The Acai Berry is also abundant in good carbohydrates that are blended with good fats. Carbohydrates are our body’s main source of energy. Athletes would rather consume energy-rich fruits and vegetables than drink caffeinated commercial drinks that only increase their energy for some time before giving them the “tired” feeling soon afterwards.
Here’s a partial list of athletes that have entrusted themselves to the power of Acai Berries. .
Kelly Slater – Six Time Surfing World Champion: “I love Acai! I ate Acai the first time I went to Brazil. I had never heard of it and I was freaking out on the stuff!” “Acai is one of my favorite things to eat in the world… I would eat Acai for breakfast every day and for snacks all day.”
Naomi Flood – World Iron Woman Champion: “Acai has been great with keeping up my energy levels throughout training sessions and long lasting during the day. I have Acai in the Rio Bowl, which suits me first thing in the morning after training, it’s awesome! It’s really easy to eat, tastes unreal and will always keep me going!”
Rob Machado – Pipe Masters Champion: “It does everything, helps you focus, and fills me up. It’s great for that extra energy I need, especially on days I compete. It’s healthy, it’s good, and it’s from the Amazon.” “I have been eating it for years in Brazil. The highlight of my trips to Brazil is to eat Acai”
Vanessa and Christina Milanja – Winners of www.bodydoubles.tv hottest twins in Australia competition: “We love the anti-aging properties of Acai, it also gives us the energy to get out of bed and stay in shape”
Chun Suk Suh - 9th Dan Black Belt -- President of the South Pacific Teakwondo Federation: “I’m glad to see my students eating well, I can see the difference in the way that they train when they eat Acai”
Obviously, there are more athletes out there that consume Acai Berry and its supplements on a regular basis to give themselves the needed energy boost and muscular power to do their craft.
Stay healthy lifestyle!