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Frequently Asked Questions


Why did Saba Choose Pouches Over Glass Bottles?

There are many reasons that polymer pouches were selected over glass for distributing Saba products. Here are just a handful of those considerations: (1) It’s an FDA-approved material that protects against leaking; (2) Using polymer instead of glass helps reduced breakage when shipped; (3) The new packaging is simple to use and provides a valuable go-anywhere option for consumers with an active lifestyle and travel schedule; and (4) It allows us to capitalize on state-of-the-art packaging technology.

What is Saba’s ORAC value?

69.32 µmoleTE/oz.

What is the Saba Borojo Weight Loss ORAC?

253.74 µmoleTE/oz.

What is ORAC?

ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity. USDA researchers at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts, have developed a new laboratory test to measure the oxygen radical absorption capacity of foods and natural substances. Known as the ORAC scale, it is one of the most sensitive and reliable methods for measuring antioxidant capacity. The first test of its kind, the measure gauges both the time and degree of free-radical inhibition.

All antioxidant capacity measures are estimated by Ferric Reducing Power and are expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent (TE) per 100 grams (µTE/100 g). The ORAC test is accurate to +/- 5%.

Do I continue to take Saba when I start taking Saba Borojo Weight Loss formula?

It is safe and recommended that you take both products for maximum benefit.

Is Saba safe for children?

Yes. Saba is a pomegranate/fruit-based supplement with natural adaptogens added. Saba is as safe as eating an apple. It is recommended that children only take Saba Borojo Weight Loss under the care of a physician. For children under two (2) years of age, consult a physician.

What is Borojo?

Borojo is a very popular fruit grown in the Amazon region and Central American countries, including rainy regions of Panama, Ecuador and Columbia. Because of its high protein content, it is rich in essential amino acids. The fruit is green in color and contains a brown pulp that is very dense.

Why use borojo fruit instead of pomegranate for the weight-loss formula?

The key attribute of borojo is its powerful amino acid content. Amino acids are essential, as they are the building blocks comprising proteins that are vital to life and very important to healthy weight-loss.

Does Saba Borojo Weight Loss formula contain any pomegranate juice?

Yes. There is a small amount of pomegranate juice as well as other fruit juices in the Saba Borojo Weight Loss formula



 Michael J Wilson
Email: mwilson26@cox.net