Acai Berry, a Super Food

The acai berry is a dark purple nutrition packed fruit. For years, it has been touted as the food to eat and even a “super food” by some experts. Originating from the Central and South American rain forests, it has finally found its way north and the demand for this phenom fruit has taken off. For centuries natives of those areas have been enjoying its tasty flavor and myriad of health benefits. Initially using it to solve only minor digestive issues they soon came to discover new benefits that include, supporting the immune system against sickness, supporting the body’s ability to reduce the storing of fat and an overall improvement of Vitality. Simply put, they found that those who ate more of the acai berry were healthier. Accredited as one of their most valuable food providing plants, it continues to bring good health to them and now to the rest of the world.

In the 1950’s scientists studying the area took note of the exceptional good health of the rainforest’s residents. This was not all that common considering poor nutrition typically followed those that were less educated. Within a short time, the berry was brought to the states for further research. Findings, although extremely favorable, failed to reach the general public. There was no significant need or demand for a “super food” as health and nutrition was less popular. By the 1990’s word leaked out and the berry began to become better accepted and understood in the general public. Nutrition experts began to appreciate the discovery and helped promote its benefits in publications and throughout the internet.

Why acai over other nutritionally strong food sources? Acai has all the nutrients of most fruits, but also hosts an array of unique, body loving chemicals found in no other plant on the planet. Recent studies have shown that, unlike some of its rival fare, our bodies readily absorb the berry’s essential properties and use them to aid in the rejuvenation process. Simply put, the vitamins and minerals found in acai berry are likely to find root and do the job they were meant to do… supporting overall good health.
In addition to these critical components, the acai berry is packed full of antioxidants. Serving as nature’s most powerful defenders against the ever present, disease causing free radicals, antioxidants neutralize these harmful agents and reverse their effects. Think of antioxidants as scavengers devouring the toxins that cause us to age early or become sick. Warriors helping to fight off disease, they bring about an overall healthier way of being. Acai is a solid, immune boosting fruit that is necessary considering the vast amounts of sicknesses and diseases that our society faces each day.

Listed on the Dr. Oz ‘Anti-aging Checklist’, the acai berry has been named one of the best all-naturaltools in the fight to slow the aging process. The “Beauty Berry”, nicknamed by the Brazilians, earns its title for its ability to make the body feel and look better from the inside out. Because of its high levels of amino acids, omega fatty acids and antioxidants, it is able to help boost the immune system and increase the metabolic function of our bodies.

By making acai a part of your daily diet, you are easily providing your body with many of the critical vitamins, minerals and antioxidants it requires to function at its optimal level. As natives of the rainforest have found, you will experience a greater sense of well-being and overall good health. And, like these people you too will come to claim it as one of your most valuable food source allies. But be careful, there are many “counterfeit” acai products out there that dilute the extract, or even worse, do not contain any acai at all. Choose professional grade and avoid those that are sitting on a shelf at your grocery store. Your health may depend on it.

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  1. • Cancer Prevention In a noted clinical study carried out at the University of Florida, acai berries were even found to kill cancer cells. Published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, this study shows that acai berries were associated with a self-destruct response in 86% of the cancer cells tested—potentially a seminal development in the fight against cancer.

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