Aronia Berry

Aronia Berry



Aronia berries are some of nature's most valuable nutrition.  These tiny, hearty, wild subarctic beautiful berries (also called chokeberry), were an important and integral part of the native Indian diet for hundreds of years. Aronia is of the richest sources of abundant and powerful nutritional properties, including phenolic substances.  Packed with vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, C and E, folate and such minerals as potassium, iron and manganese and endless amounts of antioxidants and a host of phytonutrients packed in these little super-berries.  The anthocyanins in Aronia Berry are water soluble pigments accounting for the dark blue and almost black color of the fruit.  Aronia berry is bursting with so many antioxidants that its almost inedible when raw due to its extreme sharpness. Research published last year in the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry says its oxygen radical absorbance capacity— a standard measurement of antioxidant strength — shows the berry has one of the highest values ever recorded for a fruit, including essential flavonoids and anthocyanins.  Antioxidants guarde us from degenerative diseases, but also helps to lose weight, reduce inflammation, protects the immune system and stimulates the body’s ability to repair itself. 


  • Prevents oxidative stress
  • Improves circulation and strengthens the capillaries
  • Protects the stomach
  • Improves circulation, and regulates blood pressure
  • Prevents harmful cholesterol and can reduce risk of heart attack
  • Protects cell membranes and cellular DNA
  • Strengthening the liver
  • Regulates blood sugar
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Promotes weight loss and fat loss
  • Detox effect
  • Balancing the thyroid and other hormone systems
  • Helps prevent varicose veins and spider veins
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Protects the brain against premature aging