Today's posting is a little "out there" for me, but I want to share a possible resource with you. I heard about acai juice from a woman in one of my groups, and, reading about it, makes me think it might actually be of value to some people. For sure, this falls into the category of "might help, won't hurt", and I leave further judgment to you. The only caveat is this: If you are on active treatment (not including hormonal therapies), mention it to your doctor before trying it. Acai juice does not come with anti-cancer ridiculous promises, but the suggestion is that it may help with energy and memory.
This is the drink I mentioned in group. I buy an organic version from Amazon for $19. a bottle plus shipping and I take 1/2 ounce early in the morning (with 2 vitamin B12 capsules). My daughter started drinking this daily and said she felt more energy. I have another friend who have tried it and she reports feeling more energy throughout the day. The bottle I purchase recommends 1 ounce per day.
I find I have alot more energy since I ve been drinking it daily and my memory has improved since treatment.
I pulled the information below off a website I found by putting "acai drink" into Google. The picture looks more like 8 ounces and not the recommended 1 ounce per day. The drink does remind me of red wine but alot sweeter.
"Açaí or Acai pronounced (ah-shi-ee) was recently promoted on the Oprah Winfrey show about it's amazing health benefits that it gives to the human body.
Acai juice and Acai smoothies come from the extract of the Acai berry which is a South American fruit. It has been used for centuries in countries such as Brazil and heralded for it's amazing healing properties.
Once you try Acai you will almost immediately feel results. It is the richest among all fruits in antioxidants.
Go ahead and try a glass for yourself.
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