Sunday, January 18, 2009

Acai berries Would you drink the juice?

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According to the Acai Berry Organization the acai berry is the
"most perfect food that mankind has always been looking for .
It is far better than nourishing us and keeping us younger than any other
combination of food on earth, ounce per ounce."
The acai berry is a dark purple fruit that has little edible pulp.
It grows in a tree in the palm family and it grows in "large stringy bunches or drupe."
The Acai palm tree grows in Amazonia in the Northern rain forest.
Acai is known ot have the largest amounts of antioxidants. Some scientists are studying the berry in official experiments.
Professor Steve Talcott of the University of Florida thinks based upon his experiments
that acai berries have started aseldf destruct process in 86% of leukemia cells.

So would you drink it?

3 comments:

RD said...

Consuming Acai juice during cardio and exercise can keep your energy level up. Acai dietary supplements should be taken as such as supplements. They can help speed up metabolism and improve stamina but should not replace proper nutritional diet and fat-burning exercise.

Juile said...

Acai is truly amazing because it contains 33 times more antioxidants than red wine grapes. When compared with wolfberry, mangosteen products and noni, Acai is six times more powerful in terms of antioxidant contents. In fact, no other berry is as nutritious and healthy as the Acai berry.

Acai Berry said...

Thanks for sharing this information with us. Adding bit more to your interesting post I thought of mentioning that many acai berry research programs have exposed that the pulp of the Acai berry has one of the highest antioxidant capacities of all of the healthiest fruits. While strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, cranberries and blueberries are all laden with antioxidants, it is believed that the rarer Acai berry contains more than all of these.