How Indoor Berry Growing Can Improve Your Immune Function

What Do Indoor Berry Growing and Your Health Have in Common?

So, you’ve tried berry growing indoors and discovered that indoor gardening can be just as enjoyable as outdoor gardening. You’ve enjoyed tending to your strawberries and blueberries and you get a good feeling every time you pass by them and witness new growth right in your every own home. Another bit of information might cause you to enjoy berry growing even more. Blueberries are considered an immune system booster and indoor berry growing in the winter can be a good solution to staving off winter illness.

Just When You Need It Most

Indoor berry growing coincides perfectly with the season when a strengthened immune system is a good thing -- the cold harshness of winter. During the winter months, colds and viruses can be a problem for many, and boosting your immune system can be very helpful for warding off infections. Because of this, blueberries can be your winter ally.

What better way to consume immune-boosting, antioxidant-rich blueberries than fresh from your own indoor blueberry garden. Blueberries are rich in antioxidants which can help you fight off illness. Better yet, they are low in calories and packed with nutrition.

One powerful component of blueberries is the barely-pronounceable pterostilbene, which is a very powerful antioxidant. Pterostilbene is believed to offer protection against our two worst enemies -- heart disease and cancer.

You Can Never Have Too Many

You can never have too many blueberries. There are just so many things you can do with them. Preserves, sorbet, pies, cobblers -- you can even add blueberries to your juicer when you are making fresh juice. Throw a handful on your morning cereal or oatmeal too. Blueberries are such a good immune booster that you will want to consume some at every meal.

If you’ve gotten a bit tired with the time required to maintain your indoor berry growing, breathe a sigh of relief. As you can see indoor berry growing, has many resulting health benefits which will more than compensate for the daily attention your berry plants need.

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