Sunday, September 1, 2013

Some Benefits Of Black Raspberry Fruits

Better Fruits 

Blackberry or black raspberry  are very numerous, especially in the southern part of Northern The North states and the Hawaiian shore, the English Islands, as well as European countries.

Besides the delightful flavor, this fruits also contains a lot of nutritional value that provide a number of health advantages.
In some of the literary works says, this plant draw out loaded with anthrocyanin, flavonoids, and phenolic substances. 

Blackberry also has the capability to process fresh air radicals (ORAC) against perosokil extreme, superoxide, hydroxyl radicals, and singlet fresh air.

1. Empowers the immune system

Blackberry is a food rich in vitamin C (two times more than blueberries). According to Ursula Arens, a senior nutrition experts from the UK, vitamin C has an important function in the body.
“It’s important for our immune system and cardiovascular health and helps to lower blood pressure. Vitamin C also helps increase the absorption of iron from other foods eaten at the same time so as to reduce the risk of anemia,” he said.

2. Digestive fitness

According to Arens, blackberry is one of the fruits that are very high in fiber compared to other fruits. “Fiber is essential for intestinal order to function properly and help maintain a healthy weight, as well as improve health by helping to lower cholesterol,” he said.

3. Alleviate wounds

Blackberry was also rich in tannin which is used to heal wounds. By Sarah Wilson, an expert in nutrition from the Princess Grace Hospital, London, put berries in injured skin will tighten the tissue so that helps constrict blood vessels and reduce bleeding.
4. Helps to scrap cancer cells
Blackberry or a group containing anthocyanin pigments in plants that have antioxidant properties. Some anthocyanins may inhibit the growth of tumor cells. In addition, black raspberries also contain chemical compounds C3G, or commonly known as flavonoids, which proved to be effective against skin cancer and lung cancer.
5. Protect eyes
Blackberries contain lutein, which protects the eyes from macular pigment formation, which is the area most sensitive to light and is located behind the retina. Lutein helps prevent eye damage caused by ultraviolet radiation.

6. Bone formation

Handful of black berries give you almost half the recommended daily intake of manganese. As is known, manganese is the most excellent source of minerals. “Manganese helps the body form connective tissue, it is important to build strong bone structure,” said Wilson.

7. Enhance cell growth

Blackberries contain folate, or commonly known as vitamin B9 or folic acid, which plays an important role in healthy cell division and growth. Pregnant women are advised to consume this fruit to reduce the risk of birth defects.