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New ORAC and S-ORAC scores for Life Long Vitality Supplements!
An ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) score is a measurement of a nutrient’s potential for neutralizing free radicals. Although not the only useful measurement of the beneficial activity of a nutrient, a high ORAC value suggests protective benefits against free- radical damage to cells. S-ORAC is a measurement of an antioxidant’s potential for neutralizing a particularly dangerous free-radical molecule, the superoxide radical, and may be a more important measurement of antioxidant protection on a cellular level. (An average serving of fruits and vegetables has an ORAC value of approximately 500.)
Using independent laboratories who have developed specialized methods for testing antioxidant capacity using the ORAC and S-ORAC scales, one daily serving of dōTERRA’s Lifelong Vitality Pack of Alpha CRS+®, xEO Mega®, and Microplex VMz® received a cumulative ORAC score of over 6800 (equivalent to 13+ servings of fruits and vegetables). More importantly, one daily serving provides an S-ORAC value of over 18,000! Daily use of the Lifelong Vitality Pack provides excellent supplemental protection against the damages of free-radical molecules that can accelerate aging and degenerative conditions in cells.
Although waning in popularity, many companies are selling exotic “super fruit” juice products touting antioxidant protection using the S-ORAC scale of measuring a product’s potential for neutralizing the super oxide free radical molecule. One juice company claims to have tested their ningxia wolfberry juice from China at an independent laboratory against their major juice competitors and reported the highest S-ORAC value of the group at 363 per ounce†. Assuming their tests are accurate, how does one daily serving of dōTERRA’s Lifelong Vitality Pack compare to the same juices tested?