berry good for you
Does a skinny latté sometimes pass for a healthy breakfast?
Well turns out that Tibetans have a better idea they eat a handful of berries a day and many live disease free for well over 100 years.
While living forever might be a little much, these super berries, called goji berries, are a tasty and convenient way to top up your vitality.
Believed to be one of the world's healthiest foods (move over blueberries and pomegranates) they are rich in anti-oxidants, beta-carotene, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, E and many micro-minerals.
Tasting somewhere between a dried cherry and a cranberry, they can be eaten in hot cereals, smoothies or just on their own (double check the label to ensure organic certification).
It is said in Tibet that eating goji berries in the morning will make you smile all day.
So now all you have to do is offer some to your cranky boss.
Read more at www.gojiberry.com
It's the only addiction you won't have to justify.
Got a friend who you think would like this daily dose? Forward this message, and spread the vitamin v goodness - for goodness sake.