Dried Goji Berry : 150 gms
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Also known as wolfberries, goji berries have long been enjoyed in China and the Himalayas for their sweet taste and bright color. Their history as a medicinal plant has roots in ancient China, where goji berries still are used to treat eye, liver, and kidney ailments. A host of additional nutritional and medical claims have made the fruit popular in the United States. Read on to decide if you should consider adding these delicious berries to your healthy diet.
As with all berries, goji berries have vitamins and other antioxidants that can help keep the body healthy. Eating two or more servings of fruit a day is usually recommended for optimum health benefits, and goji berries are a great alternative to other more traditional berries.
Goji berries are high in vitamin C and fiber, and low in calories. They are also a good source of iron and vitamin A. One serving of about four ounces of goji berries even provides nearly 10 percent of the suggested amount of dietary protein, a surprising amount for a fruit.
The complex carbohydrates that make goji berries so yummy raise blood sugar slowly, so you won’t experience a sugar crash afterwards.