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Growing Organic Blueberries

Buy Giant Blueberries on Ultra-Heavy Bearing Blueberry Plants from DiMeo Farms

DiMeo Farms sells and ships Organic, Non-GMO, Heirloom Blueberry Bushes at our DiMeo Blueberry Farm in New Jersey. Customers loved our gorgeous family blueberry farm where they can buy the best blueberry plants for sale at only $10 each.  They said our DiMeo blueberries were the best tasting blueberries. Below is Great-Grandpop DiMeo’s old wooden corn crib that we restored and converted into one of our drive-in blueberry fruit stands. The DiMeo family first grew organic blueberries in New Jersey over 100 years ago. Lots of DiMeo family blueberry farm history here in the beautiful NJ Pine Barrens. We can teach you how to plant organic blueberries and grow way better tasting organic blueberries at home. The best locally grown organic blueberries can be easily grown right in your own backyard berry garden, blueberry patch or edible blueberry bush hedge row.

Call now (609) 561-5905 for a fast Winter or Spring 2019 shipping quote. You can pick-up your order at www.DiMeoFarms.com

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7 Health Benefits Of Eating Blueberries

We invite you to Grow Your Own Organic Blueberries and other Non-GMO, organic berries with DiMeo Farms & Berry Plants Gardening Center: www.DiMeoFarms.com

If you are interested in increasing your consumption of fresh  blueberries then you are probably already a blueberry lover who understands the health benefits of blueberries in your daily diet. If not, then read on as we at DiMeo Fruit Farms go over some of the most commonly known health benefits of blueberries in your daily life. Let’s discuss the health benefits of DiMeo blueberries:

Blueberries Help Reduce The Risk For Cancer And Other Age Related Illnesses

It’s true. Blueberries have the highest concentration of antioxidants as compared to all other “super fruits” except Aronia black chokeberries which we offer have Aronia black chokeberry plants for sale at our family farm, but we will discuss them in a later blog post. As for blueberries, they are extremely rich in anthocyanin compounds which are one of the most powerful forms of antioxidants known to man. There are also several other extremely beneficial antioxidants found in blueberries. Antioxidants are known specifically for helping to eliminate free radicals which in turn is suggested to lower the risks for many age related illnesses including cancer and heart disease.

Blueberries Extremely Rich in Vitamins and Minerals

Yes, blueberries are known to have high amounts of naturally occurring vitamin C, vitamin K, copper, selenium, manganese, and much more. Eating fresh organic blueberries is an excellent way to get the vitamins that your body needs and get them in their natural form rather than through a multi-vitamin. Many of the vitamins in blueberries are major contributors to a healthy immune system which means that eating more fresh blueberries may mean getting sick less.

Blueberries Can Lower Cholesterol

Blueberries contain an antioxidant called Pterostilbene which has been shown to reduce cholesterol as well or better than prescription medications.

Blueberries Can Prevent Urinary Tract Infections

Recent studies have shown that blueberries contain the compound Epicatechin which is know to work by preventing bacteria from attaching to the lining of bladder tissue. This allows the bacteria to be discarded during urination.

Eating Fresh Blueberries Improves Eyesight

Blueberries, as said before, contain the antioxidant anthocyanin which is widely known to help improve eyesight in many different ways. It has been proven to help reduce eye strain, improve night vision, and improve the speed at which your eyes are able to adjust to changes in light (going from light to very dark areas quickly).

Eating Blueberries Improves Digestion

Blueberries are rich in fibers that help to improve digestion and are a way to fight constipation naturally.

Eating Blueberries Helps To Improve Brain Function

Blueberries are known to improve brain function, especially in older adults. It is also believed that in some cases they actually help reverse some of the age related decreases in brain function. If you liked this blog post on eating blueberries, then reach out to our family blueberry farm and we teach you how to grow your own blueberries right in your own backard. Visit our website: www.DiMeoFarms.com

Health Benefits of Organic Blueberries

The huge size of giant blueberries from DiMeo’s Farms blueberry plants belies the the numerous health benefits your family and loved ones can gain from consuming blueberries. With its contribution to overall brain health and wellness and the many blueberry recipes that can be concocted using this super fruit, it is no wonder the blueberry has become one of the most popular berries in the world. Native Americans from the Northeast regions of the United States and the Eastern seaboard of Canada have given much importance to blueberries because of the powerful medicinal properties and the uses for healthy food that it provides. The folklore that surrounds blueberries includes the belief that it is the spirit of ancestors that look after the people in times of hunger and famine. The American Indian tribes also preserved blueberries in time for the cold winter months, when other food sources were scarce. While they believed that blueberry juice can treat cough, they also were confident that tea made out of blueberry leaves can cleanse the blood. Whether as a cure of an ailment or an answer to food shortage, the Native Americans turned to blueberries to help them in their greatest time of need.

Fast forward to the present time, blueberries are still growing in popularity in many parts of the world aside from Northern America, where it is an indigenous fruit. Even homeowners, edible landscapers and gardeners have all discovered the wonders of growing their own blueberry plants at home, with the goal of having a constant supply of fresh produce whenever they need it. With many of the best blueberry varieties to choose from, anyone who desires to grow their own fresh blueberries can cultivate the variety that is ideal in their location. The better known blueberry varieties are Northblue, Bluecrop, Berkeley (popular among home blueberry growers), and Chandler, the world’s largest blueberry can be found at DiMeo Farms.

We have known since childhood that orange and yellow colored vegetables are good for the eyesight. It is a lot more fascinating when mothers slyly add carrots or squash to their children’s meals. But studies on ophthalmology reveal that eating more fruits helps one stay away from vision destroying diseases. Simply tossing in a cup of fresh organic blueberries onto a bed of greens, or even serving them alongside salmon, chicken, or blueberry ice cream, is enough for you to meet your daily needs. Of course, this should go hand in hand with other “super fruits” such as the Aronia black chokeberry, raspberries and even cranberries.

So whether you like blueberry yogurts, blueberries smoothies, blueberry pancakes, muffins, tarts and pies, or you just happen to like the simple goodness of a fresh blueberry, surely you cannot go wrong when you eat this delicious fruit. Take it from the Native Americans: this tiny wonder is packed with a lot more benefits than you could ever imagine. Grow your own giant organic blueberries in your own little backyard berry garden with “ultra-heavy bearing” large blueberry bushes shipped direct to your door from DiMeo Blueberry Farms & Blueberry Plants Nursery: www.DiMeoFarms.com