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Raspberries: health benefits and nutrients raspberry

  1. The raspberry (Rubus idaeus) is a plant of the rose family and is one of the most common fruits in the garden, next to strawberries, black or red berries. The reasons for this are the very good taste and the fact that it is a very easy plant that grows on almost any soil and requires little care. Raspberries are not only very healthy, but are also a culinary delight. This rose plant has therefore found a permanent place in many gardens. Children love to pick and eat the fruit directly, but raspberries are also very easy to use in a fruit sauce or dish. A special feature and perhaps an alternative is the cross between raspberries and blackberries: the tayberry, with deep red, large and very tasty fruits that resemble giant raspberries.

Things worth knowing about raspberries

  1. Origin

Location and planting of raspberries

  1. Planting the raspberry

Raspberry Nutrients

  1. Raspberries are rich in natural sugar as well as fiber. Due to the high water content, they contain only few calories. The content of vitamins from the B group is relatively high. They strengthen the nerves and have important functions in the metabolism. Also worth mentioning is the high proportion of vitamin C in raspberries. The body needs this, for example, for the formation of connective tissue. In addition, vitamin C is good for your resistance. Of the minerals are phosphorus, calcium, magnesium

Health Benefits

  1. Raspberries not only taste very good, but they also have a positive effect on health, because they contain many valuable nutrients, minerals and trace elements, such as calcium, potassium, iron

Buy and store raspberries

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Raspberry Recipes

  1. Raspberry orange smoothie Ingredients for two people

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