Field Notes Blog
Berries are bright, flavorful, and sweet superfruits that have a long list of health benefits.
These colorful fruits are high in antioxidants and polyphenols, which help fight chronic disease and cancer. And their health benefits just keep getting sweeter!
A recent study in the journalCirculation suggests that sprinkling just a few more blueberries in your yogurt or blending strawberries into your morning smoothie may help reduce heart attack risk.
These tasty berries are rich in polyphenols, which may help prevent cardiovascular disease and even cancer.
What’s more, they’re rich in vitamin C and contain a bit of iron, calcium, and vitamin A, too.
Bake them in a pie, spread them in a jam on whole-grain toast, or just eat them by the handful!
Eating blueberries may help your memory, and they have high levels of compounds that help widen arteries, which helps blood to flow smoothly.
Rich in antioxidants, blueberriesare also low fat, free of saturated fat, and a good source of fiber and vitamin C. No wonder they’re linked to a lower risk of heart attack!
Strawberries are heart-healthy and packed with vitamin C. They are also an excellent source of folate, which is a nutrient that’s suspected (but not proven) to help protect your heart.
Like blueberries, they contain compounds that help widen the arteries, which may prevent plaque buildup.
These sweet berries are rich in heart healthy fiber; just half a cup delivers 4 grams. You also get 25% of your recommended intake for vitamin C and manganese too!
Raspberries are low in fat and have high levels of polyphenols, which help reduce heart disease risk. Try to sneak these into your diet whenever you can!