Mountain Wild Blueberries
Wild blueberry nutrition data from the Wild Blueberry Association of North America:

Nutrition Facts

Wild blueberries are smaller than cultivated blueberries. One cup of wild blueberries has almost twice the skin as one cup of cultivated blueberries. And since most of the super nutrients are in the skin, one cup of wild blueberries has twice the antioxidant power as one cup of cultivated blueberries.

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Health Benefits
  • Wild blueberries are rich in flavonoids and phenolic compounds which account for high levels of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Anthocyanins, the phytochemical compounds responsible for the wild blueberry’s intense blue color, are powerful antioxidants.
  • Scientists have studied how antioxidant-rich wild blueberries may help combat disease and promote healthy aging.
  • Potential benefits include: brain health, cancer prevention, heart health, urinary tract health, and vision health.
  • Heart health: research indicates that wild blueberries may protect against heart disease and damage from stroke.

"Our preliminary memory findings are encouraging and suggest that supplementing one's diet with wild blueberries may help forestall cognitive aging."

Robert Krikorian, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Neuroscience, University of Cincinnati

"Wild blueberries were found to have the highest level of antioxidants in a study by the USDA of 40 fruits and vegetables. It is important to make them part of your diet, especially as you age, since your body's defenses weaken and free radicals can cause more damage."


"A research project out of the University of Maine says wild blueberries are good for digestion. Professor Vivian Wu led a team of researchers that looked at how wild low-bush blueberries affected the digestive health in rats. For six weeks, they fed one group of rats a control diet and another group a blueberry-enriched diet. They found that a plant fiber in wild blueberries promotes the growth of good bacteria in the colon, thereby promoting healthy digestion."


More than just a healthy berry

Our group is taking a holistic approach to the potential health benefits in all constituents of the wild blueberry plant and fruit. Over time, we I intend to seek opportunities to commercialize healthful bioactive ingredients (polyphenols) from more than just the IQF fruit.

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