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SUN VALLEY, Idaho - June 5, 2014 - PRLog -- RAW MATERIALS
The life cycle of Kyäni’s products begin with raw materials—the Wild Alaskan Blueberry, the Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon, tocotrienols, and noni.
Harvesting Wild Alaskan Blueberries.
The Wild Alaskan Blueberries found in Kyäni Sunrise™ are hand picked in the late summer or early fall when ripe to ensure maximum nutrition and ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) scores. Pickers are required to wear clothing appropriate for rough terrain and high sanitation including gloves. The blueberries are only harvested once per year. Due to the delicate nature of the blueberries, they are immediately frozen as whole berries. Frozen blueberries are transported to the manufacturing facility in cardboard boxes with food grade liners in freezer containers.
Once delivered to the processing facility, the Wild Alaskan Blueberries are tested and then returned to the freezer until processing. The blueberries are certified USDA Organic with GMP (Good Manufacturing Policies). To prepare for processing, they are thawed overnight to create partially frozen slurry, which is then pureed, and dried.
Post-processing tests are also administered to confirm high quality requirements. A Certificate of Analysis (C of A) is produced to verify potency and purity of the product. This includes tests to verify it is free of contaminants and impurities. The C of A is shipped with the product to the manufacturer.

Harvesting Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon
The fish oil in Kyäni Sunset™ comes from Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon and other Wild Fish. These fish are harvested between January and April and hygienically conveyed to a fish oil processing plant.
Cooking and pressing the Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon and other Wild Fish initiates a physical separation of the oil and water in the fish, resulting in fish oil. The oil is then purified and cleansed to remove any impurities. Before the oil is approved, it undergoes laboratory analysis. The fish oil is MSC Certified (Marine Stewardship Council) and processed under the FDA’s HACCP (United States Food and Drug Administration’s Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) Program. Many other tests are performed throughout the process including sensory, color, taste, and temperature as well as testing for vitamins, heavy metals, toxins, etc.
The fish oil is transported and stored in liquid form in food grade containers.

Harvesting the Annatto Plant
The tocotrienols found in Kyäni Sunset™ are derived from the annatto plant (scientifically known as Bixa orellana). The annatto plant grows primarily in South America. The seeds grow inside a prickly, red-orange pod at the end of the annatto branch. A vivacious producer, the plant can produce as many as 270 kg of seeds.
To obtain the raw material tocotrienols used in Kyäni Sunset™, the annatto plant is batched, cut, collected, dried in the sun, and threshed. Batch records are generated to ensure quality.
Once received, the annatto plant undergoes a proprietary process that includes molecular distillation without the use of solvents. The product withstands high heat during manufacturing. The tocotrienols are then tested to ensure total tocotrienols by HPLC (high-performance liquid chromatography), physical and chemical characteristics, heavy metals, and microbiology. Samples are taken prior to, during, and after processing.

Harvesting the Noni Concentrate
Kyäni NitroFX™ and Kyäni NitroXtreme™ have been shown to stimulate the production of Nitric Oxide in the body. Noni is an abundant source of the nitrates that encourage the production of Nitric Oxide. Also known as Morinda citrifolia, noni is native to Southeast Asia. The noni tree grows 10-20 feet (3-6 meters) tall. The noni fruit is knobby and contains seeds. Unripe noni fruit is very green and hard; ripe noni fruit is a yellow-white color with a soft flesh. The root, bark, fruit, seeds, and leaves of this plant have been used extensively for medicinal purposes by ancient and modern healers.
The noni concentrate found in Kyäni NitroFX™ and Kyäni NitroXtreme™ comes from organic sources. After the noni fruit is hand picked, the noni concentrate undergoes a rigorous Quality Control process. It is extracted, concentrated, filtered, sterilized, standardized, dried, homogenized, and sifted. The raw material is then tested extensively for chemical and physical specifications, microbiology, sight, smell, taste, etc. An extensive C of A is provided. The noni concentrate is Certified Organic and Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) free. The raw material is then placed in 25 kg drums and kept cool and away from direct sunlight. Finally it is ready to be shipped to the manufacturer.

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Tags:Health, Home Business, Kyani, Supplements, Nutrition
Industry:Health, Home business
Location:Sun Valley - Idaho - United States
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