About Raspberry

Raspberry has relatively low level of sugar, ie. fructose, and is an excellent source of vitamin C, which positively affects the immune system. Raspberry possesses antioxidant properties and studies show that it can accelerate the work of brain cells, and reduce the risk of cancer and cardiovascular diseases. Flavonoids function as antioxidants and help the fruit to ripen in the sun without burning. Flavonoids protect the berries from the effects of free radicals similar to what vitamin C and vitamin E do in our body.

Raspberry contains glucose, fructose, sucrose, organic ellagic acid, malic, citric, and salicylic acid, essential oil, colored and tannic substances, vitamin E. It is used to treat diarrhea and eczema, while the extract from the fruit helps against viruses. The extract activates the pancreas to secrete insulin, and it is recommended for lowering blood sugar levels. Raspberries successfully eliminate fever, promote sweating, cleanse bile, promote discharge of sand from the kidneys, strengthen the heart, and normalize blood count.

About Blackberry

Blackberry, like all other berries, contains ellagic acid. Its leaf, root and fruit are used in human consumption. Blackberry is rich in iron, calcium, magnesium, and vitamins C and A. Vitamin C helps produce collagen, which is important for structural materials in bones, teeth, skin, ligaments, tendrils and cartilage.

It also helps the body absorb iron, strengthens the immune system and contributes to faster recovery from colds and flu. Blackberry juice and wine are used for the treatment of anemia, and to improve immunity. It is also recommended to control blood pressure and improve circulation.

About Blueberry

Blueberries contain medicinal ingredients such as anthocyanins, copper, dietary fiber, vitamin C, E and B, iron, glucose, potassium, calcium, carotene, manganese, sodium, organic acids, proteins, tannins, folic acid, chromium.

Expert studies have proven antioxidant properties of blueberries, as well as a beneficial effect on the heart, blood vessels, skin and immunity. It is beneficial for diarrhea, rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes. Blueberries have beneficial effect with skin infections, improve blood circulation, and concentration. This fruit reduces the risk of cancer and slows the aging process. It is good for the prevention of cardiovascular disease, and it also helps with kidney infections.

About Currant

Due to a high concentration of vitamin C, currants are extremely effective antioxidants that can prevent various forms of cancer. This type of fruit is a good source of vitamin K which activates the osteocalcin and thus helps the absorption of calcium in the bones. Currants are rich in potassium, sodium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron and copper. Large amounts of malic and citric acid are also present.

The fruits of redcurrant contain fiber, protein and carotene, which affects the synthesis of vitamin A in the body. This fruit contains vitamins B1, B2 and B6, E and niacin.

Red currant helps regulate blood pressure and is used against anemia. Freshly squeezed juice of black currant is used for bleeding gums, varicose veins and has a positive effect on memory improvement.

About Strawberry

Strawberry contains potassium, calcium, iron, and phosphorus. It works on the entire metabolism, helps to generate bone tissue and blood, nourishes the nerves and the brain, and stimulates libido. It contains carotene, vitamin B complex, vitamin C and E, tannin, essential oils, triterpene, pentosan. It is also recommended for diabetics.

Medicinal properties of strawberries: they neutralize toxins in the body, help with problems of the liver, heart and rheumatoid diseases. Strawberries reduce acid in the blood, and contain compounds similar to salicylates of which aspirin is made. They improve blood count, lower blood pressure, calm nerves, and help dissolve uric acid in the blood. They are excellent in the fight against calculus in the gallbladder and kidneys. Vitamin C strengthens the immune system and helps the body absorb iron.

About Cherry

Sour cherry is rich in vitamins A, C, E as well as folic acid, potassium, magnesium, iron and fiber. The fruit contains phenols, galic acid and p-coumaric acid, kaempferol and quercetin.

Sour cherry's strong anti-inflammatory properties make it useful for pain reduction in gout, muscle inflammation, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

It is good for the heart and blood vessels. Regular intake prevents the development of certain cancers, diabetes, anemia and heart disease.

It represents a rich source of potassium, has a high percentage of water (84%) while its protein content is low.

It is rich in B vitamins and cobalt, and contains low sugar.

About Plum

Plums contain vitamins C, E, B1, B2, B6, beta carotene, potassium, pectin, organic acids, cellulose, protein and dietary fiber, which puts them in a food category of exceptional biological value.

Studies have shown a beneficial effect on health because of phytonutrients, especially neochlorogenic and chlorogenic acid. These substances are classified as phenols, which function as antioxidants and help fight free radicals in the body. Plum also affects the preservation of brain membranes and neurons. Zinc and copper, present in the fruit, act as antidepressants, and the vitamins C, B1 and B2 improve concentration. Since plum is rich in vitamin C, it helps in the preservation and strengthening of the immune system and prevents the build-up of bad cholesterol in blood vessel cells.

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