Aronia Berry Benefits
Let us introduce to you:
Aronia. Specifically, and to be botanically correct: Aronia melanocarpa Nero. A shrub which has no equals, and whose fruit enriches every diet. Almost forgotten, the small Aronia berries are experiencing a comeback, decorating front gardens as well as entire regions.
Benefits of Aronia Berries
What makes Aronia so special for us
Vitamins, Minerals and Fibers
The Aronia Berry contains:
• Provitamin A
• Vitamin B, C, E, K
• Potassium, Zinc, Iron, Manganese
High Plant Pigment Content
No other berry contains as many anthocyanins and OPC as the Aronia berry. Aronia protects our bodies against free radicals. Free radicals can cause oxidative stress, premature cell ageing and numerous illnesses.
Organic Aronia Berries
All of our currently available Aronia ORIGINAL products are certified organic or are products from the conversion to organic farming. We provide proof of our organic products through the display of the Canadian organic logo.
Superfood which grows on your Doorstep
Aronia berry bushes (Aronia melanocarpa) are native to North America. Thousands of acres of Aronia are grown as a commercial berry crop in Eastern Europe, the US and Canada. You can easily grow them in your garden to enjoy all the benefits of Aronia berries!
Aronia berries are an excellent source of polyphenols, which is a group of antioxidants that includes phenolic acids, anthocyanins, and flavanols. Studies indicate that the antioxidants in Aronia berries can inhibit free radical activity.
100 g of Aronia Berries provide:
- Calories: 46 kcal
- Protein: 2 grams
- Fat: 0 gram
- Carbs: 16 grams
- Fiber: 6 grams
- Vitamin C: 30% of the Daily Value
- Manganese: 32% of the DV
- Vitamin K: 18% of the DV
Aronia berries also supply folate, iron and vitamins A and E. They are an excellent source of beneficial antioxidants.
Pure natural Superfood
Aronia berries provide a variety of benefits thanks to the incredibly high levels of antioxidants found in their plant pigments (anthocyanins) and the micronutrients (polyphenols) they contain. Our bodies create free radicals as a natural byproduct of metabolism. A number of factors can cause the number of free radicals in the body to increase, such as stress, alcohol, infection and even radiation. Too many free radicals in the body can lead to what is known as oxidative stress, whereby the free radicals begin to attack or break down healthy cells leading to a greater risk of disease and illness.
Native North American
Aronia is a native North American plant that is widely grown in Europe for fruit production. Aronia plants can easily be grown in the North American ecosystem in growing zones 3 to 7. Aronia, also called chokeberry, is a decidious, self pollinating, perennial shrub. Growing Aronia berries in your garden brings many advantages. It is a very decorative and robust plant. Aronia is able to withstand insect infestations and is adapted to the natural ecosystem. Better than non native plants, it can easily handle diseases as well as natural variations in climate. Once planted in your garden, the Aronia plant requires just a little care.
Visit our Aronia ORIGINAL Online Shop
In our online store we offer high-quality organic products made from Aronia, such as Aronia juice, tea, dried berries and powder. Try the Aronia berry now!