Acai berry

acai

Acai berries are derived from the acai palm, which is common in the Amazon basin. The acai palm and berry belong to the genus Euterpe and there are eight main species, mainly cultivated in marshes and flood plains. They represented an important staple food of the indigenous tribes, and the nutritional value made these berries essential for their overall health, sometimes accounting for more than 25% of their food intake.

Acai berries are one of the newest and most popular organic solutions for a wide range of health problems. It is actively used by alternative doctors. Of the different species it is often said that they have several advantages, with the white acai berries not as powerful or powerful as the dark red or purple varieties. The berry has a large seed in the middle that accounts for about 80% of the fruit, but the remaining endocarp, pulp and skin all contain useful nutrients.

Nutritional value
Acai berries contain carbohydrates, dietary fiber, healthy fats and proteins and are rich in vitamins and minerals. They contain vitamin A, vitamin E and vitamin C. Of the minerals, acai berries contain calcium, iron, potassium and sodium.

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