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Berries are by my favourite fruit! Not only are they low fructose helping me manage my blood sugar levels but there is such an incredible variety of berries to choose from and they all taste great!What  I  love about this recipe is the phenomenal health benefits the variety of super fruits give you. The mixture is made up of acai berries, goji berries, blueberries and a touch of pomegranate for extra flavour. This combination is loaded with anthocyanins, the antioxidant pigments found in the skin of the berries that are responsible for giving acai it rich colour. These powerful antioxidants can help protect us from daily free radical damage, helping your body’s ability to fight illness and age-related disease.

What You'll Need to Make 4 Ice Pops:

400ml coconut water
4 teaspoons Nature's Way Super Acai+Berries Powder
1/2 cup mixed berries, fresh or frozen
Icy pole moulds and sticks
Simply combine your coconut water and berries powder until mixed
pour into your icy pole moulds to 3/4 full and place some mixed berries in each
place your sticks in and set in the freezer for a couple of hours
Remove your ice pops by gently running some hot water on the moulds to loosen
Everyone is always going on about free radicals! So, what are they?

'Free Radicals' are atomic or molecular species with unpaired electrons. They 'attack' healthy molecules to try to get an electron to pair with in order to stabilize their own form. This process damages healthy cells, DNA and enzymes. This damage is a contributor to premature ageing and age-related disease. Increasing your antioxidant intake with foods like Nature's Way Super Acai can help neutralise radicals, limiting the damage they can do.

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Luke Hines

I'm Luke Hines, The Clean Living Cook. I'm all about celebrating real food, that tastes phenomenal! And he believes it should be something everyone can enjoy by making it fun, sustainable and delicious. I am proudly supporting Junk Free June to raise much needed funds and awareness for the cancer council. This awesome and fun annual fundraising event challenges people to eat a healthy diet for 30 days, which to me is a no brainer. Healthy eating combined with raising money for charity? Thats a win win in my books. The impact a healthy diet has on your health long term is epic, and sometimes underestimated, so whilst you are raising these much needed funds, you’re actually bettering your health, and empowering yourself to a happier and brighter future.