Thai-Go® is loaded with colorful antioxidants that quench dangerous free radicals. It supports immune and cardiovascular health and promotes energy.
From Nature's Sunshine - Healthful bioflavonoids and powerful antioxidants. Thai-Go is 3.1 times stronger than its closest competitor in stimulating the immune system.
- Enhances the immune system.
- Supports the cardiovascular system.
- Promotes energy.
How It Works:
Thai-Go contains ingredients rich in bioflavonoids and antioxidants. Bioflavonoids enhance vitamin C absorption and help maintain collagen and capillary walls. They also aid in the body’s immune–defense system. Antioxidants scavenge damaging free radicals that the body accumulates as a byproduct of energy production as well as through exposure to pollution, tobacco smoke, ultraviolet light and radiation.
Antioxidants benefit virtually every organ and body system because they mop up damaging free radicals. Thai-Go delivers a punch of antioxidant potential with a very high ORAC value. Among Thai-Go’s key ingredients is mangosteen, a tasty fruit found in eastern tropical nations, such as Thailand. Mangosteen and its pericarp contain the greatest known supply of compounds called xanthones. Xanthones offer powerful immune and cardiovascular support.
Mangosteen fruit concentrate and pericarp extract, Concord grape fruit concentrate, red grape fruit concentrate, blueberry fruit concentrate, red raspberry fruit concentrate, red grape skin extract, wolfberry/goji fruit extract, açai berry concentrate, pomegranate fruit juice concentrate, sea buckthorn fruit extract, red grape seed extract, green tea leaves extract and apple fruit extract.
Take 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) twice daily.
Bringing the Best Fruits Together for Your Protection
Nature's Sunshine has harvested the healthiest fruits and nutritional supplements from around the world and combined them into one delicious, nutritious juice: Thai-Go. Thai-Go is replete with healthful bioflavonoids and powerful antioxidants. If there is one drink you reach for in the morning, it should be Thai-Go.
Bioflavonoids are responsible for giving fruits and vegetables their bright colors. In the body, bioflavonoids enhance vitamin C absorption and help maintain collagen and capillary walls. They also aid in the body's defense system. In fact, rich in bioflavonoids, Thai-Go is 3.1 times stronger than its closest competitor in stimulating the immune system.
Antioxidants scavenge the free radicals that the body accumulates as a byproduct of energy production as well as through pollution, tobacco smoke, ultraviolet light and radiation. Free radical damage has been linked to many common concerns from wrinkles to cancer and heart disease. Thai-Go delivers a punch of antioxidant protection. The USDA recently suggested, "Eating plenty of high-ORAC fruits and vegetables - such as spinach and blueberries - may help slow the processes associated with aging in both body and brain." Antioxidants also benefit virtually every organ and body system because they mop up damaging free radicals. By comparison, spinach has an ORAC value of 1,260 while blueberries rate 2,400. ThaiGo has an ORAC value of over 100,000.
To formulate Thai-Go, NSP scientists drew from Mother Nature's arsenal of antioxidant protectors. They carefully researched ingredients high in antioxidant activity and selected the elite of all the available ingredients. NSP used an analytical instrument to measure Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC), or the power an individual ingredient has to neutralize free radicals. Using this instrument, NSP scientists measured many combinations of ingredients before the final selection of a proprietary blend of eleven fruits and herbs that test high on the ORAC scale. NSP selected the most powerful fruits and herbs for Thai-Go.
Meet the ingredients that will protect you from free radical damage, build-up your immune system and provide extra energy
Mangosteen is a tropical fruit found in eastern tropical islands, such as Thailand. The Thais call it the "queen of fruits." Mangosteen is deliciously sweet with a slight hint of sourness. The dried fruit and outer rind have been shipped and used medicinally for many years in China, India and Singapore. In addition to antioxidants, mangosteen contains xanthones, compounds that offer immune and cardiovascular support. Xanthones have attracted attention from scientists and researchers who are discovering that these compounds support the immune system, the structural system, the digestive system, the brain and the skin. Mangosteen offers the greatest known supply of xanthones.
Wolfberry, sometimes called lycium, grows in China. For thousands of years the fruit has been used to maintain good health and promote longevity. The fruit contains a wide variety of amino acids, polysaccharides, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients, which enhance the immune system and protect against DNA and cellular damage.
Sea Buckthorn is native to China and also grows in many European and Asian countries. The nutrient rich berries are a supplemental source of vitamins A, C and E as well as superoxide mismutase (powerful antioxidant), minerals, flavonoids, and amino acids. Sea buckthorn helps the body use oxygen efficiently and increases overall energy.
Red Grapes, grape seeds and grape skins contain various compounds that have been shown to boost cardiovascular health. Grapes are responsible for the phenomenon called the French Paradox. The French diet is often high in fat, but the French have a lower incidence of heart disease. The lower rate of heart disease is in part attributed to frequent consumption of red wines. Red and purple grapes naturally contain heartprotecting compounds, such as anthocyanins, procyanidins, quercitin and resveratrol.
Raspberries have strong antioxidant abilities from compounds they contain called anthocyanins.
Blueberries are part of the superfoods "dream team," according to a SELF magazine survey. The survey asked a panel of nutritional experts to vote for 12 must-have foods. Blueberries were voted "'best fruit" because they give the body more energy for fewer calories. Blueberries are near the top of the list for antioxidant power.
Applephenon, a concentrate juice from immature apples, contain heart-protecting phenols, similar to grapes.
Decaffeinated Green tea is a traditional herb lauded by the Japanese for increasing longevity. Green tea offers antioxidant protection against disease by guarding cells from chromosomal damage and reducing free radical generation.
Powerful antioxidant capability
• Supports heart health and normal cholesterol levels
• Enhances anti-aging activity
• Increases energy
• Delicious--kids love it!