Organic Reds Fusion

According to Center for Disease Control reports, the U.S. population are far from eating enough fruits!  An estimated 32.5% of U.S. adults consumed fruit two or more times per day, an only 28.5% of high school students consumed fruit more than 1 time daily, reported by CDC in 2010 and 2011 respectively.

Why choose Andorra Life’s Organic Reds Fusion?

Andorra Life’s Organic Reds is rich in anthocyanins, the health-promoting red pigments found in red, blue and purple fruits.  Anthocyanins promote numerous health benefits.  It promotes cardiovascular health, helps maintain cholesterol levels within the healthy range, and promotes brain health and eye health.  Each serving of Organic Reds contains the antioxidant equivalent of 1 serving of fruits and vegetables based on ORAC.††

Organic Reds is a convenient, great-tasting way to get the important phytonutrients found in fruits.

Andorra Life’s Organic Reds Fusion is:

  • Delicious and USDA-Organic
  • Best-tasting Reds superfood drink
  • Phytonutrient Dense – Packed with full spectrum reds†
  • Contains natural anthocyanins and digestive enzyme blend
  • Provides antioxidant equivalent of 1 serving of fruits and vegetables††

†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

††As measured by ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity). ORAC is a USDA-developed method for measuring antioxidant potency. USDA ORAC database published in JAFC June 2004.

Reds Fusion Supplement Ingredients:
Reds Fusion Supp Facts


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