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For a quick and convenient way to get your daily dose of baobab, try mixing the powder into your favorite beverages, such as water, juice, tea or smoothies. You can also add the powder to baked goods or sprinkle a bit over yogurt or oatmeal for an antioxidant-rich treat.

Again, as a rich source of fiber, Baobab superfood powder can help regulate blood glucose levels, which is great news for diabetics.
It also has a nice profile of polyphenols that will help to balance your uptake of sugar, adding to the benefits for diabetics, but certainly not providing an alternative to a well-balanced diet, exercise plan, and medication when required.

Baobab is a little tangy, almost citrus like taste and flavor. The baobab powder is naturally dehydrated and amazingly retains its nutrients. Baobab is also known as monkey bread, because in a sense it is like eating a mouthful of bread because of its texture BUT without the calories.

Baobab is a great source of fiber. It can help move waste out of your body effectively and also help you feel more satiated and full for a longer period of time. By incorporating a low-calorie supplement like baobab powder into a well-balanced diet, you may find yourself naturally less hungry, even if you’re restricting calories responsibly.

Baobab fruit and baobab powder is widely recognized as a superfood for a variety of reasons. It's superfood powders are not new because the leaves, fruit, bark, and seeds have been used for centuries to treat many ailments, such as fever, microbial infections, diarrhea, and anemia.

The Baobab fruit is rich in vitamin C, antioxidants and prebiotic fibre. Suggested Usage: Add 1 teaspoons of Baobab and 1/2 teaspoon of Moringa (first time users) and adjust to taste based on preference. Both are great for enriching and boosting smoothies!