There has been soo much mis-information on the acai berry since it has come to the market.
It’s been hyped all over the internet and some people seem to love it and others seem to hate it.
So what’s the deal with it?
Well, let’s look at the facts first.
Acai is High in Antioxidants
First on the list is that acai is extremely high in antioxidants that have the ability to lower cholesterol levels while helping improve blood circulation.
As it is high in antioxidants, it can also help promote skin health.
It Helps With Weight Loss
Acai actually does help with weight loss as it helps combat the negative effects of a high-fat diet.
It Helps Reduce the Aging Process
Studies have actually shown that acai can help slow or reduce the process of aging that is due to inflammation and cellular oxidative damage.
Acai Boosts Energy Levels
Many people have found that by introducing acai into their diet, they have had increased levels of energy.
So, with all of those benefits, you may want to try acai.
But before you do, make sure that you get it from a reputable source.
Be aware of what you’re signing up for – some companies may be adding you to an automatic billing cycle if you make a purchase from them – so be sure to look into the details of what you’re getting yourself into!
Getting a fake or low quality acai berry product will either make you sick or leave you with less cash and no results.
So don’t get caught buying a fake product.
For myself, I mainly see any sort of acai supplement, drink or fruit as being more of an anti-oxidant than a crazy fat burner, but some people feel that it has really helped them.
I think that the people who are reporting real weight loss using acai are probably those whose system was a little unbalanced and the acai helped combat the various toxins in their system, and this restoration of the body’s normal fat burning ability probably accounts for their weight loss reports.
So that being said, if anyone comes to me asking me about getting an acai supplement, I ALWAYS recommend that they get some sort of detox combo to go with it.
That way you’re really helping to remove as many toxins as possible from your body and help boost your body’s natural ability to burn calories and shed fat.
That’s how I would see it anyways.
But if you do end up trying acai, make sure to avoid the thousands of scams online and be sure you buy from a reputable site.
I know I constantly say this, but I think it can’t be over-stated.