Chances are that if you have ever passed by a nearby health foods store in the past few months, you’ve heard stories of an astonishing imported fruit claimed to be one of the utmost super-foods of our time; the Brazilian acai berry.
Filled with antioxidants and packed with a number of health benefits, the tiny berry sparked an amazing space in the health food world, even without momentous laboratory testing. The Acai is the size of a blueberry but contains twice the antioxidants and 10 times more than red grapes, while about 10 to 30 times more the anthocyanins of red wine.
Acai berries contain various essential elements that are supposed to be in a “super food”, including antioxidants, Amino Acids, Proteins, Omega fats 3, 6, and 9, Xanthones, Dietary fiber, Anthocyanins, necessary minerals like iron, phosphorus calcium, potassium, and phyonutrients.
The asserted benefits are:
- Increased Energy
- Healthy and youthful skin
- Resistance to flu
- improved eye vision
- improved circulation
- prevention of deteriorating diseases
- slowing of the aging
- Stable weight loss
A lot latest studies have shown that acai berry is one of the most nourishing and dominant foods in the world! Acai is the rich berry of a particular Amazon palm tree.
The fatty acid found in açaí berries resembles that of olive oil, and is loaded with monounsaturated oleic acid. Oleic acid is significant for a lot of reasons. It facilitates omega-3 fish oils go through the cell membrane; jointly they help build cell membranes more lithe.
By keeping the cell membrane lithe, all neurotransmitter, hormones, and insulin receptors function more competently. This is mainly important since high insulin levels form an inflammatory state, and it is quite well known that inflammation causes aging. Because of being rich with essential nutrients that help to perform various functions in a body, acai berries has been termed as a super food.