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Those Wild Blueberries

Published on 11/27/2017
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“Not every fruit qualifies. Those deemed "super" by nutrition scientists are packed with antioxidants, fiber, vitamins and minerals, and other nutrients that can help you live longer, look better, and even prevent disease.”  

~ Benjamin Plackett

Being a Diabetic, I am always seraching for ways to naturally improve my immune system. Super fruits have become an essential part of my diet. Before my discovery of them, it was pnemonia twice a year and sometimes two or three infections at the same time ravaging my body the rest of the year.

There must be something to the "Super Fruit" because I have not had pnemonia now for 3 years and no more than one infection going, instead of two or three at the same time.

The Wild Blueberries became the first fruit to be listed as a superfruit.  We're not talking about the usual blueberries found in your local supermarket.  I am talking about the wild blueberries that are native to Central and South America.

 Because of their very high concentration of antioxidants and rich source of phytonutrients, having 1 cup a day of wild blueberries is a natural way that your body can absorb free radicals before they can damage your cells.  Antioxidants even assists the removal of free radicals from your body, neutralizing and helping you fight various different diseases and keep them  away.

Wild Blueberries, according to studies, can prevent early aging. Help protect you against diseases like cancer and chronic heart disease. They can also prevent aging diseases, like Alzheimer's. Reverse short-term memory loss. And experts are now “claiming that the fiber in the fruit can help prevent a range of intestinal diseases such as ulcerative colitis, a type of inflammatory bowel disease.”  

In conclusion, all Superfruits, including wild blueberries should be consumed whole and fresh. Experts have also concluded that we all should be eating five to nine portions of fruit or vegetables a day and that most of these portions should be Superfruits.


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