Berries are known to slow down aging. Your body is protected from free radical damage by antioxidants in berries. Research has found that women who ate berries had signs of memory loss three years later than those who did not.
Berry consumption is also a good way to lose weight. Because of the high levels of antioxidant anthocyanin in berries, this makes weight loss easier. The gene-altering properties of antioxidant anthocyanin are well known. It makes it more difficult to lose weight because it alters the genes in human fat cells.
Because of their phytonutrients, berries are known to protect against heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, and other diseases.
Blueberries and Cranberries have bladder infection-fighting properties. Lutein is essential for healthy eyes and sharp vision. Blueberries and raspberries are especially good for your eyes. Blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and acai berries are the best berries to eat.
Strawberries are high in vitamin C and contain traces folate, magnesium potassium, calcium, and potassium. A cup of strawberries contains more vitamin C than an entire orange. Blueberries contain more than 20 types of anthocyanin while most other berries only have 3-4. Blackberries have high levels of vitamin C, polyphenols and fiber. Blackberries have around 7g of fiber per cup, while raspberries have about 4g.
Half a cup of raspberries provides 25% of the recommended daily intake of manganese, vitamin C and iron. Acai berries have similar antioxidant properties to blackberries, blueberries and strawberries. E.Coli bacteria can't latch onto the urinary tract cells of cranberries, making them a well-known remedy for urinary tract infections. They are probiotics and encourage healthy bacteria to live in the gastrointestinal system.