Is Acai Berry juice good for the body? Is Vitamin K bad?

I recently read about the tremendous health benefits of the Acai Berry. Then I found out on the nutritional information on the back that it contains Vitamin K. I have little knowledge of Vitamin K, but have begun to wonder of its dangers since reading in Chatelaine that Vitamin K actually thickens the blood and promotes strokes and blood clogs in the heart.

Can anyone help? Is Vitamin K bad? and Is the Acai Berry as healthy as people promote it to be?

One Response to “Is Acai Berry juice good for the body? Is Vitamin K bad?”

  1. da.shad0w Says:

    A little bit of Vitamin K won’t hurt you. It is true that Vitamin K helps blood clot. I personally know quite a bit about clotting and vitamin K, as I have 2 blood conditions that predispose me to clotting. This is not to say that if you ingest vitamin K you will suddenly have blood clots. This is not true.

    In fact, low bone mineral density is often associated with low vitamin K levels and a vitamin K deficiency can compromise bone health. Unless you already have a condition that promotes excessive clotting, I wouldn’t worry about it. Besides, people are generally deficient in vitamin K these days due to the abundance of fast food and processed carbohydrate-laden junk food.

    Furthermore, spinach and other green leafy vegetables have more vitamin K in them than acai does. Again, I wouldn’t worry about the vitamin K concentration of acai.

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    Acai berries have far more antioxidants than any other fruit. Even more than blueberries! Besides that, the nutrients in acai berry supplements help many other diseases and maladies, from diabetes to arthritis to blood clotting. It really is a worthwhile supplement to add to your daily nutrition.

    Acai can also be a great weight loss aid. The berry’s natural concoction of essential fatty acids, fiber, phytosterols and amino acids work together to help your body burn fat more efficiently, process food more quickly and shed the unwanted pounds that you’d like to lose.

    The fatty acids and amino acids aid in both muscle development and proper digestion, both of which are essential to fat loss. The fiber helps your body to move food out of your system quicker and also to help you feel full, as do fatty acids. Phytosterols help fortify your digestive tract, moving waste materials out and absorbing nutrients more efficiently.

    Acai has great anti-aging benefits, will cleanse and detoxify you, and has destroyed cancer cells in recent studies. You really can’t go wrong by adding an acai supplement to your daily vitamin regimen. So far it’s working for me by helping my digestion and by giving me more energy each day… I don’t even get sleepy around 3pm anymore.

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