Golden berries are a rich source of vitamin P (bioflavonoids), pectin, phosphorus, calcium, zinc, vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B6 and B12. They contain 16% protein and more fiber than blueberries, plums, grapes, and apricots.
Bioflavonoids contained in the golden berries help to improve the absorption of vitamin C, strengthen capillaries, and improve blood circulation. They have antioxidant effect and reduce inflammation in the body. Studies link the consumption of golden berries to the prevention of strokes and cardiovascular disease.
The berries are an excellent source of energy, and people who consume them regularly report improved tone and cognitive function. The pectin contained in golden berries helps control blood sugar levels and reduces cholesterol. In addition, berries are beneficial to the immune system, strengthen bones, improve the appearance of the skin, help fight headaches and intestinal problems. It has been noted that they also help to strengthen hair and fight hair loss.