- Berries & Fruits
Acerola cherries are native to the West Indies and are commonly known as "Brazilian cherries." The cherries contain up to 65 times more vitamin C than oranges.
Acerola cherries, offer numerous health benefits. Rich in vitamin C, they support the immune system, collagen production, and skin health. These cherries also provide vitamins A, B6, K, folate, and potassium, vital for bones, vision, and blood clotting. Acerola cherries possess antioxidant properties and potential anti-inflammatory effects, countering oxidative stress and chronic diseases. With their high fiber content, they aid digestion and blood sugar regulation. Including acerola cherries in your diet can promote immune function, enhance skin health, and boost overall vitality
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