The Red

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NOV 2021 SALE
by MYRBERG red powder MYR50_01

$35.00 $31.50
80g



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If you need yet another reason to add some colours to your food, get your hands on The Red. In first blush, you may think strawberries or cherries but The Red brings you 100% pure berry powder from wild, hand-picked Nordic lingonberries, cranberries and red currants.

 The nutritional profile of a fruit is dependent on where it’s grown. Berries and plants grown wild in the untarnished Nordic forests have much higher levels of antioxidants and vitamins than their equivalent cultivated in milder climates.

Under the harsh winters and seasons of 24-hour sunlight, the extreme temperatures of the Nordic wild stimulate plants to build up the phytonutrients necessary for them to withstand and thrive amidst threats in their natural environment such as diseases and excessive sun. Fruits and berries grown in the Nordic wild therefore yield a much richer phytonutrient content than those grown elsewhere.

Lingonberry is native to the Scandinavia, with Sweden having the freshest of lingonberries. Like many berries, lingonberries are rich in phytonutrients, including anthocyanins and flavonoids which are powerful antioxidants and fight inflammation. Quercetin, another flavonoid, is abundantly present in lingonberries which not only enhances its abilities to fight free radicals and inflammation but supports a healthy heart.

Lingonberry also contains resveratrol, another disease-fighting antioxidant that may also support a healthy sugar level in your body. Additionally, a serving of lingonberries provides your body with vitamin E and C.

Redcurrants used in The Red are not from cultivated crops but are hand-picked from the Nordic wild. Redcurrants are a great source of antioxidants and vitamin C which protect the body from the effects of oxidative stress, combats free radical damage in our skin and supports collagen synthesis. Antioxidants also strengthen the immune system and help to ward off diseases.

Redcurrants are also a good source of potassium which supports a healthy heart, nerve and muscle functions.

Cranberries are called superberries for many reasons. A study found that out of 20 common fruits, cranberries have the highest level of phenols, which is a type of antioxidant that can help stave off diseases and inflammation. They’re also high in anthocyanins – compounds that give cranberries their dark red colour. Their rich antioxidants content not only support a robust immune system but fights inflammation, support eye, heart and gut health.

Just two teaspoons (10g) of The Red gives you the equivalent of 100g fresh berries.

Add one to two teaspoons (5-10 g) to smoothies, juices or water. Or try Red sprinkled over porridge, muesli or yoghurt.

 *If you’re pregnant or breast-feeding, or are taking any chronic medications, check with your pharmacist or doctor before taking any new food supplements.

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If you need yet another reason to add some colours to your food, get your hands on The Red. In first blush, you may think strawberries or cherries but The Red brings you 100% pure berry powder from wild, hand-picked Nordic lingonberries, cranberries and red currants.

 The nutritional profile of a fruit is dependent on where it’s grown. Berries and plants grown wild in the untarnished Nordic forests have much higher levels of antioxidants and vitamins than their equivalent cultivated in milder climates.

Under the harsh winters and seasons of 24-hour sunlight, the extreme temperatures of the Nordic wild stimulate plants to build up the phytonutrients necessary for them to withstand and thrive amidst threats in their natural environment such as diseases and excessive sun. Fruits and berries grown in the Nordic wild therefore yield a much richer phytonutrient content than those grown elsewhere.

Lingonberry is native to the Scandinavia, with Sweden having the freshest of lingonberries. Like many berries, lingonberries are rich in phytonutrients, including anthocyanins and flavonoids which are powerful antioxidants and fight inflammation. Quercetin, another flavonoid, is abundantly present in lingonberries which not only enhances its abilities to fight free radicals and inflammation but supports a healthy heart.

Lingonberry also contains resveratrol, another disease-fighting antioxidant that may also support a healthy sugar level in your body. Additionally, a serving of lingonberries provides your body with vitamin E and C.

Redcurrants used in The Red are not from cultivated crops but are hand-picked from the Nordic wild. Redcurrants are a great source of antioxidants and vitamin C which protect the body from the effects of oxidative stress, combats free radical damage in our skin and supports collagen synthesis. Antioxidants also strengthen the immune system and help to ward off diseases.

Redcurrants are also a good source of potassium which supports a healthy heart, nerve and muscle functions.

Cranberries are called superberries for many reasons. A study found that out of 20 common fruits, cranberries have the highest level of phenols, which is a type of antioxidant that can help stave off diseases and inflammation. They’re also high in anthocyanins – compounds that give cranberries their dark red colour. Their rich antioxidants content not only support a robust immune system but fights inflammation, support eye, heart and gut health.

Just two teaspoons (10g) of The Red gives you the equivalent of 100g fresh berries.

Add one to two teaspoons (5-10 g) to smoothies, juices or water. Or try Red sprinkled over porridge, muesli or yoghurt.

 *If you’re pregnant or breast-feeding, or are taking any chronic medications, check with your pharmacist or doctor before taking any new food supplements.

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