Bumbleroot Foods - 100% Organic Baobab Powder - 8 oz

$ 24.00

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Baobab is a superfruit that has great things, like antioxidants,dietary fibervitamin Cvitamin Bcalciummagnesium, and potassium. The fruit – a big, coconut looking thing – comes from Africa’s picturesque baobab tree, known as the “Tree of Life.

One serving (about 2 tablespoons) contains 24% of your daily recommended dietary fiber and 25% of the daily recommended Vitamin C.

And if that wasn't enough, the fiber in the Baobab fruit pulp acts as a prebiotic – helping your gut grow its good bacteria so that you can better absorb nutrients.

And it's extremely alkaline with a PRAL value of -52.

Its tangy and slightly sweet taste works well in smoothies, tomato sauce, desserts, and many other foods.

Ante up your antioxidants! Check out how baobab compares to other famous superfruits.

8 Reasons to Love Baobab

1. The Baobab Fruit has more antioxidants than acai, goji berries, or blueberries.

  • It blows nearly every other superfood out of the water according to its ORAC score. This heavy hitter also has potassium, magnesium, calcium, and Vitamin C.

2. It's super alkaline.

  • For our bodies to function optimally, we should have an alkaline PH blood level. How do we do this? By eating highly alkaline foods. Baobab is on one of the highest alkaline foods around with a PRAL rating of -52.

3. It's an amazing source of Vitamin C and dietary fiber.

  • For our bodies to function optimally, we should have an alkaline PH blood level. How do we do this? By eating highly alkaline foods. Baobab is on one of the highest alkaline foods around with a PRAL rating of -52.

4. It acts as a prebiotic.

  • You've heard of probiotics, but just as important are prebiotics which help that good bacteria grow in your gut. The fiber in the baobab fruit has prebiotic properties.

5. The Tree provides income opportunities in Africa.

  • Baobab trees - also known as the "tree of life" grow in the driest areas in Africa, which are usually also the poorest areas. Income opportunities are scarce and harvesting baobab can provide the people who live in these areas the funds to improve their quality of life.

6. It's harvested sustainably.

  • When the fruit is ripe, it falls to the ground and is picked up by harvesters. No damage is done to the tree. In fact, when the fruit brings economic value, the tree has more protection from being harmed or cut down.

7. It has a sweet and citrusy taste.

  • The fruit comes in raw, powdered form. It adds a tangy zest when added to food or drinks

8. Cyclists and other athletes love it.

  • Due to its many antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals - athletes adding Baobab to their diets report enjoying increased energy and lessened recovery times.

Baobab is harvested in some of the poorest and most drought prone areas in Africa. The sustainable harvesting of this fruit provides important income for local communities.

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