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The History of NingXia Red®
Our Ningxia Wolfberries, or "goji", are tiny, red oblong berries, grown in the Ningxia province of China. The area is a silt water flood plain of the Yellow River and receives its water from the Himalayas mountain snow packs, that runs down through the foothills, where this water becomes an abundant source of organic nutrients, especially minerals, which are passed on to the Ningxia Wolfberry plant, in the valleys of the Ningxia region. This powerful antioxidant fruit has been valued in traditional Chinese medicine for it benefits to the eyes, liver and kidneys, as well as fortifying the "qi" (chi) or life force. Historical accounts, stories and ancient Chinese medical texts describe the Ningxia Wolfberry as a food and medical treasure trove, dating back as far as 5,000 years.
Today the Ningxia wolfberry is valued as being a vital source for maintaining health and wellness with its high levels of antioxidants, complete protein profile, and vast array of vitamins and minerals. We use this delicious, nutrient-dense fruit in our best-selling NingXia Red, Wolfberry Crisp Bars, Manna Bars, ImmuPro, Power Meal, and Balance Complete Essential Nutrition line. Within our Essential Living line of products, the anti-aging, moisturizing and skin-softening benefits of wolfberry seed oil enhance our skincare products, like Boswellia Wrinkle Cream and Wolfberry Eye Cream. The demand for real, sustainable health solutions has never been greater, with today's fast-paced lifestyles, demanding more energy, while our convenient, processed foods are producing less.
All this with only 19 calories per serving
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