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    Acai Berries

    Wed Jan 30, 2013 12:02 pm Groupie

    Acai berries are from the Acai palm tree which is native to South America, the actual berry the same size as a blueberry with an inedible seed in each one. Considered one of the world’s super foods, it is nutrient rich and contain:
    ■Anti-mutagenic compounds
    ■Fight free radical formation
    ■Cancer fighting properties
    ■Good for the cardiovascular system, Improving circulation and strengthening the heart
    ■Prevents arterial plaque build-up
    ■Reduces and regulates cholesterol increasing good lipids in the blood
    ■High levels of fiber
    ■Improves digestive function
    ■Improves digestive function
    ■Boosts energy levels
    ■Improves alertness
    ■Enhances vision
    ■Cleanses and detoxifies
    ■Promotes sound sleep
    ■Reduces anxiety
    ■Strengthens the immune system
    ■Enhances sexual performance and libido
    ■Promotes glowing healthy skin
    ■Alleviates diabetes
    ■Reduces inflammation
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