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Goji Berries, Tibetan, 4oz, Live Live & Organic
Wild, hand picked Tibetan Goji berries are one of the most delicious and nutritive snacks. Very rich in minerals & antioxidants, and with a good amount of vitamin C, you can eat a handful of them as a snack, blend them with smoothies, or use in any of your healthy desserts. What's unique about live live & organic's dried Goji Berries? • Organic• Raw• Free of: preservatives, sulfites, colorings• Free of oils Health benefits of Goji Berries: Antioxidant powerhouse: Goji berries are rich in antioxidants, including various types of carotenoids (such as beta-carotene and zeaxanthin), vitamin C, and other flavonoids. These antioxidants help protect cells from oxidative damage caused by free radicals, which can contribute to aging and the development of chronic diseases. Immune system support: Goji berries are believed to enhance the immune system's function, thanks to their antioxidant content and their ability to stimulate the production of immune...
Camu Camu Berry, Powder, Live Live & Organic
Most potent source of Vitamin C. Camu Camu is the fruit of a tree that grows in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest, especially in areas where water is plentiful, surrounded by lakes and streams. Its scientific name is Myrciria Dubia, and is known by several common names, such as guava, myrtle, coconut-carette, and escobillo. The fruit is a berry of 10 to 40 mm in diameter, red to violet, soft, with one to three seeds. Its weight varies between 2 and 20 grams, weighing an average of 8 g. Compared to other tropical fruits, Camu Camu is a highly concentrated source of vitamin C (ascorbic acid). While an orange has 92 mg for every 100 g in the pulp, Camu Camu has 2780 mg for every 100 g.Nutritional value:-High in vitamin C, a true antioxidant source. 100 grams of pulp contains 30 times more of this vitamin than any other citrus...
Elderberries, Organic, 3.75oz, Live Live & Organic
How to make an Immune Boosting Elderberry Tea: Bring water to a boil, reduce heat and add the Elderberries, simmer for about 15 minutes. This helps bring out the beneficial properties of the elderberries. Pour through a tea strainer or sieve to collect the berries. Elderberries, the dark purple berries of the elderberry plant (Sambucus nigra), are known for their potential health benefits. Here are some of the key health benefits associated with elderberries: Immune support: Elderberries are rich in antioxidants, including anthocyanins, which help support a healthy immune system. They can help reduce the duration and severity of cold and flu symptoms. Cold and flu relief: Elderberries have been traditionally used to alleviate symptoms of the common cold and flu. They may help reduce congestion, coughing, and inflammation associated with respiratory infections. Anti-inflammatory properties: Elderberries contain compounds that possess anti-inflammatory effects. These compounds can help reduce inflammation in the...
Bilberries, European, Wild, Live Live & Organic
Experience the delicious and nutritious benefits of wild European Bilberries (Vaccinium myrtillus). These wild berries are packed with antioxidants, making them a healthy addition to your diet. Enjoy the unique and flavorful taste of wild blueberries while reaping their numerous health benefits. Bilberries contain up to 400% more antioxidants than Blueberries! While fruit pulp of American blueberry is green, bilberry (European wild blueberry) is red or purple. This is due to high anthocyanin content which may cause staining of the fingers, lips, and tongue. Both bilberries and blueberries contain diverse anthocyanins, specifically anthocyanidins, including delphinidin and cyanidin glycosides. Use Suggestiion: • Sprinkle on granola, yogurt, or deserts• Make tea• Eat straight• Sprinkle on salads• Add to a trail mix