Well, it's just that I'm always (I've gotten to be) suspicious when you research websites for information, evidence, testimonials, etc. supporting a new superfood and they all basically refer you to one person, who's written a book. Over the years, I've started to realize there's something untrustworthy about that. And Mindell, before he became associated with goji,was someone who shamelessly pushed a rather mainstream diet heavily, heavily dependent on isolate supplements - like pills, you know - and suddenly we're supposed to respect him as this expert amazing authoritative Big Voice when he comes down on the favorable side for gojis? That _really_ is irksome. Who cares what vitamin-bible Mindell says (sells)?
However, you encourage me to try to buy one of those plants you can keep in a big pot and in August start reaping a gallon of cool FRESH berries.
Didn't mean to be obscure - I just felt gojis were "asociated" with Mindell - I think a danger sign when a food is associated with one person, like Cousens and E3Live.