Raspberries fight free radicals and prevent the development of cancer cells, including lung cancer, colon and esophageal cancer. Thanks to a profusion of phytochemicals they inhibit tumor growths and metastasis.
Blackberries contain half your daily amount of vitamin C, essential for the formation of collagen in bones. High levels of manganese and vitamin K also ensure bone health and prevent from bone thinning, fractures, easy bruising and the development of osteoporosis!
BOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
High levels of vitamin C and manganese make raspberries a great ally to beat the common cold and preserve a healthy immune system.
Antioxidants found in berry fruits help fight free radicals and improve cognitive functions. They improve memory in general and reduce memory decline and motor issues linked to ageing.
Anthocyanosides pigments and a large amount of vitamins found in raspberries enhance the vision and protect from macular degeneration, cataract, and night blindness. Thanks to lutein, blackberries also protect the eyes from ultra-violet radiations.
The high amounts of vitamin C ensure gum health and may prevent scurvy, a disease of swollen bleeding gums caused by a vitamin C deficiency.
High fiber, magnesium, anti-oxidants and many more elements, berry fruits maintain the health of your connective tissues and blood vessels, they also prevent cardiovascular failure and ensure good blood flow in the body.
Rich in fiber and water content, raspberries contribute to relieving digestive problems like bloating, constipation and stomach pain.
Packed with potent antioxidants, blackberries prevent wrinkles, they promote collagen formation strengthening your connective tissues and maintaining your skin toned and tight.
PROTECT YOUR BABY
A tea made from raspberry leaves relieves pregnant women from nausea, averts hemorrhages, calms pains and assist childbirth.
Rich in dietary fiber and manganese, raspberries help slow down the digestive process and make you feel satiated. They boost your metabolism and help fat burning.