BENEFITS (COLD PRESS PROCESS)
Soul’s benefits are potent due to the cold-press process. This process does not damage the nutrition found in seeds, unlike harsh chemical or high heat methods. These benefits include: increased energy, neutralizing free radicals with powerful antioxidants, immunity support, better sleep, effective exercise recovery, and much more. Many of our customers tell their own stories about how Soul has benefitted their health here.
BLACK CUMIN SEED
Black cumin (also known as Black Seed, or Nigella sativa) has a history that spans over 2500 years, making this ingredient one of the safest plant extracts for human consumption. Black cumin seed is an adaptogen – meaning it has the ability to increase the human body’s resistance, which protects it from various health challenges.
Clinical trials have shown that black seed oil may help maintain blood sugar and cholesterol levels already within normal range, along with many other health benefits, and is considered to be one of the most healthful herbs of all time.*
BLACK RASPBERRY SEED
Black raspberry seeds contain antioxidant-like phytonutrients including ellagitannins and anthocyanins, which are powerful antioxidants that help support many bodily functions and overall good health.*
Antioxidants seek out and eliminate cell-damaging substances, called free radicals. Free radicals can occur naturally in the body or from exposure to environmental toxins.
Although ellagitannins exist in most berries, raspberries contain the most potent levels.
CHARDONNAY GRAPE SEED
Grape seeds have an abundant source of flavonoids called proanthocyanidins. This is important for brain health due to their free radical-quenching antioxidant and collagen-protecting effects.*
Proanthocyanidins have also been shown to noticeably delay the onset of lipid peroxidation and to effectively chelate iron ions. Free iron ions are some of the most powerful promoters of lipid peroxide, hydrogen peroxide and hydroxyl radical production, supporting brain health.
D-Ribose is a five-carbon sugar found in every cell in our bodies that combines with oxygen and ATP (adenosine triphoshate) to give energy to each cell. Ribose is also present in RNA (ribonucleic acid), which is one of the main information carriers of living organisms.
Oxidative stress, is measured by free radical damage to cells. Fortunately, our bodies handle this problem daily. However, if our bodies experience an abnormal increase in free radicals due to exercise, daily stress, excess smoking, excess saturated fat intake, depressed immune system, aging, etc., the body becomes fatigued and less efficient in producing D-Ribose to replenish cellular energy. Because of this, we need to supplement with D-Ribose in order to regenerate the cells energy system.*