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Benefits of blackberries

Now is the turn of the popular and delicious blackberry, a very desirable fruit that contains powerful nutrients that benefit health by providing fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and carbohydrates. In addition to the natural antioxidants that it has, blackberry is a light-calorie fruit being an excellent alternative in a balanced diet or when looking to lose weight.

With a juicy, refreshing and provocative appearance, blackberry contains many benefits that the vast majority of us could ignore, for this reason in this article we want to tell you some of them.

  1. Vitamin C: Blackberries contain a high level of vitamin C and are necessary for the body to produce collagen and certain neurotransmitters. These processes are vital to many bodily functions, including wound healing. Vitamin C also has antioxidant properties and is involved in the functioning of the immune system.
  1. Source of fiber: a 100 gram serving of blackberries contains 14% of the recommended daily dose of fiber. Fiber is a type of carbohydrate that the body cannot break down into smaller sugar molecules, as it does with other carbohydrates. Fiber plays a crucial role in regulating blood sugar levels and sugar consumption. There are two types of fiber in food, soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber dissolves in water and is associated with the reduction of blood sugar levels and helps a person maintain a healthy cholesterol level. Insoluble fiber does not dissolve in water but promotes healthy digestion. Blackberries contain types of soluble and insoluble fibers.
  1. Antioxidants: Blackberries contain high levels of antioxidants, such as anthocyanins. Antioxidants help people fight the adverse impact of free radicals in the body. Free radicals can damage cells and are believed to be closely involved in the aging process in addition to other health conditions, such as cancer and heart disease. The body uses antioxidants to reduce the damage that free radicals can cause.
  1. Vitamin K: Blackberries are an excellent source of vitamin K. This is a necessary nutrient for blood clotting, which is essential for proper wound healing. People have also linked good bone health with vitamin K.
  1. Vitamin A: Blackberries also contain vitamin A, which serves several functions in the body. Vitamin A is compatible with the immune system, which fights infections and diseases. It is also compatible with the growth and maintenance of teeth, bones and healthy skin. Vitamin A is responsible for producing pigments in the retina of the eye and helps maintain eyesight, particularly in low light conditions.

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For these reasons, at Delifood Group, blackberry is one of our star products and you can find it in different presentations such as pulp cushions, boxes or even pallets with several units. Remember, blackberry is sugar-free and 100% natural.

Give your body an energy boost with the benefits of blackberry!