Benefits of Consumption
Its abundant nutrient content makes raspberries an excellent product for a balanced diet. Human studies on its benefits are quite limited, but the nutritional value suggests its positive properties:
•Prevents disease. The antioxidants in raspberries reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by preventing platelet buildup and lowering blood pressure through anti-inflammatory mechanisms. Black raspberries contain more antioxidants, followed by red and then gold ones. The deeper the color, the more antioxidants the berry contains.
•Improves digestion. The combination of fiber and water in raspberries prevents constipation and supports a healthy digestive tract. Great amounts of fiber promotes regular stools, and therefore the daily elimination of toxins. In addition, consuming fiber helps manage blood pressure, lowers cholesterol levels and promotes a feeling of satiety.
•Improves skin health. Raspberries also contain vitamin C, an important antioxidant for the production of collagen, a protein that makes up 75% of the skin. Collagen decreases as we age, causing wrinkles and sagging. Vitamin C source foods help prevent and repair damaged skin.
•Helps to lose weight. Raspberries are a great natural sweetener option. If you're trying to give up sugar and honey, add fresh raspberries to your breakfast, which taste sweet. Moreover, the combination of water and fiber in raspberries helps you feel quality long-lasting satiety.
Features: by weight
Shelf Life: 3 days