Does Tom Brady negatively affect berry consumption in US?

Tom Brady is an outstanding athlete, who is highly respected not only by his New England Patriot fans, but also by sports fans and people all over the world. Recently, Brady's diet has received a lot of attention, but some health experts are questioning the lack of fruits in it. You would probably agree with some of the top doctors and researchers that any diet, which eliminates fruits, due to their sugar content will create some health gaps. As you know, a dietary intake rich in plant-based foods heavily promotes antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which are very helpful for your daily vitality. I’m not going to lie, when I heard that Brady's diet doesn’t include fruits, I understood his main concerns and reasoning, and it actually made me very excited. Why? Resync can fill the antioxidant gaps left in diets which remove fruits. This allows for a diet, which may already be filled with healthy fats and protein, to be completed by a powder with the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits of aronia fruit and veggies. It will support your cardiovascular and musculoskeletal system without all the unhealthy and unnecessary sugars.

So if you are a fan of berries, but are concerned about their sugar content, just like Tom Brady is, I have good news for you. You’re going to love Resync, as it provides you with 3 different antioxidants found in one aronia berry fruit. Even better, the sugar has been extracted from that highly standardized aronia powder that we use as part of our proprietary blend. Like Dr. Wawer told me once, aronia combines the healthy beneficial properties of red wine and green tea. It contains both types of polyphenols: anthocyanins and catcheins.

 

While nobody should underestimate the antioxidants' power, I do understand people's concern about sugar content. I always advise athletes to stay away from sugary drinks as much as possible and especially before and after training or a game.

Here are the 3 main anthocyanins found in aronia berry:

1.Malvidin - is highly water-soluble. In acidic solutions malvidin has a red color, which turns to blue in alkaline conditions. Malvidin is responsible for the beautiful blue color found in petals of the Primula plants of the polyanthus group, and also it is responsible primarily for the color of red wine.

2.Petunidin- It is a natural organic compound, and just like Malvidin it is water-soluble. It is also part of the pigments responsible for the petal colors in many flowers. This pigment gives the Indigo Rose  tomatoes their deep purple color when the fruits are exposed to sunlight. And, I know that, just like Tom Brady, I am not a fan of tomatoes, and many fruits that’s why I consume Resync powder on a daily basis and avoid the sugar content. I do have...



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