Dr Oz: Lingonberry Benefits
Dr Oz highlighted another new super food on his show. Learn about Lingonberries and find out how to make a Lingonberries Smoothie Recipe so you can try them out yourself.
Lingonberries are red and they are a part of the cranberry family. These tiny berries are proving to be a potent antioxidant. Dr Oz usually promotes Blueberries as a powerful antioxidant food, but new research finds that the Lingonberry could also be a dramatically effective antioxidant.
They are a natural antibiotic, and research suggests that they can help prevent the development of bad cholesterol. They may also have some cancer fighting benefits. Though there is more research to be done on Lingonberries, it’s a safe bet that you’re going to be hearing more about them in the future.
Dr Oz: Ways To Eat Lingonberries
How can you add these potent and delicious berries into your diet? Just like most berries, you can eat them by the handful if you like, as a healthy snack.
If you have picky eaters in your house, there are many ways you can incorporate them into your routine, including jam or adding a natural sweetener to make them more palatable.
Dr Oz: Lingonberries Smoothie Recipe
You could also try them in this Lingonberries Smoothie Recipe from Dr Oz. Here’s what you’ll need, and how to make this one for yourself and your family at home.
- 1 tablespoon Lingonberry Jam
- 1 cup Almond Milk
- 3/4 cup Ice
- Mix all ingredients together in a blender until desired consistency is acheived.
- Serve immediately and feel good about this fresh treat.
Dr Oz: Where To Buy Lingonberries
Maybe you don’t recall seeing Lingonberries in the produce section of the grocery store during your last shopping trip. Though they are wildly popular overseas in countries such as Sweden, they are still catching on in America. The good news about that is you are ahead of the curve on this Lingonberry trend. But the downside is it may take a little digging to find them.
You could try looking in stores like Ikea, which is headquartered in Sweden. Other places to search for Lingonberries include Whole Foods, World Market, and any international food markets in your area. Good luck, and let us know if you find them someplace you’d like to share.