Friday, June 18, 2010

Kosher Vivix vs Vivix the Difference

I've got this question about Shaklee's Resveratrol Anti-Aging Tonic more than once, so here is your answer straight from Shaklee's Field Communication Staff.

The primary polyphenol source in the Kosher Polyphenol blend is pomegranate, rather than muscadine grape as contained in Vivix. Both product formulations contain 100 mg of 98% pure resveratrol, as well as a significant level of additional non-resveratrol polyphenols from the Rejuvetrol or Kosher Polyphenol blends. In laboratory studies, the ingredients in both Vivix and Kosher Vivix have been shown to impact key mechanisms of cellular aging.

Due to processing issues, we have not been able to create a kosher Vivix formulation that contains the muscadine grape, a nonkosher ingredient. In accordance with kosher law, a rabbi would need to be present during all of the various stages of production, including the pressing of the grapes at harvest. This timescale, along with the complexity of the specific production processes needed, precludes offering a kosher product that includes the muscadine grape.



I've also gotten asked about the sugar content in Vivix (Shaklee's Resveratrol Anti-Aging Tonic)

Here again is your answer from Shaklee Field Communications:

Vivix contains 2.5 grams of carbohydrate sugars from sorbitol in the Vivix one teaspoon serving
size.

For comparison, an ordinary glass of milk provides about 12 grams of carbohydrate sugars, a glass of orange juice about 22 grams, and an ordinary banana contains about 26 grams of carbohydrate sugars-more than 10 times the amount in a serving of Vivix. While diabetics need to
consult with their doctor about diet, sorbitol is slowly metabolized and would not be expected to significantly affect blood sugar levels. It can be used as an alternative to sugar by diabetics on the advice of their health care provider.

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