Golden berries, also known as Physalis peruviana, is South American fruit that’s highly concentrated with nutrients and bioactive compounds. They can be eaten fresh or dried – they have a delicious “sweet and sour” taste that both adults and kids enjoy. They can be added to any recipe that calls for fruit (fresh or dried), including salads, as a jam, on top of granola or yogurt.
Golden berries are extremely nutrient dense with easily absorbable bioavailable compounds. They contain linoleic and oleic acid, two essential fatty acids that aid in insulin sensitivity and fat oxidation.
Compared to other small berries, golden berries are higher in protein and vitamin A and they’re much lower in sugar. They’re also loaded with antioxidants.
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