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Acai Berry Powder

About Acai Berry Powder

Acai Berries are Native to Brazil and northern South America.  They come from a type of a palm tree.  They look very similar to small grapes or blueberries.

Acai Berry Powder is an ingredient in our Ancient Berry Superfood Mix.

Nutrition Benefits of Acai Berry Powder

Acai Berries are widely considered a superfood due their antioxidant properties.  Acai berries have been linked to potentially provide support to things like arthritis, inflammation, weight loss, allergies, erectile dysfunction, brain support, heart disease, and cancer.

Nutrition Facts

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Acai Berry Powder scores well for 11 health goals

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The Research

Skin Health (Psoriasis, Eczema, etc.): Score 92

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Human: Acai significantly increases antioxidant status in human blood. Animal: Acai promotes healthy aging and reduces oxidative damage. In Vitro: Acai has significant antioxidant activity.

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Look Younger: Score 92

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Human: Acai significantly increases antioxidant status in human blood. Animal: Acai promotes healthy aging and reduces oxidative damage. In Vitro: Acai has significant antioxidant activity.

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Cancer: Score 90

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Human: Acai berries have been shown to significantly increase the antioxidant status of human blood plasma. In Vitro: They have anti-proliferation activity in human leukemia cells via induction of apoptosis. They had cytotoxic activities in colon cancer cells and can be effective as natural colon cancer chemopreventive agent.

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Cholesterol: Score 88

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Acai reduces certain markers of metabolic disease.

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Circulatory System (Cardiovascular): Score 88

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Acai slows clogging of the arteries.

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Diabetes (Type 2): Score 88

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Human: They reduced levels of selected markers of metabolic disease risk in overweight adults.

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Erectile Dysfunction: Score 88

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Acai slows clogging of the arteries.

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Fat Loss: Score 88

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Human: Consumption of Acai reduced levels of selected markers of metabolic disease risk in overweight adults.

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Colon Health: Score 84

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In Vitro: Acai has anti-inflammatory and cytotoxic activities in colon cancer cells and can be effective as a natural colon cancer chemopreventative agent.

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Leukemia: Score 84

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In Vitro: Acai has anti-proliferation activity in human leukemia cells via induction of apoptosis.

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Inflammation: Score 82

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In Vitro: Acai has significant antioxidant activity and has potential anti-inflammatory activity.

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How Our Scoring System Works

For each health goal, we assigned a score to each recipe and each ingredient. This helps you better understand the correlation that medical research is suggesting between foods and benefits to various health goals. Our scoring system is based on REAL RESEARCH published on pubmed.gov. This is a website that curates over 25 million different biomedical journals.

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What we consider when creating your scores:

  • 1Type of Study (human, animal, lab, or academic review)
  • 2Amount of Research
  • 3What the Research Says
  • 4How much of the ingredient we use (for the recipes)

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