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Navitas Organics Acai Powder Freeze Dried - 4 oz

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858847000291
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Directions & Ingredients

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Directions & Ingredients

Count:
4 oz
Format:
Powder
Health Concern:
Anti-Inflammatory
Health Concern:
Cardiovascular Support
Health Concern:
Detox
Health Concern:
Digestion and Nausea
Health Concern:
Dry Skin
Health Concern:
Eczema
Health Concern:
Energy and Fatigue
Health Concern:
Immune Support
Health Concern:
Psoriasis
Health Concern:
Sensitive Skin
Health Concern:
Weight Loss
Specialty:
Gluten Free
Specialty:
GMO Free
Specialty:
Kosher
Specialty:
Organic
Directions:
Serving size - 1 Tablespoon. Stir into smoothies, blend into yogurt or top your dessert.
Ingredients:
Certified Organic Acai Powder (Euterpe Oleracea Mart)
Quantity:
Yes
Fulfiller:
Palko

Description

Why We Recommend 

Imagine a heavenly flavor that's somewhere between chocolate and wild berries. Now you understand why acai (pronounced ah-SIGH-ee, similar to Hawaii) is so popular as a smoothie booster and tasty addition to yogurt and dessert recipes.

With such a rich, sweet taste, it's easy to forget this Brazilian superfruit is loaded with super-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. What’s more, acai is a low-glycemic berry that provides an abundance of antioxidants and fiber to keep you feeling full throughout your day so you're less likely to snack between meals.



Navitas (Nuh-vee-tus) is Latin for "energy." Navitas searches the globe for the highest-quality organic superfoods to keep you energized. What's more, they work hard to power the positive in all they do: in how they source their products and work to better the greater good. They work with small local farmers who use sustainable organic farming methods to grow their superfoods. They operate with a focus on leaving as light of a footprint on the earth as possible. They also contribute to healthy causes by supporting nonprofit initiatives like A Growing Culture.