Let’s talk….berries


Berries are among the healthiest foods you can eat.

They are delicious, nutritious and provide a number of impressive health benefits.

Here are a few good reasons to include berries in your diet.

1. Berries Are Loaded With Antioxidants

Berries contain antioxidants, which help keep free radicals under control.

It’s important to have a small amount of free radicals in your body to help defend against bacteria and viruses

One study showed that blueberries, blackberries and raspberries have the highest antioxidant activity of commonly consumed fruits.

2. Berries May Help Improve Blood Sugar and Insulin Response

Berries may improve your blood sugar and insulin levels.

3. Berries Are High in Fiber

Berries are a good source of fiber, including soluble fiber. Studies have shown that consuming soluble fiber slows down the movement of food through your digestive tract, leading to reduced hunger and increased feelings of fullness.

This may decrease your calorie intake and make weight management easier.

What’s more, fiber helps reduce the number of calories you absorb from mixed meals.

4. Berries Provide Many Nutrients

Berries are low in calories and extremely nutritious. In addition to being high in antioxidants, they also contain several vitamins and minerals.

Berries, especially strawberries, are high in vitamin C.

With the exception of vitamin C, all berries are fairly similar in terms of their vitamin and mineral contents.

5. The Antioxidants in Them Help Fight Inflammation


Berries have strong anti-inflammatory properties.

Inflammation is your body’s way of mounting a defense against infection or injury.

6. Berries May Be Good for Your Skin

In addition to their many other health benefits, berries may help reduce skin wrinkling.

This makes sense, given that the antioxidants in berries help control free radicals, one of the leading causes of skin damage that contributes to aging

Ways to use berries:

Smoothies, Chia puddings, Porridge, Sweets, as a snack, as toppings over granola, yoghurt!


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