Aronia in the News

07/23/2017, The doctors told me how I normalize pressure without medication
[...] Two teaspoons of jam of chokeberry in a day or one Cup of low-concentrated juice (2-3 tsp of jam per Cup of water) is enough. In autumn, when maturing ash, you can drink the juice of black chokeberry.

06/19/2017, New at the farmers' markets
[...] Aronia berries -- These dark purple berries have one of the highest phytonutrient content of all berries. A cup of aronia juice may help lower blood pressure, fasting blood sugar and blood lipids. Be forewarned, however, they are tart (and are sometimes called choke berries). Because of their tartness, they are best used in recipes rather than on their own. Add them to smoothies, fruity salsa, vinaigrettes and savory sauces to top lean meat. 

05/21/2017, Unique super fruit grown locally influencing potential partnership ...
FARGO—A new health drink featuring a mysterious "super-fruit" has made its way to shelves near you.  It's the most powerful fruit you've ever heard of."Three times the antioxidants of blueberries," said Greg Nelson, Berry Farmer.

05/03/2017, Acai Berry vs Aronia Berry - The Healthy Choice, The Right Choice
"After centuries of dormancy many Americans are rediscovering what native North Americans had known for a fact. Aronia berries are the perfect food for everything from curing common colds to aiding in digestion. Read below to learn more about this wonder berry from our past and why it's now making a comeback in modern diets."

04/29/2017, Plant sale to feature tomatoes from Greece, Egypt
"Then there is the aronia berry. It is a chokeberry with the highest antioxidant levels of any fruit hardy to the Upper Midwest. Picha said it is easy to grow."

03/27/2017, 5 tips for better eye health
"5. Get the right kind of nutrition to optimise your eye health
Getting the right nutrition is key to keeping your eyes healthy. Berries are good for this purpose, as they are packed full of antioxidants and other nutrients. Antioxidants help to neutralise free radicals and protect body tissues — including eye cells — from oxidative free radical damage. Berries also contain anthocyanins, which have been found to be beneficial to people with cataracts, and could help to protect the retina from damage caused by ageing and overexposure to light. Berries also contain vitamin C, which may slow down macular degeneration and vision loss."

03/08/2017, The Magic Aronia Berry: Sustainable fruit for a healthier future
"The Aronia is a genus of deciduous woody shrubs that harbors a fruit bearing species collectively referred to as chokeberry plants. These fruits, on average have about 3 times the amount of antioxidants as blueberries. This is theorized to be the highest density of antioxidants per fruit in the world."

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