... the most potent antioxidant fruit that we know
Salem, OR (PRWEB) July 18, 2008
In 2005, the Los Angeles Times raved about their health benefits. In 2006, TIME magazine called them the Superfruit of the Year. In 2007, it got even better. Oprah Winfrey Show, the highest-rated talk show in television history, recommended these to Chicago Bulls' leading scorer Ben Gordon to maintain high energy levels and prevent post-workout crashes. What are they talking about? Yes, they were all referring to Goji berries, "... the most potent antioxidant fruit that we know," according to America's Doctor, Dr. Mehmet Oz, author of the bestselling "YOU: The Owners Manual", and Vice Chairman of Surgery at Columbia University.
Goji Berries online store has launched an exclusive web site at http://www.BenefitsofGojiBerries.com to discuss the various health improving aspects of this 'wonder' health food and also to dispel the myths surrounding it. The blog carries information about coverage of the Goji berries in the media, also.
"Modern day consumers are quite savvy and they adopt a health food only after considerable research on the topic. That's why we have created this site to assist them in finding more information about the real benefits of Goji," reported Kirk Bachelder.
Antioxidant properties of the Goji berries are their most about advantage, as they are considered to have the highest level of antioxidants among all known sources. It is measured by the ORAC test. Another way to measure the benefits of goji berries is the Bovis Energy Scale and they score very high on that also. Goji also has high levels of amino acids, 18 in total, including the 8 essential amino acids, making it one of the amino acid richest foods in the world. Essential amino acids are so named because the human body can not spontaneously produce this enzyme; therefore, it must be supplied by the diet. And since animals can not synthesize most of these enzymes, they must be supplied via a plant source. Although all of the amino acids are important, three of the more important ones found in goji berries include isoleucine, tryptophan and leucine.
"The customers as well as dealers can now learn about the latest developments in the Goji field. They also get to know about the new products very quickly and order these in timely manner from our online store (http://www.gojiberries.us), from the comfort of their homes and offices over the Internet even if they live in faraway or inaccessible places," signed off Jeni.
About Goji Berries Inc:
Jeni Bachelder and her team have launched this blog to provide technical and commercial information about Goji berries and their health benefits. They also run an online store for Goji berries, the most powerful antioxidant and its derivatives like Goji berry juice, dried Goji berries and more. You can visit the blog at http://www.BenefitsofGojiBerries.com and the online store at http://www.GojiBerries.us.