BLEUBERET’S Health & Wellness Philosophy*

There is no magic answer to perfect health, but you can control living a healthy lifestyle. Eating a well balanced diet, getting a good night’s sleep and regular exercise can greatly enhance your general health and sense of well-being. Research abounds in upping the amounts of plant-based food consumed and lessening refined sugars, processed foods and animal products as important factors in keeping yourself healthy. ( sited 10/28/19)

In addition to a well-balanced diet and healthy lifestyle approach, it is believed that the consumption of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory rich foods can aid in the prevention of diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer, as well as reduce the symptoms of arthritis, and combat acute inflammation in the body due to illness, infection or injury that may adversely affect the immune system.

*We highly recommend that you undertake your own research and consult your medical support network to ascertain the health benefits of a diet high in antioxidant and anti-inflammatory rich compounds that is most beneficial to you.



Wild Maine Blueberries

  • Highest known source of phenolic antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds
  • Flavonoids believed to improve depression and memory functions
  • High in anthocyanins – blue/red/pigment aids in obesity and diabetes prevention
  • Aid in prevention of chronic diseases such as diabetes, cancer and Alzheimer’s
  • Lower on the glycemic index than cultivated blueberries


  • high in polyphenolic antioxidants and flavonoids that help prevent diseases such as diabetes, cholesterol levels, heart disease and stroke
  • High in anthocyanins – blue/red/pigment aids in obesity and diabetes prevention
  • offer skin protection from the harmful rays of the sun
  • aid in anti-aging
  • soluble fiber
  • Vitamin C and E
  • Selenium



  • promotes healthy digestion, eye, brain and skin health
  • aids in respiratory functions
  • antioxidants can aid in cancer prevention
  • iron, magnesium, calcium, B vitamins


  • promote healthy skin, respiratory health,
  • prevent bone disorders
  • high anti-inflammatory components
  • lower blood pressure
  • antibacterial properties against oral issues such as gingivitis
  • B vitamins, A and C
  • Potassium, calcium, iron, manganese


  • boost immune system
  • aid digestion
  • aid in heart, skin, bone health
  • alleviate symptoms of menopause


Turmeric, Ginger, Cayenne or Chilli Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves

  • anti-inflammatory against arthritis related ailments
  • reduce inflammation caused by diabetes, cancer, intestinal and digestive issues
  • aids in prevention of inflammation
  • considered to be non-steroidal anti-inflammatories


Maple Syrup

  • manganese, potassium, zinc, calcium, iron and magnesium
  • lower on the glycemic index than sugar
  • high in antioxidants

Green Tea

  • aid in concentration, mood elevation, alertness
  • fat burning
  • lower risk of breast, colon, and prostate cancers
  • anti-bacterial


  • immune system and energy booster
  • lower cholesterol
  • vitamins A,C,E and a variety of B as well
  • minerals such as magnesium, copper, calcium and zinc
  • fiber

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