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The Acai Berry - scientific name is Euterpe Oleracea - which is commonly pronounced a-sigh-ee, is a rather small, round, and black-looking purple found in the the Amazon rainforst. It resembles a grape or a blueberry, but is yet smaller and darker. This fruit has a large seed and minimum amount of pulp. This berry is one of the most nutritious fruits in the world. For centuries, inhabitants of the amazon rainforest have gathered these berries from the azaicero palm tree for their powerful health benefits. The acai fruit berry is now broadly used in energy juices, ice cream, certain energy bars with granola, tea and capsules.

Acai has been used for many generations by the natives of Brazil. Acai boasts 10 times the antioxidant benefits of grapes and twice that of blueberries.

A recent study using modern procedures and a standardized freeze-dried acai fruit pulp and skin powder found nutrient analysis results from 100 g (3.5 ounces) of powder to equal 533.9 calories, 52.2 g carbohydrates, 8.1 g protein and 32.5 g total fat. The carbohydrate portion includes 44.2 g of fiber . Having nearly one-third of its mass as dietary fiber, acai is an exceptional source of this valuable macronutrient: a 100 g serving of the powder would provide all the recommended fiber needs for adults (20-30 g per day).

The dense pigmentation of acai has led to several experimental studies of its anthocyanins, a group of polyphenols that give the deep color to berries, other fruits and vegetables and are high in antioxidant value under active research for potential health benefits. A recent study using a standardized freeze-dried acai fruit pulp and skin powder found the total anthocyanin levels to be 319 mg per 100 grams (Schauss et al., 2006a). Cyandin 3-glucoside and cyanidin 3-rutinoside are major acai anthocyanins. Twelve other flavonoid-like compounds were additionally found in the Schauss et al. 2006a study, including homoorientin, orientin, taxifolin deoxyhexose, isovitexin and scoparin, as well as several unknown flavonoids. Proanthocyanidins, another group of polyphenolic compounds high in antioxidant value, totalled 1,289 mg per 100 grams of the freeze-dried pulp/skin powder, with a profile similar to that of blueberries (Schauss et al., 2006a). Resveratrol was additionally found to be present in acai in this study, although at low levels of 1.1 microgram per gram. source - Wikipedia.org

Reported Acai Health Benefits

 Boosts energy levels  Improves digestive function
 Improves mental clarity/focus  Promotes sound sleep
 Provides all vital vitamins  Contains several important minerals
 Powerful free radical fighter  Acai has very high levels of fibers
 Cleanses and Detoxifies the body of infectious toxins  Strengthens your immune system
 Enhances sexual desire and performance  Fights cancerous cells
 Slows down the aging process  Promotes healthier and younger-looking skin
 Alleviates diabetes  Normalizes and regulates cholesterol levels
 Helps maintain healthy heart function  Minimizes inflammation
 Improves circulation  Prevents artherosclerosis
 Relieves arthritis pain  Helps to clear skin of warts
 Reduces the occurrence of seizures  Helps to reduce physical injuries & speed up recovery
 Helps stabilize normal blood sugar levels  Helps improve patients suffering from leukemia
 Fights general depression  Supports weight loss
 Improves upon your overall physical strength  Enhances visual acuity

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