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Brazilian Acai taste
Real Acai pulp used
potency formula (85% Acai plus 15% mixture of just 2 other
harvest our Brazilian Acai berries are inspected and selected for
their superior quality, flavor and color. These are the
benchmarks for optimum bioactivity of the nutrients, vitamins and
other useful compounds found naturally in this tree ripened
fruit. Our Acai is wild-harvested which in turn protects the
future of the Amazon rainforest by making the trees more valuable
than deforested ground. So every time you drink Dr. Tim's
Brazilian Acai, you are saving the local rainforest and providing
work and economic stability to these beautiful and remote areas
of the world.
berries are then processed using the Cryoflux Technology which is
an exclusive method developed by Dr. Tim in order to protect the
natural bio-activity and nutrients in the juice. The process also
helps in converting Acai berries into a tasty, healthy drink. His
Acai juice is not only the most potent around, it contains all
the nutrients and retains the flavorful taste of the
ACAI contains: Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3. Vitamin E,
Vitamin C, Phosphorus, Calcium, Potassium, Fiber, Proteins, Iron,
Essential fatty acids Omega 6 and Omega 9.
cleansing and detoxifying
In vitro and in vivo antioxidant and anti-inflammatory capacities
of an antioxidant-rich fruit and berry juice blend. Results of a
pilot and randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled,
Jensen GS, Wu X, Patterson KM, Barnes J, Carter SG, Scherwitz L,
Beaman R, Endres JR, Schauss AG.
J Agric Food Chem. 2008 Sep 24
REASONS WHY TO BUY DR. TIM'S ACAI JUICE:
PRICE & VALUE - No other Acai Juice can compare to our juice
oz per oz value.
- $18.95 for a 32 oz bottle
- No minimum quantity restrictions
- Best tasting most authentic Acai Juice
- 22,500 mg of pure Acai Juice per serving, that's
720,000 mg of pure Acai in one 32 oz bottle!
- Each serving equals 5 servings of fruits
- Flash Pasteurized for safety
ACAI QUALITY - Our Acai Juice is all natural with no added junk.
We believe in searching the world to provide you with finest Acai
- All Natural
- Great Tasting
- 100% satisfaction guarantee
- Natural bio-activity from fruit
- No added water
- No fillers or suspension agents
- No artificial colors
- No artificial flavors
- Gluten free
- GMO free (genetically modified organism)
- MSG free (monosodium glutamate)
- 100% Vegan
- Flash Pasteurized for safety
- No added preservatives
- No artificial sweeteners
- No added sugar or corn syrup
- Not reconstituted from powder
- 85%+ Acai juice content
- No fat & Low carbs
PROCESSING and SAFETY - Take advantage of an established company
with the highest quality production and safety standards.
- All products are Dr. researched and formulated
- Growing and production of products are personally inspected
for highest quality available.
- Proprietary Cryoflux technology to preserve the natural
bio-activity of the juices.
- Flash pasteurized for safety
- Processed in the USA at a USDA certified facility
- Guaranteed Product Analysis
- Kosher Certified
- Valid Certificate of Origin for every product
- Tamper proof seals
- Unbreakable & leachproof PET2 bottles
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WHY JUICE IS BETTER THAN PILLS - Pills are another step in
processing the acai fruit away from it's natural form.
- All pills including gel caps use powders that have been spray
dried. This, of course lowers the quality of the acai.
- There's no guarantee as to the amount of acai or it's potency
in the pills. This is totally unregulated.
- Liquids are absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract much
quicker and far more efficiently than any pill or gel cap.
- Liquids that are cold processed retain bioactivity.
- Most acai pills contain more inert excipients (flow agents
like silica, maltodextrin etc) than fruit powder.
WE ARE NOT A "FREE TRIAL" SCAM- Some Acai companies offer a "Free
- They offer a limited free trial, but will charge your credit
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- We are in NO WAY, SHAPE OR FORM related to the
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report it to the Attorney General's office, the Better Business
Bureau or consumer advocacy group. Companies like this are
giving the Acai industry a bad name and need to be dealt with.
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ECO FRIENDLY- Brazil Botanicals has made a commitment to protect
the environment in it's business practices.
- We support wild-harvesting of our products to preserve
natural habitats and encourage local economies
- You can use exotic juices as emergency food storage to
replace fresh fruits and vitamin pills
- You can reuse plastic bottles to store water for 72 hour
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THE ACAI BERRY
(Ah-sigh-EE) - (Euterpe Oleracea or the Brazilian Date Palm
Berry) is grown in the Amazon flood basin. Acai is a slender
multi-stemmed palm producing a dark purple, round berry, which is
more seed than berry. Each tree produces 3 to 4 branches of fruit
with each branch accounting for 3 to 6 kilograms of fruit. The
fruit is harvested from July to December. Acai contains Vitamin
B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3. Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Phosphorus,
Calcium, Potassium, Fiber, Proteins, Iron, Essential fatty acids
Omega 6 and Omega 9.The natives call this phenomenal fruit their
superfood. They eat it as a main course with veggies or sea food.
They also add sugar to make it into a dessert.
tbs (30 ml) daily as a dietary supplement. Or drink as much you
want. Don’t worry, we’ll make more!
blend of Pure Acai Fruit Cryoflux Concentrate, Clarified
Pineapple and Black Cherry Juice Concentrate, natural flavors and
statements or information on this site have been evaluated by the
Food and Drug Administration. No products on this website are
intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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What Is The Most Effective Way Of Taking Nutritional
Liquids such as pure natural fruit juice do not have binders that
pills use to hold molecules together or agents which help break
them up. Dr. Tim's Exotic Juices do not contain artificial
colors, flavors, sweeteners, coating materials which are normally
used in pills and capsules and may also be harmful to you
Most of the time nutritional supplement pills or capsules are
inconvenient to swallow or use without having a glass of water.
Natural super juices can be taken easily and quickly.
Taking vitamin pills can also be wasteful. The Physician's Desk
Reference, one of the premier reference books for doctors,
mentions that while only 10 to 20% of the contents of a vitamin
pills can be absorbed by the body, nearly 98% of the nutrients
contained in liquid vitamins are available to the body. This
means you could be wasting 90% of the cost of vitamin
With exotic super juices, most of the nutrients are absorbed into
they body and not wasted. With Dr. Tim, you can spend less that
$15 for a month's supply of super juices. Buying the same of
vitamins in pill form, would cost you over $300.
Dr. Tim's super juices allows you to have the right amount of
vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acids in a balanced
ratio which can allow for maximum absorption and minimum
Acai is a great berry but some unscrupulous “Acai Berry Diet
Pill” companies are conning you with is nothing more than placebo
powder! Authentic Brazilian acai berries are rich in
anti-oxidants and are very healthy for you in their natural state
or as a juice, but the pills that are being offered are based out
of multidextrin which is nothing more than dried corn starch
Their “diet pills” may also contain: Croscamellose Sodium,
Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Calcium Silicate, Stearic
Acid and Dicalcium Phosphate. Where’s the Acai?
Are you tired of paying more and getting less for your
hard-earned money for Acai, Goji, Mangosteen and Noni
Wouldn’t it be nice to spend less money and get more product
AND getting a higher quality juice? And wouldn’t it be nice to
get FREE Fedex shipping anywhere in the USA?
Best Value/Best Quality on the Market
Dr. Tim’s Exotic Juices offers both the low prices and the
highest quality on the market AND offers FREE shipping when you
order 5, 10 or 15 bottles online! Plus you don’t have to pay an
annual membership fee or be required to enroll in an auto-ship
program as most of our competitors require.
You would have to spend over $1,350 ($39 + $15 shipping x 25)
for 25 Mona Vie 32oz bottles with less than 20% pure acai plus
shipping costs to equal 5 of Dr. Tim’s Brazilian Acai (more
than 85% pure acai juice) 32oz bottles that only cost $94.75,
plus you get FREE Fedex shipping when you order 5, 10 or 15
bottles at a time! That’s a 91% discount!
Purity of our products
Dr. Tim does NOT add the following ingredients that most of the
exotic juice industry uses as fillers: Water, Citric Acid,
Xanthan Gum, Potassium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Yeast,
Wheat, Milk or Milk Derivatives, Lactose, Soy, Artificial
Colors, Artificial Flavors.
Quality and potency you can trust
In fact, Dr. Tim uses a proprietary processing method that both
preserves and concentrates the active enzymes of the exotic
fruits. All of the juices are certified USDA organic and Kosher
certified, and have been processed in a FDA inspected
Our advantage over the competition
We challenge any competitor to offer the same value as our
products offer at low prices and with a free shipping
A doctor you can trust
Dr. Tim has personally inspected all the plantations in Brazil,
Polynesia, Thailand and China where his exotic juice plants are
grown and has a personal relationship with each of the growers.
Dr. Tim is also a surgeon, formulator, bulk supplier, author,
lecturer and research scientist. He isn’t just a marketer or an
uniformed reseller hiding behind a product.
In summary, Dr. Tim offers the lowest prices, superior quality
and taste, authentic sourcing, and a free Fedex shipping
Acai Quality and Flavor
Acai continues to grow in popularity and myth. This once
obscure purple date palm berry that grows wild among the
waterways of the Amazon from the eastern slope of the Andes to
the Atlantic Ocean initially fed only the indigenous people of
that area. Soon Acai could be found throughout Brazil and found
great success in Rio de Janeiro. Soon after, Acai made its way
to the United States. In Brazil it is consumed fresh along the
Amazon and as a frozen sorbet in the rest of the country. Now
Acai is found worldwide in the form of juice.
For all of the wonderful benefits offered by this little fruit
there have been some claims that have not been true: such as a
miracle weight loss pill. However Acai is a highly nutritious
fruit packed with anthocyanins, omegas and other antioxidants.
It is really the first super fruit to make into the mainstream
food chain. Dr. Tim’s Brazilian Acai is the first Acai drink to
be offered in standard supermarkets. There have been others but
they are more of a watered down flavored drink than the rich,
delicious, thick and smooth Acai concentrate offered by Dr.
Because Dr. Tim uses so much Acai in each bottle (over 85% high
quality Acai) and only two other juices to help support the
flavor profile, the flavor can and will vary from batch to
batch. Include the fact that Acai is wild harvested and that
the oil content of Acai fluctuates with the growing season and
soon you can begin to understand why the flavor may be
different from time to time. The oils found in Acai are the
omegas and 9. They contribute to the flavor of Acai. When the
omegas are high then the taste can have a metallic sense that
comes through. This subtle yet discernable change in flavor is
the hallmark of genuine high quality juice.
Buy 5, 10 or 15 bottles of any of Dr. Tim's Juices and
save 95% over the competition and get FREE Fedex shipping
anywhere in the USA! Why pay more for less? If you have any
questions about our company or products, Dr. Tim is willing to
answer them personally.
Brazil Botanicals is the leading source for Acai, Goji, Noni
and Mangosteen juices and other healthy products.
Each refreshing juice is formulated to contribute to your
overall health. Try some today!
ACAI AS A WHOLE FOOD SUPPLEMENT
Indigenous peoples typically eat what is readily available and what sustains them. This is how they thrive in their relatively primitive environments. Generally their food sources have survived the test of time for their nutrient content and effectiveness. Food traditions handed down from one generation to the next is how these modern day indigenous populations know what to eat, when to eat it and how to eat it. Acai serves as a major food source for people indigenous to Brazil, Colombia, and Suriname. It is also used in folk medicinal remedies to treat of fever, pain, and flu. The fruit's dark green oil has been used as an antidiarrheal agent. (3) Acai is a fruit that has been utilized as a food source long before its recent popularity outside of Brazil.
Acai is a fruit with great economic value; its juice is used to produce jelly, syrup, liquor, ice cream, energy drinks, and a variety of other beverages. (4) Because the skin and flesh of the acai fruit are so thin and the seed so large approximately 110,000 tons of fruit yield 100,000 tons of acai seeds commercially every year in the city of Belem, Brazil, alone. (1 , 2 , 5) The frozen aqueous extract has been exported to numerous countries including the United States, Japan, the Netherlands, and Italy. (6)
The deep violet colored Acai fruit from the Amazon is not only used for food, beverages and medicines but also dyes by Amazon peasants over centuries. Its’ pigmentation is so dense; its juice stains anything it touches – skin, cowhide, containers, even teeth when frequently taken undiluted. It is in this pigment that the powerful antioxidant anthocyanins are found. Acai is used in so many ways because of its proven utility as a super food. It is one of nature's “Super Fruits” a modern and unscientific declaration given to fruits that come from remote areas of the world and demonstrate remarkable health and nutrition benefits which have only recently become commercialized. These fruits are typically not commercially cultivated and are harvested by hand using archaic yet effective techniques. Acai has emerged in the last decade as the star of this “Super Fruit” category with a delicious taste and versatility of beverage and food applications.
Research printed in the Archives of Latinoamerican Nutrition in March of 2006 Sangronis et al explored the viability of flour made from the acai fruit as a replacement for traditional flour. The fat content (monosaturated fats, the good ones), dietary fiber and iron content were remarkable for the acai flour. Additionally the acai flour used in both test cookie and cake were accepted for taste. These results demonstrate in part the highly versatile nature of the acai berry as a food source and the viability as a replacement for traditional wheat flour.
Several new facts about the nutrient content of acai have been identified in the table below. Averaged or approximated data are presented as the assessment of this berry's nutritional composition comes from two sources (4, 7) whose açaí samples were not identical:
1. the caloric value of a single serving (approximately 600 calories per standard 100 g) is exceptional among comparative berry fruit such as goji (“wolfberry”, Lycium barbarum L.) and lowbush blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium L.), apparently due to its remarkably high fat content
2. In one study the total fat content for açaí berry is highly unusual for fruit, some 40% of dry weight. The primary medicinal part of the plant is the fruit or berry. Numerous studies have been completed on the nutritional composition and chemistry of the fruit. Acai fruit and berries contain lipids (49.4% and 33.1%), proteins (13.8% and 9.3%), ash (5.2% and 2.2%), and total dietary fiber (27.3% and 18%), respectively. (22)
3. relative to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) and the micronutrient-dense goji berry, açaí has remarkable contents of several essential minerals – calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc
4. lipid-soluble antioxidant vitamins A and E are rich in concentration, 1000 IU and 45 mg per 100 g, respectively. 67% of the total tocopherols in açaí pulp are alpha-tocopherol
5. In another study on freeze-dried acai fruit identified 19 amino acids, making up 7.6% of total weight. Oleic acid (54%), palmitic acid (27%), and linoleic acid (12%) were the 3 dominant fatty acids. Nutrient analysis of 100 g of powder found 534 calories, 52 g carbohydrates, 8 g protein, 33 g total fat, and 44 g fiber. Vitamins A, B (10), and C are present, as well as calcium and iron. Five sterols have also been isolated. The major phytochemicals include anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, and other flavonoids, which are most likely associated with antioxidant activity. Cyandin 3-glucoside and cyanidin 3-rutinoside are the 2 predominant anthocyanins. (12, 16, 23) Total analysis of all flavonoids in the fruit pulp 16 and antioxidant capacity of the seed extract 5 is documented.
Table 1. Macronutrients
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(1) Laboratorio Catarinense SA, Joinville, Brazil, ref. 4
(2) Schauss et al., ref. 7
(3) Gross et al., ref. 3
(4) ref. 1
By comparison with the two other berry species shown - goji and blueberries - the new açaí analyses demonstrate a much higher energy, fat and fiber yield. By comparison to most plant foods, goji berry is also a high-calorie, nutrient-dense fruit, whereas blueberry is relatively lean in caloric value and nutrients.
Analysis of the fat composition by both sources (4,7) revealed the precise origins of açaí's exceptional lipid density. Nearly all of the saturated fatty acid content in açaí is from palmitic acid (IUPAC hexadecanoic acid, approx. 23%), monounsaturated fat is from oleic acid (approx. 58%, an omega-9 fat,18:1 ω-9), and polyunsaturated fats result from linoleic acid (12%, an omega-6 fat, 18:2 ω-6). These three fatty acids, therefore, make up 93% of the total lipids in açaí. The oleic acid content of açaí is the same as in olive oil.
Both studies included data for several phytosterols, plant-derived lipids with structure similar to mammalian cholesterol. Phytosterols have considerable promise as cholesterol-lowering and anticancer agents in human therapies (5). In each study, beta-sitosterol was the dominant element, comprising some 85% (average) of the total for all sterols (Table 2). These results reveal açaí as an enriched food source of this valuable phytosterol.
In summary, açaí fruit displays unusually high contents of calories, diverse fats, fiber and phytosterols, particularly beta-sitosterol.
MINERALS & VITAMINS
The density of several minerals in açaí is a significant percentage of the DRI, especially for copper and zinc which equal or exceed the DRI (Table 2). In one assay (4), vitamin E content was 3-times the DRI (Table 2).
Table 2. Essential Micronutrients
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(1) Laboratorio Catarinense SA, Joinville, Brazil, ref. 4
(2) Schauss et al., ref. 7
(3) Gross et al., ref. 3
(4) ref. 1
* not considered a micronutrient; x, no RDI established; ^ demonstrated in fruit, roots and leaves of Lycium barbarum L. or Lycium chinense (3); ? no reports
Attention of food chemists is drawn readily to açaí by its rich color, a subjective indication of high concentration of phenolic or anthocyanins pigments with antioxidant properties that may convey health benefits for numerous human disease conditions (8,9).
Both studies (4,8) analyzed açaí pulp for phenolic compounds, finding levels of anthocyanins were1% of sample mass (4) and total phenolics unexpectedly moderate (1.4 g per 100 g, ref. 8). It is likely that phenolics not yet identified are present in açaí, indicating a need for further analysis of pigments in this intriguing berry.
In the study by Schauss and coworkers (8), measurements of oxygen radical absorbance capacity (“ORAC”, antioxidant strength) were performed on freeze-dried açaí pulp and skin powders in vitro for each of four reactive oxygen species (ROS) - superoxide, peroxynitrite, hydroxyl radical and peroxyl radical for both hydrophilic- and lipid-soluble species.
The assay for superoxide, considered perhaps the most representative determination of antioxidant capacity (as it is involved in formation of other ROS and circulates systemically in blood), revealed a value of 161,400 units per 100 g, the highest result yet found for superoxide radical among plant foods (8). Total ORAC (against peroxyl radical) determined from both hydrophilic and lipophilic sources was 102,700 units per 100 g, again the highest value found to date among edible fruits and vegetables for this radical (8). Additional evidence showed that açaí pulp significantly inhibited the formation of all ROS in vitro (8).
HEALTH & DISEASE PREVENTION
Dozens of diseases have a component of oxidative stress at their origins, such as chronic inflammation, atherosclerosis, diabetes and cancer (8,9), and so may be prevented or inhibited by high-antioxidant fruit like açaí.
For example, a recent study showed that açaí antioxidants could induce more rapid death (apoptosis) of leukemia cells in vitro (11). This preliminary research indicates a possible anti-cancer effect of anthocyanins and other açaí pigments, similar to promising laboratory results examining phenolics in the black raspberry as a chemopreventive food source (15).
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity of acai has been documented. Folk medicinal uses include treatment of fever, pain, and flu. The fruit's dark green oil has been used as an antidiarrheal agent. However, there is a lack of clinical information to recommend acai for any use.
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity of acai has been studied.
Anticancer activity In vitro
Acai fractions containing polyphenolic compounds reduced the proliferation of HL-60 leukemia cells through caspase-3 activation in a dose- and time-dependent manner. The mechanism of action is associated with polyphenolic phytochemicals activating caspase-3, leading to cell death or apoptosis. (26)
An ethanol extract of acai palm fruit peel inhibited testosterone 5-alpha reductase. In patients with an enlarged prostate, dysuria was prevented by the administration of 2 tablets per day (80 mg of acai palm fruit peel extract powder per tablet) for 1 month. (32)
Acai induced an endothelium-dependent vasodilator effect in a rat mesenteric vascular bed. The mechanism of action appeared to be dependent on activation of NO-GMPc pathway and may involve endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor release. (15)
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1/15/2010 9:31 AM
Cut my Cholesterol in half, love it
10/30/2009 5:25 AM
Taste Great and a very good price. I've been drinking the acai juice for a month now. At first it gave me alot of gas. I sent a message to Dr. Tim asking why it would cause that and he answered very quickly. He said it should stop within a few weeks. It has slowed down. I will be trying some of the other juices on my next order. I'm 60 and want to stay as healthy as I can without meds. That's why I'm trying these juices.
Acai Juice Cholesterol Testimonial
6/22/2009 8:11 PM
After being introduced to the benefits of the acai juice 3 months ago and how it can lower cholesterol levels, I did my research and stumbled upon Dr. Tim's site. I have been on medicine for the last 11 years to help lower my Triglyceride levels and over that time period have never been able to get them down low enough to be in recommended 31 to 150 range.
After only 2 months of taking Dr Tim's Acai juice I can honestly say that there has been significant improvement in my numbers that my doctor is allowing me to go off my medications. Triglycerides are down from 243 to 103, regular cholesterol is down from 134 to 92 and LDL has gone from 49 to 38. I feel I have final been able to conquer a battle that I've worked so hard at trying to control with diet, exercise and finally the dreaded costly medications.
The added bonus to the improved health is the money I will be able to save not having to purchase the meds. And in these economic times who doesn't want to be able to save some of their hard earned dollars.Thanks Dr. Tim for providing these products! Kevin, Kansas
Love the Juices
4/3/2009 3:16 PM
I love Acai and Noni and Mangosteen juices from Dr. Tim. They taste fresh and delicious with no odd lingering aftertaste. In my quest to feed my 3 teens nutrient dense foods I add the juice to the super smoothies I make for them every morning. They always drink their breakfast with a smile! Here's what I put into their drinks: vanilla yogurt, orange juice, any Dr. Tim juice,strawberries, blueberries, oatmeal. I just wing the amounts and add whatever else I may have on hand at home (bananas, kiwi, peaches). Thanks Dr. Tim for helping keep me and my family healthy in such a delicious way. Great taste, great quality, great price: it's a no brainer.
Acai Juice vs. pills
3/24/2009 1:23 AM
So being what I consider to be somewhat intelligent, I knew NOT to order these free trials you see on the net. I did a few days research and was lookign for something pure, with minimal additives.I ordered 6 bottles in faith from your company. I have only taken 2 TBS a juiice every day for 10 days.Now the Dr had percribed 2 diffrent kinds of "Cholesterol reducing medicaations" both of which had wicked side affects to me. So neither of them were being taken. I just had blood work taken and my cholesterol is close to "normal " in just 10 days...I am trilled....I'll let you know how well its going again in 8 weeks on my next Dr's visit.