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Centuries later, science has finally corroborated what folklore medicine has known for centuries: Mangosteen works! The key ingredient of the mangosteen fruit is called xanthones, a natural chemical substance that has recently won high praise from numerous scientists and researchers. What’s remarkable is that the mangosteen—not just the inner flesh, but the whole fruit—represents the single greatest known supply of these tremendously beneficial xanthones.

Despite the fact that mangosteen has only recently been discovered in the West, there have already been literally hundreds of research papers and third party studies conducted on mangosteen and xanthones throughout the world. Positive articles are being published across the country in scientific journals including:

* Biochemical Pharmacology
* Free Radical Research
* Journal of Pharmacology
* Journal of Enzyme Inhibitors
* Planta Medica
* Journal of Natural Products

Mangosteen in the News

Mangosteen was featured in Sports Illustrated on January 15th, 2007. In an interview with Drew Brees the Quarterback for the New Orleans Saints. Drew stated that he takes mangosteen every night at 9 pm!
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The New York Times did a feature on the Mangosteen fruit on September 24, 2003 called,"Forbidden Fruit: Something About a Mangosteen"
By R.W. Apple Jr.

You can read a copy of this article by clicking here.
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July 2003. Gourmet Magazine called Mangosteen “The finest fruit in the world! Unbearably exquisite, a sweet tart medley of elegance and opulence with echoes of savory fruit”.

You can read a copy of this article by clicking here.
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Açaí berries (pronounced ah-SAH’-ee) are produced by a palm tree common in floodplain areas of the Amazon River. These dark purple berries, a little smaller than a blueberry, contain a thin layer of edible pulp surrounding a large seed.

One of the main plant chemicals getting a lot of attention in acai, is a compound called anthocyanin, a group of flavonoids. A very well known antioxidant, anthocyanin-rich fruits have been shown to have anti-aging properties, help increase energy and aid in many skin conditions*.
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Açaí contains naturally occurring, plant based vitamin B, vitamin E, minerals such as iron and calcium, fiber and protein. Açaí berries contain naturally occurring amino acids, essential fatty acids (Omega 3, 6, and 9), and has an extremely high amount of antioxidants compared to other fruits. Acai even has more antioxidants than raw spinach, and 10 to 30 times more anthocyanins than red wine.

Acai berries also contain beneficial Phytosterols. These are natural plant based chemicals that have been shown to offer immune system benefits.*
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Noni fruit (morinda citrifolia ) comes from the mulberry plant grown on the South Sea Islands of Tahiti and Hawaii. Noni has been used in folk remedies by Polynesians for over 2000 years and is reported to have a broad range of health benefits. Noni (which means “longevity”) is a sacred fruit known as a balancing agent which helps stabilize and enhance the health of the body.

The Noni plant, considered vital to ancient settlers, was one of the four basic plants they brought with them in canoes when they colonized new islands. Today, millions across the world are discovering the health balancing properties of this once hidden island secret. Even the National Library of Medicine lists 26 articles about Noni (morinda citrifolia.)

One of the most important components of the noni fruit is proxeronine, a natural ingredient, which is a building block essential to human cell growth*. Human cells require xeronine to function properly*

ACAI In The News

Oprah Winfrey Show 11/10/04

“It may seem odd to start this list of superfoods with one you’ve likely never even heard of. But studies have shown that this little berry is one of the most nutritious and powerful foods in the world! Açaí (ah-sigh-ee) is the high-energy berry of a special Amazon palm tree."

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People Magazine 1/30/06

"The latest look-better, live-longer superfood? It's the acai fruit. It's what Denise Richards swears by; what Kelly Slater downs before surfing competitions, and what Dr. Nicholas Perricone uses in his anti-aging potions. It's acai, a multipurpose megabooster berry that Hollywood has been hooked on."

Good Morning America

"Acai contains a concentration of antioxidants, to help combat premature aging, with 10-30 times the anthocyanins (antioxidants) of red wine. Acai has an almost-perfect essential amino acid complex in conjunction with valuable trace minerals vital to proper muscle contraction and regeneration*."

The New York Times August 4, 2004

"Rich in antioxidants and amino acids, Acai is thought to be one of the most nutritional fruits of the Amazon basin."

Dr. Perricone, in his bestseller - "The Perricone Promise" picks Acai fruit as the #1 Super Food in the world. He calls the acai berry the most perfect food on the planet to look and feel younger, enjoy revitalized health and decelerate the aging process.* The Acai fruit has been featured on Oprah, in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. Amazingly, the little Acai berry - about the size of a blueberry - is being called the miracle berry.
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