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Lingonberries are one of nature’s most powerful superfoods. They contain more antioxidants than blueberries and cranberries combined. The lingonberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) is a small shrub native to Europe that grows in cool climates. It has been used for centuries by herbalists and traditional healers because of its high vitamin C content.

There are eight health benefits of lingonberries. These include:

  1. Antioxidant protection
  2. Anti-inflammatory properties
  3. Improved immune system function
  4. A healthy digestive tract
  5. Reduced cholesterol levels
  6. Protection against cancer
  7. Weight loss
  8. Increased energy

Linguanthus latifolius (lingonberry) used as an anti-inflammatory agent since ancient times. Also used by Native Americans to treat colds and flu. Today, research shows that lingonberries help protect the body against free radicals, which cause cell damage and contribute to aging.

Weight Loss.
In addition to being delicious, lingonberries are packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals. One study found that eating two cups of lingonberries daily helped people lose weight. Another study showed that lingonberries improved blood flow and reduced inflammation, helping to prevent cardiovascular diseases.

Heart Health.
Linguanthus spp., also known as “lingonberry” or “hairy bittercress,” is native to South America. Used by indigenous peoples there for centuries as an anti-inflammatory food. Today, scientists believe that its antioxidant properties help protect against cardiovascular diseases.

Brain Health.
In addition to being delicious, lingonberries are packed with nutrients that support brain health. One study found that people who ate two servings of lingonberries per week had better cognitive function than those who didn’t eat them at all. Another study showed that women who consumed lingonberries daily experienced less memory loss during menopause.

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