Acerola 900mg 90 Capsules
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Some of the unique health benefits of acerola include its ability to manage diabetes, reduce signs of aging, prevent certain types of cancer, improve heart health, increase circulation, reduce allergic reactions, stimulate the immune system, improve the eye health, protect the skin, and improve your mood.
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Health Benefits of Acerola
Improves Heart Health
Acerola is an unassuming shrub or small tree that bears a delicious cherry-like fruit, which is why you usually hear the term â€œacerola cherryâ€, rather than just acerola. Some other common names include Barbados cherry and West Indian myrtle, but the scientific designation of this tropical fruit is Malpighia emarginata. Native to Mexico, South America, and Central America, this fruit has been prized for thousands of years by various indigenous cultures. It is now widely exported throughout the world and is also cultivated in certain parts of the Indian subcontinent, as well as southern areas of the United States.
In terms of culinary applications, acerola cherries have a distinct flavor and are eaten in much the same way as regular cherries, although they arenâ€™t related: either raw, or in baked goods, candies, ice creams, jellies, jams, and frozen juice concentrates. There is some use of acerola in the production of certain alcohols. The real benefit, however, comes from the rich mixture of nutrients and vitamins contained in the fruit, in addition to a wealth of antioxidants and one of the highest concentrations of vitamin C in any fruit.
DIRECTIONS: For adults, take two (2) capsule daily, preferably with a meal.
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Rice Powder.
CONTAINS NO: Artificial coloring, artificial flavor, preservatives, yeast, corn, milk or milk derivatives, lactose, salt, sodium, soy, sugar, gluten, starch or wheat.
WARNING: Not intended for use by pregnant or nursing women. If you are taking any medications, consult your doctor before use.