Exotic Reds & Blues Supplement PEScience
Exotic Reds & Blues Supplement PEScience
Exotic Reds & Blues Supplement PEScience

Exotic Reds & Blues

Regular price $29.99
Exotic Reds & Blues takes a unique approach in delivering not just "reds", but also the powerful "blues and purples", yielding a wide-spectrum of antioxidants. We don't only use common fruits, but instead include many exotic fruits that most people will have a hard time incorporating into their everyday diet. Reds and blues typically get their color from a class of antioxidants known as anthocyanins and carotenoids, but limiting your supplement to just one color of fruit only gives you a fraction of the antioxidants that exist across multiple colored-fruits.
Serving Size 1 scoop (5.1g)
Servings per Container 30

Amount per Serving
myo-inositol 2,000 mg *
Reds & Blues Blend 3,000 mg *
Freeze-dried strawberry powder, blueberry juice powder, freeze-dried maqui berry powder, MicroDried cranberry powder, freeze-dried pomegranate juice powder, jabuticaba juice powder, MicroDried beet root powder, freeze-dried dragon fruit powder, MicroDried aronia fruit powder, freeze-dried acai powder
Concentrated Antioxidant Blend 130 mg *
Acerola fruit juice powder, pomegranate fruit extract, blueberry fruit extract, grape seed extract, acai fruit extract, turmeric root extract

* Percent Daily Value Not Established

Calories: 10 (from <3g net carbohydrates)

Other ingredients: monk fruit extract, calcium silicate, silicon dioxide

DIRECTIONS: Mix 1 scoop with 6-8oz water or flavored beverage. Product may clump over time and is normal for freeze-dried fruit powders. Break apart inside the bag before scooping. Mixes great with our Greens & Superfoods!

*Vitamin/Mineral amounts below are estimated. As a natural product, values can change depending on time harvested.

Calcium5.1 mg
Iron0.5 mg
Magnesium0.4 mg
Potassium21 mg
Vitamin A4.8 mcgRAE

Full spectrum antioxidants. Packed with micronutrients.

Our Difference


Red colored fruits are popular for their high micronutrient value, coming from a class of antioxidants called carotenoids and
anthocyanins. Those focused on micronutrient health look beyond just getting their daily vitamins and minerals, and look for key micronutrients, antioxidants and cofactors found in fruits and vegetables.


Similar to reds, blue and purple colored fruits are packed with their own micronutrients, mainly coming from a class of antioxidants called polyphenols as well as anthocyanins. If you are focused on micronutrient intake, consuming only red colored fruits won't cover a very wide spectrum compared to getting both reds & blues.


Sometimes referred to as vitamin B8, inositol occurs naturally in many fresh fruits and has been a heavy focus of research in both men and women. Inositol is important for brain health, along with fertility health in women. We provide a full 2,000mg serving in every scoop.

Exotic fruits

We recognize that some people have no problem at all getting in plenty of micronutrients from red and blue colored fruits every day, but we wanted to add value to everyone's daily diet. Along with myo-inositol, we also chose to include a variety of fruit-based sources that are not as easy to find on grocery store shelves. See below for a quick breakdown of some of the ingredients in Exotic Reds & Blues.

Freeze-Dried Maqui Berry - rich in anthocyanins and contains many other bioactive compounds like delphinidin, malvidin, petunidin, cyanidin, coumarins, triterpenes and flavonoids.

Aronia - one of the highest concentrations of antioxidants among fruits in North America, packed with phenols and polyphenols.

Jabuticaba Juice - packed with anthocyanins like its cousin fruits in the deep purple family, and provides a unique antioxidant known as jaboticabin.

Freeze Dried Dragon Fruit - known for its rich color due to its phenols and betalains.

Acerola Juice - from the cherry family, this fruit contains bioflavonoids like kaempferol, quercetin and rutin, along with carotenoids such as lutein and beta-carotene.

Household Fruits - We didn't forget the favorites, like freeze-dried strawberry, blueberry juice, acai, cranberry, and pomegranate.