Nature’s Sunshine has harvested the most healthful fruits and nutritional supplements from around the world and combined them into one delicious, nutritious juice: Thai-Go with Pericarp Extract.
Thai-Go™ beats Xango™ better than 2 to 1. It also beats MangoXan™ by 3 to 1 in Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC).
Thai-Go ORAC Value is over 50,000
Tests done at Brunswick Laboratories verify the superiority of Thai-Go’s antioxidant levels!
Compare Prices with Xango (Based on Purchase of Four (4) 25 oz. bottles)
|Minimum Order||4 bottles||2 bottles|
|Membership Fee to Buy Wholesale||$35||Not Required|
|Wholesale Price||$100.00||$103.90 for 4|
|Sales Tax||Yes in 50 states||In 6 states only|
|Total Cost for 4 Bottles||$148 plus tax||$112.40 for 4
plus tax in CA, KS, MA, OK, TX, WI, UT
Thai-Go contains ingredients rich in bioflavonoids and antioxidants. Bioflavonoids enhance vitamin C absorption and help maintain collagen and capillary walls. They also aid in the body’s defense system. Antioxidants scavenge damaging free radicals and benefit virtually every organ and body system. Thai-Go delivers a punch of antioxidant protection with a high ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) value.
Among Thai-Go’s key ingredients is mangosteen, a fruit found in eastern tropical countries such as Thailand. Mangosteen fruit and pericarp (peel) contain the greatest known supply of compounds called xanthones, which offer powerful immune and cardiovascular support.
• Enhances the immune system.
• Supports the cardiovascular system.
• Promotes energy.
Nature’s Sunshine Products Advantage
Nature’s Sunshine carefully researched ingredients high in antioxidant activity and selected only the best for this formula. In a study conducted by an independent laboratory, Thai-Go clearly outperformed other leading competitors in ORAC capacity (a measure of a product’s antioxidant strength).1 The extract of mangosteen fruit and pericarp significantly contributes to Thai-Go’s high xanthone content.
Antioxidants are getting increasing attention from the scientific community. Promising studies have led the USDA to state, “Eating plenty of high-ORAC fruits and vegetables – such as spinach and blueberries – may help slow the processes associated with aging in both body and brain.”
Xanthones have also attracted attention from scientists and researchers who are discovering that these compounds support the immune, structural and digestive systems, and the brain and the skin.
Ingredients – A Fruitful Blend
Thai-Go contains mangosteen, mangosteen fruit and pericarp extract, wolfberry, sea buckthorn, red grapes, grape seeds, grape skins, raspberries, blueberries, apple extract, and green tea. Mangosteen is the most abundant ingredient in this proprietary blend.
• Mangosteen Fruit Juice contains antioxidants and xanthones – compounds that offer immune and cardiovascular benefits. This tropical fruit is highly praised for its luscious flavor while offering one of the greatest known supplies of xanthones. Two of the most beneficial xanthones are alpha mangostin and gamma mangostin. These compounds have been shown to be antibiotic, antiviral, antifungal and anti-inflammatory with histamine-blocking actions.
• Wolfberry Lycium Fruit Extract contains a wide variety of phytonutrients such as amino acids, polysaccharides, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, which enhance the immune system and protect against cellular damage. These berries are used in China as a blood, liver and kidney tonic.
• Sea Buckthorn Fruit Extract – The wholesome berries of sea buckthorn contain trace amounts of vitamins A and E as well as superoxide dismutase (a powerful antioxidant), minerals, flavonoids, and amino acids to help the body use oxygen effectively and increase energy. The berries are very high in vitamin C and have been used to enhance the immune system’s ability to resist infection.
• Red Grapes contain heart-protecting compounds such as anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, quercetin, and resveratrol.
• Resveratrol is a polyphenolic phytoalexin, a chemical compound that acts as an antibiotic in plants that are under attack by foreign organisms. Resveratrol is produced by several plants and is found in the skin of grapes; in peanuts; in berries of the Vaccinium species, including blueberries, bilberries and cranberries; in some pines, such as Scots pine and the eastern white pine; and in the roots and stalks of giant knotweed (Polygonum sachalinense) and Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica, Polygonum cuspidatum, Reynoutria japonica).
Previous studies have indicated that resveratrol may extend the lifespan of some non-mammalian animals such as yeast, worms and vertebrate fish. Recent research led by investigators at Harvard Medical School and the National Institute on Aging found that resveratrol increased the lifespan and the quality of life in obesity. Resveratrol also reversed nearly all of the bodily changes found on high-calorie diets, including those associated with diabetes, heart disease and other significant diseases related to obesity.
According to scientists, these are positive clinical indicators and show that resveratrol may safely reduce many of the negative consequences of excess caloric intake, with an overall improvement in health and survival. It is believed that resveratrol may activate SIRT1, a gene associated with longevity.
It’s important to note that these studies examined the benefits of isolated resveratrol and the benefits associated with the consumption of wine may not be as significant. The resveratrol content of wine is highly dependent on the grape type, climate and practices used to make the wine. Unfermented grape juice does not contain resveratrol.
However, scientists have long known that a moderate intake of alcohol and red wine. in particular, is associated with a lowered risk of heart disease and other benefits. It is believed that the “French paradox,” or the fact that people in France enjoy a high-fat diet yet suffer less heart disease than Americans, may be attributed to the consumption of resveratrol in wine.
• Red Raspberries – Anthocyanins, naturally found in raspberries, give the fruit strong antioxidant potential.
• Blueberries have gained the attention of late as being among the easy-to-find fruits with the highest antioxidant levels. They are rich in anthocyanins which have a protective effect against free radical damage to the eyes and blood vessels.
• Apple Extract taken from immature apples contains heart-protecting phenols.
• Decaffeinated Green Tea Leaves Extract offers antioxidant protection and is lauded by the Japanese for increasing longevity due to the polyphenols in green tea leaves.
Take one ounce (2 tablespoons) twice daily.