The Baobab tree is known as the upside down tree, an ancient tree of life. The bark, leaves and fruit are widely used in traditional medicines. It is one of the oldest trees on the planet dating back thousands of years. At around 20 metres tall, the Baobab tree towers majestically over its neighbours on the African savannahs.


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Dr Sarah Brewer

"Rich in vitamins, minerals and fibre, superfruit Baobab offers a number of nutritional health benefits which are only now being recognised in the West. It carries high concentrates of anti oxidants, energy, immune boosting vitamins and minerals and bone strengthening calcium. Rich in iron, high in potassium and containing vital blood clotting ingredients it can even help support the circulatory system whilst the high fibre content benefits the digestive system."

Baobab has provided food and medicine to the African continent for thousands of years. But how does it really work and how can it benefit you?  Dr Sarah Brewer explains:

GP Dr Sarah Brewer MSc (Nutr Med), MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, RNutr, MBANT is a Registered Nutritionist and an award winning health writer

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