Posted on: August 7, 2020

We have shared some great smoothie recipes that we have found online so now, we thought we would share some articles that explain WHY these smoothie recipes are asking for things like Acai berry, cacao nibs, spirulina and nut milks. Next, we share Part 5 of our SuperfoodS For Smoothie Series.

7 Impressive Reasons To Eat Goji Berries – James Colquhoun on June 30, 2017

Goji berries, or wolfberries, have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Some folklore suggests that these delicious red fruits were a favorite staple of the ancient Himalayan monks, who used them to aid meditation practices and achieve elevated levels of vitality, longevity and stamina. In the Western world, goji’s were one of the first natural products to be dubbed a superfood and as such, consumption of goji berries has increased dramatically over the past 20 years. Here are a few good reasons to add goji’s to your diet.

7 functions of goji berries:

  • Forever young
  • Mind defence
  • Muscle recovery
  • Healthy heart
  • Increased energy
  • Live detoxification
  • Cancer fighter

CLICK HERE to visit Food Matters to read the whole article about the health benefits of goji berries.

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