When was the last time that you had a fresh bowl of strawberries or blueberries? It most probably must have been last summer!
Fruits have always been considered a healthy food and certain fruits like berries are significantly high in nutrition. Not only nutrition but they also offer additional benefits too.
May it is in the form of a smoothie or just a fresh bowl of raw berries, consuming raspberries, blueberries and strawberries have always been tasty.
In this blog we will see the benefits that different types of berries provide:
The vibrant-looking strawberries are one of the sweetest berries and they contain a low glycemic index. This becomes a good fruit alternative for people who need to control their glucose levels.
The best time to pick them up is in June when they are fresh. Strawberries have the highest amount of Vitamin C which also competes with Oranges' amount of Vitamin C.
These heart-shaped fruits have a treasure of fiber and antioxidants that make them a natural remedy to relieve inflammation. They act as self-cleansers due to their high fiber content.
Their smooth texture, softness, and heavenly taste make them compatible with any dish. You can either toss them in your mouth fresh and raw or either make a lip-smacking smoothie using them. Check out our most popular Frozen Berry Smoothie Bowl!
Adding to the colorful family of berries, next we have the blueberries!
Blueberries are originally dark-purple in color and they have thin skin with tiny seeds in them. This superfood is essentially low in calories and high in nutrition. That’s exactly why nutritionists add them to weight-loss diets.
These tiny little blue fruits are a powerhouse of antioxidants that neutralize the free radicals that damage your DNA. This helps to prevent aging issues.
A study shows that they have proved to improve brain and memory functions. Moreover, they are also considered to reduce the risks of cardiovascular diseases.
Make your hot summer worthwhile with a refreshing bowl of blueberries!
Blackberries are a summer staple and consuming them in summers can be super-beneficial. With a yummy sweet-tart taste, these berries have minute seeds called drupelets.
Blackberries are considered an immune-boosting food because they possess antibacterial properties. They also act as natural protection against tooth infections.
Studies say that these berries can reduce inflammation in gastric conditions like stomach ulcers up to 88%.
Add them to your morning breakfast oatmeal bowl or top them on your whole-grain pancakes.
Do you remember the raspberry candy sticks we all used to eat during childhood?
These are the same raspberries! Raspberries are naturally sweet and are members of the same botanical family.
According to an American study, raspberries contain an acid called ellagic acid. This acid can fight different types of cancers. Also, raspberries improve sexual health as they are packed with magnesium.
This high amount of magnesium increases male fertility and enhances testosterone production in the body.
These four berries from the berries family are indeed superfoods that must be made a part of your diet. Because of their delicious taste, these are easy to combine with any dish or smoothie.
Sweeten up your meals by adding them to yogurts, porridges, salads, or juices! When are you adding them to your diet?