Elevated superoxide has been linked to heart disease, cancer, arthritis, asthma and many other serious conditions.
If free radicals remain unchecked, they can attack DNA, the blueprint used to create each new cell in the body. If not repaired, damaged DNA copies itself to new cells created. In this manner, each new cell is damaged, and mutation can occur.
A number of studies show that wolfberry is protective against DNA breakage and mutations. Additionally, ellagic acid, found in blueberries, raspberries, and pomegranates (all juice ingredients in NingXia Red) has been found to "protect DNA against injury."
In a landmark pre-clinical study published in the peer-reviewed Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association, researchers determined that wolfberry juice and NingXia Red have immune-boosting benefits.
In an animal study done at a hospital in Beijing in 2002, the wolfberry was found to stimulate interleukin-2 and gamma interferon, two anti-inflammatory substances important in supporting a healthy immune system.
Protecting and Supporting the Pancreas and Liver
Protecting the pancreas and liver has an effect on digestion, blood sugar, toxicity, and male and female health hormones.
Supporting Eye Health
One of the carotenoids found in the wolfberry in higher than normal amounts is called zeaxanthin. There are some forty clinical studies showing it is a powerful eye protectant.
NingXia Red: The World's Most Powerful Antioxidant Juice
NingXia Red has benefits that may be life changing in their scope. No other juice we are aware of has such comprehensive, powerful, free-radical fighting abilities.
The other juice ingredients found in NingXia Red, in addition to heart and DNA health benefits, provide synergistic antioxidant benefits that, when combined with wolfberry juice, produce a product we are proud to claim as "The World's Most Powerful Antioxidant Juice."
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2. Aviram M. et al., "Pomegranate juice consumption reduces oxidative stress, atherogenic modifications to LDL, and platelet aggregation: studies in humans and in atherosclerotic apolipoprotein E-deficient mice." Amer J Clin Nutr. 2000. 71(5):1062-1076.