Maybe We’re Not So Clever

The fact that it has taken so long for the general public in the US, UK and other English speaking countries to discover the benefits of Acai berries raises some interesting questions. Not least of these surrounds the fact that we in the English-speaking parts of the world have a tendency to often think of ourselves as being quite advanced. There is an awful lot of patronising nonsense talked about other countries, where if they should manage to achieve anything beyond poor or average results they are patted on the back and given faint praise.

Now look at the fact that for many years we have been looking at ways of losing weight which have led us down some blind alleys and to some very peculiar behavior. Why do we have the right to patronise anyone when natural solutions existed all this time and we have been following diets which actually put our health at risk? Maybe we aren’t actually all that clever. The Acai berry has now been shown in many peer-reviewed studies to have a definite effect on weight loss and energy. And here we were, looking for the answer in some very improbable locations.

It is always best to look for a natural solution to questions of health and well-being. Our bodies cry out for the right fuel, for something which will work with the make-up of our system with a minimum of side-effects. With chemically-created products, what we end up with is a lot of by-products which leave us feeling sluggish. This doesn’t happen with Acai berries.

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