Posts Tagged ‘YJ Sciences Inc’

Posts Tagged ‘YJ Sciences Inc’

Life can be seen very differently today from what it was a hundred years ago. People back then ate healthier, worked harder, and eventually lived longer. With the influx of chemicals, artificial flavoring, and preservatives in most of the manufactured food products on the grocery shelves today, and the utter lack of exercise and physical activity like walking and jogging due to developments in modern transportation technology, it is not surprising that humanity’s life expectancy today is significantly less than what it used to be back then. Financial stability also cost less back then. Although the amount of money an employee earns today is substantially greater, the value of today’s money has taken a dip. With the price of basic commodities like food, water and shelter skyrocketing, not to mention the ever-increasing fuel rates, what one can buy today with ten dollars is insignificant when compared to what ten dollars used to be able to buy a hundred years ago.

With that in mind, a few enterprising companies have sought to establish a way to help in the pursuit of achieving personal health as well the realization of individual financial success. They believe that improving the quality of life starts with improving one’s own personal health as well as his financial wealth. One such company is YJ Sciences Inc. Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, YJ Sciences aims to provide its customers with a health boost through its line of products. Youth Juice, the company’s flagship product, contains all the healthy benefits of seven types of berries – elderberry, red raspberry, blueberry, blackberry, boysenberry, blackcurrant, and cranberry – as well as three different kinds of sea vegetables, kombu fucoidan, bladderwrack, sea lettuce. These ingredients contain ellagitannins and resveratrol, which are both polyphenolic compounds that help protect the body from various viruses and diseases. The production process of Youth Juice is optimized to promote the acid hydrolysis of ellagitannins into ellagic acid, which the human blood stream can more easily absorb. Read the rest of this entry »