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Luscious Healthy Benefits of Black Berries that you should know



The blackberry is edible and juicy fruit. Blackberries are extremely juicy considered to be the most extensively available, nutrient-rich fruit in the world. It belongs to the Rosaceae family. The fruit is deep purple in color with smooth, fragile skin. It has a variety of names such as brambleberries, dewberries, and lawers. Blackberries can be easily available in markets and grocery stores all over the country as well as around the world.

Blackberry season is generally from late summer to late autumn though they don’t always bear fruit at the same time. Blackberries are highly popular because of their delicious taste. People enjoy them in various ways. Some eat them fresh while others eat them frozen. Blackberries are used in pies, smoothies, jams, sauces, and jellies.

Nutrition Value of Blackberry

Blackberries are tasty and nutrient solid fruits which store a fine range of nourishing components. Vitamins provided by blackberries include vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin K. The mineral wealth of blackberries includes calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, and zinc. Blackberries are also a good source of amino acids and essential dietary fiber. They do not contain any harmful cholesterol.

Following are the amazing benefits of Blackberries:-

Blackberries have anti-diabetes properties: - The high potassium content of blackberries helps you to reduce insulin. The daily consumption of blackberries with one teaspoon of honey helps you to analyze diabetes. For best results, it is best advised to have this for at least a week. Not only can the fruit, blackberry leaves also be absorbed for their anti-diabetic properties. 

Blackberry is good for Hair: - Blackberries are rich in Vitamin C, which is largely responsible for collagen production and contributes to strong hair. The antioxidant helps you to fight against the harmful and damaging effects of the environment on the hair. The topical application of the fruit juice is known to add instant volume, shine and bounce to the hair. 

Blackberry strengthens blood vessels: - Blackberries help you to strengthen your blood vessels. This, in turn, helps you to get rid of any sort of heart disease at all thereby strengthening your eyesight.  If you add blackberries to your food, you would be able to improve your vessels and make your stay disease-free.

Blackberries have anti-cancer Properties: - Blackberry fruit is adequate for the development of cancer including lung cancer, colon cancer, and esophageal cancer. The micro-nutrients present in blackberries expend a chemo-preventive effect and prevent the proliferation of malignant cells. The different researcher conducted on blackberries have advocated this fact and have associated its anti-cancer activity to the abundance of anthocyanins and other phytochemicals, such as ellagic acid and cyanidin-3-glucoside, which inhibit tumor growth and metastasis.

Blackberry is good for Heart: - The richness of flavones such as anthocyanins in blackberry makes it a heart-friendly fruit. Other useful components such as magnesium and fiber present in blackberries avoid the arteries from getting blocked and arouse a smooth flow of blood. This reduces the risk of various heart diseases such as stroke and atherosclerosis and maintains cardiovascular health. Magnesium, in blackberries, also helps in conducting the blood pressure and avoids cardiac arrhythmia and irregular contraction.

Blackberry improves Sight: - Blackberry is useful for maintaining healthy eyes. Regular consumption of blackberries helps in protecting the eyes from ultra-violet radiations, blaming to the presence of lutein. Lutein forms a protective pigment called macula in the area behind the retina and avoids it from the damage caused by oxidative stress and high wavelength light radiations.  

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About Kajal

Dr.Kajal who is the Senior Physiotherapist at The PhysioStudio. She got specialized in a variety of fields of sports and fitness and conduct and participate in various events as the Physio Partner, including The World T20 Cricket Tournament for the blind 2017. She has a special interest in orthopedics, Sports, and Fitness exercises. This was not just a reason to choose Physiotherapist as her career but one of her childhood events also molded her into a true believer of Physiotherapist.

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