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HOW TO USE CAMU CAMU
The correct taste of this fruit is bitter or sour; the indigenous Amazonian people believe they were utilizing these fruits qualities, for their people. Today, however, it is harvested locally from Amazonian communities and used as a reserve food, but a food of high nutritional value, dried for later or used fresh, it’s used to mix in recipes such as jams, jellies, desserts or drinks. As a home remedy the berries are known to be useful as an antiviral treatment used for a various infections.
Apart from these local South American regions, the fruit of camu was essentially unknown internationally until 1950 when it was first nutritionally analyzed by the Institute of Nutrition and the Ministry of Public Health of Peru. These studies revealed an exceptionally high amount of vitamin C in the Berries, the results documented were, and 2800-3000 milligrams of vitamin C per 100 grams of pulp, from these findings, the camu camu has been rated as one of the highest natural plant-based sources of this important antioxidant.
SIDE EFFECTS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS OF CAMU CAMU
There are no contraindications by adding camu camu to your diet.
Too much vitamin C is not toxic, but prolonged use of large amounts may cause gastrointestinal disturbances or diarrhea. Anyone who has received the advice not to take too much vitamin C should exercise caution such people with kidney stones. For most people, to add a super food camu camu to their diet, is a good idea.
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