Sports Illustrated ranks Acai Berry
Sports Illustrated Magazine Ranks Acai Berry "One of the 41 Top Things on Earth"
Amazon Thunder acai is the world's purest source for acai fruit products. The acai berry is a tiny, round, and blackish purple fruit that looks like a grape, but in fact has more than double the antioxidant power of blueberries and 30 times more anthocyanins than a glass of red wine. The amazing energizing nutrient density of the acai berry is unparalleled by any other fruit.
Sports Illustrated for Women (September 2003) calls acai fruit "One of the 41 Top Things on Earth," and the “optimum fruit you’ve never heard of.” Acai berry has also received recent rave reviews from Men’s Health Journal, Well Being Sciences Institute and Vogue. What should be known are the many added bonuses of the amazing acai fruit: 60% Oleic (omega-9) - a monounsaturated essential fatty acid which helps to decrease LDL (harmful cholesterol), while maintaining HDL (beneficial cholesterol); and 12% Linoleic (omega-6) - a polyunsaturated essential fatty acid which has been found to lower LDL, while maintaining HDL.
Acai also contains many significant phytosterols. Sterols are compounds of plant cell membranes providing countless benefits to the human body, namely the reduction of blood plasma cholesterol. Sterols are currently being used to treat symptoms affiliated with BPH (benign prostate hyperplasia). The acai fruit is 100% natural and found only in the Amazon Rain Forest. The powers of acai berry have been used for centuries by Amazon Indian tribes native to the Brazilian Amazon as an antidote for countless health conditions. As a staple food, acai berry is vital to the native Amazon Indians' longevity.
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