Blueberry is a shrub that can take up to three years before it produces the first berries. Their health-beneficial effects made this berry increasingly well-known, earning its spot in the shopping basket. As a side dish, in salads or ingredient for your favourite dessert, blueberry proves its versatility and multiple choices in the kitchen.
The benefits of blueberries
Blueberry is high in vitamin C, a component with antioxidant properties. Besides, it is a fruit with anti-inflammatory properties, shields the liver from oxidation and the intake is recommended for people with diabetes, as it releases insulin through the pancreatic cells. When eating blueberries you are providing energy to your organism, especially to your brain and nervous system.
|NUTRITIONAL VALUES||Per 100g|
|ENERGETIC VALUE||40 Kcal / 168 kj|
|VITAMIN C||12 mg (16% DV**)|
(**) Daily Value
Source: Centro Tecnológico de la Agroindustria Adesva.