Thursday, May 25, 2017

● Acai berry (Euterpe oleracea)

10:23 AM

Acai berry is a low sugar superfood from Central and South America rich in polyphenol antioxidants of the anthocyanin and proanthocyanidin classes, also found in raspberries, blueberries, cranberries, and concord grapes.

Other names
Euterpe oleracea, Açaï, Acai Fruit, Acai Palm, Amazon Acai, Amazon Acai Berry, Assai.
superfood, antioxidant

cyanidin 3-O-glucoside, cyanidin 3-O-rutinoside as major anthocyanins; flavonoid-like compounds, including homoorientin, orientin, taxifolin deoxyhexose, isovitexin, scoparin, proanthocyanidins resveratrol

Harvest Data
Certified organic
Origin: Brazil
Type: Freeze dried acai berry powder

Acai berry makes a very nutritious ingredient for a drink or smoothie, combines well with green superfood powders, and can even be consumed straight. Acai berry has a deep rich taste that is somewhat reminiscent of wine without the bite of the alcohol.

General information
Acai berry makes a great health tonic for those looking to minimize sugar consumption while still gaining the benefits from eating high quality fruits. Acai has only recently made the rounds and become popularized throughout the modern world. It has a low sugar and high anti-oxidant ratio, making it more like the fruit of the old word than the new, granting us a glimpse into the flavors and diet of our ancestors.

Acai berry is an ingredient of the Whole-food Nutrition elixir available at Meridian Botanicals

Acai berry blends well with: Barley grass, Beet root, Chlorella, Dulse, Kelp, Maqui berry, Moringa, Noni, Oat straw, Spinach powder, Spirulina, Wheat grass, Whole-food Nutrition elixir, and more.

Use the coupon code: 'JungleBook' with your order at Meridian Botanicals for 10% off site-wide, good for unlimited uses!

Buy Acai Berry Certified Organic powder from Meridian Botanicals

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