According to Dr. Mary Ann Lila, eating wild blueberries can lessen your chance of developing cancer. She believes that the phytochemicals that protect the wild blueberry from insects and other predators are also beneficial to humans. She goes on to say that these phytochemicals “naturally moderate the body’s reaction to disease, stress, and allergens.”
The site Wildberries.com goes further. They have links to studies that show that wild blueberries are also useful in the following ways
Wild blueberries are available to most people in their frozen form; it is rare to have the opportunity to pick them in the wild.
The wild blueberry is not a new phenomenon. The properties of this fruit have been known since the time of the ancient Greeks. It has also been recognized by the animal kingdom. According to Wildberries.net, wild bears will eat nothing but wild blueberries when they are in season. They have been known to travel large distance to find them.
Luckily, wild blueberries are an incredibly tasty fruit so adding them to your diet is not difficult at all.
Wild blueberries can be added to any dish, here are a few recipes that can improve any meal.