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Read on to learn about wolfberries, one of the key ingredients in NingXia Red!
Give ’em a try!
Besides getting their goodness in my daily NingXia Red, I like to snack on dried wolfberries whenever I want a sweet treat- they remind me of the red gummy fish candy I loved as a kid, but wolfberries are a billion times healthier for me. Try them out!
Organic Dried Wolfberries
Young Living’s Organic Dried Wolfberries are a sweet, organic snack from nature that’s easy to make a part of your daily diet. Our gentle drying process makes these USDA-certified organic wolfberries versatile and easy to incorporate into lots of recipes, letting you add wolfberry benefits to anything from stir-fry to baked goods!
With polyphenols and polysaccharides, this exotic berry is touted around the world for its taste and nutrients. Documented use of wolfberries dates back to the Ming Dynasty, where they were part of ancient Chinese culture.
Organic Dried Wolfberries Uses:
- Top yogurt or a smoothie with wolfberries for a wholesome breakfast with a satisfying texture.
- Include Organic Dried Wolfberries in your homemade granola or trail mix for a nourishing snack on a hike, at school, or around the home.
(The above comes from YoungLiving.com)
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