Blueberries!

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This fruit has been shown to contain one of the ‘highest antioxidant capacities amongst fruit, vegetables and spices’. Studies have highlighted that blueberries can promote health through combatting free radicals that can damage cellular structures. Whether you eat them frozen or fresh, they still contain the same amount of vitamins and minerals!

1 cup of blueberries = 84 calories + ALL of the following:

32% Vitamin K (for healthy blood clotting processes and bone health)

25% Manganese (for increased bone and skin health, normal blood sugar levels and protection from free radical damage)

19% Vitamin C (protection from excess free radicals, increased collagen production, enhanced brain nervous and immune system health)

14% Fibre (protection from heart disease and diabetes, as well as healthy digestion)

9% Copper (Required for building strong tissue and bone, maintaining blood volume, cellular energy, antioxidant protection and cholesterol balance)

Studies have shown that blueberries can:

  • Provide whole body antioxidant support
  • Increase cardiovascular health
  • Enhance cognition
  • Maintain blood sugar levels
  • Promote eye health
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Author: Padraic Guilfoyle

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