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Acai 101 – A lesson in Nutrition

October 27th, 2009

Say hello to acai (ah-sigh-ee), the fruit that’s making believers of world-class athletes and health-conscious people everywhere. Grown in the Amazon rainforest, acai is truly a gift from Mother Nature. It has a rich, berry-cocoa flavor that makes it taste amazing, and its packed with more antioxidants than blueberries or pomegranates, plus loads of healthy Omega fats, protein and dietary fiber.  acai berries - acaiberryboutique.com acai berry pure

Here’s to your health.
So what makes antioxidants and Omega fats so important? Studies have shown how the French and Mediterranean diets, rich in red wine and olive oil, help maintain heart, body, brain and skin. Organic acai combines the best of both diets with 10x the antioxidants of red wine, and an essential fatty acid profile similar to olive oil. The Acai Berry Boutique’s acai is a potent combination your body shouldn’t go without.

Superhealthy. Supertasty. Superfood.
The Acai Berry Boutique’s products are all certified organic and great for anytime you’re hungry or looking for a natural energy boost. And as part of our mission to bring acai to you, we believe we also have to care for the planet and farmers. To do that, we’ve created a supply chain that benefits thousands of local families while protecting the Amazon rainforest through sustainable agriculture.

To read more about acai berry and its many health, dietary, and  nutritional benefits, check out our acai berry nutrition page at: http://www.acaiberryboutique.com/acai-berry-nutrition.php

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  1. JamieKK
    November 1st, 2009 at 15:23 | #1

    I read the nutrition page with interest… I had no idea that acai was good for your eyes! great stuff…

  2. January 12th, 2010 at 00:08 | #2

    Very interesting stuff…

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