Acai Berry is an amazing superfood

Taken regularly Acai Berry does wonders for you skin, hair and metabolism.

With new buzzwords appearing almost every day you could be forgiven for dismissing this one as just another marketing ploy. But more and more ordinary people in the UK and the rest of the world are beginning to realize that the saying, You are what you eat, taps into a deep level of basic common sense.

Food is the fuel we put into the organic machines that we call our bodies, and it stands to reason that the best way to keep our most precious and vital possession running at optimum efficiency is to provide it with the nourishment it needs – not only to work smoothly, but to repair the damage sustained simply by living in the 21st century. But first we’d better define what we mean by Superfoods.

To put it simply, Superfoods are NATURAL FOODS so packed with goodness that, when combined with a balanced lifestyle, they have been found to boost levels of health and vitality without the need for chemically produced drugs or supplements.

So where does the Acai Berry fit in to all this?

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The Acai Berry is more than a rich source of antioxidants. Acai berries contain high levels of anthocyanins. These protect foods from harmful free radicals that develop as a result of exposure to UV light and the process of metabolism.

Anthocyanins not only help to conserve antioxidant levels in foods, but they continue to do this in the body after they are eaten. The benefits of drinking a daily glass of red wine for its anthocyanin content are put in the shade by this amazing berry, which actually contains anything from 10 to 30 times more anthocyanins.

And what about the Acai Berry Diet and weightloss?

This amazing fruit has quite magical properties. Its pulp contains very powerful antioxidants that help in cleansing your system, leading to weight loss in many cases.

004When your digestive system is kept clean it results in regular bowel movements leading to weight loss. It also has properties that can increase your metabolic rate which can result in a person consuming this fruit, burning far more calories than he/she would otherwise normally burn.

Acai can also help by keeping sugar fattening properties at bay which means that in moderation you can enjoy your favorite foods while on an Acai Berry Diet.

But that’s not all…

  • Acai berries are rich in amino acids and protein.
  • The Acai berry contains 19 different amino acids. These help with the growth, repair, and maintenance of body tissues. As your body can only supply 11 of these, the rest have to come from your diet.
  • Acai berries contain vitamins B1, B2, B3, C and E, supplying just as much vitamin C as blueberries.
    And for every 100 grams of Acai, you’re benefitting from more than 1000 IU of Vitamin A.
  • Acai also contains essential minerals: potassium, calcium, copper, magnesium, and zinc.
  • Acai berries are especially rich in omega fats, providing a healthy quantity of unsaturated fats, including Omega-3, Omega-6, and Omega-9.
  • Acai berries contain three different plant sterols – B-sitosterol, campesterol and sigmasterol. These help to keep your heart healthy, as well as assisting digestive function.

And last, but not least…

Every 100 grams of Acai berries contains nearly 45 grams of fibre to speed digestive transit and keep your system working smoothly.

I had been looking to give Acai a go for some time but I wanted to say that I am glad I did so with you. Hassle free service and a great product that I have already recommended to friends.
- A Burne, Southampton

We think the Acai is one Super Berry!

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Pure Acai featured in the Daily Mail
“From palm trees in the Amazon rainforest comes the latest fad diet to take Hollywood by storm – the acai berry.

The acai (pronounced ah-sigh-ee) has been dubbed ‘botox in a bottle’ or ‘youthberry’ because of its amazing ability for dramatic weight loss.”
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“Research has shown that the antioxidants present in acai are uniquely powerful – 50 times greater than mangoes, more than five times greater than in blueberries and almost twice as much as pomegranates.”

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“Acai is also the ultimate superfruit, its reddish skin containing anthocyanins (plant chemicals that neutralise the ‘free radicals’ associated with disease and ageing) and other antioxidants. Weight for weight, acai contains 60 per cent more antioxidants than the acclaimed pomegranate.”

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“Acai, a purple wonder-berry which has twice the cancer-beating antioxidants of blueberries, is already a fashionable food in the United States, where scientists recently found it destroyed four-fifths of cancer cells.”

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“Some people call it the youthberry, others call it Botox in a bottle. Either way, it’s important you learn how to pronounce acai (ah-sigh-eee), because it looks like it’s going to be big this year.”

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“Studies show that this little berry is one of the most nutritious and powerful foods in the world! Acai is the high energy berry of a special Amazon palm tree. Harvested in the rainforests of Brazil, acai tastes like a vibrant blend of berries and chocolate.”

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“A favourite ingredient with smoothie aficionados, this purple berry, native to the Amazon rainforest, is said to be particularly high in a group of antioxidants called anthocyanins, which can have a beneficial effect on heart health.”

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