I-pulse is an Acai berry based concentrate in the form of juice. It was developed by NASA – AS-10. I-Pulse also contains the juices of fourteen other fruits (cherries, white grapes, concord grapes, pineapple, apple, banana, pomegranate, orange, pear, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, mulberries and kiwi) making it a healthy anti-oxidant drink.

The main ingredient of this juice is the Acai berry a Brazilian “super fruit” native to the Amazon region where they’re a staple food. I Pulse is made with a unique blend of antioxidants (quercetin, gallic acid, ellagic acid, cyanidins, ellagitannins, stilbenes and anthocyanins), essential carbohydrates blended with lipids and protein, minerals like calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron and silica, and energizing compounds.


What are the benefits of IPulse? 

There are several benefits if I-pulse drink they include:

Good source of antioxidants: I-pulse contains lots of antioxidants which are important because they neutralize the damaging effects of free radicals throughout the body. If free radicals are not neutralized by antioxidants, they can damage cells and lead to a number of diseases including diabetes, cancer and heart disease.

The acai berries in I-pulse have an incredibly high amount of antioxidants, edging out other antioxidant-rich fruits like blueberries and cranberries. The antioxidant content of foods is typically measured by an Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) score. In the case of acai, 100 grams of frozen pulp has an ORAC of 15,405, whereas the same amount of blueberries has a score of 4,669 .

Help you fight cardiovascular disease: Hypertensive heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death associated with high blood pressure. It refers to a group of disorders that includes heart failure, ischemic heart disease, and left ventricular hypertrophy (excessive thickening of the heart muscle). High cholesterol is linked with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease that can include coronary heart disease, stroke, and peripheral vascular disease. High cholesterol has also been tied to diabetes and high blood pressure.

Studies have suggested that acai based concentrate like I-pulse could help improve cholesterol levels by decreasing total and LDL cholesterol. A 2011 study had 10 overweight adults eat acai smoothies twice daily for one month. Overall, they had lower total and “bad” LDL cholesterol at the end of the study.

I-pulse may have a possible anti-cancer effect: While no one food is a magic shield against cancer, some foods like I-pulse are known to stop cancer cells from forming and spreading. Studies have revealed this sort of anti-cancer effect in acai. Researchers have concluded that acai based food like I-pulse could have a role in treating cancer in the future, yet more research is needed, including in humans.

I-pulse can help with exercise-induced muscle injury: Results of a study published in 2015 suggests that consuming acai berry based juice like I-pulse for 6 weeks did not improve the sprint performance of seven athletes. However, it was linked to an increase in plasma antioxidant activity, serum lipid profiles improved, and it appeared to help with exercise-induced muscle injury.

I-pulse could boost brain function

The many plant compounds in acai could also protect your brain from damage as you age. The antioxidants in acai counteract the damaging effects of inflammation and oxidation in brain cells, which can negatively affect memory and learning. One of the ways in which the brain stays healthy is by cleaning up cells that are toxic or no longer working, a process known as autophagy. It makes way for new nerves to form, enhancing communication between brain cells.


What are the side effects of IPulse drink? 

When taken by mouth: IPulse  drink is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth and appropriately for short-term (for up to 3 months). Side effects of using IPulse have not been reported. However, there is potential for an allergic reaction to occur. The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine reports that if you are allergic to any foods from the palm or Arecaceae family of plants, such as dates or coconuts, you should avoid acai berries.

In addition, drinking raw acai juice has been linked to outbreaks of a disease called American trypanosomiasis or Chagas Disease. Also Read: Benefits of Black Carrot Extract

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