Navitas Golden Berries

Pichuberries, also known as “Goldenberries” or “Incaberries,” date back several thousand years to the Andes and the Incan Empire.



While the fresh berry is juicy and similar in shape to a cherry tomato, its dried counterpart is delightfully chewy with a tart yet equally sweet flavor.

Usages: Add bebbries to quick breads, baked goods, hot cereals and trail mix. Pichuberries are also a great accompaniment to leafy greens and grain salads.

For more information about the health benefits and recipes using this super fruit, check out our new book Peruvian Power Foods: 18 Superfoods, 101 Recipes, and Anti-aging Secrets from the Amazon to the Andes. Order your copy today!.

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This Peruvian power food is a great source of vitamins A, C, D and E, potassium, and B vitamins.

The pichuberry also contains withanolides, a naturally occurring compound that has been linked to the inhibition of cancer cell growth and inflammation. Withanolides are also known for their antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.

Pichuberries also contain a high content of phenolic compounds that have antioxidant and anti-aging properties.


I can't find fresh pichuberries - can these be used in the reboot shakes?



Thank you for your email and for your interest in Eating Free and Whole Body Reboot. Dried pichuberries (aka Goldenberries) may not taste the best as a blended smoothie snack. Dried pichuberries are best eaten whole and pair well with cacao nibs and nuts for a delicious and hearty trail mix.To solve your fresh pichuberry dilemma, try a substitute of one part yellow cherry tomatoes and one part pineapple. Do keep in mind these replaced foods won't give you the Peruvian superfood benefits pichuberries give, however they will provide you with the phytonutrients necessary because of their yellow hues. 
I hope this helps! 
Happy rebooting, 

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