ARE THERE ACAI BERRY SIDE EFFECTS?…
The quick answer is NO… But make sure your acai berry supplement is 100% pure, organic freeze-dried acai. To do that you must always read the Supplement Factson the label.
Acai berries are an all natural fruit that grows in the Amazon Rainforest and is comparable to the blueberry, but with even more antioxidants and other beneficial nutrients. Although acai berry is relatively new to most countries, people in South America, who live near the Amazon Rainforest, have been eating acai berry for hundreds of years. They regularly eat this fruit for breakfast, have enjoyed the many health benefits, and even refer to the acai berry palm as “the tree of life”. Acai berry is new to those of us who do not live in South America because the berry has no shelf life and needs to be frozen within 24 hours of being harvested.
Perfect Supplements believes consumers should always use the purest acai berry in the best possible form. Our acai begins the freeze-drying process within 18 hours of the berries being picked from the trees in the rainforest; you will not find a better, safer or more nutritious acai supplement on the market today.
Perfect Acai only uses the highest quality, pure organic freeze-dried acai berry with no additives, fillers or flow agents. Unless you have had some allergic reaction to berries or fruit, there should never be a negative side effect to Perfect Acai.
Beware! many companies that are selling acai berry supplements use additives and fillers, therefore, they cannot make this claim. They add gluten, maltodextrin, caffeine, artificial coloring or other cheap ingredients in their capsules that the unsuspecting consumer knows nothing about. As a result, it is entirely possible to suffer side effects when taking anything other than Perfect Acai. Of course the health benefits from these inferior acai berry supplements would be greatly reduced as well.
As of 2009, there have been no major acai side effects reported in any medical journals. In addition, Perfect Acai has been on the market for almost 3 years and has not had any reported acai berry side effects.
Here is what WebMD had to say about acai berry side effects, “If you have pollen allergies or have a known hypersensitivity to acai or similar berries, you may want to avoid this fruit. When eaten in moderate amounts, though, acai is likely safe.”
All consumers with serious underlying health issues are advised to consult a physician before taking any supplement.