Superfoods really work, or are not healthier than traditional vegetables like broccoli and celery? The goji berry is one of the examples of superfoods. It would be a fruit used for a long time which can be used in medicine, even as an aphrodisiac. How healthy is this fruit compared to other fruits that are not so exotic?
The goji berry comes from Asia, and is seen as a super fruit of the Himalayas. It is a berry that has been used for a long time in Asian medicine and food. It would be good for diabetes and high blood pressure and are an aphrodisiac. It would also be reversed. In the Netherlands we know this berry also called wolfberry ?? ?? or ?? ?? buckthorn, the wild variety. Since finding the nineties goji berries much on the Dutch market.
The berries contain antioxidants, vitamin C, A, B1 and B2, iron, copper, nickel, chromium, magnesium, sodium, calcium and amino acids. It also contains a high proportion of activators, trace elements, enzymes, essential fatty acids and polysaccharides. So there is everything in, more nutrients than in other fruits and berries would therefore be very healthy and nutritious. Here the idea come from that the goji berry is a superfood.
If you eat daily goji berries, it would provide many benefits. They would reduce the stress and tension. They would be good for his libido, fertility, muscles, bones, metabolism, kidneys and liver. They would help in inhibiting inflammation, weight loss, insomnia, high cholesterol and cancer control. They say they work for headaches, Alzheimer's, high blood pressure and throughout the aging process. These are very many advantages, but what exactly is here from where?
Emilio Martinez, nutritionist, does not believe in the great effect that would have the goji berry. He thinks it is merely a placebo effect. The goji berry is in fact related to the potato, tomato and eggplant, and actually not quite as exotic. Most substances that are much in the goji berry, also found in other fruits. The effects of the berries have been scientifically investigated, but there really is no convincing evidence for the therapeutic effect. This does not mean you should not eat, you can find them delicious, and they are good for you. But they are just as good as any other fruit, which is more true to superfoods.