Blueberry and Grape: Blueberries and grapes are some of nature's richest sources of antioxidants. Research has shown that just 100 grams of blueberries could deliver the equivalent antioxidant capacity of five servings of fruits and vegetables. One cup of blueberries has antioxidant activity comparable to three cups of orange segments or five cups of chopped spinach. On top of that, blueberry contains resveratrol, a potent antioxidant about 20–50 times more effective than vitamin C. Resveratrol also works in synergy with vitamin C, enhancing each other's effects. Grape seed has antioxidants that can be easily absorbed by the human body, and have 20–50 times more antioxidant activity than other antioxidants. Moreover, grape seeds are capable of reducing DNA damage, thereby protecting cells and delaying signs of aging.
Ginseng, Cactus and Cactus Fruit: Research has shown that antioxidants found in ginseng help protect against oxidative stress caused by environmental aggressors, as well as improve blood circulation. Cactus and cactus fruit promote cell repair and renewal, speed up wound healing, reduce inflammation, and improve the appearance of scars.
Rose and Seaweed: Research has revealed that rose contains up to 50 times the amount of antioxidants found in lemons; this enhances the body's ability to produce collagen. Similarly, seaweed promotes collagen synthesis, cellular turnover and skin detoxification, showcasing its potent capability in delaying signs of aging.
Cherry and Yellow Peach: Cherry, loaded with iron and vitamins, aids in moisturizing the skin and nourishing blood for a rosy complexion. Yellow peach, packed with a variety of antioxidants and trace elements like selenium and zinc, helps to combat free radicals and delay signs of aging; its rich fiber content also boosts metabolism.