Baobab Fruit Powder

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US$5.99

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Baobab is the super-fruit of Africa's 'Tree of Life'. The only fruit in the world that dries on the branch, we simply de-seed and sieve to create a natural powder that is high in fiber and rich in vitamin C. The Powder has a Citrusy or Lemony taste. The pulp of the baobab fruit is high in antioxidants and contains: • Vitamin C: Six times more than a glass of orange juice. • Potassium: Two times more than banana. • Iron: Two times more than meat or spinach. • Magnesium: Four times more than coconut water. • Antioxidants: 7800 ORAC units. • Fiber: 50% soluble fiber (good for your cholesterol) • Calcium: More than glass of milk. Baobab Powder is a rich source of vitamin C (1 tsp provide 33% of your daily requirement), which supports a healthy Immune system, energy release and healthy skin. It is also almost 50% fiber (two thirds soluble and one third insoluble, making it a powerful prebiotic) and contains more antioxidants than any other whole fruit. ½ - 1 tsp in your Smoothie or in 8 oz warm water or favorite drink, once or twice daily Other Uses: Sprinkle on fruit, cereal, yogurt and pancakes *Bake into bread, brownies, cakes and cookies, *Stir into porridge, desserts, soups and stews, *Shake into water, juice, coconut water and salad dressings, *Blend into smoothies, sauces, shakes and dips
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A Gift To Africa

A Gift To Africa
Sabina Zunguze Abaco Cove, Niceville, , 32578, US zunguze@gmail.com
A Gift To Africa was founded in 2005 by a Zimbabwean native, Sabina Zunguze, as a USA-based social enterprise in Salt Lake City, Utah with a sole purpose of empowering African business women grow their businesses sustainably and enter into global mar...

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