Acai Berry Supplement
  • I've heard a lot of hooplah over the last six months about the health benefits of taking Acai Berry, which I believe is a berry from Brazil, I believe, and looks like a blueberry in a way, though darker in coloring, and it's supposed to be incredibly high in antioxidants
  • Some blood-sugar lowering has been reported with trans-resveratrol, but nothing totally conclusive, so I know this is still an kind of unknown ingredient in health foods and supplements right now


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      I’ve heard a lot of hooplah over the last six months about the health benefits of taking Acai Berry, which I believe is a berry from Brazil, I believe, and looks like a blueberry in a way, though darker in coloring, and it’s supposed to be incredibly high in antioxidants. My first run-in with Acai Berry was in a V8 fruit/vegetable blend drink that was incredibly tastey and my kids love it. I’ve continued to purchase this juice knowing it’s all 100% natural ingredients with no added sugars, and other than water, it’s about the only thing we keep in our house (sans the occassional orange juice or tea). I wanted to take a more direct approach, however, to discovering what

      the benefits of an acai berry might be. I’ve read a couple studies on it, before purchasing the Acai Berry supplement from the New Vitality company, and read that it can aid in weight loss, over-all health, digestional health and improve heart function. I suppose you can’t really go wrong trying it out, considering it’s just a berry, right?

      And I read the ingredients and packaging plenty for the New Vitality Acai Berry, and didn’t find anything that suggested it wasn’t 100% natural. The only ingredients in these tablets were 1000mg of Acai Berry extract and 50mg of trans-resveratrol, which is an ingredient derived from plants when they are under attack from bacteria. Basically, it’s like a natural cure taken straight ...


      • from nature while it’s fighting back. That seemed pretty cool to me, and I was anxious to see what the benefits of taking this would be. Some blood-sugar lowering has been reported with trans-resveratrol, but nothing totally conclusive, so I know this is still an kind of unknown ingredient in health foods and supplements right now.

        I took these supplements every day, as directed on the bottle, for a month, and I made no other changes to my diet or daily life other than the act of taking this medication. It’s just a pill. No drink mix or powdery nonsense to deal with, and I was confident it was healthy. And, I did FEEL healthier as a result. At the end

        of the month, doing nothing more but drinking the same 5 bottles of water a day that I would drink, and cutting all other liquids out, I managed to lose, get this…… twelve pounds. Twelve whopping pounds in just a month, doing nothing more than I was already doing. I mean, that doesn’t mean you can pig out on chocolate or any of that kind of nonsense, but so long as you are otherwise eating normal and balanced meals, you’ll see a weight loss benefit from this, I’m sure, and I didn’t even buy this for the weight loss benefits! Mostly I just wanted a good multivitamin or supplement to take to help me feel healthy. And this worked in more ways than one!

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