Golden berries are yellow-orange spherical fruits, which in South America cultivated for centuries and are highly prized for their beneficial effect on health. They are very famous in Peru and Columbia.

First are cultivated by the Incas, and then are spread to the rest of the world. In the 18th century are used just from the people in the high class. Today are used in whole world but the main consumers are England and Germany.

Small Fruit

Small Fruit

Their cultivation is simple, you can plant the seeds of the fruit and the plant looks like tomato. Easily adapts to soil, but requires heat.

A handful of golden berries supplies your organism with a considerable dose of antioxidants, and in traditional medicine is thought that golden berries can help maintain good body weight. They also can kept you from the disease and improve the function of all organs.

Golden berries are a good source of amino acids, minerals, vitamins A (which is great for the eyes), and vitamin C, B2, B6, B12, niacin, iron, and a high proportion of protein of 16 percent.

The high amount of pectin in this fruit can helps you to regulate the digestive system and reduce cholesterol. Golden berries have a significant dose of antioxidants that can protect the cardiovascular system, regulates blood sugar levels, helps with anemia and neutralize changes in the prostate.

Other dried fruits contain added sugars but not golden berries. They don’t contain sugars and preservatives, which means that not burden the body with unnecessary calories and chemicals.

Enjoy the taste of gold berries simply eating the berries dry or mixed with other dried fruits and nuts. You can blend them or make fruit yoghurt, make jam from golden berries or sweet and sour sauce with golden berries.

Here are benefits from this fruit:

  • They are great diuretic;
  • Can improve digestion
  • They can lower the level of bad cholesterol;
  • They are powerful energizer;
  • They are good for blood purification;
  • They are full with vitamins A, B and C.