The benefits of #Amacari in your diet. #CamuCamu #SuperFruit

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Although I’ve seen the word Amacari in advertising for a couple years now, I only recently learned exactly where it comes from and what it can do. Amacari is a supplement that comes from South American camu camu berries. Camu camu was recently hailed by the Dr. Oz Show online as potentially being the “…missing fountain of youth.”

According to the same Dr. Oz blog post, camu camu contains numerous essential vitamins, including the highest known amount of naturally-occurring Vitamin C. Because of this, camu camu is rich in antioxidants, and studies suggest it has anti-aging and anti-inflammatory effects. Iron, niacin, riboflavin, phosphorus, potassium, beta-carotene, calcium, and amino acids can all be found in camu camu.

Camu camu is also known to give natural energy boosts and improve focus.

The fruit itself is sour, which is why other forms, like Amacari pills, are so popular. In Amacari, the whole fruit is picked raw and powdered through a special method to preserve the nutrients. The entire berry (skin, pulp, and seed) is encapsulated. Amacari is organic, non-GMO, GMP-compliant, vegan, gluten-free, and kosher!

Amacari from the camu camu super fruit. Read about the benefits on My Life: A Work in Progress. #Amacari #CamuCamu #SuperFruit

To purchase Amacari, visit the CamuPure website. Right now, purchase a bottle 30% off. Use code: LOVEAMACARI. You can also order a free trial box (shipping not included).

*If you use Amacari, share your experiences with others by using the hashtags #Amacari, #SuperFruit, and #CamuCamu!*

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Note- My Life: A Work in Progress was compensated for this post. Always talk to your doctor before taking a new supplement. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.

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