- — Kosher, Non-GMO, Organic, Raw, Vegan
- — This food is low in Saturated Fat, Sodium, and Cholesterol
- — Amazing source of Vitamin C
- — Freeze-dried powder
A Flavorful Source of Vitamin C
There are many vitamin C sources, but Pure Organic Acerola Cherry Powder stands out among them. Aside from the nutrients, it also adds a delicious flavor to your foods. Loaded with vitamin C, this berry naturally has an astringent and yet sweet taste. However, fresh acerola cherries are only good for five days max, so powder is the best alternative for those who cannot grow these berries in their garden. Organic Acerola Cherry Powder tastes sour because it contains a large amount of vitamin C and little sugar, as it’s stripped away during dehydration. Therefore, you should add it to your meals in tiny amounts. ¼ of a teaspoon or even less is the best place to start. You might increase the dosage if you like it, and your body takes to this superfood well. However, please remember that you shouldn’t overeat vitamin C, so follow the general dietary guidelines regarding this nutrient.
How to Incorporate Pure Organic Acerola Cherry Powder into Your Meals
Organic acerola powder tastes best when mixed into smoothies or juices. You can use it to boost the antioxidant and nutritional value of any drink. It will also go well with puddings, oatmeal, and yogurt. You can add some powder to the dough when baking, but remember that heat will destroy most of the vitamin C as it’s sensitive to high temperatures. That’s why you should always choose organic freeze-dried acerola powder; It retains more of the nutrient due to exposure to cold instead of extreme heat. Moreover, this product contains a lot more vitamin C than acerola juice powder, which undergoes additional processing steps.
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