It's an old folk remedy. This fruit is loaded with nutrients called antioxidants, and it may help fight inflammation. In some lab studies, an extract from the berries appears to block flu viruses. But scientists caution that more study is needed.
Its dark color is a sign that it's got plenty of nutrients called anthocyanins. There isn't any research that shows acai is good for any specific condition. But in general, antioxidants from foods are a key part of a healthy lifestyle.Enjoy these berries in juice or smoothies, or try them dried and mixed with granola
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