Skip to content
Free UK Shipping/Returns on orders over £20 + DOUBLE Reward Points
Free UK Shipping/Returns on orders over £20 + DOUBLE Reward Points
FREE UK delivery & returns On all online orders over £20
Worldwide Shipping With reduced international shipping charges
Collect Ocean Reward Points Get discounts on the things you love

Dr Mercola Dr Mercola Organic Fermented Fruits | 270g (90 Servings)

Save £3.00 Save £3.00
Original price £35.95
Original price £35.95 - Original price £35.95
Original price £35.95
Current price £32.95
£32.95 - £32.95
Current price £32.95

A simple way to add fruits into your diet without adding any sugar, ideal for low-carb and ketogenic eating plans.

This is a powdered blend of fermented berries and fruits which have been through a fermentation process that not only reduces the naturally occurring sugars to zero, it also helps with digesting the nutrients easier and enhances the absorption of beneficial antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.

Purchase this Item
Save when you schedule repeat deliveries
  • Free Delivery
  • Cancel Anytime
  • Another benefit
Select Qty:


  • Contains zero grams of sugars per serving so you can enjoy the taste and nutritional goodness of fruits that you might otherwise limit or not get in your diet.
  • All ingredients are Certified Organic so you don’t need to worry about herbicides and pesticides.
  • Contains no added fillers or inexpensive fibre sources to “bulk up” the formulas.
  • Tastes great, thanks to a light touch of non-caloric stevia leaf and monk fruit extracts, so you can simply mix with water and enjoy.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) latest data shows that only 1 in 10 adults meets their recommendations for daily servings of fruits and vegetables.

When you don’t get enough fresh fruits, you can miss out on essential vitamins, minerals and fibre that your body needs for maintaining good health.

If you just can’t fit enough servings of fruit into your diet, Dr Mercola's Organic Fermented Fruits may just be what you need.

It includes an array of whole fermented fruit powders from Certified Organic fruits like strawberries, blueberries, amla or Indian gooseberries, noni, elderberries and raspberries, along with fermented pomegranate juice.

Best of all, Organic Fermented Fruits allows you to enjoy the flavour and nutritional goodness of fruits and berries without the sugar!

Plus it provides the beneficial nutrients of fruit in a form that’s easier to digest and absorb, thanks to a remarkable process called fermentation.

Even if you could find all of these fruits in season, the cost to include them in your diet each day would likely be prohibitive. With Organic Fermented Fruits, you have all 10 at your fingertips whenever you want them.


Fermented fruit blend (amla^, noni^, strawberry^, apple^, blueberry^, elderberry^, black currant^, raspberry^, cranberry^, pomegranate juice^), steviol glycosides^ (from stevia rebaudiana leaf^), monk fruit extract^, guar gum^, sunflower lecithin^.

^Certified organic ingredients

Suggested Use

Mix a scoop with water for a refreshing drink, or add to your favourite smoothie for a fruity taste. A light touch of organic stevia and monk fruit complement the delicious flavours of the fruits and berries.

Additional Info

Fruit juice is not a healthy replacement for actual fruits, even if it advertises to have "no added sugar".

The main difference is the pulp and fibre that is missing from the juice, which is necessary for slowing down the release of fructose into your bloodstream. It also tempers your insulin release.

Not only that, many commercial fruit juices and drinks contain added sugar, high-fructose corn syrup (or another of its cleverly crafted names), food dyes or artificial flavours. Unless the label says 100% fruit juice, you’re not drinking pure fruit juice!

How does fermentation reduce the sugar to zero?

Humans have fermented foods for thousands of years to preserve them and to improve their digestibility, nutrition and flavour.

Science now confirms what many cultures have known since ancient times – fermented foods provide numerous nutritional and health benefits. These include:

  • Helping to pre-digest ingredients.
  • Increasing levels of certain nutrients.
  • Improving mineral bio-accessibility.
  • Increasing bioavailability of antioxidants.
  • Eliminating undesirable anti-nutrients like lectins and phytic acid.
  • Creating unique metabolites.
  • Supporting an alkalising effect on your body’s pH.

The bottom line is this: fermenting is one of the best ways known for turning ordinary fruits (and vegetables) into superfoods with no sugars!

With fruits, the process of fermentation “pre-digests” the foods and effectively removes the simple carbs as their glucose content converts to alcohol, which then quickly evaporates.

This is in stark contrast to some other non-fermented fruit and vegetable powders that may contain high levels of sugars, a potential concern for maintaining healthy blood sugar levels.

Dr Mercola's fermentation process is a precise one. It uses a highly controlled process that interrupts the fermentation at its optimal point. This controlled fermentation process ensures optimal quality.

The rare fruits in this Antioxidant Power...

The Fermented Fruit Blend includes well-known favourites like strawberries, blueberries, cranberries, raspberries and apple. It also includes some lesser-known, yet vitally important fruits:

  • Amla, or Indian gooseberries
    Amla is the absolute “king” when it comes to antioxidant power. These green berries contain 75 times the antioxidant power of goji berries and 50 times the antioxidant power of fresh blueberries.
  • Noni
    Noni, a lime-green fruit the size of a potato, grows on islands in the Pacific, including Hawaii and in tropical Asia. It’s been traditionally used in Polynesian cultures for many years.
  • Elderberry
    Elderberry is the dark purple berry from the European elder tree. Because it’s a rich source of antioxidants, its use has grown in popularity in recent years.
  • Blackcurrant
    With high concentrations of anthocyanins, polyphenols and other antioxidants, these tart berries support many different health systems

The final fruit in this blend is Fermented Pomegranate Juice.

Pomegranates have been savoured for thousands of years and are a symbol of hope and abundance in many cultures.

Pomegranate’s primary potential benefits come from its antioxidant content. The fruit contains significant amounts of three types of antioxidant polyphenols, including tannins, ellagic acid and anthocyanins.

When compared against nine other high-polyphenol beverages, pomegranate won top honour. Its antioxidant potency was found to be at least 20% greater than star performers acai and blueberry juices, and even green tea.

Pomegranate contains precursors for a metabolite called urolithin A (UA). Studies show UA may help slow down the loss of skeletal muscle strength and mass in individuals once they reach the age of 50. UA works by targeting and helping to clear out damaged mitochondria.

In essence, pomegranate may help support the growth of healthy new cells, which may play a powerful role against cellular aging and promoting longevity.

Research also shows pomegranate may be beneficial for supporting heart health, joint health, men’s health and much more.

The main concern with regular pomegranate juice is its sugar content.

One of the top brands of 100% pomegranate juice contains a whopping 34 grams of sugar per 8-oz serving. That’s eight teaspoons of sugar in just one small serving. If you drink the entire bottle (as many do), you get twice as much, or 16 teaspoons of sugar!

By fermenting the pomegranate juice in Organic Fermented Fruits, the sugars have been nearly eliminated, which is a real win for those who want to enjoy the many potential benefits of pomegranate without its plentiful sugar.

DISCLAIMER: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. All information provided on this site is for educational purposes and should not be construed as medical advice.

Product Reviews