You might like to download our ebook, Superfoods and Kalari Crush on the Nutritional value of the ingredients in Kalari Crush. It is a detailed summary and points out just how unique our product really is and we hope that you’ll pass on the link to anyone you know who might be interested in improving their health.

Much of the information in our e-book comes from an Australian Government Report on research which was conducted independently of Kakadu International Pty Ltd. Please note that our company did not contribute any funding or support which may lead detractors to claim a bias in the results.

Here is a summary of the findings:

This report represents the first systematic evaluation of antioxidant capacity and the identification of its sources along with the presence of potentially bioactive phytochemicals and selected vitamins.

The science confirmed the overall antioxidant capacity of a number of wild foods at record levels and 11 of these foods are in Kalari Crush

The research also included an evaluation of minerals, focusing especially on those that protect human DNA against mutations that can lead to the development of a range of chronic diseases.

Australian species evaluated in this study exhibited superior antioxidant capacity as compared to the Blueberry standard, renowned worldwide as a health-promoting fruit.

And there was a new revelation, never before reported: In comparison to commonly consumed fruits that comprise predominantly hydrophilic (water soluble) antioxidants, Australian native foods contained antioxidant activity in both hydrophilic and lipophilic (fat soluble)  fractions. This suggests more comprehensive protection from oxidative stress and undoubtedly, more pronounced health benefits.

All of the evaluated plant species were found to contain vitamin E and folate. Rich sources of lutein, a compound essential for eye health are also present, as were magnesium, zinc and calcium, all important for the synthesis and self-repair of human DNA. Additionally, sources of valuable selenium were identified.