C Berry Blast - Superfoods for kids
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The easiest, yummiest way to boost kids' intracellular wellbeing!
A naturally sweet powder great to mix into smoothies, make into ice blocks or swirl into creamy stuff like yoghurt or ice cream. It's packed with the antioxidants and phytonutrients of 15 super foods and brimming with vitamin C!
Kids don't care that the delicious, tangy taste comes from all-natural, vitamin C-rich foods like Kakadu Plum and Camu Camu - 2 of the world's most potent sources of vitamin c.But parents do! And kids don't care that it's sweetened only with pure, organic, antioxidant-rich berries and fruit. But parents do!
Kids just love it - cause it's yummy!
C BERRY BLAST = Immune boosting Antioxidants
C Berry Blast was design to give kids a concentrated high antioxidant blend of 6 super fruits fortified with 4 wild harvested plants world renowned for their high natural Vitamin C content. Ingredients include freeze dried Mango, Acai Berry, Blue Berry, Raspberry, Black Berry, Goji Berry and Cranberry. Vitamin C ingredients are Seabuckthorn, Rosehips, CamuCamu, and Kakadu Plum.
C-Berry Blast ideal in juice, on yogurt, on cereals, in milk, on ice cream, or straight out of the tub!
1 teaspoon of C-Berry Blast is roughly the same as 40-50 grams of fresh super fruit Berries!
So why do we need super food powders?
Our soils today are over harvested and have little or no nutrients left in the soil. Nutrients are vital to keep our immune system healthy, and our immune system is what fights of disease, it is that simple!
The Drying Process
All our super foods used for our formulas are either freeze dried or refractance dried. Freeze dried method is where the produce which has been gently pulped without damaging the cell walls, then placed in holding chambers. Negative 40 degrees air is then pumped into the chamber and the vapour is vacuumed out - this extracts the water content which leaves the dried produce. The nutrient content varies from season to season but generally retains around 70% of the nutrients. The refractance method is where the produce is pulped again then laid onto large pads. Gently moving underneath the pulped produce is water at around 80 degrees, which gently evaporates the water out of the produce - leaving a dried product. The nutrient levels retained are around 65% -80%. These 2 methods of drying are the BEST WAY to retain a high nutrient content in the produce.