Zambroza Nutritional Health Supplement Ingredients
Scientists at Nature's Sunshine began studying the mangosteen fruit in the fall of 2003 and found that although mangosteen does have amazing potential as a nutritional supplement, it does not have a complete Antioxidant Profile.
The NSP scientist's found that by adding additional fruits and fruit extracts to mangosteen they could boost its antioxidant power and increase its Antioxidant Profile by many times.
The result is a nutritional health supplement that not only tastes great but has incredible ability to neutralize Free Radicals throughout the body.
What Natures Sunshine scientists have discovered is antioxidants work synergistically, the more different kinds of antioxidants you consume the more powerful their ability to neutralize Free Radicals.
Independent Laboratory Reviews Of Zambroza
In an independent study by Brunswick Laboratories, Zambroza (Thai-Go) was found to have extremely high ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) levels. This ORAC test verifies the potency of the Xanthones, phenols, bioflavonoids, and other powerful antioxidants.
This independent laboratory, verified the overwhelming superiority of Zambroza - Thai-Go's antioxidant levels over competitors in an industry-standard test.
- Review specific laboratory ORAC tests on Zambroza ...
- Zambroza Thai-Go's exotic taste comes from eleven nutrient rich foods bursting with antioxidant power.
- See Zambroza label below for specific ingredients ...
Zambroza (Thai-Go) Composition
Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana)
As the rains fall on the islands of South-East Asia, mangosteen groves soak in the nutrients of the rich jungle soil. These nutrients help create one of the most unique fruits ever discovered and the highest source of a family of antioxidants called xanthones which support the immune system and circulatory system.
Mangosteen, also called the "Queen of Fruits" is prized by natives of these islands, not only for its taste but its ability to give energy and as a powerful traditional medicine. Native islanders have used this exotic fruit for thousands of years but its healing properties have only just been discovered by western scientists.
Modern clinical studies confirm that Mangosteen is a potent source of antioxidants (which help the body guard against free radical damage1,2), and contain other ingredients that help support the immune, cardiovascular systems, and give the body extra energy.
Mangosteen contains a class of antioxidants called xanthones which help the body build a healthy immune and cardiovascular system. Xanthones3 have attracted attention from scientists and researchers who are investigating how these compounds support the immune system, structural system, digestive system, brain, and the skin. Mangosteen offers one of the greatest known supplies of xanthones.
Wolfberry (Lycium barbarum)
For thousands of years, Chinese healers used the fruit from the Wolfberry bush to strengthen the eyes, liver, kidneys, and build healthy circulatory and immune systems. It's an important source of micronutrients as well as polysaccharides that protect the body against cellular damage.
This berry is highly valued, not only for its outstanding nutrient value, but because it's wonderfully sweet and tangy taste. Wolfberry contains nineteen amino acids, twenty-one important trace minerals, beta-carotene, vitamin C, and an unusually high amount of protein.
One of the key constituents of wolfberry is lycium barbarum polysaccharide (LBP)1 which has demonstrated the ability to protect the body against cellular damage2 as well as promote healthy cell growth.
Sea Buckthorn* (Hippophae rhamnoides)
Ancient healers from India, Greece, Persia, and Germany harvested the berries from Sea Buckthorn to promote healthy skin and circulatory system. This thorny shrub grows in dry regions often in coastal areas.
One of the best known natural sources of vitamins A, C, E, B vitamins, folic acid, essential fatty acids, bioflavonoids, phytosterols, and other micronutrients.
Sea Buckthorn berries are one of the best known natural sources of vitamins A,C,E, beta carotenes, and are rich in several B vitamins, folic acid, essential fatty acids, bioflavonoids, phytosterols, phenols, and many micronutrients.
Sea buckthorn has been shown to have a potent antioxidant activity1,2 mainly attributed to its bioflavonoid and vitamin C content3.
Grape (extract, seeds, and skin) (Vitis vinifera, spp.)
Rich in bioflavonoids and other phytochemicals that have powerful antioxidant properties.
For years now, scientists from around the world have been puzzled by the phenomenon known as the French Paradox. What they observed was that although the French consume more than three times as much saturated fat as most other countries (in the form of butter, cream, and other high-fat ingredients), their rates of obesity and heart disease are surprisingly low.
Clinical studies indicate that the consumption of grapes and wine by the French are responsible for their better health1,4 .
Scientists have measured the health properties of grapes and found that they contain the vitamins A, B and C, as well as thirteen minerals essential to human life.
Grape seed extract (another ingredient in Zambroza Thai-Go) is rich in bioflavonoids2 , phytochemicals that have powerful antioxidant properties which also help improve blood circulation, enhance the immune system3,4 , and strengthen blood vessels.
Raspberry (Rubus idaeus)
Considered by many to be one of the best tasting members of the berry family, these intensely flavoured and highly fragrant berries were first harvested by the early Greeks centuries ago.
Raspberries are among the most nutritious fruits on the planet and contain many important phytonutrients including ellagic acid which helps promote a healthy cardiovascular
system and helps the body maintain healthy capillaries in the eyes and brain.
They are densely packed with potent phytochemicals that improve health and provide needed energy.
Raspberries are an excellent source of manganese, vitamin C, magnesium, potassium and B vitamins.
They also contain bioflavonoids called anthrocyanins which act as antioxidants1,2 . One of the key constituents of raspberries is another antioxidant called ellagic acid. Ellagic acid helps promote a healthy cardiovascular system and helps the body maintain healthy capillaries in the eyes and brain.
Blueberries (Vacinnium spp.)
Famous for their mildly sweet and tangy flavour, blueberries are literally bursting with nutrition and are one of the best natural sources of a bioflavonoid called anthocyanin which helps the body build strong veins and fights the effects of premature aging. .
Blueberries contain over forty compounds that have antioxidant properties1. What gives the blueberry its deep blue hue is a pigment called anthocyanin which makes it one of the healthiest food choices in the fight against premature aging.
Anthocyanin is a potent antioxidant. Blueberries are also full of fibre, vitamins A and C, iron, and folic acid. Studies done on blueberries show that they may strengthen eyesight and help maintain a healthy urinary tract. Research also suggests that consuming blueberries each day improves balance, coordination, and short-term memory2
Blueberries have also been found to strengthen capillaries and help the body maintain healthy levels of cholesterol.3
Apple Extract (Malus sylvestris, M. domestica )
Have you ever heard the old saying "an apple a day keeps the doctor away." or "All the vitamins are in the peel of the fruit", recent scientific studies have found that both old saying are completely true.
Our scientists found that a combination of apples along with apple skins are very high in antioxidant compounds called phenols1,2 Rich in phenols and quercitin which help the body maintain proper cell growth, support the circulatory system, and immune system.
Phenols help the body maintain proper cell growth and also support the circulatory system.
These phenols prevent the oxidation of the bad cholesterol in fat which causes premature aging in cells as well as other damage.
The bioflavonoids found in apples (especially the skins) have been extensively researched and found to help the body maintain a healthy circulatory system3,4.
Apple skins contain a potent antioxidant bioflavonoid called quercitin. Quercitin becomes especially potent when it teams up with other antioxidants to bolster the body’s immune defenses. Quercitin has also been found to have an anti-inflammatory effect on the body.
Green Tea Extract (Camellia sinensis)
The Chinese have known about the medicinal benefits of green tea for over 4,000 years.
Today, scientific research in both Asia and the West are providing hard evidence for the health benefits long associated with drinking green tea1.
Contains a high amount of a family of antioxidants called polyphenols which help the body maintain healthy levels of cholesterol and protect against free radical damage. For example, one recently published study found that that drinking green tea increased the body's natural resistance to "out of control cell growth" by nearly sixty percent.
There is also research indicating that drinking green tea lowers total cholesterol levels, as well as improving the ratio of good (HDL) cholesterol to bad (LDL) cholesterol and Green teas ability to support the digestive system2,3.
Most of the benefits of consuming green tea come from a family of antioxidants called polyphenols4,5.
Recommended Use: Tonic of tropical fruit extracts to promote overall health and enhance energy.
Dosage (adults): Take 15 mL (1/2 oz.) daily. A second 15 mL dose may be taken each day if desired.
Each 15 ml (1/2 oz.) dose contains: Medicinal ingredients: Vitis vinifera (red grape) fruit concentrate 1135 mg;
Vitis labrusca (concord grape) fruit concentrate 1135 mg; Vaccinium corymbosum (blueberry) fruit concentrate 678 mg;
reconstituted Garcinia mangostana (mangosteen) fruit powder, 406 mg of a 50:1 extract; Rubus idaeus (red raspberry)
fruit concentrate 205 mg; Vitis vinifera (red grape) skin extract 102 mg; Lycium barbarum (wolfberry) fruit extract, 16
mg of a 10:1 extract standardized to 10% polysaccharides; Hippophae rhamnoides (sea buckthorn) fruit, 16 mg of a 12:1
extract standardized to no less than 8% flavonoids; Camellia sinensis (green tea) leaves, 3 mg of an extract
standardized to no less than 80% polyphenols; Vitis vinifera (red grape) seed, 3 mg of a 100:1 extract standardized to
no less than 83% polyphenols; Malus domestica (apple) skin and fruit, 3 mg of an extract standardized to no less than
Non-medicinal ingredients: Purified water, sodium benzoate.