Many Acai Products Don’t Work Because …
They have very little actual Acai in them!
- Big retailers like GNC, Amazon and Walmart only stock the absolute lowest price products
- Acai is a very expensive ingredient
- So….these companies don’t carry high quality, freeze-dried Acai
The huge popularity of Acai Berry combined with a lack of knowledge about this amazing berry has resulted in a lot of companies pushing cheap, crappy products. They have all sorts of fancy names for it like a proprietary blend — in which case they won’t even tell you how much acai is in it. And legally they can still advertise 500mg or 1000mg because that’s the size of the whole pill with all the other cheap ingredients mixed in.
So … How can you be sure the acai berry you are taking is worth your time and money?
3 Things To Look for
When Buying Acai…
1. Stay away from “free trials.” They will charge you $80 or more before you even get the product AND, they will send you a worthless crap product with very little acai in it.
– Read more about the free trial scams here
2. Look at the label. You want to see “acai berry pulp” (ideally freeze dried to preserve the nutrients) no fillers, seeds or roots – if the web site won’t show you the label … run the other way.
3. How many pills are in the bottle. GNC is selling 30 capsule bottles at 500mg and 60 capsule bottles at 250mg, both of which will only last 15 days. They do this because it makes the price “appear” to be half as much as other places.
3 Things To Stay Away From
When Buying Acai…
1. Stay away from pictures of celebrities. Yes, they like acai for the same reasons we do … however, major celebrities have NOT endorsed any particular brand. So if you see a celebrity prominently featured on a website, that company is being dishonest (very common)
2. Stay away from extracts and blends (4:1, 5:1 or any other ratio). Some companies blend acai with green tea, cleansing agents, etc. They do this because acai is expensive and imported from Brazil. So by blending it with cheap ingredients they hold down the cost. They may claim to provide a 1000mg capsule, but very little is actual acai berry
3. Stay away from roots. Who eats the roots? The roots do not have any nutritional value, but some companies do grind up the seeds and roots, so they can claim they are using “acai”. This is yet another ploy to sell at a very cheap price, without any concern if it actually works (it doesn’t)
So What Should You Do Now?
- First - Stick to a quality acai product like those in our
BBB certified Acai Berry Store
- Second - Take at least 1000mg/day, with a full glass of water. (Many customers take 1000mg twice a day – myself included)
- Third - Enjoy a healthier, more active life, and a slimmer body!
– Read more about how acai berry helps you with your diet
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