USAGE GUIDELINES: 1 capsule to be taken 2 to 3 times per day,
with or without food.
More capsules can be taken if required.
This is a unique combination made up of freeze-dried acai berries and other potent antioxidant herbals - you will not find this formula anywhere else! Acai berries provide a number of potent nutrients to support health, vitality
and energy levels and, because of their high nutrient-to-calorie ratio are
considered to be a “superfruit”. They are high in antioxidants, rich in
dietary fibre and have a wide range of potential health applications.
Although suitable for everybody, they are an ideal supplement for slimmers, athletes and diabetics as they:
supply the body with vitamins, minerals, fibre and other vital
nutrients during periods of low calorie diets and reduced food choice
they help to keep energy levels high
they help to keep blood sugar levels stable.
In this new formulation we have gone a step further by adding 3 other powerful & nutrient rich antioxidant herbals i.e. resveratrol, grape seed
extract and pomegranate!
Why Acai Berry SUPREME is Beneficial
Supports energy levels
Supports slimming and weight loss
Supports the heart
Supports the immune system, general health and well-being
Increases antioxidant levels
Supports normal cholesterol level maintenance
Increases fibre intake
Keeps blood sugar levels stable (suitable for diabetics)
The immune system: their dark purple pigment contains plant chemicals called anthocyanins (powerful antioxidants that are part of the flavonoid family of molecules and are important for neutralising harmful free radicals)
Supporting the heart: acai berries are a rich source of protein and dietary fibre, which are believed to have a protective effect on the cardiovascular system
Lowering cholesterol levels: acai berries are a rich source of Omega 6, Omega 9 fatty acids and phytosterols, which play an important role in lowering the levels of cholesterol in the blood.
Acai Berry: Acai berries have rapidly grown in popularity over recent years, largely because they have finally been recognised in the Western world as being a “superfruit” because of their high nutrient content. Found only in the Amazon rainforests of Central and South America, these berries contain a wide array of vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and antioxidants. Natives of the Amazon have been enjoying their nutritional benefits for many years. In fact, for three traditional Caboclo populations in the Brazilian Amazon, acai berries make up a major component of their diet - up to 42% of the total food intake by weight. This fact reflects their incredibly high nutrient content.
Resveratol: Found in the skin of red grapes and in other fruits but derived primarily from Japanese knotweed, resveratrol (3,5,4'-trihydroxy-trans-stilbene) is a stilbenoid - a type of natural phenol - and a phytoalexin produced naturally by several plants when under attack by pathogens, such as bacteria or fungi. Resveratrol was initially mentioned in a Japanese article in 1939 by M. Takaoka, who isolated it from the poisonous but medicinal Veratrum album, variety grandiflorum. However, it attracted wider attention only in 1992, when it was suggested as the explanation for the cardio-protective effects of wine. The full effects and health benefits of resveratrol are currently a topic of numerous animal and human studies. In experiments to date, anti-cancer, antiinflammatory, blood sugar-lowering and other beneficial cardiovascular effects have been reported.
Grape seed extract: Grape seed extract contains a vast array of beneficial ingredients, such as protein, lipids, carbohydrates and polyphenols. Also rich in proanthocyanidins, which are similar to flavonoids, grape seed extract can help to protect fat cells from harmful free radicals. It also helps to prevent heart disease by protecting collagen, which is essential for healthy arteries. Studies have shown that the antioxidant power of polyphenols is 20x greater than vitamin E, and 50x greater than vitamin C, which makes grape seed extract an ideal means of protecting the body against oxidative and free radical damage. Some people call these polyphenols “nature’s biological response modifiers” because of their ability to help the body fight viruses, allergens, and carcinogens. That means that among their many benefits, they exhibit anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anti cancerous and anti-microbial activity. One particular type of phenol found in grape seed is called procyanidin, which can improve vision, joint flexibility, the health of body tissues and strengthen capillaries and veins to improve the circulatory system. Procyanidin is also thought to protect the body from premature ageing (by increasing vitamin C levels in the cells and scavenging for toxins so the organs can get rid of them) and to delay the oxidation of low density lipoproteins (the fats that are responsible for “bad cholesterol”).
Pomegranate: Native to Iran, the Himalayas and northern India, the pomegranate is brimming with vitamins A, C, E and iron and is often referred to as a “fruity panacea” because of its numerous health applications. It is an important traditional remedy in many ancient systems of medicine; in Ayurvedic medicine, for example, the rind of the fruit is used against diarrhea, dysentery and intestinal parasites. It is now known that the rind contains ellagitannins that are anti-parasitic, anti-inflammatory and astringent (helping to stop diarrhea). The medicinal applications of pomegranate, known to ancient medical systems for centuries, are now being validated through empirical evidence gleaned from scientific investigation. In recent years, a number of studies have surfaced which describe the therapeutic use of pomegranate in areas such as: cancer therapy, rheumatology and cardiology. The polyphenols present in this “superfruit” have been studied for their role in everything from cancer prevention to cosmetic care. The anti-inflammatory properties of pomegranate polyphenols have also been shown to protect against atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease. Many cosmetic preparations will even include pomegranate polyphenols, because they have been proven to protect the skin from sun damage and to promote the production of collagen. Laboratory research and clinical trials indicate that pomegranate has anti-bacterial effects and may be effective in reducing heart disease risk factors (including LDL oxidation) and inhibiting viral infections.