Caper Berries

Many times more bitter than the smaller, more well-known capers from which they form, caper berries — which resemble a large olive — are rarely eaten due to their overpowering flavor. But their nutritional profile is astounding and definitely deserves our attention. Caper berries contain impressive levels of the flavonoids rutin and quercetin, and are rich in a pungent compound called methyl isothiocyanate, which studies show may help support healthy DNA function and formation. We have developed the only source of raw, dried organic caper berries in the world, hand-picked from the wild deserts of Morocco. So no need to pucker up while you're eating caper berries! Our formula contains all of their power in an easy-to-take capsule form.

11 Months ago