What Makes Baobab Fruit So Super?

If you read our Baobab Fruit article you can see all the incredible nutrients that the Baobab Fruit has to offer. Sure, it has 6x the Vitamin C of Oranges, Double the Antioxidants of the mighty Acai Berry and more magnesium and potassium, ounce for ounce than the bananas – but to us, that is NOT what makes the Baobab fruit a superfruit.

Processing Is Kryptonite To Superfruits!

You see, there are plenty of fruits that have great nutrients…when they are on the tree.  The problem is, most of the so-called super foods that we try are processed.  The fruits are spray-dried or heated to get them from their natural fruit form into a powder or supplement.  It is during this processing that many super foods and super fruits lose their super powers.

Baobab fruit is one of the only fruits that actually dehydrates in the shell!  Take a look at this photo of the Baobab fruit -

Baobab Fruit

See those little white nuggets?  That is actually the Baobab Fruit Pulp.  Inside the shell, the Baobab Pulp dehydrates, so when you crack it open you get these little dry pieces of Baobab Fruit pulp.  To turn the Baobab Fruit pulp into a powder, all you have to do is crush the large pieces.  Absolutely no heat or drying techniques is used.

The fact that Baobab naturally dehyrdates in the shell, this is what makes Baobab Fruit Super!  All of the nutrients remain when you buy a 100% Organic Baobab Fruit Powder supplement that is made with Organic Baobab and no processing.

Is It Also Important to Find Organic Baobab Fruit?

Absolutely yes!  Baobab Fruit needs to be certified Organic, otherwise you can not be sure what chemicals are in the Baobab Fruit pulp.  It may cost a little more, but make sure your Baobab Fruit Powder is USDA Certified Organic.

Have Questions on Baobab Fruit? Fire Away

We have received great feedback from our readers and we can’t wait to hear more.  Is there something about Organic Baobab Fruit that still does not make sense?  Have a question that is not answered on our site?  Just hit us up on the Contact Us page and let us know.  We love talking about the Baobab Fruit and will do our best to answer your questions.

 

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