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Pure Blackcurrant Recovery

RRP $44.90

$39.75

PURE Blackcurrant Recovery is a concentrated powder made from real New Zealand Ben Ard blackcurrants.

100% New Zealand blackcurrants
The equivalent of over 30 blackcurrants in every serving
150mg of anthocyanins per serve
Good source of Vitamin C
200g pouch is equivalent to over 1kg of fresh blackcurrants

When taken as directed and in conjunction with a healthy & varied diet, the naturally high levels of Vitamin C in blackcurrants help your recovery as it supports... read more

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  • DESCRIPTION
  • NUTRITION

Pure Blackcurrant Recovery – New Zealand blackcurrants contain anthocyanins. Anthocyanins give blackcurrants their deep purple colour. We use New Zealand blackcurrant berries and freeze dry them. We then mill the blackcurrants down to a fine concentrated powder that is full of flavour and vitality.

When taken as directed and in conjunction with a healthy & varied diet, the naturally high levels of Vitamin C in blackcurrants help your recovery as it supports immunity and blood vessel structure and function. Vitamin C also contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, so you can stay on top of your game.

CONTENTS: Each 200g pouch of PURE Blackcurrant Recovery powder contains 33 serves (serving size is 1 heaped teaspoon).

SUGGESTED USE:

• For general wellbeing mix 1 heaped teaspoon with an adequate intake of fluid (water, juice or smoothie) and mix well in a glass or shaker. Try it hot or cold!

• For sport & exercise mix 1 heaped teaspoon with an adequate intake of fluid (water, juice or smoothie) and mix well in a glass, bottle or shaker.

For further reading:

“New research highlights sports recovery potential in blackcurrants”, NZ Plant & Food Research, June 2009

“New Zealand blackcurrant extract improves cycling performance and fat oxidisation in cyclists”, European Journal of Applied Physiology, November 2015

“New Zealand blackcurrant extract improves high-intensity intermittent running”, International Journal of Sports Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism, October 2015

“University lecturer to present effects of [New Zealand] blackcurrants on athletes at international conference”, University of Chichester, June 2014