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Fruit of the Spirit Shows Powerful Value for Health, Ministries 

Whole food beverage set to become to Christians what Gatorade is to athletes

 PLANO, TX – Fruit of the Spirit, a natural, whole food beverage, provides more antioxidant protection than other fruit juices, a recent study finds, solidifying Fruit of the Spirit as the drink of choice for better health.  Also, with its unique community outreach program, this miracle juice is helping fund ministries.

 In a new study by Bell Advisory Services, an independent lab, Fruit of the Spirit was found to have significantly higher antioxidant value than Welch’s and other major brands.  With an average ORAC value of 2,250 per fluid ounce, Fruit of the Spirit bested other brand name juices, which averaged an ORAC value of 500.  The report shows that Fruit of the Spirit’s ORAC value was more than three times greater than Welch’s 100% Grape Juice and POM Wonderful pomegranate juice and more than seven times greater than V8 Fusion Acai Blend.  ORAC stands for oxygen radical absorbance capacity and is a test tube analyses that measures the total anti-oxidant power of foods.

“Anti-oxidant protection works wonders for the body,” said John D. Young, M.D., physician in the Foundational Health Center in Largo, Florida, and medical advisor for Fruit of the Spirit.  “Anti-oxidants have been shown to limit oxidative damage to our bodies.  Ultimately, this will help slow down aging and disease processes, and improve learning ability, reduce memory loss and protect the cardiovascular system against oxidative stress.”

The 12 whole fruit purees found in Fruit of the Spirit, including aloe, apple, blueberry, fig, grape, pomegranate, and sea buckthorn, provide broad-spectrum antioxidant protection greater than brand name beverages.  One ounce of Fruit of the Spirit is equivalent to five servings of fruits and vegetables, essential for better health.  The beverage also has more fiber and less sugar than other brands.

 Additionally, Fruit of the Spirit also contains Resveratrol, a compound found in the skin of grapes that offers myriad health benefits – without the alcohol found in red wine.  This compound has been widely discussed on shows such as “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and “60 Minutes” for its revolutionary ability to lower the risk of heart disease, lower cholesterol levels, boost metabolism and help provide protection against Alzheimer’s Disease.

Fruit of the Spirit is also unique in that all of the product’s ingredients can be found in the Holy Land area, and even contains trace minerals from the Dead Sea.  Those essential minerals include: potassium, magnesium, sodium, calcium, manganese, copper, chromium, zinc, iron and iodine.  

In its mission to “Bless Millions with Better Health,” Fruit of the Spirit is proud of its spiritual connection, and the company extends that to its friends and supporters in the religious community.  Fruit of the Spirit offers its products to religious groups as a unique fundraising opportunity to contribute significant funds to their respective missions by selling bottles of Fruit of the Spirit.  As people improve their health by drinking Fruit of the Spirit, they will also be contributing to the mission of a religious organization close to their heart.

 “The spiritual community is at the heart of what we do,” said Deanna Naylor, vice president of marketing for Fruit of the Spirit.  “While this is a product for everyone, we enjoy being able to help support the important work of ministries.”

 “We want Fruit of the Spirit to be to Christians what Gatorade is to athletes,” Naylor continued.” 

Editor’s Note: For more information, high-res images, or a sample of Fruit of the Spirit, please contact Suzanne Gentry Flodin at (214) 553-7071 or Suzanne@thegentryagency.com.


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