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This legendary berry from high atop towering palm trees in the Amazon Rain Forest has recently gained fame in the Western World.

The varying colors of Grapes bring a spectrum of antioxidant protective power to this versatile fruit.
Purple grapes contain Resveratrol, the potent antioxidant found in red wine and other grape products and making headlines around the world. In addition to resveratrol and saponins, grapes contain yet another compound called pterostilbene (pronounced TARE-oh-STILL-bean), a powerful antioxidant.

In addition to being a tasty nutritional food, grapes can provide wonderful therapeutic benefits. Grapes are rich in phosphorus, potassium, vitamin A and C. They contain polyphenol. Grapes provide a source of carbohydrate with added benefit of being sodium free. Grapes are fat-, sodium-, and cholesterol-free, and are a good source of vitamin C. Grapes also contain phytonutrients  About 85 calories are in 1 1/2 cups.

Once reserved as a food to be served only to the wealthy and to Chinese nobles, Nashi pears have been grown, cultivated, and eaten for centuries.
Little is known about their origin... it's estimated that they began appearing at least 3,000 years ago in China.
Nashi pears are a great source of dietary fiber, and they're also very high in potassium and other essential minerals.

Acerola thrives in the sandy soils of tropical lands. It is a powerful antioxidant, rich in vitamins and minerals. More than 150 nutritive constituents have been identified in Acerola.

Pears have been revered throughout time. Their cultivation has been traced back 3000 years in western Asia, and some speculate pears might have been discovered by people in the Stone Age. They were an exotic food item in the court of Louis XIV and were called the "gift of the gods" by Homer in his epic, The Odyssey.
Pears are packed with flavor, fiber, potassium, polyphenols, Vitamin C and copper. Levulose, the sweetest of all known natural sugars is more prevalent in pears than any other fruit. They are nutrient dense, having more nutrients per calorie than calories per nutrient.

ARONIA (Black Chokeberry)
Aronia juice contains very high levels of anthocyanins and flavonoids.

Cranberries are rich in many phytonutrients and proanthocyanidins (PAC's).

Passion fruit is rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber, including: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and sulphur and B Vitamins.

Bananas are a common supermarket fruit and often taken for granted -- few realize the health benefits bananas bring to them.
Bananas are the ONLY fruit that comes not from trees or bushes but from large plants that are giant herbs and are related to the lily and orchid family.
Bananas are rich in fiber, magnesium and Vitamin B6 and are particularly famous for potassium.

Apricots provide a rich assortment of antioxidants and are abundant with soluble fiber, beta-carotene, magnesium, iron, phosphorous, potassium and Vitamin C.

Prunes are dried plums, rich in minerals and phenols, plus have an extremely high ORAC value. The drying process actually increases antioxidant powers by more than six times!

Kiwi fruit contains abundant phytonutrients plus numerous vitamins and minerals.

Blueberries are an antioxidant powerhouse.

The Bilberry is a close relative of blueberries.

The Camu Camu berry is the planet's richest source of natural Vitamin C.

For thousands of years in China, the Wolfberry has been known as "the herb of longevity." It provides a powerful combination of antioxidants and polysaccharides.

What a great fruit! :)

The Lychee is native to the warmer forests of Southern China and probably Vietnam.
It has been cultivated in China for well over a thousand years, and would no doubt have been a keenly sought after forest fruit in subtropical Sino-Vietnamese Asia.

Esterified Fatty Acids & Glucosamine - Mona Vie Active
Glucosamine restores flexibility and is the natural building block of healthy cartilage. By thus helping the body repair previous damage, the way is paved for the Forgotten Fruits of Mona Vie to deliver maximum results and help people again live joyous, active lives. Mona Vie Active is not recommended for pregnant women and children under 12 years.

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