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The Wilder the Better - Going Wild for Wild Blueberries !

Wild Blueberries a gift from above!

The wilder the better as the wild blueberry is the king of this kingdom of wild berries and has the most superpowers! Wild blueberries only grow in the wild, right where Mother Nature put them. They are the ultimate antioxidant superfruit—10,000 years in the making! When consuming organic wild foods they provide extra nutrients that feeds and nourishes you deep within. Wild Blueberries are jam-packed with anthocyanins, which give them their deep purplish color that has been shown to fight inflammation. Wild blueberries that are frozen fresh are loaded with 33% more brain-healthy anthocyanins than ordinary blueberries. Researchers suggest that anthocyanins have the potential to decrease inflammation therefore improving blood flow and increasing communication between cells in the brain. Whether you are age 5 or 95, wild blueberries improve cognitive function like memory and day-to-day mental functions.

Wild Blueberries are the King of Antioxidant Foods

Wild Blueberries are believed to have one of the highest antioxidant levels of all common fruits and vegetables. The anti-oxidative properties of wild blueberries can heal neurotic disorders by preventing degeneration and death of brain cells. They appear to benefit aging neurons, leading to improvements in cell signaling. The antioxidants in blueberries may affect areas of your brain that are essential for intelligence. Blueberries are known to aid in mental skills such as concentration, paying attention, completing tasks and time management. Being familiar with foods that are high in antioxidants can help us get the most nutritional bang with every bit.

Wild Blueberries Reduce DNA Damage

DNA contains all the information our body needs to grow, develop, and stay healthy. These powerful yet small wild blueberries are known to help rewire and protect our DNA. Because blueberries are high in antioxidants, they can neutralize some of the free radicals that damage your DNA. Oxidative DNA damage is an unavoidable part of everyday life. It is said to occur tens of thousands of times per day in every cell in your body; which is a leading driver of aging and cancer. Therefore consuming the whole fruits fresh or by quality liquid juice extracts or in powered form wild blueberries is one on the most superpower fruits to enjoy!

Anthocyanins in Wild Blueberries May Have Anti-Diabetes Effects

Research suggests that anthocyanins in blueberries have beneficial effects on insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism. These anti-diabetes effects occur with both blueberry juice and extract. Type 2 diabetics often experience insulin insensitivity and a lower level of insulin is secreted with the consumption of glucose compared to non-diabetics. Consuming wild blueberries and red cabbage is a great dietary recommendation to prevent and to help manage diabetes. Wild Blueberries are known to be able to induce insulin secretion.


Blueberries May Lower Blood Pressure (In High Doses)

High daily doses of blueberries can reduce blood pressure. Studies have found consuming high doses of anthocyanins mainly from blueberries and strawberries decrease the stiffness of the arteries and therefore lower blood pressure and reduce the damage to blood vessels and heart, ultimately reducing the risk of heart disease. Wild blueberries help maintain low sodium levels which is essential to keeping blood pressure levels healthy. They contain minerals like potassium; calcium and magnesium that can reduce blood pressure. They also provide a range of health benefits to help manage and prevent conditions and diseases like cognitive decline, inflammation, low blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease. Increasing anthocyanins in your diet will add a beautiful unique blue to your plate and turn your tongue to a pretty purple-blue color!

Top 5 Nutritional SuperPowers of Wild Blueberries

Vit C : Vitamin C has antioxidant functions and may help to protect the body against oxidative stress

VIT K: Vitamin K1 is an important vitamin for bone strength and maintaining a healthy skeletal system

FIBER : Handful of wild blueberries helps satisfy recommended daily fiber intake and promotes a healthy gut

Manganese: Manganese plays an important role in bone development and aid in the metabolism of amino acids, cholesterol, glucose and carbohydrates

Iron: Iron is essential to providing oxygen to the organs and improves muscular and brain health

The word anthocyanin comes from the words anthos (flower) and kuanos (blue) and it gives fruits like wild blueberries, blackberries, eggplants, and cabbage the beautiful blue-purple hues that they hold. Besides the attractive aesthetics, anthocyanin is a powerful antioxidant that has proven health benefits.

Dr. Anthony William from Medical Medium speaks of the wild blueberry as the most powerful food! I quote from his Life Changing Foods Book: ’There is not a cancer that wild blueberries cannot prevent, nor a disease known to human kind that wild blueberries cannot protect you from.” He also mentions “when you eat these berries, their innate intelligence reads your body, searches out potential diseases, monitors your stress and toxicity level and figures out the best way to heal you – it is the only food that does that.” WOW these tiny wild jewels are super powerful!

Around the world, demand for wild blueberries has skyrocketed thanks to growing awareness of the numerous health benefits! These wild little berries are the most powerful brain food in existence and are one of the most effective heavy metal detoxifying food. This wild natural fruit is rich with goodness for the mind body and soul! Add wild blueberries to your life as they are a holy healing super natural fruit! The wilder the better!

Go wild for wild blueberries

Fun Fact: Canada is regarded the largest producer of wild blueberries and are mostly grown in Atlantic Canada, Maine and Quebec.

(For entertainment and general information purpose only. Individuals should always consult a health care provider before taking on any of these suggestions. Using your own discretion is the sole responsibility of all individuals.)



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