Blueberries Recipes

Blue berries are one of the popular berries after strawberries, around the world. They are enriched with highest antioxidant capacities among all fruits, vegetables, seasonings and spices. These are essential for optimizing health of your body by aiding to fight the free radicals which damages cellular structures and also repairs your DNA. Raw blueberries are recommended as they serve you best flavour and best nutritional benefits. They are also best for your nervous system and brain health, and researches proved that it improves your memory too. Blueberries prevents cancer and good for your skin too as they softens your dry skin. They helps you maintaining healthy and strong bone structure, lowers blood pressure, manage your diabetes, ward off heart diseases, improves your mental health, secures healthy digestion, fights wrinkles and delay your aging period and etc.

A cup of Blueberries contain 84 calories, 0g cholesterol, 0.49g fat, 1.1g proteins, 21g carbohydrates, and dietary fibre 3.6g (i.e. 14% of daily requirements). Also provides calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc, copper, sodium, folate, manganese, phosphorus, bete carotene, choline, vitamin A, B6, C, E, K. Blueberries lowers the risks of heart diseases, obesity, diabetes, helps to maintain healthy complexion and hair, overall lowers your weight and provides you with increased energy.

Blueberries are commonly used as flavouring in delicious sweets and desserts they could also be used in jams, jellies, ice creams or as garnishing in different desserts and smoothies.

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