BREATHE — Soupure


Tropical papaya is packed with Vitamin A, papain, and antioxidants to invigorate and rebuild your lungs, heart, stomach, colon, digestive, and immune system. This powerful formula scrubs your blood cholesterol and provides restorative electrolyte support post-workout or any time of day. 

As the tropical food of champions, pineapple features a unique digestive enzyme known as bromelain found in the more fibrous areas of the fruit’s core and stem. But don’t worry … we don’t press it out! This digestive wonder pairs with Vitamin C and Vitamin B1 to boost immunity function. As a yellow fruit, it is also chock full of carotenoids to naturally ward off eye disease.

A champion of heart health, papaya’s antioxidant properties interrupt the formation of hardened plaque responsible for clogging arteries and contributing to heart disease. Its fibrous structure binds to common colon toxins and is rich in lycopene and carotenes, nutrients commonly associated with a reduced risk of colon and prostate cancers if consumed on a regular basis. High in folic acid and beta-carotenoids, inflammatory conditions such as degenerative arthritis are improved. May boost immunity against recurrent colds and flu. Excellent source of Vitamins A, C, and folate. 

Packed with phytonutrients, fennel contains volatile oil components strong enough to possibly inhibit signaling processes that contribute to dangerous tumor growth and protect the liver. Excellent source of Vitamin C for neutralizing free radicals and antimicrobial effects to enhance immune function. 

As nature’s own cocktail, coconut water provides a favorable ratio of naturally occurring sugar, potassium, and sodium to hydrate the system with full flavor. 

Lemons contain most of the known vitamins and minerals, and the phytochemical limonene, which increases the level of enzymes that detoxify carcinogens. The concentrations of citric acid and other vitamins make these citrus fruits also well suited for relieving jaundice, menorrhagia and the symptoms of gastric or peptic ulcers.