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Goji And Polysaccharides

Goji is the only plant that can withstand more stress than any other. Scientists discovered that the tiny red berry was rich in highly bioactive polysaccharides. Bioactive polysaccharides is a group of complex carbohydrates that can be bound to proteins. Some plants produce them as a powerful defense mechanism against the environmental threats and attacks on the body. These protective effects can be enjoyed by those who eat plants rich in polysaccharides. Scientists had grouped all polysaccharides with other carbohydrate, such as sugars and starches, up until recently. They were regarded as an energy source and not of any value. When it was discovered that some types of polysaccharides can cause beneficial changes in the human body, all that changed. Lycium Barbarum, the Latin name for goji, was home to four primary bioactive polysaccharides. They were named LBP (Lycium Barbarum Polysaccharides). These four polysaccharides were called LBP1, LBP2, LBP3, LBP4 and LBP5. The LBP polysaccharides were able to provide exceptional amounts of the essential cell sugars (glycoconjugates), rhamnoses, xyloses, glucose, mannoses, galactose, and rhamnoses- which are vital for healthy immune function and communication between the cells. Goji berries may actually be the most abundant source of glyconutrients. Scientists tested samples of goji berries for their polysaccharide levels. The scientists found that the levels of LBP varied greatly between berries from the different regions. Highly effective berries contain all the LBP, not just one or two. Each of the main polysaccharides have its own type of unique benefit. All polysaccharides are required to have the greatest biological activity. Research strongly suggests that the unique polysaccharides of goji act in the body as directors and carriers for cell information. They also command and control many biochemical defense systems. Lycium Barbarum, the Latin name for goji, was home to four primary bioactive polysaccharides. They were named LBP (Lycium Barbarum Polysaccharides). These four polysaccharides were called LBP1, LBP2, LBP3, LBP4 and LBP5. The LBP polysaccharides were able to provide exceptional amounts of essential cell sugars (glycoconjugates), rhamnoses, xyloses, glucose, arabinoses, galactose, and rhamnoses- which are vital for healthy immune function and communication between cells. Goji is the most abundant source of glyconutrients that has been discovered. Research strongly suggests that the unique polysaccharides found in goji act as directors and carriers for cell information, and command and control many biochemical defense systems.
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