Huckleberries: A True Wild Gift From Nature

Huckleberries: A True Wild Gift From Nature Nature provides us with so many nourishing gifts and each one of them brings a little something unique to the table. In today’s world, we have a habit of looking for exciting and exotic foods with the belief, they are better. Sometimes for real nourishment, all you need…

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Antioxidants in Berries May Help Reduce Cancer

Antioxidants in berries may help reduce cancer. Scientists know certain foods contain compounds that help protect against some types of cancers. How these phytochemicals, or naturally occurring plant compounds, produce anti-carcinogenic effects is still somewhat of a mystery. Dr. Gary Stoner, of Ohio State Universities Comprehensive Cancer Center, has a passion for understanding how certain…

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Berries: An Underrated Source of Fiber

By Kelly Ann Atterberry, BS “Berries are an underrated source of fiber”, said Alethea Flemming, ND of Vital Aging Clinic in Anacortes, Washington, as we walked through the Anacortes’ Farmer’s Market this past summer. Dr. Flemming was teaching a class to the community on medicinal foods throughout the market that day. The class toured the…

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Wild Berries

Move over blueberries, the REAL, healthy berries are in town. Huckleberries, lingonberries, gooseberries, currants, are all rare, possibly unheard of berries. However, they all have two very important factors in common. They are some of the most naturally healthy foods you can find and they can be found at Northwest Wild Foods. These wild berries…

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