Blueberries are typical fruits of the undergrowth, small in size, spherical in shape and typically bluish-black in color.
They are highly appreciated, as well as for their flavor, for the many nutritional, beneficial and healing properties they bring to our body.
Blueberries are known above all because they are rich in antioxidants, useful for delaying the aging process, for preventing cardiovascular diseases and cancers.
But who would have thought that a single fruit fights cholesterol, blood sugar and other diseases
Often when we talk about blueberries we refer to their ability to be excellent antioxidants.
In reality, blueberries are so much more!
In fact, who would have thought that a single fruit fights cholesterol, blood sugar and other diseases.
Eating blueberries is in fact excellent for lowering triglycerides and bad cholesterol.
Furthermore, being rich in mirtillin, a substance that lowers blood sugar levels, they are also excellent for controlling diabetes.
But it doesn’t stop there
In addition to being rich in vitamins, blueberries are also rich in iron and fiber. They are therefore excellent for combating constipation, abdominal swelling and hemorrhoids.
It seems really incredible then how a single fruit is able to fight many diseases.
From what has been said, therefore, there seems to be no excuse for giving up this exquisite and healthy product.
But what is the ideal daily dose?
The ideal dose would be to eat about 100 grams per day.
So as to taste these magnificent fruits and enjoy their many virtues.
So whether they are eaten fresh or smoothed, it is important not to miss them on our tables.
Also because to the many virtues listed, one must be added that is not insignificant for women. This fruit, particularly beneficial for circulation, also helps to fight the much hated cellulite!
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