Each capsule contains:
Acai berry dried powder 500mg
(Equivalent to fresh Acai berries 29,000mg). Please note that there are 150 capsules in each bottle.
This product contains encapsulating aids.
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Adults Take 2 capsules 2 to 3 times daily, or as professionally recommended.
Seek professional health advice if pregnant, lactating, suffering from a medical condition or taking medication before supplementing.
Amazonian fruit Super Acai rich in antioxidants
Acai (pronounced: Ah-sah-ee) is a rainforest berry that grows on Euterpe oleracea palm trees in the Amazon basin. This dark purple berry has a fruity taste with a hint of chocolate. For centuries the local inhabitants have used the berry as a staple part of their diet to boost energy levels, build the immune system and support the body’s defences against pathogens.
Over the last decade the berry has become popular in the coastal cities of Brazil, and acai smoothies are now central to Brazilian beach culture. In particular, the berry is eaten by fitness enthusiasts and athletes for its energising and detoxifying properties. Before long, Brazilians were exporting acai either as a frozen pulp or dried.
With high levels of antioxidants and cholesterol-balancing fatty acids, the
Amazonian acai berry has been hailed as the new ‘superfood’. Manufacturers are adding acai to food and drinks as part of a growing trend towards healthier eating.
Acai is a rich source of a class of polyphenolic flavonoids called anthocyanins, which are the same antioxidants that give wine its health benefits.
In summary, acai berries are high in antioxidants that protect the body against free radical damage. The antioxidant compounds in acai are able to enter human cells in a fully functional form and perform free radical scavenging actions in human plasma. Acai has been valued as a superfood that contains significant amounts of nutrients and supports the normalisation of health and well being.
Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare practitioner
You should know that nutritional information contained here is based on research literature and published knowledge on nutrition.
Any nutritional suggestions should not be taken as medical advice.
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