Are Superfoods Really Super?
What are Superfoods?
Superfoods are commonly known as nutrient powerhouses that pack large doses of antioxidants, polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals.
Kyäni Sunrise, is a an all-natural blend of the above superfoods, vitamins, and trace minerals. When taken in the morning, each 1 oz serving of Sunrise provides a rich blend of antioxidants that help defend against free radical damage throughout the day. The Wild Alaskan Blueberry, a potent antioxidant, is the premiere ingredient in Kyäni Sunrise.
Consuming these nutrient rich foods supports cellular health and immune system effectiveness while encouraging healthy digestion. According to Health.com, daily consumption of these superfoods may reduce the risk of chronic disease, prolong life and people who eat more of them are healthier and thinner than those who don’t.
Blueberries are Blueberries right?
Wrong. Not all blueberries are created equal. The Wild Alaskan Blueberry is often considered to be more potent than common blueberries. The harsh growing conditions and short growing season in Alaska cause these blueberries to be up to 5 times higher in antioxidant activity compared to standard blueberries grown anywhere else in the world.
In 2002 a study was conducted with volunteers who consumed small amounts of either traditional blueberries or wild Alaskan blueberries. It was found that the wild Alaskan blueberries increased oxygen radical absorption capacity (ORAC) by about 16% in 4 hours. What that means is due to the potency of the wild Alaskan blueberry, your defense against free radical damage is profound and long-lasting.
For a more in-depth analysis of Kyäni Sunrise and it’s suite of vitamins and nutrients, including the wild Alaskan blueberry, watch this interview with Dr. Thomas Burke.