These Golden Berries go through a natural sun-drying process that helps enrich the aromatic and flavors of these delicious and nutritious berries. This drying process has been used for thousands of years. The berries are carefully laid out by hand to ensure even drying as nature intended.
Where are golden berries from?
Golden Berries are unique South American species native to Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia that provide a truly tasty product hand-picked by small sustainable farmers.
Ancient Incan culture prized golden berries as a healing food, potent anti-inflammatory properties overcoming many ailments including muscle stiffness, fatigue, bronchitis, asthma, eczema, swollen joints, and headaches.
Incorporate golden berries in your daily routine will help ward off many inflammatory ailments.
I have heard of small farms on the Appalachian trail that have started growing these lushes berries.
Health benefits and nutrition facts
These are all-natural and organic golden berries with high nutritional value, loaded with a high number of vitamins including A, C, E, K1, several Bs, as well as fatty acids, carotenoids, and phytosterols.
Help Boost Immune system
This incredible fruit can boost your immune system to help you ward off illness and build the function of each system in your body. Filling up on golden berries this fall and winter will help you stay strong throughout the cold and flu season in January and February.
Current studies with human cells show that golden berries may help regulate your immune system.
The fruit contains multiple polyphenols which block the release of certain inflammatory immune markers.
The significant level of complex vitamin C makes this a very important fruit for the immune system can help stimulates the production of white blood cells and certain antioxidant properties.
This vitamin C is also is a key component in the production of collagen. This is what the body needs to repair blood cells, tissues, and organs.
Helps With Vision
With a high carotenoid content, golden berries help keep your vision in top working order as you age.
Carotenoids can eliminate oxidative stress in the eye. This can prevent the growth of cataracts and macular degeneration.
Maybe the most important benefits of golden berries are their wide range and high amounts of antioxidants.
Antioxidants are plant compounds that protect us against and repair the damage caused by free radicals, which are linked to aging and diseases, like cancer.
This makes Golden Berries an ideal nutritional supplement for preventing certain chronic diseases, including various types of cancers.
Antioxidants, like these carotenoids and polyphenolic compounds found in golden berries, neutralize free radicals. These are the damaging by-products of cellular metabolism that cause healthy cells to transform into problems like cancer.
Additional research has proven that polyphenols stop the spread of various types of cancer. This makes golden berries a very important food source in many parts of the world.
This is what gives the golden berry superfood status.
Best Ways to eat Gloden Berries
The best way to get the most nutritional value out of these tasty berries is to soak them overnight or at least 5 hours. This makes it easier to chew and digest to get the most nutrients out of each berry.
Golden Berries are perfect additions to
- baked goods, like muffins or cookies
- trail mix or granola bars
These delicious berries don’t come problem-free, they do contain some sugar and are considered a night-shade plant.
If you are concerned about either of these issues please consider contacting your doctor or limited the amount you eat each week.
Goldenberries contain about 9 grams per ounce, so it is best to limit your daily consumption to a small hand full per day.
Golden Berries are currently hand-picked by small sustainable farmers in Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia South American.
These goldenberries offer a wealth of health benefits including a source of vitamin C, A, dietary fiber, and several minerals such as potassium and manganese.