Benefits of Aloe Berry Nectar
Aloe Berry Nectar contains all of the vitamins, minerals, amino acids and enzymes found in our Aloe Vera Gel, plus the added benefits of cranberry and apple.
Besides their reputation as a cleanser for the urinary tract, cranberries provide a high content of vitamin C. They are also a natural source of pycnogenol, a powerful antioxidant that is particularly useful in maintaining collagen.
Apple juice is noted for its vitamin A and C content, as well as its potassium and pectin. You can drink Aloe Berry Nectar with meals or alone. The delicious flavoring is totally natural, prepared from a blend of fresh cranberries and sweet, mellow apples. Added fructose (a natural fruit sugar) sweetens it just enough to please both adults and children alike.
• All the benefits of Aloe Vera Gel with the sweeter taste of cranberries
• Contains potent antioxidant which has a beneficial effect on the protection of the skin
• Natural source of Vitamin C
- aid digestion
- help with diarrhea, constipation and calming intestinal irritations.
- for preventing or reducing urinary tract infections.
1.APPLES AND PECTIN
Apple pectin is a soluble dietary fiber that helps maintain digestive health and can lower cholesterol. Pectin may also help prevent colon cancer and gallstones, regulate blood pressure and help treat ulcers and colitis. Juices are often low in fiber, so including pectin differentiates Forever Living Aloe Berry Nectar from other juices.
Apples are high in vitamin C, B6 and K and potassium, magnesium, manganese and copper. The phytonutrients in apples may help regulate blood sugar, because of their high flavonoid content which can slow down the enzymes that convert complex carbohydrates into sugar.
Cranberries are high in Vitamin C, E, K, B5 and B6. Cranberries contain proanthocyanidin, an antioxidant flavonoid that can help prevent heart disease and cancer. They also detoxify and support urinary tract health. New research suggests cranberries may help prevent kidney stones, help stroke victims recover and may prevent cancer.
Fresh cranberries have the highest nutrition content and are in season in the U.S. in October, November and December.