Health Benefits of Acai

Açai is known in Brazil as the "beauty berry" for good reason. High in antioxidants, low in sugar and bursting with nutrients and vitamins, açai tastes great and also goes a long way to helping you feel great.

High in Antioxidants

Antioxidants are the molecules within your body that fight free radicals – if they become too high, free radicals can cause harm to you and are linked to many illnesses including diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

Açai is bursting with a high level of antioxidants – 10 to 30 times more than grapes, pomegranates, or blueberries helping keeping your bodies defences high whilst tasting delicious at the same time!

Packed full of healthy Omegas

Recommended for a healthy heart, açai berries are bursting with Omegas 3, 6 and 9 that contain essential fatty acids.

Enjoying a diet containing lots of Omega sources can lower your risk of coronary heart disease and improve your cholesterol.

Good for your skin!

As well as being high in antioxidants, açai berries are rich in vitamins A, C and E, which are important for skin health.

Anti-aging vitamin A boosts cell turnover and vitamin C contributes to natural collagen production. Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and gives our skin its structure and suppleness. As we get older, the less collagen our skin produces, which explains why we wrinkle as we age.

Low in sugar, high in fibre

High in fibre and heart-healthy fats, açai berries help to keep you feeling full and your blood sugar steady. Not only that, açai berries are super low in sugar too when compared to other fruits making it one of the healthiest – and tastiest fruits to enjoy!

How to make a Chocolate Heaven Açai Bowl

Give yourself a boost with a delicious açai bowl.
Our short video will show you how.