Acerola found in Green Food
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Acerola found in Vitamin C Complex
Acerola is an ingredient found in our Vitamin C Complex product as shown above.
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Acerola is basically a plant which is native to Southern and Central America and it will produce small edible fruits and these fruits will strongly resemble cherries and the name alternate to cherries given to them is Barbados cherry , Puerto Rican Cherry, and West Indies Cherry. This fruit is utilized in fresh as well as preserved forms.

Acerola is a type of cherry-like tropical fruit, of sweet raspberry-like flavor, and famously known for it’s high Vitamin C content. Common name: Barbados Cherry.

Acerola (Malpighia glabra L.) is a tropical fruit native to Mexico, Central and South America. Rich in antioxidants (including vitamin C and anthocyanins ), acerola is often sold in supplement and juice form. Proponents claim that acerola offers a wide range of health benefits.

Acerola cherries contain vitamin C and, as discussed in U.S. Pat. Nos. 3,012,942 and 3,086,915 and Japanese Laid-open application 2-200610, it is known to extract vitamin C from them for several different uses. In the present invention, however, the acerola cherry fermentate is substantially free from any substantial amount of vitamin C (ascorbic acid or its derivatives). In other words, the acerola cherry does not contain more than about 1% by weight, preferably no greater than about 0.1%, and more preferably no greater than about 0.01% of the acerola cherry fermentate. Most preferably, the ascorbic acid, if present, is present in an amount no greater than about 0.005% of the acerola cherry fermentate.

ACEROLA is a superfruit considered by many to be  the VERY BEST of superfruits .  Acerola is a tropical fruit, originating along the Carribean rim, particularly the West Indies and northern South America. Based on historical evidence, its distribution may have emanated outward from Mayan use in the Yucatan in Mexico, thousands of years ago.  So its amazing health properties have been appreciated and used by ancient cultures, and can now help you.

Acerola is a key ingredient in the effectiveness of Rebootizer, imparting its many, and amazing health benefits.  Working in conjunction with the other amazing natural ingredients of Rebootizer: Dandelion, Licorice, Angelica, Artichoke, and Lemon balm .

Acerola berries can be eaten fresh, but you also can add to smoothies, jams, jellies and syrups. There is no end to the different ways that this berry can be added to their diet and if you are an inventive chef or bread, you’ll find many ways to put into feed your family.

Acerola berries are every health conscious person’s wish. These berries make you feel great and look good as well. While many people prefer to eat them fresh, it’s perfectly fine to get the frozen version as well. Apart from using the berries as fillings for pies, tarts and cookies, you can steep them in hot water and drink the resultant tea type of preparation.

Acerola (vitamin C) occurs naturally in foods such as citrus fruit, tomatoes, potatoes, and leafy vegetables. Ascorbic acid is important for bones and connective tissues, muscles, and blood vessels. Vitamin C also helps the body absorb iron, which is needed for red blood cell production.

Acerola can pass into breast milk, but it is not known whether it would be harmful to a nursing baby. Some vitamins and minerals are needed for breast milk production, but some may harm a nursing baby. Do not take ascorbic acid without telling your doctor if you are breast-feeding a baby.

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