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Spring Superfruit: Strawberry Useful 

Spring Superfruit: Strawberry

Fresh strawberries have no match: the taste is sweet, sweet and refreshing, the smell is in no way comparable, and in addition, this fruit contains nutrients that make it extremely healthy.

The distant relatives of the rose, known as strawberries, have been known and consumed for thousands of years, but only in recent decades have proven by scientific methods how healthy they are.

Beneficial effects of the strawberry

Large amounts include vitamin C, manganese, copper, potassium iodate and folate, and high fiber content contributes to proper digestion, preventing constipation, and reducing the risk of certain cancers.

Although it is a great source of vitamin C, it does not (not only) result in its beneficial effects, but also the many antioxidants, flavonoids, tannins and other phytonutrients in it. These nutrients help the proper functioning of our immune system, but they also have anti-inflammatory properties. Thanks to these characteristics, regular strawberry consumption can protect our cells from damage and significantly reduce the risk of developing severe chronic illnesses.

It is also worthwhile to eat strawberries for mothers because their folate content contributes to healthy fetal development and reduces the risk of some serious developmental disorders.

The heartbreaking strawberry

Although strawberries are not primarily the heart-saving effects, this fruit really contributes to our heart and our erections remain healthy for a long time. The nutrients found in strawberries help preserve the elasticity of blood vessels, reduce microscopic inflammation, prevent the so-called ” plaques (that is to ensure that blood flow remains adequate). According to a 2013 study, women who have eaten three or more servings a week reduced their risk of heart attack by about 32 percent. Approximately 8-10 strawberries are counted per serving, and frozen strawberries attribute the same good effects to fresh fruit.

Low-calorie and almost completely low-fat strawberries can be eaten with a high blood pressure. Fruit also helps regulate blood pressure (including potassium, magnesium and vitamin C in it).

According to recent research, regular strawberry consumption – especially when served as a dessert, for larger meals – has a good effect on our blood sugar levels and also prevents sudden increases in droppings.

So strawberries are on our minds.

Because strawberries contain strong antioxidant and effective anti-inflammatory nutrients, it is also advisable for them to consume them regularly to fight cognitive decline. In animal experiments, it also turned out that strawberries have a particularly good effect on those areas of the brain that are responsible for the memory and the recall of the information.

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