Reds Vs. Greens: What's the Difference?

Reds Vs. Greens: What's the Difference?

We get asked this question a lot, so what is the difference between Nanogreens and Nanoreds? 

Here’s what you need to know:

Reds or Greens

Both Nanogreens and Nanoreds are a superfood savior! While Nanogreens concentrates on more antioxidant-rich leafy greens including kale, spinach, and parsley, Nanoreds contains more antioxidant-rich fruits like pomegranate, cranberry and black currant. They are both high in antioxidants and include a combination of fruits and vegetables, but Nanoreds features the high-quality ingredient WellBerry. 

What’s WellBerry?

WellBerry is a combination of the superfruit extract Amla (aka Gooseberry) and vitamin C. WellBerry promotes healthy immune function, is anti-inflammatory, and has amazing anti-aging benefits because of its high levels of resveratrol.

How much Resveratrol is in Nanoreds?

You’ve probably heard the benefits of drinking a glass of red wine for anti-aging, so you’ll appreciate this! There is 100 mg of whole grape extract providing 5% resveratrol per serving of Nanoreds, which is the equivalent to 22 glasses of wine (without the side effects of course)! Free radicals cause the oxidation process in our bodies, which leads to cell damage. The superhero in this fight are antioxidants who work to either prevent the chain reaction or stop it after it’s started. For anyone over the age of 30, Nanoreds is a superfood, anti-aging superhero! We recommend taking Nanogreens AND Nanoreds every day for the best health benefits. There's no competition here, just a whole lot of Nanolove! It’s time to shake your nanos!

Originally posted on May 17th, 2015 by Tammy Fodrey

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