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Acai (ah-sigh-ee) is a small, dark purple berry that grows on a species of palm tree that thrives throughout tropical regions of South America. To create Navitas Naturals Acai Powder, organic acai berries are sustainably harvested in the Amazon rainforest, freeze-dried, and then milled into a dark purple powder that retains the vital nutrients and flavor of the fresh fruit. Acai is very low in sugar, but it’s not low in flavor. It has a bold tropical fruit taste that is a hybrid of blackberries, raspberries, and dark chocolate. Acai powder is an ideal addition to yogurt, smoothies, chocolate, drinks, and desserts.
The deep purple hue of Navitas Naturals Acai Powder indicates that it is an abundant source of polyphenols and flavonoids. Specific antioxidants found in acai include resveratrol, cyanidin-3-galactoside, ferulic acid, delphinidin, epicatechin, protocatechuic acid, and ellagic acid. Acai also provides exceptional amounts of omega fats, protein, and fiber. The nutrient-dense superfruit also contains a vast array of vitamins and minerals including B-vitamins, vitamin K, potassium, and manganese.
Navitas Naturals Acai Powder is made from hand-harvested acai berries that have been freeze-dried and low-temperature milled to retain all the nutritional benefits and flavor. Throughout the dense rainforest of the Brazilian Amazon, 25-foot tall palm trees (of the Euterpe genus) grow along the tropical floodplains. The trees are routinely climbed by the indigenous Caboclo people who rely on the nutritious acai berry for both culinary and medicinal uses. Product of Brazil, packed in the USA.
The mission of Navitas Naturals is to provide the finest organic superfoods that increase energy and enhance health. Our products are certified organic, kosher, gluten-free, and non-GMO. Harvested from around the world, Navitas Naturals superfoods are a diverse whole-food source of antioxidants, protein, essential fatty acids, minerals, vitamins, and other key nutrients. We use methods such as freeze-drying and low temperature processing to ensure maximum nutrition and flavor.
Navitas Naturals Acai Powder blends perfectly into smoothies, shakes, yogurt, desserts, and more. It has a rich tropical fruit flavor that's somewhere between blackberries and chocolate, and its abundant omega fatty acid content gives it a unique creamy texture. A popular recipe in Brazil is the ‘acai bowl,’ which is frozen or fresh acai fruit blended with other fruits, nuts, and granola.
Place a cup of the bananas into a food processor fitted with the “S” blade, and add the acai, maple syrup, and vanilla. Begin blending, and slowly add the remaining banana chunks while the machine is running. Process for about a minute, until frosty and smooth and turn off machine. Do not over-process or the bananas will become overly melted. Transfer to a serving container and enjoy at once, or cover and place in freezer until ready to serve. Gelato’s texture is best when consumed right away. Yield is 4 servings.
Size: 8 Ounce
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Great for my smoothies!! All you need is a little so it goes along way. I love all Navitas products!!Published 6 days ago by Pen Name
All you child-adults who give crappy reviews because this "tastes bad" need to grow the eff up! This is a potent freeze-dried powder extract from an incredibly nutrient-rich... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JB
I have been reading a lot of impressive findings about acai and recently decided to add it to my daily health routine. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kate McMurry