This Acerola Powder is the perfect source of organic vitamin C. It contains no fillers or flow agents, is 100% organic, vegan, gluten-free and non-gmo.
Why Do I Need Vitamin C?
Vitamin C is a water soluble nutrient that acts as an antioxidant in our body. While it plays many roles in our body, here are some of the highlights:
- A Powerful Antioxidant That Can Boost Your Body’s Natural Defenses*
- Helps Protect Cells from Damage Caused By Free Radicals*
- Supports Healthy Immune Functions*
- Needed for the Body to Make Collagen*
- Increases Absorption of Iron and Nutrients from Foods*
- Helps Shorten Wound Healing Times*
- Aides in Strengthening and Repairing Your Skin*
- Potential Protective Effect on Memory As We Age
Why Acerola Cherries?
When you think about Vitamin C rich foods, oranges are probably the first thing that comes to mind. While oranges are rich in Vitamin C, the tiny but mighty Acerola Cherry has anywhere from 50-125 times the vitamin C of oranges!
In addition to bursting with Vitamin C, the Acerola Cherry is also rich in numerous phytonutrients such as carotenoids and anthocyanins.
To put a cherry on top of this Vitamin C story, Acerola also has a tart but delicious taste which makes it a wonderful way to increase the Vitamin C in your diet.
However, once they have been picked Acerola Cherries spoil very quickly, you only have about 5 days before they go bad. So how do we consume a sustainable source of these cherries to enjoy their abundance of benefits? Enter Perfect Supplements Freeze Dried Acerola Powder.
By gently freeze drying unripened Acerola Cherries, Perfect Supplements was able to create an Acerola Powder that has all of the nutrients of the Acerola Cherries, is shelf stable, contains no other ingredients and tastes great!
Why Take Acerola Powder instead of Synthetic Vitamin C Supplements?
Vitamin C is known as Ascorbic Acid by its chemical name.
Many of the Ascorbic Acid supplements on the market are made from GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) Corn. Corn is basically treated with chemicals or enzymes to produce ascorbic acid.