How to compensate for the declining nutrients in fruits and veggies
Fruits and vegetables are not nearly as rich in nutrients as they used to be. Fortunately, there is a super herb that can give us the bioflavonoids we need.
Fruits and vegetables have been man’s main source of bioflavonoids - powerful antioxidants that give them their vibrant colors. They are also incredibly healthy for humans with their anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, and anti-oxidant powers. As the saying goes, the more colorful, the healthier! Bioflavonoids help us minimize the effects of aging and the risk of cognitive decline and heart disease. They boost our immunity and help our bodies function optimally.
While produce – on the surface – has become even more aesthetically appealing than ever, nutritional value of our fruits and vegetables has plummeted thanks to degrading soil quality and the introduction of pesticides and GMO. Consider the following - an orange 100 years ago was 17 times richer in Vitamin C than it is today.
In order to preserve our youthfulness and vibrancy and optimize our strength and body functions for as long as possible, we’re going to need some help.
According to the NIH (National Institutes of Health) and the National Center for Biotechnology Information, these super herbs are the top flavonoid-rich foods on the planet:
- Rosa Damascena (Bulgarian Rose)
- Ginkgo Biloba
- Solidago virgaurea
- Camellia sinensis
As the super herb highest in bioflavonoids, the Bulgarian Rose is an obvious, delicious, and multi-faceted solution, especially in its traditional, artisanal cultivation. It has been ingested for centuries by those seeking its positive bodily effects, and has superseded millions of species in the plant kingdom for its health benefits.
While the Bulgarian Rose has been so coveted, finding an organic, ingestible, rich in rose essential oil product is challenging. To address this challenge, Pure Rose developed Rose Nectar, a delicious functional beverage packed with flavonoids and therapeutic compounds to bolster our daily diet.
In its soothing, tasty and convenient form, Pure Rose Nectar captures the full gamut of the Bulgarian Rose’s benefits. It can be easily ingested in teas, lattes, smoothies and desserts, with just a tablespoon or two a day.
Rosa Damascena is not only naturally abundant in flavonoids, but it also offers a wide spectrum of beneficial vitamins, minerals, tannins, and fatty acids. Thus, the Bulgarian Rose is studied as, and regarded as, a super herb and not a flower! Excelling as an anti-inflammatory, delaying the onset and effects of Alzheimer's, dementia, depression, cardiovascular disease, skin and body aging, the Bulgarian Rose embodies perfectly what bioflavonoids do for our health.
Lastly, the Bulgarian Rose also overcomes perhaps the only other concern some of us may have about fruits - sugar. Unlike fruits, Pure Rose Nectar has zero sugar content. Rosa Damascena is not only the plant highest in bioflavonoids, it might also turn out to be the healthiest.
To health and high vibrations!
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2. What is a GMO? NON-GMO Project.
3. Top Foods High in Flavonoids. NOURISH by WebMD.