Baobab is a 100% natural and organic African superfruit. It is the only fruit in the world that dries on the branch, producing a natural superfood powder that is exceptionally nutrient-dense and supports a wide range of health and beauty benefits.
Baobab powder is a rich source of Vitamin C, which contributes to normal:
- Energy release
- Immune function
- Healthy, glowing skin
It is also almost 50% fibre (half soluble and half insoluble) and contains more antioxidants than any other whole fruit.
As it is a natural source of these nutrients, it is more bioavailable than manufactured vitamin supplements, meaning our bodies can absorb the nutrients more easily, ensuring a greater uptake.
Plus baobab has a delicious sweet and citrussy flavour - a bit like healthy sherbet! If you haven't tried it yet... what are you waiting for!
The top health & beauty benefits of baobab:
The human body can not make its own vitamin C (unlike other animals), so we need to make sure we get a good supply from the foods we eat every day.
A single serving of Baobab Powder (10g or 2-3 teaspoons) provides:
- 33% of your daily Vitamin C requirement (NRV)
Vitamin C is essential to the effective functioning of our bodies for a number of reasons. It contributes to normal:
- Collagen formation supporting healthy skin, teeth, gums, cartilage, bones and blood vessels
- Energy release, energy-yielding metabolism and reduction of tiredness and fatigue
- Immune function
- Functioning of the nervous system and psychological function
- Protection of cells from oxidative stress
- Absorption of iron vitamin C actually increases your body's absorption of iron, which is why vitamin C-rich baobab and iron-rich moringa work so well together
80% of people in the UK don’t eat enough fibre - a habit that often starts in childhood and carries through to our adult life.
Baobab is almost 50% fibre. There are two types of fibre that your body needs: soluble and insoluble - and baobab contains equal quantities of both.
The soluble fibre in baobab helps slow down the release of sugar into the blood stream, reducing energy spikes.
Fibre can help maintain a healthy digestive system including bowel regularity and can be helpful for weight management as it helps you feel fuller for longer.
According to The Journal of Nutrition, Baobab has the highest antioxidant content of any fruit.
Baobab powder has twice the antioxidants gram per gram of goji berries and more than blueberries and pomegranates combined.
Antioxidants are essential for protecting, repairing and preventing cell damage. Antioxidants are essential for supporting the ageing process of the skin - particularly over the long-term. They counteract oxidative stress and the effects of free radicals . Free radicals are unstable molecules that damage collagen causing skin dryness, fine lines, wrinkles and premature ageing.
Baobab is packed with antioxidants and vitamin C which supports collagen formation (see above) - helping give you radiant glowing skin.
In fact, baobab's skin benefits are so impressive that Aduna Baobab was the first ever food item to be sold in the beauty halls of prestigious London department stores Liberty and Selfridges. It is listed as “must-have” thanks to its exceptional beauty from within properties.
Shop the Aduna Baobab range:
Aduna's Great Taste award-winning Baobab is available as a 100% natural superfood powder ideal for boosting smoothies, juices and sprinkling on your breakfast and as an organic raw energy bar blended with pineapples and almonds and with no added sugar.
Sourced directly from small producers, every purchase contributes to the creation of sustainable income flows for women in rural Ghana.
Aduna's products are sold in 15 countries worldwide. Find a store near you or order online now and we will deliver straight to your door. We ship worldwide and offer free delivery for all orders over £20 UK or £50 international. Shop now.
Read more baobab benefits:
The super-skin benefits of Aduna Baobab Superfruit Powder - International Facialist Abigail James
Health Claims: EU Register on Nutrition and Health Claims
Antioxidants: The Antioxidant Food Table, Carlsen M.H et al, 2010, Journal of Nutrition, 9:3