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  • Supports overall health
  • Provides antioxidants and phytonutrients that promote overall good health
  • Supports cardiovascular health
    • Supports healthy platelet activity, supporting normal blood flow through blood vessels
    • Helps maintain normal cholesterol levels
    • May help to promote normal blood pressure
  • A source of amino acids and healthy phytonutrients
  • Free radical scavenger
  • May help to maintain C-reactive protein levels
  • May help maintain healthy levels of serotonin, improving mood
  • Helps maintain healthy mucous membranes, supporting health digestive and respiratory tracts
  • Helps maintain intestinal health
  • Promotes healthy cells
  • Helps maintain normal blood sugar levels
  • Helps keep the body hydrated

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Frusanté

When you nourish your heart, you power your body. With each heartbeat, blood is sent throughout our bodies, carrying oxygen and nutrients to all of our cells. Our heart is our lifeline, which is why we need to do everything we can to help it and protect it.

Frusanté’s ingredient blends – a three-tea combination of white, green and black teas, and three-fruit fusion of sea buckthorn, morigna and chokeberry – provides you a depth of cardiovascular health support. It helps keeps your heart healthy by supporting normal blood flow, helping maintain normal cholesterol levels and normal blood pressure.

All of this helps your heart continue to do what it does best – pump and deliver the crucial essentials your body needs to remain healthy.

Frusanté is also a great source of amino acids, antioxidants and phytonutrients that supports overall health by helping improve mood, support the health of your digestive, intestinal and respiratory tracts, and more. Plus, Frusanté helps keep you hydrated with a bold, refreshing taste that is sure to please.

Good health can taste great. Experience Frusanté – bold flavor, refreshing results.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Ingredients

Sea Buckthorn
A medium-sized thorny shrub indigenous to Asian and European countries, sea buckthorn’s leaves, flowers, seeds and fruits have been used to support health for centuries.

Sea buckthorn fruit (berries) are a rich source of nutrients and phytochemicals. They contain high amounts of vitamin C, as well as other vitamins such as A, thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), pyridoxine (B6), and E (tocopherols). They also contain healthy carotenoids and flavonoids, including beta-carotene, gamma-carotene, lycopene, zeaxanthin and quercetin. Additionally the berries are rich in oleic acid (omega 9), palmitoleic acid (omega 7), palmitic and linoleic acid (omega 6), and linolenic acid (omega 3). Omega 7, which is found in only one other plant source - the macadamia nut - is a principle constituent of the mucus membranes in the lungs and gastrointestinal tract, as well as all cells, especially those of the skin.

Sea buckthorn has been shown to have powerful antioxidant activity believed to be attributable to its high flavonoid and vitamin C content. Additionally, sea buckthorn has been shown to support the maintenance of normal cholesterol levels. Though the exact mechanisms through which sea buckthorn works are not known, it is believed that much of its benefit is derived from its ability to control free radical production and damage, as well as provide healthy fatty acids that are known to support and improve various health aspects.

Custom Tea Blend (Green Tea, Black Tea, White Tea)
Second only to water as the world’s most consumed beverage, tea has been studied and repeatedly proven to be beneficial for human health. This custom tea blend provides three different teas – green, black and white – that originate from Camellia sinensis.

These tea variations are defined by how each are processed. Black tea is produced by permitting enzymatic oxidation of the fresh leaf and this oxidation is responsible for the characteristic strong flavor and color of black tea. Unlike the processing of black tea, the oxidation process of green tea is halted by the application of heat, and this accounts for the higher polyphenol content found in green tea. White tea is produced without any enzymatic oxidation or processing, and contains buds and leaves, whereas the other teas are mainly leaves. Each of the teas in this custom blend provides a far-reaching antioxidant effect due to their polyphenol content. The antioxidant nature of tea has contributed to the promotion of its effects on cardiovascular and cellular health.

Moringa oliefera
Native to India, Moringa has a rich history of traditional use. Moringa’s nutritional components and therapeutic value are responsible for the plant being referred to as “The Miracle Tree” or “Tree of Life.” The leaves, fruits and flowers are rich sources of vitamins A and C, beta-carotene, calcium, iron, potassium, protein, and essential amino acids, making it a very nutritive ingredient. The leaves are also rich in antioxidant compounds, such as quercetin, which can help scavenge free radicals and prevent oxidative damage. The phytosterols found in Moringa help it support maintaining normal cholesterol levels and blood sugar levels, and the promotion of cellular health.

Chokeberry

Also known as Aronia melanocarpa, chokeberry is native to North America and Canada. The active constituents in these berries are actually a mixture of procyanidins, anythocyanins and phenolic acids, all widely known as powerful antioxidants. In comparison with cranberry, chokeberry contains more than five times the amount of flavonoids and anthocyanins. It is these compounds that are responsible for chokeberry’s effects on neutralizing free radicals and reducing oxidative damage.

Chokeberries are also known for their supreme ORAC (oxygen radical absorbance capacity) value, being one of the highest values ever recorded. Their strong antioxidant protection is also correlated to supporting the maintenance of normal blood pressure levels and blood sugar levels.

Coconut Water
Southeast Asian countries have long used coconuts for their husk, meaty interior and milk. Ongoing research has found that the water from the coconut is also very high in potassium and magnesium content, thus being a great provider of electrolytes and helping with rehydrating the body.

Science

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  • Leenen R, Roodenburg AJ, Tijburg LB, et al. A single dose of tea with or without milk increases plasma antioxidant activity in humans. Eur J Clin Nutr. 54:87-92, 2000.
  • Hodgson JM, Puddey IB, Croft KD, et al. Acute effects of ingestion of black and green tea on lipoprotein oxidation. Am J Clin Nutr. 71:1103-7, 2000.
  • Leung LK, Su Y, Chen R, et al. Theaflavins in black tea and catechins in green tea are equally effective antioxidants. J Nutr. 131:2248-51, 2001.
  • Cheng, J., et al.  Inhibitory effects of total flavones of Hippophae rhamnoides L. on thrombosis in mouse femoral artery and in vitro platelet aggregation. Life Sciences.  72(20): 2263-2271, 2003.
  • Eccleston, C., et al. Effects of an antioxidant-rich juice (sea buckthorn) on risk factors for coronary heart disease in humans. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry. 13(6): 346-354, 2002.
  • Johansson, A., et al.  Sea buckthorn berry oil inhibits platelet aggregation. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry.  11:491-495, 2000.
  • Wang, J., et al. Hypolipidaemic and hypoglycaemic effects of total flavonoids from seed residues of Hippophae rhamnoides L. in mice fed a high-fat diet. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 91: 1446–1451, 2011.
  • Zeb, A. Important therapeutic uses of sea buckthorn (Hippophae): a review.  Journal of Biological Sciences. 4(5): 687-693, 2004.
  • Zhong, J.  Study on the hypolipidemic effect and antioxidant activity of sea buckthorn marc flavonoids.  Advanced Materials Research.  345:292-296, 2011.
  • Kokotkiewicz A et al. Aronia Plants: A review of traditional use, biological activities and perspectives for modern medicine. Journal of Medicinal Food. 13: 255-69, 2010.
  • Anwar F, Latif S, Ashraf M, Gilani AH. Moringa oleifera: a food plant with multiple medicinal uses. Phytother Res. 21(1):17-25, 2007. Review.
  • Karim AA, Azlan A. Fruit pod extracts as a source of nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals. Molecules. 17(10):11931-46, 2012.
  • Geleijnse JM, Launer LJ, Hofman A, et al. Tea flavonoids may protect against atherosclerosis: the Rotterdam Study. Arch Intern Med. 159:2170-4, 1999.
  • Leung LK, Su Y, Chen R, et al. Theaflavins in black tea and catechins in green tea are equally effective antioxidants. J Nutr. 131:2248-51, 2001.
  • Maron DJ, Lu GP, Cai NS, et al. Cholesterol-lowering effect of a theaflavin-enriched green tea extract: a randomized controlled trial. Arch Intern Med. 163:1448-53, 2003.
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  • Yang, B., et al. Effects of oral supplementation and topical application of supercritical CO2 extracted sea buckthorn oil on skin ageing of female subjects. Journal of Applied Cosmetology.  27: 1-13, 2009. 
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FAQ

Who should take Frusanté?
Frusanté is an excellent product for any adult looking to support their cardiovascular health and, in turn, their general well-being, with natural ingredients. In addition, those who already use tea-based products will find the bold, refreshing taste welcoming, while also providing all of the health benefits from its three-fruit and three-tea blends.

How do you take Frusant
é?
Frusanté can be taken one to three times daily, 1 oz. per serving. You should shake well before serving and keep Frusanté refrigerated after opening.

Can I mix Frusant
é with Isotonix products?
No, Isotonix products must only be mixed with the suggested amounts of water to ensure they are isotonic-capable. Mixing with anything other than water is not advised.

How much Frusant
é can I drink in one day?
The suggested serving for Frusanté is 1 fl. oz., one to three times per day.

What are polyphenols, and why are they important for good health?

Polyphenols are abundant micronutrients in our diet, and have been widely researched for their potential benefits for cardiovascular health, their antioxidant capabilities and their potential for scavaging free radicals. Fruit and beverages, such as tea and red wine, constitute the main sources of polyphenols. The health effects of polyphenols depend on both their respective intakes and their bioavailability.

How does each of the different types of teas in Frusant
é help promote overall good health?
The custom blend of black, white and green teas in Frusanté provides a far-reaching antioxidant effect due to their polyphenol content, helping promote cardiovascular and cellular health.

While black tea may not contain as many polyphenols as green and white, they contain theaflavins and tannins, both which contribute to its antioxidant effects.

Green tea has long been studied for its powerful antioxidant properties. It has also been reported to support cardiovascular health by helping to maintain normal cholesterol. Green tea supports normal blood pressure and blood flow. The catechins in green tea have also been correlated with providing positive effects on mood.

White tea contains the same compounds as green and black, so many of the health effects are the same. These polyphenols in white tea help maintain cholesterol levels and normal blood pressure. By providing such a prominent antioxidant effect, supplementation with a tea blend can benefit overall human health.

What is sea buckthorn?
Sea buckthorn is a small orange fruit grown in the Himalayas. For over 1,000 years, these berries have been used all over the world for their potential benefits, including supporting cardiovascular and intestinal health. When harvested, the berries are pressed and separated into three layers, each being used for specific purposes. The top two layers contain healthy fat used in creams and lotions, while the bottom layer is mostly liquid, and contains ample amounts of vitamin E and omega 3, 6, 7 and 9 fatty acids.

The first of its kind to combine a three-tea blend with a three-fruit fusion, Frusanté helps your heart continue to do what it does best - deliver the crucial essentials your body needs to remain healthy. An excellent source of amino acids, antioxidants and phytonutrients, Frusanté supports overall health by helping to improve mood, support the health of your digestive system, intestinal and respiratory tracts, and more.  The numerous benefits combined with a bold, refreshing flavor make Frusanté a new, innovative addition to the superfruit juice market.

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5.0

Love, Frusante! Straight or mixed!

By JML

from Stamford, CT

About Me Health Enthusiast , Work Out Regularly

Pros

  • Easy To Take
  • Effective
  • Good Value
  • Nutritional
  • Tastes Good

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Afternoon Or Night Cap
    • As A Snack
    • Everyday Use

    Comments about Frusantè Frusanté:

    In addition to being healthy, I live the taste - a little tart, not too sweet! Taste great by itself or mixed with water, Coconut water.... and even with a shot of Vodka! :-)

     
    5.0

    Not ony good for me!

    By cdp

    from Wantagh, NY

    About Me Work Out Regularly

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    • Good Value
    • Nutritional
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        Comments about Frusantè Frusanté:

        Tastes good and is good for me. Took a while to try it. Certainly glad I did.

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        4.0

        Surprisingly tasty!

        By Wendy H.

        from Westborough, MA

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        Comments about Frusantè Frusanté:

        Tasty, pleasant flavor, goes down easily; almost like a syrup. Good way to reward yourself with health. Even my mom likes it and she doesn't do sweets :)

        I've been in a brain fog every morning for the past week since my 1 yr old hasn't been sleeping well and was sipping on some frusante and it clears my head a bit. Nice!

         
        5.0

        Love this stuff!

        By Yooper14

        from Michigan

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        Comments about Frusantè Frusanté:

        I had so much energy after the first dose of Frusante!

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