BerryЇЖ dried raspberries


Antioxidant source - dried (red) raspberries contain a wealth of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds. Consumption of antioxidants protects the body's cells from oxidative damage caused by the accumulation of free radicals. This type of oxidative stress and inflammation is directly linked to heart disease, heart attack and other degenerative conditions. Daily consumption of foods rich in antioxidants, such as dried raspberries, can prevent free radical damage to your body's cells.

Created from fiber - a portion of dried red raspberries provides 6 grams of fiber, or about 25% of the daily recommended amount. Raspberries contain fiber, both soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber forms a gel in a body that binds to cholesterol and sugar. This process helps reduce harmful cholesterol levels and stabilize blood sugar levels. The insoluble fibers in dried raspberries are important for overall body health. They are neither absorbed nor soluble in water, so they can remove toxins from the colon and keep the digestive system in proper condition.

A powerful source of nutrients - dried raspberries are filled not only with protective antioxidants and fiber, but also provide the body with nutrients such as vitamin C, iron and calcium. Vitamin C supports the immune system during illness and promotes the formation of collagen and protein that keeps skin smooth and resilient. Vitamin C also helps the body absorb minerals such as iron and calcium, both of which are found in dried raspberries. Iron improves energy levels and plays an important role in the delivery of oxygen by red blood cells throughout the body. Calcium, in turn, is the building material for bones and teeth, as well as improving muscle function and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease.

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Shelf Life: 12 months

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