Golden Berries (Physalis Peruviana)
Goldenberries are bright orange-colored berries of the genus Physalis in the nightshade family Solanaceae. Goldenberries are also known as Inca berries, Peruvian groundcherry, poha berries, goldenberry, husk cherry, and cape gooseberry.
They have a bright, sweet, acidic flavor that makes them an excellent snack as well as a terrific addition to desserts, smoothies, yogurt, and salads. They're also high in pectin, making them ideal for pies, jellies, and preserves.
They're high in potassium, phosphate, and vitamin C, as well as other critical vitamins and minerals. They're also higher in antioxidants than other well-known superfoods like apples, goji berries, broccoli, and pomegranate juice, and have more fiber and potassium than a fresh banana.
Vitamin P (bioflavonoids), pectin, phosphate, calcium, zinc, vitamin A, C, B1, B2, B6, and B12 are all abundant in Golden Berries.
Blueberries, plums, raisins, apricots, and apricots all have a higher protein level and fiber content than apricots. They include bioflavonoids, which aid with vitamin C absorption, capillary strengthening, blood circulation improvement, antioxidant activity, and inflammation reduction in the body.
People who take Golden Berries on a daily basis experience increased strength and cognitive functioning. They include pectin, which helps to regulate blood sugar and lower cholesterol levels. Incan Berries are considered to contribute to better hair and hair loss by strengthening the immune system, combating headaches, digestive difficulties, and bone health.
◉ Berries should be stored in airtight glass containers -in a cool, dark, and dry area- to preserve their flavor and properties.