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Blueberries: Fruit Health Benefits

  1. Blueberries (Vaccinium myrtillus) are popular fruits that grow in clusters on thickets. Blueberries, which vary in size, have a deep bluish purple color with a thin, translucent skin and small seeds. Blueberries are delicious to eat, but this fruit is also delicious in a bowl of yogurt or oatmeal or a smoothie. The fruits are also available as an extract, juice or capsule. Blueberries also offer some health benefits, such as for the heart and eyes. The health benefits of blueberries are mainly due to anthocyanidins. These are exceptional antioxidants found in red and purple fruits and red and purple vegetables.

Nutrients in Blueberry

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Health benefits of these fruits

  1. Bones Blueberries are good for bone health. They are rich in calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc and vitamin K, all of which help strengthen bones and maintain bone structure. An intake of vitamin K that is too low leads to fractures (fractures) more quickly

Purchasing and storing blueberries

  1. Blueberries should be firm and free of moisture when purchased, because moisture on the blueberries will spoil them more quickly. The blueberries are also best kept in the refrigerator, but people should consume the popular fruit within a few days.



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