Wolfberry, commercially called goji berry, (...) is also known as Chinese wolfberry, mede berry, barbary matrimony vine, bocksdorn, Duke of Argyll's tea tree, Murali (in India), red medlar, or matrimony vine. Unrelated to the plant's geographic origin, the names Tibetan goji and Himalayan goji are in common use in the health food market for products from this plant.
One of the very important rules of the Dukan diet is no fruit, however there is one exception - Goji Berries!
These vitamin rich berries, full of antioxidants are in fact allowed in all the phases
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You should be able to find these dried fruit in most supermarkets or health food stores.
Source: Tesco Wholefoods Goji Berries
Nutrtion details may vary by brand and berry species.
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