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Wild Blueberry Association of North America Holiday Recipe Book provides awareness for the healthiness of picking and eating wild blueberries over cultivated berries: Are wild blueberries better for you than cultivated berries?

Wild Blueberry Association of North America Holiday Recipe Book provides awareness for the healthiness of picking and eating wild blueberries over cultivated berries: Are wild blueberries better for you than cultivated berries?
  • Yes, wild blueberries are probably better for you than cultivated berries

    Yes, wild blueberries are probably better for you than cultivated berries. Most natural foods are healthier because they hold the flavor and nutrition developed in nature. It is great to see organizations such as the Wild Blueberry Association of North America promoting natural over cultivated or processed. Hopefully others will follow suit.

  • Yes, wild blueberries are a more natural option than cultivated berries.

    Yes, wild blueberries are better for you than cultivated berries. It is my belief that wild blueberries would have less chemicals involved in their growth process making them a safer option. I also believe that a cultivated blueberry is likely to include some sort of scientific modification to create equal size berries and increase blueberry production.

  • Yes , natural berries are better.

    An untouched blueberries should be healthier then one tampered with by human beings or altered with dyes or pesticides. The Wild Blueberry Association of North America Holiday Recipe Book is attempting to make clear of this by providing the necessary information , in this modern society , where healthiness is often overlooked for conveniences' sake.

  • The less chemicals the better!

    It's no secret that farming methods depend heavily on pesticides and genetic modification in order to boost crop growth. While I don't see the harm in these methods as some people do, I wholeheartedly believe that wild vegetables will provide you with a much better range and percentage of vitamins and minerals.

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