Acai Berry Alive

 - Sep 24, 2007
References: aliveyogurt
If that feeling of really being alive has been missing for you, you might want to try starting your day with Alive Yogurt. The creamy new treat is chock full of antioxidants from natural sources like green tea, Açia berries, pomegranites, blueberries, blackeries, cranberries, carrots and tomatos.

If you're not quite daring enough to try carrot yogurt, start with the Very Berry Açia. The fruit comes from the Amazon jungle and holds the first place for world super foods. Not only is it full of cancer-fighting antioxidants, but it's also said to have miraculous anti-aging properties. Another bonus? It has distinct notes of chocolates mixed in with the sweetness of berries.

"Packed full of antioxidants, high in omega 6 and omega 9 oils, and a rich source of protein and dietary fibre; acai is one of the most nutritious foods in the world," Alive says of the fruit. "It has 10 times more antioxidant power than blueberries or red grapes."

"This means that it may help to combat premature aging, promote cardiovascular and digestive health, and play an essential role in the body's regeneration and rejuvenation processes. Its antioxidant properties also mean that acai may help in the prevention of age-related diseases such as cancer and coronary heart disease."

Could this be Gisele Bundchen's secret to radiant beauty? Can't hurt to give it a go!