What Is Baobab? Learn About the Baobab Fruit and The Baobab Tree





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Published on Oct 16, 2013

What is Baobab? http://limitlessgood.com/pages/what-i... Today we examine the Baobab Tree and the Baobab Fruit. Maybe you have heard the media buzzing about the Baobab Fruit or Baobab Fruit Supplements, well, take 3 minutes and learn all about the Baobab Fruit and the Baobab Tree.

The Baobab tree is also called Adansonia Digitata tree, The Monkey Bread Tree, The Upside Down Tree and The Tree of Life. The Adansonia genus grows in Africa, Madagascar and Australia. The species, Adansonia Digitata grows in South Africa and bears the Baobab Fruit.

The Baobab Fruit is about 7 inches long, weighs about 3 pounds and has a hard outer shell, like a coconut. When you crack the Baobab shell open, you find that the Baobab fruit pulp naturally dehydrates in the shell. This is VERY important because it means you can make an Organic Baobab fruit powder without using heat to dry the Baobab fruit. Much more on this in a future video.

What are the health benefits of Organic Baobab fruit? Increased energy levels, immune support, fights inflammation, packed with heat healthy fiber and much more. Visit http://organicbaobabfruit.net to learn much more about the health benefits of the Baobab fruit.

How does the Baobab fruit provide all these health benefits? Because Baobab has superfood nutritionals...
* 6 x Antioxidants of Blueberries
* 6 x Vitamin C of Oranges
* 6 x Potassium of Bananas
* 50% Heart Healthy Fiber Per Serving
* More Magnesium Than Coconut Water
* Twice As Much Calcium as Milk

Stay tuned as we have many more videos on the Baobab Fruit coming up soon. If you want to learn more, always feel free to visit our website - http://www.LimitLessGood.Com


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