Vital and Young S.p.A. Releases MAQUI5000, a Natural Food Supplement Expected to Provide Unprecedented Levels of Human Cell Protection

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Vital and Young S.p.A. Releases MAQUI5000, a Natural Food Supplement

Expected to Provide Unprecedented Levels of Human Cell Protection

SANTIAGO, Chile, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Being able to

concentrate, direct, and then release enormous amounts of specific

types of power or energy from natural sources has been - for centuries

- a common precedent to the most impacting developments in humankind.

South Korea, a country with over 4,000 years of history, knows it

well.

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Vital and Young S.p.A., a Korean-controlled Chile-based R&D

corporation, just released MAQUI5000 @, an unprecedented natural food

supplement expecting to rapidly become the most powerful and effective

human cell protector and restorer ever known to date. This dietary

supplement is based on a combination of standardized extracts of maqui

berry fruit and grape fruit (seed/skin/pulp), produced under

proprietary processes.

"Our bodies and our organs, brain, eyes, heart, skin, lungs, etc.,

deteriorate because their cells deteriorate; very quickly. If we can

gain control over reducing the speed of cellular deterioration by

protecting them with the strongest natural shields, then we gain

control over reducing the speed of our bodies and organs

deterioration, commonly known as aging," stated Marco Ibarcena, the

Santiago-based Project Manager at Vital & Young. "We have sourced the

whole world in search of the most powerful fruit-based ingredients,

and the most advanced molecular isolation technologies, developed to

identify and extract only the 1-2% richest molecules of each fruit.

Now our maquiberry and grape ingredients travel from South America and

other regions to Italy and the U.S., are treated with those patented

technologies, and then come back to us in Chile to be formulated and

encapsulated. MAQUI5000 @ is an amazingly advanced yet 100% natural

product."

According to the most recent Certificate of Analysis from Brunswick

Labs, every 440 mg (one capsule) of MAQUI5000@ releases into the

organism 5,100 ORAC units of antioxidant power specifically against

Peroxyl Radicals (ROO) the most abundant free radical in the human

body; plus 17,800 ORAC units of antioxidant power combined against the

other four predominant Reactive Oxidant Species (ROS) in the body,

Hydroxyl Radicals, Superoxide Anion Radicals, Peroxynitrite and

Singlet Oxygen; plus 75% of Natural Total Polyphenols including the

highly valued Anthocyanins and Delphinidins components.

"We can't expect to have agile brains, sharper eyes, stronger hearts,

firmer skin, balanced blood levels, energized bodies or a younger

appearance, if we can't keep our cells healthy," concluded Mr.

Ibarcena.

MAQUI5000 @ is a registered trademark and a proprietary formula. Vital

and Young S.p.A. holds worldwide distribution rights. More information

at http://maqui5000.com.

Contact: Marco Ibarcena +56 2 2948 4448

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SOURCE Vital and Young S.p.A.

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