Scientific Research and Studies
supplementation prior to and during eccentric exercise may have a protective effect on oxidative stress (TBARS), inflammation (CRP), range of motion, contractile force loss, and perceived pain.
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The research and development that went into capturing the entire fruits' properties took years to accomplish, but it is this process that sets FruitFast®
products apart from all other supplements on the market today.
The FruitFast proprietary process protects the fruits' potent phytonutrients that typically are destroyed due to high temperature processing. Our process preserves the benefits of whole fruit - whether it's tart cherries, wild blueberries, black raspberries or pomegranates - without extracting compounds and without turning the fruit into a less potent powder. Instead, Mother Nature's formula is trusted as being the best way to benefit from the fruits' inherent properties. The result is a superior fruit supplement product without added sugars, fillers or preservatives made from North American-grown premium fruit.
The early forerunner to FruitFast Softgels - developed by owner Bob Underwood - were powder cherry pills. In fact, his company was among the first to incorporate freeze dried and/or drum dried fruit powders into a vegetable capsule. But performance expectations were not satisfactory, so the company abandoned the powder pills and eventually formulated their new exclusive process, taking the technology to a higher level.
Certificates of Analysis
The Certificates of Analysis for FruitFast Softgels are posted on our website for your inspection. These lab reports show the analyte values of the products. Before purchasing any capsule - especially fruit or cherry powder pill products - make sure you review the Certificate of Analysis performed by an independent laboratory. It's your assurance of an accurate accounting of its properties.
Fruits such as apples, avocados, blueberries, dates, kiwi fruit, peaches, raspberries, figs, grapes, plums, strawberries, cherries, grapefruit and prunes contain naturally-occurring Salicylates that thin the blood. If you are taking a heart medication, please consult your doctor before using or purchasing a fruit supplement or product.