At Paradise we have spent years developing and perfecting products that retain the true essence and natural balance of nature in a form that is safe and effective for even the most sensitive of individuals.
Our core philosophy is based on seven standards of excellence: Quality, Purity, Potency, Efficacy, Safety, Sustainability and Value.
Our on going commitment and innovation for these standards is reflected in everything we do.
We are continually dedicated to sourcing and formulating premium, ultra pure products that meet the highest standards of excellence.
Ultra Absorption + Highest Quality
Unlike tablets that contain binders, fillers, magnesium stearate or stearic acid (which may inhibit absorption), our vegetarian caps dissolve quickly in the digestive tract.
In addition we provide the active, readily usable forms of vitamin B2, B6 and B12 while using the most soluble and absorbable mineral chelates as (Krebs) bound to citrate aspartate-malate.
Nature Synergized With Real Whole-Food Goodness
Paradise ORAC Energy Multi-One is truly a Nature Synergized Superfood.
Our technology uses real whole-food goodness paired with vitamins, minerals, probiotics and herbs to go beyond mere deficiencies and help support overall whole system health.
Based on the original ORAC Energy Greens formula, just one vegetarian capsule gives you the antioxidant power of 7 servings of fruits and vegetables while supporting sustained energy, focus, concentration, vitality, immunity and well-being.
Paradise affirms its commitment to innovation and leadership in the antioxidant market by delivering a patented formula that attacks the full range of free radicals.
Free radicals are reactive species that can have adverse effects on normal physiological functions.
Studies associate the five major types of free radicals hydroxyl, peroxyl, peroxynitrite singlet oxygen and superoxide anion with a wide range of degenerative health conditions.
Antioxidants function as vital line of defense against free radicals by blocking their attack on DNA, vital proteins, lipids and amino acids.
The previous ORAC assay industry-standard test could only measure antioxidant activity on one of the five types of free radicals, the peroxyl radical.
Fortunately, recent technology has resulted in a comprehensive new testing method call the Total ORAC assay which is now possible to target and measure the effects of antioxidants on all five types of free radicals or the full range of major free radicals found in the body.