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Boost your Sports Formula with Ginnovay™ Black Currant Extract

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Boost your Sports Formula with Ginnovay™ Black Currant Extract

Beijing Gingko Group (BGG)​, the world leader in the production of authentic berry extracts announces expanded manufacturing and supply of Ginnovay™ Black Currant Extract to meet the surging demand for this exciting supplement.

Black currant extract has been used for centuries as a natural remedy to support a variety of health issues, but recent research has shown it has the potential to alleviate asthmatic symptoms1, decrease exercise induced oxidative stress2 and improve visual acuity and night vision. These health benefits are largely attributed to the naturally occurring anthocyanins. Ginnovay™ Black Currant Extract is available in a 10%, 25% or a 35% standardized anthocyanin content, guaranteed by HPLC testing.

Ginnovay™ Black Currant Extract is made using the finest European black currant fruit and processed using an advanced process that gently extracts the beneficial compounds for a truly authentic product with little to no solvent residues. “BGG purchases more high quality European fruit, such as bilberry, lingonberry and black currant, than any other manufacturer. Our buying power gives us the first pick of the harvest, the lowest prices, uninterrupted supply and ultimately, the ability to deliver the highest value products to our customers”, states BGG N.A.’s President, Jay Lee, Ph.D., M.D.

BGG invites customers to take advantage of BGG’s superior quality, scientific support, domestic inventory, and ultimately, superior value. Contact us today for more information!

1 S.M. Hurst, et al (2009) “Blackcurrant proanthocyanidins augment IFN-gamma-induced suppression of IL-4 stimulated CCL26 secretion in alveolar epithelial cells” Molecular Nutrition and Food Research
2 Lyall KA, et al (2009) “Short-term blackcurrant extract consumption modulates exercise-induced oxidative stress and lipopolysaccharide-stimulated inflammatory responses.” Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2009 Jul;297(1):R70-81. Epub 2009 Apr 29.

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