Nutraceuticals by HealthCoach - Antioxidant Berries

A nutraceutical is a food or unaltered food derivative (such as a fruit extract or plant oil) that aside from nutritional value, also provides therapeutic value to human physiology. This term was coined by American physician, Stephen DeFelice, in an attempt to describe foods that are both nutritionally and pharmaceutically functional. Unfortunately, we currently live in a time that is saturated with nutrient-deprived foods and metabolic disease. Preventable conditions, such as obesity and certain cardiovascular diseases, are becoming some of the top killers in our nation. It has become critical, now more than ever, to identify nutraceutical foods that can be used to fight these diseases as well as nourish our bodies back to a healthy homeostasis.

Our nutrient-dense products, Nutraceuticals Super Greens and Nutraceuticals Antioxidant Berries, will arm your physiology with the compounds it needs to take back control of your health. We created these products by meticulously researching and selecting some of the world’s most powerful foods, and packing them into BPA-free glass jars. Every ingredient in our products is supported with evidence-based peer-reviewed research – so you know you are receiving only the best. The same high standards that guided our ingredient selection process also guided our manufacturing process. Our products contain no GMO’s, no gluten, no dairy, no soy, no sulfites, no added sugars, no preservatives, no artificial flavors, are radiation free, no heavy metals, no microbes, and are certified USDA organic by Baystate Organic Certifiers. We obtained certificates of analysis to ensure that all of the regulatory standards were met.

Antioxidant Berries

Our Antioxidant Berries Nutraceuticals supplement contains some world’s most nutritious and therapeutic berries. Berries are commonly known to be great sources of antioxidants. So what happens when you meticulously research, select, and combine some of the best berries in the world into one product? You get an EXCEPTIONAL source of antioxidants. This is exactly what you will receive in each daily scoop of our product, Antioxidant Berries Nutraceuticals. If you are interested in learning more about the scientifically documented benefits of each one of the constituents of our Antioxidant Berries product, we encourage you to read the information we provided about each ingredient.

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Antioxidant Berries Compounds

pea protein, goji berry, acai, camu camu berry, Chia Seeds, Flax seed, mangosteen,
maqui, acerola cherry, beet root, blue berry, ginger root

Pea protein

Peas (Pisum sativum) are a healthy source of carbohydrates, dietary fibers, protein, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. Not only are they a nutritious food crop, but they are also a very sustainable crop.

Goji Berry

The goji berry, also known as the wolfberry, grows on the Asia-native Lycium barbarum and Lycium chinense. Goji berries are members of the “superfruit” family for their nutritional value and more importantly, their health benefits.


The native Brazilian acai palm tree produces one of the most popular “superfoods”, the acai berry. Although the acai berry became increasingly popular in recent years.

Camu camu Berry

Camu camu (Myrciaria dubia) is a small Amazonian berry that has earned the label of “superfruit” for its powerful antioxidant properties.

Chia Seeds

The seeds of the chia plant (Salvia hispanica) contain a high concentration of essential fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6), essential amino acids, proteins, dietary fibers, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants (flavonoids), and bioactive compounds.

Flax seeds

Flax (Linum usitassimum) is a herbaceous plant that produces nutrient dense seeds with several nutraceutical properties. Although native to India, flaxseed has become so popular that they are now cultivated in over 50 countries


Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) is a tree native to the tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia, including Thailand, Malaysia, and the Philippines.


The maqui berry (Aristotelia chilensis) is an exotic purple berry native to Chile in South America. Analytical studies have demonstrated that the maqui berry is a profoundly rich source of phenolic compounds.

Acerola Cherry

Acerola cherry is the most common nickname for the small cherry like fruit of Malpighia glabra and Malpighia emarginata. The fruit is natively grown in central and south America.

Beet Root

Red beets, or beetroot, is a root vegetable that is known scientifically as Beta vulgaris rubra. They are a rich source of dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals.Although they have great nutritional value, beets have become very popular.


The blueberry (Vaccinium) is a popular fruit that is cultivated and enjoyed worldwide. People are not only enjoying blueberries for their sweet taste, but they are also enjoying the amazing health benefits the fruit provides.

Ginger Root

Ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) has been used as a culinary spice and as medicine for thousands of years. The use of ginger in medicinal remedies can actually be found in some of the earliest records of traditional Chinese medicine.