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Synonyms for acerola

acid red or yellow cherry-like fruit of a tropical American shrub very rich in vitamin C

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For the initial study of the formulations, frozen pulps of acerola and pineapple (De Marchi, Jundiai, SP, Brazil) were purchased from the Central of Supply of Rio de Janeiro State (CEASA, RJ, Brazil).
In this manner the orchards polygonal traces were delimited, as well as the remaining features, totalizing 11 proposed classes: grape crop "Grape", mango crop "Mango", coconut crop "Coconut", banana crop "Banana", guava crop "Guava", acerola crop "Acerola", other crops "Others", areas with exposed soil "Solo_exp", urban areas "Area_urb", areas with natural vegetation "Veg_nat" and water bodies "Water".
This study aimed to analyze, by fitting mathematical models, the adsorption isotherms of acerola pulp powder obtained by spray-drying, and characterize the obtained powder as its hygroscopicity, caking, and solubility.
In addition to vitamin C, acerola cherries possess a high concentration of oxidant reducers called carotenoids and anthocyanins.
Foods high in vitamin C include acerola, Indian gooseberries, sea buckthorn, guavas, black currants, red bell peppers, kiwi and broccoli.
Naturex will also showcase Acerolife , a premium extract highly-standardised in naturally occurring vitamin C sourced from the acerola cherry.
The amount of calcium found in this work is higher compared to wheat flour (18 mg/100 g), corn flour (34 mg/100 g), rye flour (24 mg/100 g), Annona crassiflora flour (117 mg/100 g), and similar to and/or the same as soybean flour (206 mg/100 g) and acerola bagasse flour (264.32 mg/100 g) [41-43].
The distribution area of the acerola or Barbados cherry (Malpighia emarginata) is centered in the Tropical Americas, and the acerola tree reproduces by natural vegetative propagation in the Caribbean region, more specifically in southern Mexico, Central America, and northern South America, although its exact place of origin is unknown (Soares Filho and Oliveira, 2003).
According to the company, the formula for drinkSMART consists of amino acids, such as n-acetyl cysteine, prickly pear, ginger and other herbs to help metabolize acetaldehyde, a toxic alcohol by-product; organic milk thistle, organic reishi mushroom, artichoke leaf, dihydromyricetin (DHM), burdock root and other herbs to support healthy liver function; antioxidant superfoods such as organic curcumin, acerola, alpha lipoic acid (ALA), green tea and goji extract to support a healthy immune system and the elimination of free radicals; 16 essential vitamins and minerals including vitamin C, B complex and magnesium.
The Bronze trophy went to La Route des Comptoirs for a green tea blended with mate, guarana and acerola, named Stromboli, after the Sicilian Volcano.
Juss.), sinonimo de la acerola (Malpighia glabra L.) y el semeruco (Malpighia punicifolia L.
iTi also noted that it plans to introduce several more products to the line in May, including several blends with 100 percent juice content (coconut water and passionfruit; coconut water and acerola; coconut water, spinach, mango and blueberries; coconut water, red beet, passionfruit and carrots; coconut water and cranberry; and more).