Raw Nutritional Goji Berries have an exceptionally pleasant bite and a truly unique taste—somewhere between a dried cherry, raisin, and cranberry. They provide a plenty of essential nutrients, including complex carbohydrates and complete proteins.
Goji Berries have been valued throughout Asia as one of the most nutrient-dense foods for thousands of years. Chinese traditions are also where the nickname ‘The Happy Berry’ comes from. Local religious were reputed to be jolly and healthy—a result of the Goji Berries they drank and used to brew their tea. Only recently have Western cultures recognized the benefits of consuming this tasty little berry and add it to their diet. Goji berries containing a wide variety of phytonutrients, vitamins and trace minerals, and have created a long-held reputation for being a pure superfood berry; no doubt 's a great addition to any diet.
Raw Nutritional Goji Berries are perfect for multiple usages. Goji Berry powder is a healthy choice to add into oatmeal, cookies, cereal, and smoothies. You can even create a nutritious tea with hot water and powder. Raw organic Goji Berry Powder is ideal for your daily use. It’s perfect for mixing into smoothies or even tea, stirring into yogurt or blending into dessert or muffin batters. The creations are limitless and just as tasty.
Goji Berries are native to China and Tibet. This superfood doesn't grow naturally anywhere else in the world. Raw organic Goji Berries grow in the green, fertile valleys of the Ningxia Province in China, a lush mountain province known for one of the highest quality goji berry production in the world. When the berries on the plant ripen during the warm summer months, they're hand-harvested and then minutely sun-dried to preserve their maximum nutritional density and turned into powder after.
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