| Goji berries are also called wolf berries. They have also been referred to Chinese wolfberries |
Goji berries have a natural tinge of sweetness with a very slight herb-like aftertaste. They also contain tiny seeds (which contain fibre) that add a nice texture to your meals.Evidence shows that nutrients in Goji berries improve cell communication and have antioxidant as well as anti-inflammatory properties. These substances have been shown to increase mitochondrial function and detoxification. It has also been shown that nutrient dense foods such as Goji berries are far superior to supplementation with isolated nutrients contained in juices, capsules or tablets.
Goji berries are naturally rich in antioxidant carotenoids, vitamin A, and Zeaxanthin. They contain B-complex vitamins, Vitamin C, and important polysaccharides. These special little berries contain more protein than whole wheat (they are 10% protein) and supply 18 different amino acids including all 8 essential amino acids. In addition, Goji berries are loaded with many phytonutrients.
Here are just a few ways Goji supports a healthy life.
The nutritional composition Goji berry (in 100g)
280 Dried Goji Berry(280 Grains/50g), big, fleshy, rich nutrition,supports a healthy life.
1.Protects the liver — less fatigue
2.Helps eyesight – supports kidney function
3.Increases metabolic activity — burns fat and aids digestion
4.Boosts immune function – Lymphocytes, Interleukin 2, Immunoglobulin
5.Improves circulation — supports distribution of nutrients and quality energy levels
6.Improves sexual function and fertility — boosts libido and energy
7.Promotes longevity — brings life support to the blood and all internal organs
8.Rich in phytonutrients, antioxidants, particularly carotenoids such as beta-carotene and zeaxanthin.
9.Test studies are showing that Goji berries may prevent the growth of cancer cells, reduce blood glucose, and lower cholesterol levels.
10.Goji has unique bioactive polysaccharides (LBP) — key markers for building immune response
Goji Berry Recipe
Savor each berry individually or add to hot and cold cereals, blender fruit juice drinks, add a handful to your water bottle and eat them as you drink, use in trail mix, soups, whole fruit and nut bars, baked goods, tea and fruit juice blends.You can create your own recipe to enjoy special berry. Let your imagination SOAR with creative culinary delight!
Goji Berries history
Goji berries have been in use for at least the last 1,700 years. They have become a staple in not only in Eastern cuisine,
but also Eastern medicine.
In Chinese mythology, goji berries are known as the fruit of immortality. Even today, Chinese medicine uses goji berries to
treat the liver, immune system, circulation problems, and more.
Known as: Goji Berry, Goji Berries, Gojiberry, Gojiberries, Western Snowberries, Wolfberry, Wolfberries, Wolf Berry, and Wolf Berries
Storage Situation and Shelf life
Stored in a cool and dry wellclosed container and in ventilated area, kept away from moisture and strong light or high temperature.
Two years under well Storage situation and stored away from direct sun light.
Particular Premium Grade 280 Dried Goji Berry
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