Camu Camu berries are becoming increasingly popular, as well as more and more attention of experts due to the very high content of anti-inflammatory ingredients.
Small, cherry-like fruits come from South America. They are characterized by light yellow flesh and delicate skin.
They have been used in natural medicine in Latin America for hundreds of years.
They are included in the Superfoods group, i.e. super foods with exceptional nutritional values.
Their sour taste (reminiscent of cherry with lime) is due to a powerful dose of vitamin C.
Camu Camu berries contain 60 times more than an orange! Therefore, they are probably the richest source in the world.
In addition to the rich source of vitamin C, Camu Camu is rich in flavonoids. Their presence slows down the aging process and strengthens the immune system.
The content of cartenoids reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and also reduces the level of bad cholesterol.
Thanks to their low calorie and low glycemic index, they can be consumed by diabetics.
Usage: Camu Camu berries in powdered form can be added to enrich juices, nectars, jams, yogurts.
The sour taste makes the addition to the marinade enrich the taste of meat.
Fresh fruit can be frozen.
Ingredients: Camu Camu Bio powdered fruit
Net weight: 21g
Fun fact: Camu Camu berries increase yeast efficiency.
Adding them to a raw dough will make it grow faster and have a delicate structure.