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With 10 times the antioxidants of grapes and twice the antioxidants of blueberries, the Brazilian Acai berry (AH-sci-EE) is considered to have the best nutritional value of any fruit on earth.

The health benefits are simply amazing. With the symmetry of a grape and the size of a giant blueberry, the Acai fruit tastes a bit like wild raspberry with a hint of grape. Most people have trouble putting their finger on the taste because it's so different.

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The Acai Berry is truly a wonderful plant. Acai Berries grow on an Amazon Palm Tree and have been prized for hundreds of years by Brazilian natives for their ability to provide a sense of strength, energy, and a high nutritional content. Acai Berries are high in essential fatty acids & omegas -- 60% Oleic omega 9 - a monounsaturated essential fatty acid which helps to lower LDL (harmful cholesterol), while maintaining HDL (beneficial cholesterol). 12% Linoleic (omega 6) - a polyunsaturated essential fatty acid which has also been found to lower LDL, while maintaining HDL. Acai also contains many valuable Phytosterols. Sterols are compounds of plant cell membranes providing numerous benefits to the Human body, namely the reduction of blood plasma cholesterol. Map of Brazil
The Acai Berry is a dense source of a particular class of flavonoids called anthocyanins. Acai Berry's ORAC value (a measure of its antioxidant properties), is higher than any other edible berry on the planet. The remarkable concentration of antioxidants also helps combat premature aging and the Acai Berry is also an excellent source of dietary fiber!

The Acai Palm is a tall slender South American (concentrated in Brazil, Guyana, Suriname) palm grown for its fruit as well as for the "cabbage" (the cluster of new leaves more commonly called the "heart of palm"). It prefers swampy areas, and grows quickly.

The fronds were (and still are) used for thatching and weaving. Each Acai palm tree produces small deep purple, almost black, fruit (berries) in groups of 3-8 per bunch. The fruit is edible, and its pulp is used in wines, liqueurs, as flavoring, as colorant, and on its own as a juice.

Current (Western) Use - Acai is currently being tested not only for its health properties, but as a dyeing or contrasting agent in the human body in preparation for MRI scans of the gastrointestinal tract.

Other Facts about Acai:

  • Acai is a dense source of particular class of flavonoids called anthocyanins (red-blue phenols with potent antioxidant properties).
  • Anthocyanins are a group of phytochemicals in red wine thought to contribute to the "French paradox", i, e. France has one of the lowest incidences of heart disease of any westernized society despite a prevalence of smoking and a diet high in saturated fat and cholesterol. Acai pulp contains 10-30 times the anthocyanins of red wine per equal volume.
  • The primary anthocyanin in .Acai is cyanidin-3 glucoside, Cyanidin-3- glucoside has been found to be 3.5 times stronger than Trolox (vitamin E analogue) and the predominate anthocyanin found in red wine (nalvadin-3-glucoside) in an ORAC analysis (measure of antioxidant capacity)
  • Anthocyanins have been found to "exhibit numerous potential therapeutic effects including treatment of diabetic retinopathy and fibrocystic disease of the breast in human". "Other potential physiological effects of anthocyanins include radiation protective, chemopratective, vasoprotective and anti-inflammatory agents".
  • The fatty acid ratio of Acai resembles that of olive oil, which is thought to be a contributing factor to the low incidence of heart disease in Mediterranean populations.
  • 60% Oleic (Omega 9) a monounsaturated, essential fatty acid, helps lower LDL (harmful cholesterol) while maintaining HDL, (beneficial cholesterol) levels.
  • 12% Linoleic (Omega 6) a polyunsaturated, essential fatty acid, has been found to lower both LDL and HL levels.
  • Fatty acids aid in the transport and absorption of fat-soluble vitamins ice. Vitamins A, E, D, and K.
  • Acai contains valuable phytosterols
  • Sterols are components of plant cell membranes providing numerous benefits to the human body, namely the reduction of blood plasma cholesterol.

Benefits of Acai:

  • Greater energy/stamina
  • Improved digestion
  • Improved Mental Focus
  • Better sleep
  • Acai has more proteins then an average egg
  • Acai has a high amount of lipids that give you energy
  • It is an all in one Multi-Vitamin Product
  • Improved sexual function
  • Acai has been shown to have up to 33 times the Antocyanine (a powerful Anti-Oxidant) then red wine grapes
  • Acai has a high level of fibers that is good for elderly and for people who have problems with digestive organs
  • Acai has two essential fatty acids known as Omega 6 (Linoleic acid) and Omega 9 (Oleic acid). Research shows that these fatty acids maintain normal cholesterol levels
  • Research has shown that these Anti-Oxidants help regulate normal cholesterol levels
  • Acai's Anti-Oxidant factors play a large role in maintaining a healthy cardio vascular system
  • Acai is one of the richest nutritive fruits anywhere
  • An almost perfect essential amino acid complex in conjunction with valuable trace minerals, vital to proper muscle contractions and regeneration
  • More bio-active then liquid freeze dried versions of Acai
  • Very low Sugar content for a fruit
  • Aids in cleansing and Detoxifying your body
  • Boost your Immune System

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