It lives in the mountains, often unseen and overlooked. It is a secret held by the ancients, once forgotten. It is the stuff of legend, driving men to the skies, the infirmed into victorious battle, the warlord to conquer. It is a mysterious food, a plant that grows in climates not picked upon by the mortal man. It is called sea buckthorn and, while the legends may not always measure up to history (what legend does?), sea buckthorn’s interesting contributions to world mythology suggest a fascination with this super berry that goes back thousands of years.
Originally published by Rachel Berman on 6/12/2013 Move over omega 3’s, omega 7’s are now in the fatty acid research spotlight. While you’re probably well aware of how omega 3’s from fatty fish, nuts and seeds can do your body good, I’m betting you know less to nothing about omega 7’s. Let me break it … Read more