Packed with antioxidants, Wild Blueberries are the “little ones” that have grown naturally in the fields and barrens of Maine and Canada for thousands of years. One of only three berries native to North America, the low bush Wild Blueberry was prized by our earliest inhabitants for its taste, nutrition and healing qualities.
Wild Blueberries are a nutrient-rich food packed with fiber, minerals and antioxidants. Just one cup of frozen Wild Blueberries delivers all this:
Excellent Source of Fiber. With 6.2 grams of dietary fiber, one cup of Wild Blueberries provides 25% of your recommended Daily Value (DV). Foods high in fiber may help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Full of Polyphenol Power!
You may wonder how Cranberries can pack so much goodness into a one-cup serving that clocks in at just 50 calories. But good things really do come in small packages: cranberries are a polyphenol heavy-hitter, which means lots of health benefits are crammed into these pink powerhouses.
Here are just a few of the reasons to enjoy the pleasant tartness of low-calorie cranberries more often:
Excellent Source of Vitamin C.
The Orange Miracle
Where and how it grows
What exactly is the hippophae rhamnoides? It is a golden-orange berry, about the size of a pea, common names are seabuckthorn, sea berry and sandthorn. It is grown around the world for example, in Finland, Canada, China and the Middle East.
The health benefits of sea buckthorn berries are widely documented in many recent studies around the world and the berries have been used internally and externally for hundreds of years. These incredible berries contain more than 190 different nutrients as well as protein (especially globulins and albumins) and fatty acids.