Acai is a dark purple berry from deep in the jungles of Bazil. Natives there have long prized its health and energy boosting properties. Studies suggest the acai berry pack a mean antioxidant punch(10x the antioxidant power of red grapes). Delivering a potent 1,000 mg of Vitamin C, 32 active mineral complexes and a bunch of energy-boosting B vitamins.
As a dietary supplement, take one packet 2 to 4 times a day. Place contents in a glass, add 4-6 oz. of water.
Alacer corp. Is the world leader in vitamin C technology, producing more vitamin C innovations than any other company. While others follow and try to catch up, Alacer continues to pioneer with a full line of vitamin C products that deliver fully reacted mineral ascorbates, day and night. Mineral ascorbates, the true vitamin C, are produced naturally in the livers of 99.9% of all animals, but not in humans. Vitamin C, in the form of mineral ascorbates, has countless advantages over pure ascorbic acid. Mineral ascorbates are neutral (non-acidic) and have no adverse side effects, unlike high levels of ascorbic acid which may cause heartburn, nausea, flatulence, diarrhea, and excess urination, inducing loss of minerals.
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Great product! Convenient packets that you can carry with you and use whenever you want to! Makes a great drink when you add to a water bottle. Saves you $$$ while at the same time giving you great nutrients!
I love Emergen C. I don't like this item though. If you look at the ingredient list, Acai powder is in an extremely small concentration. It is below malic acid on the ingredient list. This seems to be a misrepresentation to say it is an Acai drink. The raspberry and other flavors have 1,000 mg of the berry powder in each package. That is a far better deal.