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Canadian Wild Blueberries and your health


Wonderful things come in small packages. In case you hadn’t noticed, Canadian Wild Blueberries are tiny, which means more skin per kilo of fruit. More skin means more of the compound that gives the berries their colour and an abundance of antioxidants and anthocyanins. Which leads us on to why Canadian Wild Blueberries have such an amazing reputation for helping health and well being.  

Please have a browse through the links below. You’ll be amazed by what you’ll discover. By the way, in some of these articles the writers use “blueberries” as shorthand for Wild Blueberries!  


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The 25 Best Inflammation-Fighting Foods

Wild Blueberries' Staying Power in Baking

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Health and Beauty Benefits of Wild Blueberries

The Top 5 Foods Anthony William Says Can Change Your Life

Wild Blueberries Stimulate Cancer-Fighting Enzyme

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Wild Blueberries May Improve Attention in Children

Eating Wild Blueberries Improves Reaction Time

Wild Blueberries' Benefits on Children's Brain Function

Wild Blueberries Boost Children's Reaction times by 9% Due to Flavonoids 

Add Wild Blueberries to Your Child’s Diet for Better Attention in School

Wild Blueberries Boost Children's Brainpower

Alissa Rumsey, R.D., C.D.N., spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics in New York City suggests, “There’s always a new hot thing, but antioxidants are in every fruit and vegetable so I recommend people eat a wide variety, especially the brightly colored ones like Wild Blueberries, or dark leafy greens like spinach. Make sure you are eating a variety and eating enough each day. Try to have a vegetable at every meal and a fruit two to three times a day.”