This fruit is a true treasure trove of vitamin C and beta carotene, that is, provitamin A.
Full of vitamins and minerals, raspberry is an ideal food for the hot days. It contains as much as 85 percent water, about ten percent sugar, glucose and fructose, pectin, fiber, organic acid – citric, apple, salicylic and anura, aromatic substances, flavonoids, and alkaloids.
It is a true treasure trove of vitamin C and beta-carotene, that is, provitamin A. It contains vitamins from group B, as well as minerals potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, copper, zinc and even iodine.
It is also priceless for reducing the increased body temperature in colds, flu and other conditions. Its fruits are also used in the treatment of asthma, eczema, as well as in the therapies for improving appetite in children.
Thanks to the regular consumption of raspberries, the blood picture improves, regulates the intestinal work, and reduces pain in the stomach, and vomiting stops. Although it sounds unbelievable, raspberries help with sobriety.
Apart from fresh and dried fruits, the drugs also use the leaves, which are even richer with vitamin C. From the leaves, root and dry raspberries are made teas for inflamed throat, strengthening the heart, treating hemorrhoids, lichen, rashes and other allergic reactions, as well as for the intake of the body.
Ketones are enzymes found in raspberries and dissolve fat cells in the body, and accelerate the process of decomposition of fatty deposits and reduce appetite. The sweet taste of raspberries makes you feel good for a long time.
They affect the hormone adiponectin, i.e. weight loss hormone and lipase enzymes that are responsible for the process of release of fatty acids and the emptying of fat tissues in the process of fat burning. The raspberry ketones naturally burn fat.