Incan Berries

Incan Berries are wild-grown native plants in Peru. They contain 16 percent protein compared to Goji Berries which are 13-14 percent. This is extraordinary level of protein for a fruit.

Incan berries are an excellent source of beta-carotene, vitamin C, thiamine, niacin, phosphorus.
They offer high levels of bioflavonoids. Bioflavonoids have antiviral, anticancer, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Consuming foods rich in bioflavonoids plays a curtail role in detoxification and nutrient absorption.

Incan Berries contain high level of pectin. Pectin is very good for lowering cholesterol , especially LDL cholesterol. Also it prevents surges in levels of blood glucose for diabetics.

Incan Berries is very good snack by itself, or you can make your own trail mix from goji berries,cacao nibs, hemp seeds and Incan berries.

Incan berries are a low-glycemic, entirely guilt-free, wild superfood that are capable of working overtime to improve your health.

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