Goji berries are fast becoming the next big health craze and their sudden huge popularity has made them a global phenomenon almost overnight.
Looking like a cross between a raisin and a dried cranberry, the Goji berry has been part of the Himalayan diet for hundreds of years and is known by many in
An antidote to aging, a boost for virility, a food weapon against cellulite and a mood stimulant are just a few of the properties attributed to this amazing fruit.
And careful investigation of the product lends itself to the belief that for once the hype could be real.
Studies have shown that Goji Berry are said to be jam-packed with more vitamins and minerals than any other fruit. In just about 10 to 30 grams per serving, the Goji Berry is said to have more iron than meat, more beta-carotene than carrots and more ascorbic acid than any other citrus fruit. And check this out, the Himalayan Goji
Himalayan Goji Berries in general are known to be potent antioxidants that cleanse the body by eliminating toxins and other harmful substances that often cause heart disease and cancer. They are also known to have immune-system-boosting properties that protect us from allergies, cough, colds, and other immuno-suppression-caused diseases. Goji Berries also have anti-aging properties that protect the skin fro the harmful effects of sunlight and other chemicals.
Pronounced "go-gee", they're supposed to contain, weight for weight, more:
- vitamin C than oranges
- beta-carotene than carrots
- iron than steak
- Scientific explanation says the beta-carotene in the fruit is thought to help fight heart disease, defend against cancer and protect skin from sun-damage.
- The berries are a good source of B vitamins and anti-oxidants - which may help protect against the fallout from chemical reactions in the body.
For more information on Goji Berries, check out the Tibet Authentic website at http://www.tibetauthentic.co.uk