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  1. Gina Laverde
    February 6, 2008

    I definitely feel that goji berries (if they can be tolerated) are an excellent addition to a healthy diet. My son and I eat them and also mix them into our coconut kefir. Many people report an extra need for antioxidents in people with autism – we definitely feel the difference! Go Gojis!

  2. David Askaripour
    February 7, 2008

    Right on, goji berries are on point. I’m just getting back into them now, so looking forward to being supercharged!

  3. Brianna Salvia
    February 11, 2008

    Good article Dave! I think im going to get myself some goji berries.

  4. David Askaripour
    February 11, 2008

    Hey Breezy!

    Awesomeness! Yeah, they rock! Next time we all meetup in the city, I’ll show you this place in Chinatown where we can get a pound for $10 bucks. For now, you can find them at Whole Foods :)

  5. d
    April 28, 2008

    I’m all over these wolfberries, god’s foods, what have you… the grocery down the block from me has this fabulous goji berry granola mix i always get and mix up with about eighteen other kinds and soy yogurt– like shooting a rocket up your ankles first thing in the morning:)

    here’s some more of what science-style info there is available about goji berries…

    i hadn’t heard that they improved sexual function… do you have any info about that?

  6. David Askaripour
    April 28, 2008

    ha, right on d! yeah I’ve heard quite a bit about the sexual benefits. i’ll look into providing some articles. thanks for the comment.

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