Lingonberry is a tangy, wild super berry well known in the nordic countries where it has been recommended for patients well before modern medicine recognised its effect on diabetes, high blood pressure and inflammatory concerns. good news for today, lingonberry may help counter the effects of a high-fat diet – it reduces blood sugar levels and contain polyphenols for fat burning. it is also packed with vitamins providing exceptional amounts of vitamins E and K, minerals and dietary fibre. lingonberry is rich in many different types of polyphenols, the potential health properties of which are being researched intensively. it also contains lignans, proanthocyanidins and resveratrol. the amount of heart friendly resveratrol in lingonberries is similar to that found in dark grapes (think red wine or dark grape juice).
Lingonberries have high content of antioxidants that work to fight against the effects of harmful free radicals in the body including premature ageing, damage to healthy cells, elevated blood pressure and infertility. similar to cranberries, lingonberries help to reduce the risk of urinary tract infections, a particularly common nuisance among women.
100g powder equals on average 900g of fresh lingonberries
energy 379 kcal / 1603 kJ
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*nutritional information is formed from average analysis results.