I love this post! I grow our goji berries in a pot, and they come back each year, they need very little care as they are very hardy plants 🙂
Goji berries are the small, reddish fruit of a shrub (Lycium barbarum) growing wildly in the sacred lands of Tibet (and nearby areas). It is considered a super food due to it’s high nutrient content, often associated to vitality and longevity. Goji berries offer a good dose of fiber, over 20 different vitamins and minerals, and of antioxidants. They are particularly rich in vitamins C, A and B2, and minerals such as iron, zinc and phosphorous. They contain 18 amino acids (11 of each are essential) and offer more beta-carotene than carrots.
In spite of many longevity reports associated to goji berries being “legendary”, there are scientific evidence of its benefits on our health. Optimal weight management, healthy vision, diabetes management, cancer prevention, improvement of neurologic/psychologic traits, better gastrointestinal health, and improved cardiovascular health are some the most well-known benefits of goji berries.
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