Blueberries are rich in…
- Antioxydant vitamines (A, E, C)
- Flavonoid antioxydants (b-carotene, lutéine, zeaxanthin)
- Antioxydant colouring agents (anthocyanines)
- B-complex vitamins
- Potassium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, iron, zinc and copper
- Vegetable fibers Health benefits
- Strong antioxidant action
- Reinforce cardiovascular health
- Reduce the danger for the occurrence of cancer
- Fight urinary system infections
- Reinforce cerebral function
- Improve skin health
Nutrition analysis reveals that one micro portion (28gr.) of dried blueberries without the addition of sugar contains 90 calories, 0.7 gr. of protein, 23.5 gr. of carbohydrates (of which 12.1 gr is sugar), 0 gr. of fat and 0.7 gr. of vegetable fiber.
Correspondingly, an equal portion of dried blueberries with sugar added contains 130 calories, 0.7 gr. of protein, 22.8 gr. of carbohydrates (of which 19.3 gr. is sugar), 0 gr. of fat and 2.1 gr. of vegetable fiber.
How to eat
You can consume blueberries daily, either as a snack between meals with dried nuts or/and seeds, or by adding them in salads, cereal bars, in yogurt and in different homemade pastries.