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Oriental Goji Berry Long Used for Anti-Aging, Antioxidant, and Eye-Health Properties

According to ancient Chinese legend, there was a village where people drank water from a well surrounded by goji berries daily. Is it mere coincidence that those villagers lived to be well over a hundred?

Traditional Chinese medicine sees a connection between the brain, the various energy channels of the body, and nutrition. How does this system explain the potential anti-aging effects of goji berries?

Apart from their antioxidant properties and benefits to the mind, what vital organ are goji berries long known for enhancing? And, under what conditions should people avoid goji berries?

In addition to their potential health benefits, goji berries are also a good source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals, including vitamin C, iron, and zinc. Goji berries are generally considered safe to consume, but some people may experience allergic reactions or digestive issues when eating them. It is also important to talk to a healthcare provider before using goji berries as a supplement, as they may interact with certain medications or have other potential risks.

We explore the ancient appeal of the “jewel of the orient” in this episode of #Vitalsigns with Brendon Fallon.
Vital Signs’ host, guests, and contributors offer general information on improving health and wellness. This is not intended as diagnosis or medical advice. You should consult your medical doctor or holistic doctor before enacting any suggested strategies for health and wellness improvement, including those in relation to preventing or treating specific diseases featured on this program.


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