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Powerful New Antioxidant -
Berry Young Juice

The Elixir of Life Found in
Berry Young Juice

Hundreds of years ago Spanish Explorer Ponce de Leon set out on a quest for a magical fountain of water. It was said to offer rejuvenation and immortality to all who drank from it.

Traveling throughout the New World, he uncovered numerous legends regarding the water. And yet, he never located the enchanted spring....

D. Gary Young, founder and president of Young Living Essential Oils, embarked on a similar odyssey in 1973, following a devastating logging accident. From a wheelchair, he vowed not only to walk again, but to find health, vitality, and longevity. For nearly 30 years, he single-mindedly continued his pursuit.

Then, in 1994, Gary was approached by a Chinese scientist who was visiting the United States on a fact-gathering assignment. Dr. Songqiao Zhao, senior researcher at the Chinese Science Academy, told Gary about a simple, delicious-tasting berry with amazing health benefits. He said that Chinese wolfberries had been used for thousands of years to treat a wide range of illnesses. What's more, the people who consumed them on a regular basis lived remarkably healthy lives for 100-plus years.

Intrigued by the story, Gary began an investigation that eventually led to the creation of some of the most exciting health products in the world.

Chinese Wolfberries – The Amazing Superfood

Growing for centuries in a remote area of central China near Inner Mongolia, these berries are considered a treasure by the local people. So much so that they have been studied by Chinese physicians for thousands of years. One Chinese Medica dating back 2,000 years cites their use in treatments ranging from replenishing vital essences to strengthening and restoring major organs.1,2

More recently, comprehensive analyses have found that wolfberries contain:

  • 18 types of amino acids
  • 21 trace minerals, 29 fatty acids
  • Vitamins B1, B2, B6, E
  • More beta carotene than carrots
  • More Vitamin C than oranges
  • As much protein as bee pollen
  • Superoxide dismutase
  • Phenylpropanoids

Numerous studies by the Chinese government have shown that Chinese wolfberries are extremely useful for:

  • Boosting the immune system3
  • Protecting the liver4
  • Improving the quality of blood5
  • Improving vision6

The Power of Wolfberries in a Delicious Juice – Berry Young Juice

Encouraged by the prospect of an all-natural, great-tasting substance that could be so helpful in improving health, Gary determined to find ways to share the benefits of the wolfberry with people everywhere. Gary combined wolfberry juice with a careful selection of high-antioxidant juices chosen for their synergistic effect.

Berry Young Juice was born – a masterpiece with a higher antioxidant rating than any one juice alone!

Berry Young Juice is not just another health drink. Its power-packed juices are filled with antioxidants and nutrients. And its naturally sweet, intense berry flavor is lip-smackin' good and refreshing! In fact, it's so good, it's hard to stop drinking Berry Young Juice!

With such a wide range of healthful benefits, Berry Young Juice holds a clear advantage over other products on the market.

ORAC – Most Reliable Way to Measure
the Ability of Antioxidants to Absorb Free Radicals

A new laboratory test known as ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity), developed by USDA researchers at Tufts University, rates Berry Young Juice as the number one antioxidant product on the market.

Developed by Dr. Guohua Cao at USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University, the ORAC test is one of the most sensitive and reliable methods for measuring the ability of antioxidants to absorb free radicals. It is the only test to combine both time and degree of inhibition of free radicals.

Comparative analyses against Tahitian NONITM and other fruits show the facts. The Ningxia wolfberry (Lycium barbarum v. Ningxia) has the single highest antioxidant ability of any food tested. And when the ORAC scores of the main ingredients in Berry Young Juice are totaled, a synergistic effect is created that rates Berry Young Juice more than three times higher than its main competitor.

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Antioxidants vs. Free Radicals

Our bodies are bombarded daily by the damaging effects of free radicals created through normal metabolic functions. In fact, Dr. Bruce Ames of the University of California at Berkeley estimates that the DNA of each of our cells is attacked by free radicals over 10,000 times per day. Add to this the polluted environment of today's world, and the scope of the problem increases.

But why are free radicals so damaging?

Uninterrupted, free radicals can wreak havoc with DNA, enzymes, and cells. They make it impossible for the cells to function properly. Many chronic conditions – including aging – are believed to result from accumulated damage caused by free radicals.

Fortunately, antioxidants have proven an effective weapon against them.

Antioxidants help neutralize the effects of free radicals, allowing the body to restore itself to proper balance leading to health and well-being.

Antioxidants can fight free radicals in three ways:

  1. They can prevent a free radical from forming.
  2. They can interrupt an oxidizing chain reaction to lessen the effects of the free radical.
  3. Antioxidants can reduce the free radical's impact.7

Drinking a single ounce of antioxidant-rich Berry Young Juice every day can help you combat the damaging effects of free radicals. Simply take a single serving (one ounce) of Berry Young Juice. It supplies 267 percent of the Daily Value of the antioxidant vitamin C, along with a host of other nutrients. What a delicious way to protect your health!

"Young and middle-aged people may be able to reduce risk of diseases of aging – including senility – simply by adding high-ORAC foods to their diets," states Floyd P. Horn, Administrator of the Agricultural Research Service, the chief scientific agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

"I have no doubt that the Ningxia wolfberry and Young Living's Berry Young Juice will revolutionize how we treat premature aging. Since I have incorporated it into my daily regimen, my stamina has improved markedly. And it has been an important factor in allowing me to still perform long-distance running -- even at the age of 76."

Ronald Lawrence, M.D.
Former faculty member of the UCLA School of Medicine and
England's Royal London Homeopathic Hospital

A Closer Look at the Ingredients in Berry Young Juice:

Wolfberry Juice

The main ingredient in Berry Young Juice is Ningxia wolfberry juice – the most potent variety of wolfberry. The Ningxia wolfberry contains extremely high levels of polysaccharides, which are considered to be the sleeping giant of biotechnology.

Not only is it a powerful antioxidant, it has been studied for its ability to support regular immune function. And is also known to support vision under subdued light and to reduce the time it takes to adapt to seeing in dark places.

"The Ningxia wolfberry is truly a superfood. I've never seen anything like it. I am absolutely convinced that it is the principle cause for my excellent health during the last three years."

Robert Delmonteque, N.D.
Senior Editor, Muscle and Fitness Magazine
Advisory Board Member of the Journal of Longevity

Vitamin C

A single serving (one ounce) of Berry Young Juice supplies 267 percent of the daily value of antioxidant vitamin C.

Research on vitamin C, especially over the past three decades, has shown that the benefits are vast. There have been many studies conducted including those done by the National Cancer Institute and Food and Drug Administration on aspects of vitamin C's effectiveness8,9 such as helping protect memory and mental decline as the body ages.

Blueberry Juice

The plant chemicals that give fruits like blueberries their colors are called anthocyanidins. These compounds, classed as flavonoids, provide blueberries with their health properties. One of the main benefits of anthocyanidins is that they actually support vision.10

Flavonoids are also known to help red blood cells fight stress caused by oxidation. And they may help shield red blood cells against reactive oxygen molecules.11 This protection against oxidative damage helps with high blood-sugar levels, which cause complications in diabetics.

Flavonoids also support to regular immune function. Other benefits have been researched through animal studies, laboratory research, and population studies.12

Pomegranate Juice

Pomegranates contain bioflavonoids, a member of the flavonoid family. Bioflavonoids are responsible for providing protection against damaging changes to cells. Bioflavonoids also help support normal circulatory health.13

One study shows that pomegranate juice provides very good protection against damaging changes to cells.14

Apricot Juice

The antioxidants that apricot juice provides to the body are called carotenoids. They are the source of color for many orange, red, and yellow fruits, flowers, and plant leaves.

During the oxidation process, an atom, molecule, or ion deprives another of one or more of its electrons. Carotenoids act as a key antioxidant, and potentially prevent the damage that free radicals cause to cells and tissues.15

Apricot and pomegranate juices, as well as several other fruits that are grown by the Hunzas, are dietary staples of the long-lived people. In fact, apricot orchards can be seen everywhere in this tiny country hidden in the mountain passes of northwest Pakistan.

Raspberry Juice

Ellagic acid and other important polyphenolic compounds naturally occur abundantly in red raspberry. These important constituents inhibit the capacity of chemicals and negative environmental factors from causing mutations.

So many of today's health problems are related to lifestyle issues such as pollution, environmental toxins, pesticides, and lack of sleep. The benefits provided by raspberry juice help build our bodies back up and weaken the effects of these negative forces.

Plus The Added Benefits of Essential Oils

Berry Young Juice is enhanced with the essential oils of lemon and orange. Citrus oils contain the phytochemical d-limonene, used to support normal cell life cycles.

It's plain to see why so many people have embraced the Berry Young Juice phenomenon! Its powerful ingredients work together to free the body of unwanted free radicals – bringing countless benefits to anyone seeking a healthier future.*

Get a bottle of Berry Young Juice today and experience how delicious super antioxidants can be! Just Click Here

1Huang Di Nei Jing (Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine) Chinese medical textbook dating to the Qin and Han periods (221 B.C.- 220 A.D.). Tianjin Scientific Technology Publishing Press, 1986. Chinese version translated by research scientist Sue Chao.
2Shen Nung Ben Tsao (25 - 220 A.D.)
3Ben Cao Gang Mu (Ming Dynasty 1368 - 1644 A.D.) People's Health Publishing Press, 1982. Chinese version translated by Sue Chao.
4State Scientific and Technological Commission of China, Pharmacological Experiment on Lycium, Register No. 870303
5State Scientific and Technological Commission of China, Clinical Experiment on Lycium, Register No. 870306
6Lycium barbarum Medical Effects, improves eyesight, Ningxia Scientific and Technological Commission. July 1982 - Jan. 1984
7General Nutrition Centers,
8,9National Nutritional Foods Association, 200l/06_l5.htm
Marcus, Adam, HealthSCOUT, September 2000, htx/hsn2000912/hl/can_vitamin_c_shield_gallstones_1.html
10Blueberries & Eyesight, Food Style 21, Vol.3, No.3, March 1 999. Energy Times, June 2001, pg. 16.
11Environmental Nutrition, January 1998, pg. 2.
12Rostler, Suzanne, Reuters, May 2000,
14Astaxanthin Biochemical Properties,
15The Ellagic Acid Information Site,

*The statements in this article have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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