Dr Red Olevine Purple Carrot 750ml
(Max of 6 bottles of Purple Carrot PER order PER day)
Dr Red Olevine Purple Carrot 750ml (makes approx 38 glasses)
Dr Red Olevine Purple Carrot is a concentrated blend of purple carrot juice, shiraz juice, lemon juice, plus the amazing Dr Red Olevine extracts (the same extracts that go into Spearole Tea and Olevine Coffee).
Dr Red Purple Carrot aims to provide a powerful concentrate of anthocyanins – which can easily be included in anyone’s diet.
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Dr Red Olevine Purple Carrot aims to provide a powerful concentrate of anthocyanins - the enormously strong anti-oxidants found in superfoods such as blueberries.
Dr Red Olevine Purple Carrot will attract those health conscious buyers, who more often than not currently shop at Health Food stores. At about 80c per glass it delivers a cost effective and convenient high anti-oxidant vegetable / fruit snack.
A new tea recipe - featuring 5,000 year old ingredients
The wild carrot (purple), wild olive tree and wild grapes date back to roughly 5000 years ago to the Middle East region. Green tea was originally grown in China 5000 years ago.
A modern tea formula based on these 4 food components was designed to deliver flavonoid antioxidants, which are plant compounds touted to mop up 'free radicals' that can damage cells. The beneficial effects of fruit, vegetables, green tea and red wine have been attributed to flavonoid compounds.
So What is Purple Carrot ?
Carrots were originally purple; the orange ones are the result of breeding. The purple carrot
was grown for medicinal purposes. It was only when a group of Dutch breeders used a mutant
seed in the 16th century that the orange variety began its rise to prominence.
And now, 1000 years later, Professor Lindsay Brown of The University of Queensland, has discovered Purple Carrot Juice may improve blood sugar levels, may lower blood pressure, may reduce fat deposition and improve cholesterol. This wonder food has hit the nail on the head in terms of reversing Metabolic Syndrome.
The modern carrot is rich in beta-carotene, which gives its distinctive orange colour. The ancient purple carrot has double the level of beta-carotene than its descendant, but it contains 28 times more anthocyanins.
A Current Affair 5th Jan 2010 Story:
There are not many vegetables quite as orange as carrots, but carrots date back to the 16th century and back then they were actually purple.
Well, the purple carrot is making a comeback in specialty grocery stores and it's not just because of the presentational value.
The purple carrot is a nutritional powerhouse and it's being hailed as one of the most powerful foods on the planet for its mighty health benefits.
Modern orange carrots have always been known as an excellent source of vitamin A and phytochemicals including carotenoids, phenolics, polyacetylenes, isocoumarins, and sesquiterpenes.
But the ancient purple carrot has double the level of beta-carotene than the orange carrot and contains 28 times more anthocyanins.
Anthocyanins are potent antioxidants that give vegetables their red, blue and purple colours. But more importantly, they capture harmful free radicals in the body, slow blood clotting and act as an anti-inflammatory agent.
Recent studies have shown that these benefits as well as other antimicrobial and anti-carcinogenic activities can help and prevent cancer, heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
Professor Lindsay Brown of The University of Queensland is conducting research on the purple carrot and hopes to prove that it is the most powerful food on this planet.