Garden Greens - AcaiBlast 500 mg. - 60 Vegetarian Capsules
Garden Greens AcaiBlast Vegetarian Capsules formula is powered with Pure Acai Fruit. Discover the secret of the energizing Acai fruit (prounounce ah-sigh-EE) in Garden Greens AcaiBlast vegicap formula. The acai fruit grows on top of lush palm trees in the heart of the planet eart, the Amazon Rainforest. The small, oval shaped, acai fruit is deep violet in color and is naturally potent in antioxidants.
Each serving of AcaiBlast provides you 1900 ORAC. ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity and is the new standard measurement jointly developed by the National Institutes on Aging and the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging. In simple terms, ORAC measures how well a food or drink renders free radicals inactive. Since free radicals can damage healthy cells, the higher the ORAC value, the better.
Each serving of AcaiBlast also provides you with 160 mg of Green Tea, of which 72 mg are EGCG. EGCG stands for epigallocatechin gallate, a specialized type of polyphenol, whose antioxidant capacity may help support your immune system.
Now you can get the energizing benefits of the Acai fruit by taking AcaiBlast Antioxidant Formula everyday. Garden Greens AcaiBlast Antioxidant Formula...your gold standard for concentrated food supplements.
- Super Concentrated Acai Fruit 5:1 Extract Contains Naturally Occurring Antioxidants
- Green Tea Leaf Extract Provides 45% EGCG
- Energizing Super Fruit Formula Provides 1900 ORAC Per Serving
Historical or traditional use for Açaí (may or may not be supported by scientific studies):
Açaí juice is a major dietary component of Brazilian diets, especially in the Pará region. It is often eaten at breakfast with cassava meal (manioc) or with tapioca and sugar. The açaí fruit is rich in nutrients and is found in many Brazilian prepared foods. The fruit is most popularly used to make juice, but is also found in ice cream, popsicles, and various desserts.
Açaí seeds can be crushed to produce a green oil that has been used as a folk remedy for scrofula (a type of tuberculosis). The roasted, crushed seeds, consumed as tea, are a traditional remedy for fever. Tea made from the root is a folk remedy for jaundice and anemia. Tea made from the grated fruit rind has been used topically as a wash for skin ulcers. Boiled preparations of açaí root have been used traditionally to treat many diseases, including diabetes, hepatitis, malaria, kidney disease, and dysmenorrhea (menstrual pain).
No clinical trials of açaí for the prevention or treatment of any health condition have been published in the medical literature.
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