Blackberries are a delicious little “aggregate fruit” that grow wild on thorny blackberries can be eaten fresh, frozen and canned and are popularly made into jams, juices, desserts and even wine. Rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber, blackberries are highly nutritious and rich in antioxidants. They are also low in calories, carbohydrates, and fat, making them one of the best fruits out there for a balanced diet.
they destroy free radicals in the body that harm cells and lead to cancer. Research has also shown that the ellagic acid in blackberries may have anti-cancer properties.
As are all berries, blackberries are a great source of ellagic acid, an antioxidant shown to protect the skin from damage from ultraviolet light. Studies have also shown that ellagic acid may also repair skin damaged by the sun.
Vitamin C functions as an antioxidant in blackberries and one cup contains half of the daily recommendation of vitamin C. The body uses vitamin C for protection from immune system deficiencies, and may reduce the chances of macular degeneration, a condition in which fine vision deteriorates, resulting in central vision loss and is the leading cause of blindness in people over 50.
Phytoestrogens are naturally occurring plant estrogens found in blackberries that may help relieve the common symptoms of PMS like bloating, food cravings, and even menopausal symptoms including hot flashes.
Thirty percent of the daily recommended amount of fiber is to be found in just one cup of blackberries. The steady movement of fiber through the digestive system allows for a measured breakdown of food into its component parts. This even breakdown of food helps to curtail extremes regarding simple sugar uptake from the digestive tract. An excess of simple sugar uptake all at once can produce an unwanted blood sugar spike. A lack of simple sugar uptake may produce a rapid blood sugar drop. Either extreme can upset blood sugar balance. The quantity of fiber in blackberries helps avoid both extremes.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has undertaken scientific researches on the moringa plant, and has come to the conclusion that it is extremely nutritional and medicinal. The benefits have also been documented in some medical and nutritional journals as well.
Moringa has an impressive range of medicinal uses with high nutritional values and medicinal values.
The most amazing thing about moringa tree is that everypart of the tree including the flowers,bark,roots and seeds are a storehouse of nutrients and antioxidants.
The various health benefits are as follows;
1.moringa flowers contains all essential amino acids needed by the body.amino acids are the building blocks of the body.
2.moringa leaves has several antibacterial properties and can be used as a natural detoxifier.
3.helps in balancing cholestrol levels in the body.
4.plays a great role in lact
ating mothers as it drastically
increases breast milk.
5.balances sugar levels in the body and is effective against diabetes.
6.its a natural energy booster.
7.rich in beta carotine that is a crucial weapon against blindness.
8.moringa seeds are used in making herbal tea containing flavanoids and antioxidants.
9.facilitates quick healing of minor injuries like cuts and burns due to its anti inflamatory properties.
10.constant usage of moringa in the diet improves bodys natural defence mechanism.
kiwi is one of the most delicious fruits around the world. it derives its name from Taiwan meaning strange. the fruit has many other names, in various parts of the world, including; wonder fruit, hairy bush fruit and unusual fruit among many other name.
The fruits is very popular around the world because of its refreshing taste and abundantly nutritious value. Researchers have seen the very many health benefits of kiwi including;
1.maintain sugar levels in the body.
2.reduces cholesterol levels.
3.helps in prevention of asthma.
4.prevents DNA mutation.
5.fights cell damage.
6.helps fight obesity.
7.heals digestive problems.
8.helps clean out toxins from the body.
9.protect muscular degeneration and other eye problems.
10.prevents skin degeneration.
pomegranate fruit also known as Chinese apple has been used for many centuries in eastern and Mediterranean countries but nowadays it grows all over the world.
the ancient people believed the fruits held legendary healing powers for example the Persians believed that Eve ate pomegranate in the garden of Eden instead of an apple.
researchers have found out that pomegranate has many health benefits including;
1.lowers risk of cancer especially prostrate and breast cancer.
2.lowers risk of heart disease.
4.control your weight.
5.fight cell damage.
6.prevents age damage.
9.heals stomach disorders and digestive problems.
10.helps reduce atherosclerosis and osteoarthritis (hardening and thickening of the arteries).