Our bodies are amazingly made! Give them the right foods and they will work well for us for a long time. Give them bad foods and we become ill. I know which I prefer!
Goji berries have been used in medicine for centuries. They are low in calories and high in fiber and Vitamin C. They’re a good source of iron and Vitamin A, and even have some protein. Plus phytonutrients and trace minerals.
According to Dr Axe …
Goji berries — with the scientific name is Lycium barbarum — have been extensively researched for their ability to generate general feelings of well-being, improve neurologic/psychologic traits, support better gastrointestinal health and bowel functions, help build stronger musculoskeletal systems, and improve cardiovascular health. They’re easy to add to meals to boost energy levels and performance.
Goji berry benefits include the ability to naturally treat diabetes, hypertension, infectious diseases, and common illnesses like the cold or a fever. Traditionally, they’ve also been used to fight depression and anxiety or other mood disorders. They’re a great source of antioxidants known as beta-carotene, plus other phytonutrients that help protect skin and eye health. Thanks to their ability to reduce blood glucose, regulate cholesterol levels and keep triglycerides at an ideal balance, they’re also shown to prevent heart disease.
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