As many of you know, we have been using the Limitless Baobab Fruit Powder for a few months now. Well, it looks like we were trendsetters. Now, everyone is jumping on the Baobab Fruit bandwagon and doing reviews of the various baobab powders on the market.
Baobab Fruit Powder Makes it on Dad Does
Normally we would not cover a baobab product being reviewed, but this video from the Dad Does channel caught our eye –
The Baobab fruit it turns out is a terrible toy. Watch the funny video above and you will get what we are talking about. They did a really funny video about how the Baobab Fruit powder is a bad toy. They were just joking around, but it made sense.
Of course, when it comes to the health benefits of the Baobab fruit, they get very serious. They discuss the high antioxidant and fiber content of the baobab fruit and also touch on the high concentration of calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium.
Not All Baobab Fruit Supplements Are The Same
The point that came across loud and clear was that not all Baobab Fruit supplements are the same. It is very clear that the Limitless Baobab Fruit powder has a number of advantageous over other Baobab fruit powders on the market.
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We are always looking for new brands and types of Baobab fruit powder. If there is a particular brand of Baobab that you just love, drop us a line and let us know.
You are probably scratching your head right now and wondering what in the world is the Baobab Fruit. The Baobab fruit (Bey-Oh-Bab) is a 6-8 inch gord life fruit that grows off of the Baobab Tree – also known as the the tree of life, upside down tree or monkey bread tree. The technical name of the tree is Adansonia digitata.
The Tree of Life grows in African and the Baobab fruit pulp has been a part of their diet for thousands of years. In Africa the Baobab fruit pulp is said to cure numerous health conditions and it has know become popular in the western world.
Understanding Baobab Fruit Nutrition
The baobab fruit does not look super when hanging off the tree, but a quick look at nutrition packed into the funny look fruit pulp and you see what all the excitement is about. Here is a summary –
3 Times As Much Vitamin C as an Orange
50% more Calcium than Spinach
More Calcium Then Milk
More Antioxidants Than Acai or Blueberries
50% of The Baobab Fruit is Heart Healty Fiber
Clearly the Baobab fruit powder is a very nutritious fruit and does have the quality of a superfruit.
What Does Baobab Fruit Taste Like?
Baobab fruit has a taste all its own. You really need to try it, to see for yourself. The best way to describe it is a somewhat sour citrus, sort of like lemonade, but with a sorbet tart twist.
While finding Baobab fruit or Baobab fruit pulp in the US can be a challenge, you can get 100% Organic Baobab Fruit Powder. The Organic Baobab fruit powder is made by just taking the pulp of the Baobab fruit and milling it, as it is already dry. Click here for an excellent source of information on Organic Baobab fruit powder.
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