Will an Alma berry supp interfere with iron due to the tannin content

edited August 2012 in New to Raw

It's a raw supplement for a source of vitamin C. I think I read alma berries have 40% tannins. I'm not sure if this is a concern or not. Any opinions?

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  • Hey no it wont cause any problems infact it will help iron absorbtion.

    amla berry is a great ayuverdic staple and has many benefits.

    EDIT: I forgot to write its a specific extract of amla which contains that high percentage of tannins, normal amla powder like from my site below doesnt contain such a high percentage of tannins.

    http://www.amlaberry.co.uk

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