Nordic Wild Blueberries and Your Tummy: Are They (Really) Friends?

Friendship is an understatement; your tummy and Nordic Wild Blueberries are bosom buddies.

The Nordic Wild Blueberries’ extraordinary relationship with tummies dates back to when your ancestors first roamed this planet.

Like any great friendship, their relationship was based on mutual benefits.

Your ancestors relied on the Nordic Wild Blueberries for food and treating stomach-related complications. In return, the wild blueberries were propagated to various parts of the world—which explains their abundance in Eastern Canada today.

Nordic Wild Blueberries
Freshly harvested ripe Nordic Wild Blueberries from the meadows of the Nordic forests

Although a lot has happened to their genetic composition, the friendship between your tummy and wild blueberries carries on.

Wild blueberries still express their loyalty to your tummy by offering you numerous health benefits.

With this in mind, we’re going to reveal how your tummy gains from this relationship and why you should nurture it.

First, let’s see what makes the Nordic Wild Blueberry different from other blueberry varieties.

Gut-Friendly Nutrient Differences Between Wild and Cultivated Blueberries

The Nordic Wild Blueberries (Vaccinium myrtillus), also called ‘bilberries,’ grow in the wild under harsh conditions.

As a result, these berries contain double the antioxidant capacity of American blueberries (Vaccinium angustifolium) and cultivated blueberries (Vaccinium corymbosum).

The wild Blueberries also take the lead when it comes to other nutrients, as shown in this table.

Nutrients per Cup (140 grams) Nordic Wild Blueberries Cultivated Blueberries
Dietary fiber 6.2g 2.4g
Manganese 4mg 3mg
Potassium 95mg 75mg
Zinc 1mg 0.16mg
Protein 75mg 0

As we’ll see later, Nordic Wild Blueberries’ deep blue colored skins also have higher phytochemical concentrations than other blueberries, which is excellent for your gut health.

Notice the different shades of blue on each blueberry fruit variety

Having grown in the wild, the berries are also free of pesticides and other synthetic chemicals, reducing the risk of chemical-related gut complications.

With that out of the way, let’s delve into the ways that wild blueberries benefit your tummy.

The Nordic Wild Blueberry Helps Trim Tummy Fat

Your gut contains microbes like bacteria, archaea, and fungi.

These harmless microorganisms play an essential role in your digestive process—they break down food and convert it into energy, discouraging excess abdominal fat accumulation.

Their imbalance (dysbiosis) encourages excess fat formation around the tummy and other body parts.

Since these gut microbiota feed on the food you eat, their efficiency and supply depend on your ability to provide a microbe-friendly diet.

Nordic Wild Blueberries’ components provide an excellent environment for the microbes to thrive and multiply. They also aid the elimination of harmful bacteria living in your gut.

Some of the beneficial chemical components that the wild blueberries contain include:

  • Flavonoids: Contain antioxidants called catechins that neutralize free radicals in the stomach
  • Anthocyanins: Discourages harmful bacteria growth in the gut for a well-diversified microbiome
  • Phenolic acids: Repairs damaged stomach cells

Eating wild blueberries regularly encourages an exponential growth of friendly microbes inside your gut. In turn, more of the food that you eat is converted to energy, discouraging abdominal fat accumulation.

To further support your tummy trimming goals, wild blueberries eliminate cravings—enabling you to stick to your diet plan.

Tip: For exceptional results in your weight management goals, merge moderate exercises with regular wild blueberry intake.

A wild blueberry smoothie or juice will come in handy because you’ll need a lot of fluids too.

To make a delicious smoothie from wild blueberries, follow this simple recipe, and you’ll thank us later.

Frozen Wild Blueberries Are Natural Colon Cleansers

A clean colon is necessary for optimal digestive wellness and lowers the risk of colon malignancy.

Toxic heavy metals are some of the most notorious gut contaminants. They mainly enter the body through ingestion, posing significant adverse risks to vital organs such as your brain and kidney.

The table below shows some examples of common gut contaminants and the effects they have on your health.

Heavy Metal Contaminant Effects Upon Exposure
Chromium Stomach ulcers, liver damage, respiratory issues
Cadmium Premature birth, kidney issues, vomiting
Lead Abdominal discomfort, joint discomfort, renal dysfunction
Mercury Brain damage, lung damage, memory loss

When these toxic metals settle in your body, they oxidize the cells causing oxidative stress. To eliminate the free radicals, you require a steady supply of antioxidants throughout your diet.

Nordic Wild Blueberries are rich in antioxidants, enabling them to counter the effects of these contaminants. They also contain several essential metals as a bonus.

Some essential metals which promote gut health and are contained in wild berries include:

  • Potassium: Prevents bloating by relaying brain signals that stimulate gut contractions.
  • Manganese: Helps in digestion of amino acids as well as calcium absorption.
  • Zinc: Facilitates secretion of digestive enzymes that break down proteins.
  • Iron: Prevents abdominal pains and diarrhea caused by anemia.

For a healthy colon, freeze-dried wild blueberries should be an integral part of your daily diet.

Nordic Wild Blueberries Also Improve Bowel Movement

Poor bowel movement involves constipation and severe abdominal pains that are caused by inadequate fiber intake.

Nordic Wild Blueberries contain 6g of dietary fiber—double the amount their planted highbush relatives contain.

The dietary fiber contained in the wild berries can be split into two:

  • Soluble fiber: Promotes stool water retention for a seamless passage through your guts.
  • Insoluble fiber: Clears the bowel by adding bulk to stool for optimal waste riddance.

Wild Blueberries also aid bowel movement by preserving your gut muscles.

During digestion, wild blueberries’ indigestible fiber reduces carbohydrate and sugar absorption into the bloodstream.

In excess, the sugar absorbed would cause a spike in blood sugar, damaging the nerve that controls stomach muscles—gastroparesis. Damaged stomach muscles are poor at facilitating bowel contractions that aid in stool passage.

How Much Fiber Do You Need Daily?

The table below provides a guideline on how much daily fiber intake is recommended.

Age Gender Amount of fiber required
9–13 Both 22.4–25.2g
14–18 Both 25.2–30.8 g
25–50 Male 34g
25–50 Female 28g

To meet your fiber needs with the wild blueberry fruit:

  • Eat at least 2 cups of wild blueberries each day
  • Add some wild blueberry recipes to your diet each week
  • Swap out cultivated blueberry with Nordic Wild Blueberry.
LOOV organic wild blueberry powder
Tastes exactly like berries you can buy from your local farmer’s market

Having wild blueberries routinely in your diet ensures a sufficient supply of dietary fiber for happy bowels.

Remember, the dark-blue wild blueberries’ skin is rich in fiber. Therefore, eating them whole is most recommended.

Eat Wild Blueberries Regularly to Avert Leaky Gut

A healthy gut has a tight barrier that only allows nutrients to be absorbed into the bloodstream.

When this barrier becomes less effective, it lets in germs, toxic materials, and large molecules into the tissues. As a result, an infection occurs that triggers bowel inflammation.

This condition is referred to as leaky gut. Scientists also call it intestinal permeability.

Although some people’s genetic predisposition makes them susceptible to the condition, leaky gut is mainly caused by:

  • Heavy alcohol use
  • Lack of exercise
  • Saturated fats
  • Junk food
  • Stress

To naturally reduce the risk of leaky gut, eat more superfoods like wild blueberries and vegetables.

The wild berries have exceptional antioxidant and anti-irritant properties that stimulate an immune reaction.

As a bonus, the blueberries also contain Vitamins A, C, K, and fiber that replenish the damaged cells of the gut lining.

contain Vitamins A, C, K, and fiber
Wild blueberries’ components that avert gut inflammation

Using organic wild blueberries to rebuild your gut lining ensures that you don’t stress an already inflamed gut.

LOOV organic wild blueberries have won recognition from reputable organizations all over the world.

Awards and recognition from reputable organizations

Our fruits are harvested from the wild blueberry plants found in Northern Europe. Unlike the cultivated blueberry bush, the wild blueberry crop is unadulterated with pesticides and other synthetic chemicals.

We also use the freeze-drying technique to ensure our wild blueberries are available in your local supermarket in and out of the growing season.

Who Nurtures the Friendship Between Your Tummy and Wild Blueberries?

It’s none other than LOOV.

Here, we believe that a glowing body and a healthy mind begin in your tummy.

Therefore, we don’t take the relationship between wild blueberries and your tummy lightly.

To promote this friendship, we have great shipping offers for our organic wild blueberries products. We’ll also ensure your product reaches you within 1–7 days.

As our happy customers show in their reviews, our reputation precedes us.

Here’s a little reason why customers love us.

To enjoy nature’s finest, order your powder or whole Organic Wild Blueberries today.