Though berry like, incan berries are not a true berry, they are in the tomato family and are closely related to a tomatillo. They are native to South America, though have been exported and cultivated elsewhere since the 1800’s. Incan berries have become very popular in north america over the last few decades as the superfood trend has increased. They contain Vitamins A, C, E, K, B complex, iron, calcium, fatty acids and many other minerals and phytonutrients and antioxidant compounds.
Golden berries are now being used to help support many health imbalances including: weight loss, blood sugar issues, liver, kidney and immune support, inflammation and cancer prevention. They pack a nice sweet/tart punch and make and make a great snack or superfood addition to food and drink recipes.
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