WHAT IS ARONIA
WHAT IS ARONIA?
The Aronia plant is a member of the Rosaceae (rose) family and produces small dark fruit that is harvested once a year in late summer. Aronia berries are nutrient dense, low in calories and have the highest total antioxidant measure of any berry.
THE AMAZING BERRY YOU MAY HAVE NEVER HEARD OF
Aronia Berries have a fascinating backstory. Native to North America they were prized by Native Americans for both nutritional and medicinal purposes. But unlike other wild berries, they weren’t grown and scaled as a commercial crop in the U.S. until the last decade or so. Now Aronia has emerged as a trending ingredient and is being recognized in both trade and consumer press for it’s remarkable health benefits. Tohi sources the highest quality Aronia Berries from independent Midwestern farmers.
ANTIOXIDANTS AND ARONIA BERRIES
Antioxidants are the vitamins and minerals the body uses to counteract the stress caused by the oxidation of free radicals, a chemical process that happens in your body every day and can cause signiﬁcant damage to living cells and tissues.
Aronia Berries are a remarkable source for antioxidants, which can benefit the body in many ways.
Published studies conducted with Aronia Berries have shown positive impacts on vascular health, blood pressure, cholesterol levels and inﬂammation.
Aronia Berries are high in anti-inﬂammatory properties that may help combat chronic disease and the effects of aging.
Aronia Berry research has shown promise in the reduction of inﬂammation that can lead to diseases such as osteoporosis and arthritis.
Foods such as Aronia Berries have been widely studied and report positive impact on brain aging, including improved memory function.