Forest fruits contain vast amounts of vitamin C that helps burn fat, and also have a diuretic effect, helping to release the accumulated water in the body.
Forest fruit abounds with vitamins and minerals and improves immunity. Do not leave your table savory strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, currants.
Forest fruits are a source of antioxidants that protect against heart disease, cancer and vision. Blueberries contain the most antioxidants of other forest fruits. A small cup of strawberries contains a full-time recommended amount of vitamin C. Studies have shown that people who regularly eat a portion of strawberry every day have more vitamin B in the blood, which cleans the arteries.
Blackberries are fruits that have many vitamins in themselves. It is filled with vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, as well as vitamin C. They contain folic acid, as well as vitamins E and K. They are also rich in amino acids and phosphorus, potassium, zinc, iron and magnesium.
Half a cup of blueberries contain nearly two grams of fiber – almost like a piece of bread from whole cereals. Rich in cholesterol-lowering fibers are the pomegranates, raspberries and strawberries.
Black, red and white grapes are a great source of potassium, a mineral that lowers blood pressure.