So, What’s So Amazing About Acai Berries? A LOT

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The acai berry is a well known rainforest remedy from the Amazon in Brazil. It comes from the acai tree that is native to the Amazon rainforest region. It grows over 50 feet in height and produces small dark berries that are deep purple in color. Brazilian natives know very well  the healing properties of the acai berry that they discovered thousands of years ago. They learned quickly that it boosted their energy when it was eaten regularly. It also has an extraordinarily high nutritional value that has been known historically to have sustained the lives of the natives of the Amazon during times of famine.

They have nicknamed this amazing superfruit the “Beauty Berry” for its many compounds that make the body both look and feel better, starting from the inside to the outside. It provides a combination of antioxidants, amino acids and omega fatty acids. These are all known to help slow the aging process. This happens by boosting the immune and metabolic functions and also by removing destructive free radicals from our bodies.

Acai has a range of unique plant chemical compounds found in no other fruit on the planet.

It also comes as a surprise to many that this little acai berry actually has more grams of protein than an egg. This and when combined with its list of omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids, acai has been shown to improve the texture and appearance of your hair, skin and nails.

Your body will likely feel the effects after just one week of nourishing it with acai berry. Adding the Amazon’s most potent super berry into your daily health regimen will make you feel more energy than you have in years!


One thought on “So, What’s So Amazing About Acai Berries? A LOT

    Acai Berry Nutrition Facts | Acai berry insights said:
    November 20, 2013 at 7:12 am

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