Acai Berry is harvested in the Amazon rainforest from palm trees and is called nature’s ultimate super fruit. A growing body of scientific evidence shows that Acai berry’s antioxidant capacity powerfully targets numerous degenerative disorders from cancer and atherosclerosis to impaired glucose metabolism (pre-diabetes) and blood lipid abnormalities (high LDL cholesterol). Acai is also emerging as a major cardiovascular protector.
Touted as a “super food,” only recently has the acai berry gained compelling scientific validation as an antioxidant powerhouse and may serve as a front-line defense against multiple diseases of aging.
Acai berries have also been shown to aid digestion by virtue of its powerful detoxification properties and confer significant cardio-protective benefits. Similar to red wine, research shows that acai berries are extremely high in anthocyanins, a form of plant antioxidant associated with the ability to lower cholesterol levels in the blood stream. Currently, many advanced beauty and dermatologic products using acai berries internally to give the skin a healthier glow. Perhaps the most popular reason to consume acai extract is its effects on increasing the overall level of energy and stamina, and may aid to combat fatigue and exhaustion.
The famous red berry has also been linked to overall increased blood circulation, a phenomenon that may contribute to a boost in sex drive and endurance, especially for men. In fact, Brazilian’s call acai berries the “Viagra of the Amazon.”
AcaiBerry Forte™ is a high potency antioxidant formula that helps increase vitality and energy and provides the highest dose per serving of this amazing berry as well as a proprietary blend of antioxidants that have been clinically validated to add to the inherently high ORAC value of acai.
Recently, scientists discovered that the very dark pigments in Acai berries feature anthocyanidins, antioxidants that contribute to its very high ORAC value. ORAC is an acronym for oxygen radical absorbance capacity, is the pharmaceutical measurement of antioxidant potential.¨