Well, I had to look that one up. It turns out that Goji berries are bright red berries native to the Orient. They are delicious and have many health benefits. and most of these benefits are linked to the berry’s very high antioxidant properties. They also have powerful polysaccharides (whatever they are) which have anti-aging properties, help improve learning and memory abilities and remarkable immune system enhancing capabilities.
This may explain why the Goji berry could contribute to living a longer and healthier life.
Goji berries have 18 amino acids, including 8 essential amino acids. Essential amino acids are ones that our bodies cannot produce and must come from the food we eat.
There is more beta carotene in Goji berries than in carrots and they contain more vitamin C than oranges! They are also a rich source of naturally occurring B1, B2, B6, vitamin E, essential fatty acids and phytonutrients.
Known in China as the “Wolfberry fruit,” Goji berries are known to naturally treat diabetes, and to help fight depression, two depressingly common diseases found in adults.
It’s hard to ignore all the positive publicity Goji berries have been receiving, from such media outlets as The Today Show, L.A. Times, Time, Harper’s Bazaar, CNN, ABC, and more.
You can find these tasty berries in Chews-4-Health tablets.