Acai - Why we need it
Acai is very rich in antocianine, an antioxidation substace that helps to fight bad cholesterol and free radicals. Many people who drink red wine regularly have few heart conditions. This is because of the antocianine. Acai has 33x the amount of antocianine found in red wine. For this reason alone acai is very desirable to many people. Everyone wants to have a health heart but do not know how to get one, that is why it is my duty to share this information. Acai is also very rich in iron and fiber. People who are anemic or with digestive problems, would greatly benefit from adding acai to his/her everyday diet. The skin of this fruit is a very rich source of anthocyanin. Anthocyanins are a group of phyto-chemicals which are also found in red wine and other fruits with the same pigment. Many believe that these phyto-chemicals may have contributed to the 'French Paradox'. Acai contains 10-30 times the amount of anthocyanin found in red wine. Anthocyanins have been used to treat many health conditions such as diabetes, and is an anti-inflammatory agent. Because Acai is also rich in calcium, many people have seen a marked difference in blood pressure as well as a reduction in the impact of osteoporosis. Acai has 2x the daily value of vitamin E, which makes it a great choice to aid in the regeneration of damaged tissue.
In conclusion, I believe this is a gift from heaven and that everyone should add this wonderful superfood to his/her daily diet. I know I have.
About the author:
Marc Romero began studying acai when at 28 years old found out he
had high cholesterol(254). As of then he has found a great source
of acai as well as other super foods in 1 liquid dietary
supplement and has dramatically decreased his bad cholesterol