Side Effects Associated With The Acai Berry
Believe it or not, the most common question people ask us is whether there are any side effects from the use of acai berry products. Although this is a legitimate concern for anyone who has seen the effects of harsh supplements, diet pills, etc., the question makes us smile. It's as if people are asking what the side effects are to eating strawberries or a banana. Well, our answer is that they're the same negative side effects to eating any natural, organic fruit: none. Acai berries, acai berry pulp, acai berry juice and any quality supplements made from acai can be considered 100% side-effect free.
That's not to say that the acai product can't be mixed in with something that does cause side effects and health risks to consumers. Products that are becoming immensely popular, such as acai that is sold with guarana syrup is a good example. Guarana, which was also discovered in the Amazon rainforest, contains caffeine and is used to suppress appetite as well as act as a stimulant. Needless to say, any of the negative side effects that are produced by caffeine would certainly carry over to any acai products mixed in.
In terms of how the product is used, there are also risk factors for the diet fads and guides hitting the shelves that promote unhealthy eating habits while slapping the acai berry name right along side. These diets combine the aforementioned diet pills and supplements with a trace amount of the acai berry fruit to enable the manufacturers to sell the diet pills as 'new' acai diet pills. Be warned, not all supplements are created equally!
This is exactly why we do the work that we do. Our job is to weed out the good supplements from the bad and make sure you get the best of the best in terms of taste, vitamin content, appetite suppression and most of all -- health. Our research has determined time and time again that the best supplements are those that contain quality acai and not much else.