Bulbous fruits such as blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, currants, raspberries, strawberries or cranberries have beneficial effects on the human body. Their charm lies in their high content of vitamins B, C and anthocyanins, which protect cells from damage and cause the coloration of these berries. These molecules help to stimulate a cell longevity gene called Sirt. In addition, these fruits contain fibre, mineral salts or fructose. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of these fruits are also well known.
What can magic berries help with?
- Heart – Especially in the fairer sex, the vitamins that berries contain have a good effect on the health of one of the most important organs. The heart benefits from eating berries at least 3 times a week.
- Aging – Polyphenols, enzymes that fight free radicals, help in the fight against aging. They help prevent chronic diseases.
- Losing weight – As little as three servings a day speeds up fat burning.
- Infections – Cranberries in particular are recommended in fighting urinary tract infections and their typical symptoms.
- Cholesterol – They limit cholesterol levels in the blood and dispose of fats.
- Inflammation – Wild berries are medicinal for any kind of inflammation and, like other purple-red fruits, are rich in antioxidants.
- Memory – Particularly in older individuals, it is worth mentioning the beneficial effect on the cognitive functions of the brain and primarily in Alzheimer’s disease.
- Folic acid – The content of this substance is important in first of all for pregnant women, in whose case folic acid serves as a support for fetal growth. For this reason, it is recommended in the prevention of birth defects.
This red fruit, particularly popular in the summer months, is rich in fibre, pectin and cellulose. Not only for this reason, it is a popular companion for weight loss or digestive problems. Due to the minimal calories, strawberries are suitable for consumption in unlimited quantities.
This little purple miracle, which is found in abundance in our meadows and groves, has an unexpected power. Blueberries help fight inflammation, improve eyesight and protect our
The dark purple berries, found growing right next to blueberries, have been considered a vitamin bomb since antiquity. Thanks to the beta-carotene that blackberries contain, which our body converts into vitamin A, this fruit is beneficial for our eyesight, its disorders and is an effective fighter in the fight against gray-blindness.