Camu Camu & Probiotics
- 100% Camu Camu powder – with a fresh, zingy citrus taste
- Camu Camu can be added to water, smoothies, fruit juice, jellies or raw food bars
- Rich source of vitamin C – Camu Camu had around 10,000mg of vitamin c per 100g of fruit, while oranges contain approximately 50mg per 100g
- Probiotics – real food naturally fermented and dried to help rebalance the gut’s natural flora
- Unique as contains both prebiotics and probiotics – probiotics replenish good bacteria in the gut and prebiotics nourish the good bacteria
- Easily absorbed, low fructose, gluten free and assists in healthy bowel, strong immune system, good digestion
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Camu Camu: Wanting to provide a non-chemical-based vitamin C for her family, Cyndi found that Camu Camu is one of the richest sources of real food vitamin C available – oranges contain approx. 50mg per 100g, while Camu Camu has around a whopping 10,000 mg per 100 gm of fruit! Camu Camu has grown abundantly along the Amazon River for centuries. The berry is harvested by the indigenous people using traditional methods as part of a Fairtrade project. The locals have always known the benefits of Camu Camu and have used it for generations as a food and medicinally. Changing Habits worked with locals in order to secure some Camu Camu. Our director Howard O’Meara (Cyndi’s husband) travelled to South America and spent many long hours on buses and other modes of transport, talking with the people to make this happen. This potent berry has a zingy citrus flavour which can be added to smoothies, raw slices, jellies or juice. Vitamin C is well known to help the immune system but is has many other benefits including helping with iron absorption and bone and cartilage structure, and reducing tiredness and fatigue. We supply our Camu Camu as a powder, not only because this makes it more versatile, but also because the capsules can contain dubious ingredients and a flow agent may be used.
Probiotics: Through extensive research, our founder Cyndi discovered that many of the probiotics available on the market were made in Petrie dishes, genetically modified and with no prebiotics — the actual food that the probiotic lives on and eats. To top it off, most were packaged in capsule form, some of which can contain artificial properties (most definitely NOT the Changing Habits way). Our Probiotics contain the best organic ingredients, naturally fermented (by a method trademarked as floraferm), dried and made into a powder. To put it simply, our prebiotics and probiotics are made from real food, sourced from real places (never in a lab), free from colours, flavours and preservatives. They are also gluten free and vegan friendly.
Camu Camu: Camu Camu is a food with a tangy citrus taste, so it can be added to smoothies, coconut water, sprinkled on fruit or CADA, added to raw protein bars or just stirred into a glass of filtered water. We recommend 1/2 tsp per day. You may increase to 1 level tsp per day in times of stress, as well as to prevent colds and flu, or when you are suffering from a compromised immune system. It is advised NOT to heat this nutrient rich food.
Probiotics: Use one teaspoonful per day, or if you are just starting on this product, then use 1/8 of a teaspoon and gradually increase the amount over a 30-day period. Changing Habits Probiotics can be taken with juice or water, added to smoothies or sneaked in to gummies and slices to give the family a boost of fermented foods. Sprinkle it on your salads, your homemade quinoa or other grain or seed porridge. Probiotics can also be used to make yoghurt. For best results put 1 heaped teaspoon in a glass jar, cover with warm water and seal. Leave on the bench-top for 24 hours to activate before making the yoghurt.
Camu Camu: 100% Camu Camu Powder.
Probiotics: All ingredients are organic. Rice, Spirulina, Linseed, Alfalfa Grass, Sweet Potato, Sunflower Kernels, Quinoa, Alfalfa Seed, Amaranth, Pumpkin Seeds, Chia Seeds, Ginger, Broccoli, Molasses. The mother culture contains 13 different bacteria:
- Lactobacillus Acidophilus
- Lactobacillus Delbrueckii
- Lactobacillus Caseii
- Lactobacillus Bulgaricus
- Lactobacillus Caucasicus
- Lactobacillus Fermenti
- Lactobacillus Plantarum
- Lactobacillus Brevis
- Lactobacillus Helveticus
- Lactobacillus Lactis
- Bifidabacterium Bifidum
- Saccharomyces Boulardii
- Saccharomyces Cerevisiae