The Superberry of Goji
A scientific study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine states that, consuming 120 ml of juice goji berry (wolfberry) for two weeks, was able to strengthen the kidney and liver function, as well as coping with stress.
Since 2,500 years ago, Goji is already used by experts in a number of Himalayan medicinal herb traditional. Today, modern scholars increasingly examining the content useful.
One seed goji fruit contains amino acids, vitamin B-complex, antioxidants and carotenoids, including beta carotene and zeaxantin, and vitamin C to levels 500 times higher than oranges.
Try mixing some goji seeds in a cup of yogurt or sprinkle on a plate of whole grain cereal in the morning, such as oatmeal.