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What Does Acai Berry Contain?

Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
What Does Acai Berry Contain?

Exotic fruit are becoming increasingly popular in the modern world. They find use in various recipes and are becoming an increasingly preferred choice among fruit.

Acai berry is an example of an exotic and unusual fruit. It is a small purple fruit about the size of a cherry.

In terms of taste acai berry comes close to a combination of nuts and blackberries. The origin of the acai berry is due to the discovery of Italian tribes, but today it is the most common and traditional fruit for Amazonian culture.

Today, acai berry stands out not only because of its exotic origin, but also because of its valuable properties.

Here's what acai berry contains

- High fiber content;

- Vitamins from groups A and C;

- High amount of proteins;

- Minerals such as iron, flavonoids, chromium, manganese, copper, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc and calcium;

- Different acids - oleic, glutamic and aspartic;

- Omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids;

- High content of anthocyanins.

Looking at 100 g of frozen acai berry pulp, the composition is:

- 2 g of fiber;

- 2 g of vitamin A;

- 15% calcium and trace elements;

- 1.5 g of carbohydrates;

- 4 g of sugar;

- 70 calories;

- 5 g of saturated fat.

Due to its diverse and healthy composition, acai berry offers the body a complex of fibers, phytosterols and monounsaturated acids.

The fruit has been proven to help prevent various diseases related to the cardiovascular system. Acai berry has benefits for the overall optimal health of the body and exhibits anti-cancer properties.

In addition to using delicious acai berries in your fruit cakes, check out how to lose weight with acai berries.

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