Lingonberries are jam packed with nutrients and can provide a wealth of health benefits for you and you loved ones.
Lingonberries are also called cowberries or partridgeberries.
Lingonberries grow wild in the Northern hemisphere.
Lingonberries are rarely cultivated but you can find cultivation sites in the Netherlands and North America where lingonberries have been noted for its health effects and good taste.
What You Can Use Lingonberries For
You can eat lingonberries as is. It's a flavorsome berry that has a tart taste. You can cook the berry and add sugar to balance out the tartness.
The possibilites with Lingonberries are many! You can for instance make jam, juice, raw-stirred, tea, smoothies and you can dry them.
Lingonberries are packed with health benefits, as berries called "super-berries" usually are.
The berries contain a high level of organic acids, vitamin A, C and B and other healthy vitamins and minerals.
Be careful when heating them because the nutrients and their health benefits in lingonberries, as well as in most other berries, are reduced from cooking or heating.
You can also buy lingonberries that's been grind to a powder were all healthy benefits you get from fresh lingonberries are preserved plus all the befits the kernels hide.
Lingonberry powder is actually more potent than the fresh ones!
How Lingonberries Differ From Other Berries
Lingonberries has a lot of the substance tannin.
For instance, lingonberry tea or juice has been used for a long time to counteract urinary tract infections.
It's a super berry which means that it has a lot to offer in the form of health benefits.
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