Super C

Super C - SFG Wellness | Health Ranger Store


A nutrient powerhouse all on its own, our premium berry blend contains the powdered extracts of 8 nutrient-dense berries and super-fruits. This flavorful mixture combines the wholesome goodness of organic baobab, organic strawberry, organic raspberry, organic blueberry, organic tart cherry, organic elderberry, and organic cranberry extracts in a convenient powder form.
It's sweetened with organic monk fruit powder, one of the best sugar substitutes available today. By combining all these superfruits and berries into one nutritious blend, we’ve created a healthy way for you to indulge your sweet tooth and simultaneously boost your intake of vitamin C and other essential nutrients.
Each serving of Health Ranger Select Organic Super C Berry Blend delivers 19 mg of vitamin C (31% of your Daily Value). Our premium berry blend also contains dietary fiber, calcium, iron, potassium, protein, and vitamin A.


Often referred to as “nature’s candy,” raspberries are one of the most frequently consumed berries in the world. For something so sweet, these delectable berries provide a surprising number of health benefits, such as supporting the immune system, maintaining healthy heart function, and supporting sensible weight loss goals when accompanies by a healthy diet and exercise. Raspberries also contain a variety of nutrients and antioxidants that promote optimal health. These include iron, potassium, manganese, riboflavin, polyphenols, and vitamins C, E, and K.


The use of blueberries as a food source dates back to pre-colonial times when Native Americans ate fresh blueberries or preserved them to create soups, stews, teas, and other traditional recipes. To this day, blueberries are still either eaten fresh or used as a tasty ingredient for various pies, muffins, pancakes, salads, and baked goods. Low in calories but rich in antioxidants and essential nutrients, blueberries are great superfood snacks for those who want to enhance their intake of superfruit nutrients. Blueberries can also help maintain healthy blood sugar levels that are already within the normal range. Some of the potent nutrients found in blueberries include anthocyanins, quercetin, bioflavonoids, copper, fiber, manganese, potassium, riboflavin, and vitamins A, C, and E.


Studies show that regular consumption of tart cherries may help soothe minor irritation, relieve occasional sleeplessness, support cognitive function, and promote immune health. Some of the nutrients you can find in tart cherries include fiber, manganese, potassium, copper, calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamins A, C, and K, and B vitamins. Tart cherries also contain antioxidant polyphenols and healthy fats like omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which can support healthy gut function. The unique combination of nutrients and antioxidants in tart cherries make them ideal for physically active individuals.


As one of the most commonly used medicinal plants in the world, elderberries have a long history as a traditional medicine for a variety of ailments. Elderberries are known for their remarkably high levels of vitamin C, anthocyanins, flavonols, phenolic acids, and other antioxidant compounds. These compounds enable elderberries to effectively support the immune system. Rich in nutrients but low in calories, elderberries are also great for promoting healthy skin, heart, and brain functions.


Since cranberries are known to have a very sour taste, they are often consumed in the form of flavored sauces and juices instead of being eaten raw. These berries are naturally packed with bioactive plant compounds and antioxidants, including flavonoids, quercetin, myricetin, peonidin, ursolic acid, and vitamin C. Other vitamins and minerals found in cranberries include manganese, copper, and vitamins E and K1. In terms of health benefits, cranberries can help support healthy heart, kidney, and bladder functions.


Strawberries owe their distinctive bright-red hue to the anthocyanins found in their flesh. These heart-healthy superfruits are an especially potent source of antioxidants, such as pelargonidin, ellagic acid, ellagitannins, and procyanidins. Strawberries are also loaded with vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients such as fiber, manganese, potassium, and vitamins B9 and C. Since they contain both soluble and insoluble fiber, strawberries can support healthy digestive function and maintain healthy bowel movements.


Commonly known as the “Queen of Superfruits,” baobab is an ancient superfruit that's widely used in Africa for food and medicine. Boasting a nutritional profile like no other, baobab fruits are loaded with essential vitamins and minerals that help support your immune system and digestion. Some of these nutrients include calcium, potassium, magnesium, and vitamin C. They are also 50% dietary fiber, the majority of which is soluble prebiotic fiber.


Also known as “luo han guo,” monk fruit is a small, green melon originally harvested in the mountains of southern China. Named after the monks that cultivated it from vines, monk fruit is often used as the main ingredient of cooling drinks in traditional Chinese medicine. Today, this delicious fruit is widely known as a revolutionary sugar substitute. Its natural sweetness is due to the its high levels of antioxidant mogrosides. Despite being a natural sweetener, monk fruit contains zero calories.


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