Goji berries can be found in all supermarkets or specialized shops. Goji berries are sold in the dried form and it is better to buy sun dried organic goji berries because if dried in the oven there is the risk to lose all the healthy properties. Goji berries contain antioxidants that, according to a study performed in 2010 by University of Sydney, are able to protect the skin form sun damages. Goji berries are also rich in zinch and vitamin C, are very useful to lower cholesterol and to control the level of sugar in blood. In addition to this, goji berries contain lutein and beta-carotene very important for the health of the eyes. Goji berries present also substances able to fortify the immune system that becomes very receptive to discover cancer cells or damaged cells in case of degenerative illnesses such as Alzheimer. Eat goji berries in the morning, added to a vegetable yogurt, like soy, oat or rice yogurt, in order to maintain all the antioxidant that, on the contrary, could be damaged by substances of the cow milk.
March 13, 2016
Vitamins, lutein and beta-carotene, able to protect the health of eyes, useful to decrease the level of cholesterol and sugar in blood, antioxidant
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